Coleraine Third XI lost out to Bready Fouth XI last weekend.
Ireland captain Katie Mullan (left) hoping to lead her team to glory in Holland this week.
The Jim Bolger-trained Mac Swiney and Poetic Flare, first and second in the Tattersalls Irish 2,000 Guineas at the Curragh, feature in a stellar early entry for Longines Irish Champions Weekend.
The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Alderman Mark Fielding and Mayoress Mrs Phyliss Fielding present a framed certificate to Andrew Hutchinson, President of Coleraine Rugby Football,
Discovery of a suspicious object in Ballycastle
Coleraine keep tie alive with mature performance
Night of high drama at Tullyroan Oval
Harte memoir set for release in the autumn
THE R&A OPENS TICKET BALLOT FOR THE 150TH OPEN
Strong Team Ireland Cycling Road Team confirmed for Tokyo 2020
Ulster captain named 'Personality of the Year'
'We want to give a good account of ourselves' - Kearney
Athletes back on track for the 10,000m Championships
Cushendall Ruari Ogs defeat Ballycastle to win Feis Cup
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