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FOOTBALL: Northern Ireland's World Cup dreams are over

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Northern Ireland v Switzerland

NI v Switzerland: Controversial penalty award gives Swiss the advantage

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Northern Ireland fans celebrate

FOOTBALL: Northern Ireland have qualified for the World Cup play-offs

Northern Ireland have secured qualification for the play-offs for next summer's World Cup in Russia.
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Northern Ireland will be hoping to make it to the World Cup finals in Russia next year. (Photo: Presseye)

Football quiz: Northern Ireland v Germany

There's plenty of history between the Northern Ireland national football team and its German counterpart.

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Dromara girl Caragh Milligan has signed for Icelandic side Fylkir.

Caragh enjoying new challenge in Iceland

Dromara-born Northern Ireland ladies midfielder Caragh Milligan says football has been “a game changer” for her after she signed to play for Icelandic side Fylkir.

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Gareth McAuley

FOOTBALL: Gareth McAuley returns to Northern Ireland squad for World Cup qualifiers

West Brom's Gareth McAuley is back in Northern Ireland's squad for the World Cup qualifiers with Germany and Norway next month.

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Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill

O'Neill names NI squad for San Marino and Czech Republic double-header

Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill has named his panel for the forthcoming World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and the Czech Republic.
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Celtic player, Leigh Griffiths.

WATCH: Celtic player Leigh Griffiths tells Rangers fan 'Your club's deed mate, beat it'

Glasgow Celtic striker, Leigh Griffiths responded to a Glasgow Rangers fan heckling him by saying "your club's deed mate, beat it".
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Osasco's Bastian Riquuelme in action against Right to Dream's Ibrahim Sadiq.

SuperCup NI: Newcastle United into Premier Cup semi-finals

NEWCASTLE United fought back from a disappointing opening night defeat to County Antrim, to claim a place in today's Premier section semi-final.

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SUPERCUPNI: Defeat for County Down Juniors

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SUPERCUPNI: Burkart goal gives Manchester United win over Northern Ireland

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SUPERCUPNI: Excellent Northern Ireland see off Wales

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Pictured at the launch from left to right, Jackie Fullerton, Guest of Honour Keith Gillespie, Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, Councillor Paul Reid, Victor Leonard, SuperCup NI and Stephen Watson.

Gillespie backs returning Man United to be a SuperCupNI hit

DOUBLE winner Keith Gillespie reckons his former club, Manchester United will continue to be a force at the SuperCupNI which kicks-off on July 22nd next.

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West Brom Albion's James McClean will launch this year's Hughes Insurance Foyle Cup.

FOOTBALL: Derry City legend to launch Foyle Cup

West Bromwich Albion and Republic of Ireland International James McClean, will be Guest Of Honour at this year’s launch of the International Hughes Insurance Foyle Cup, at the Waterfoot Hotel, this Monday evening.

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Glentoran players help  fix the net during October's Irish Cup tie against rivals Linfield. Photo: Press Eye

20 of the best #IrishLeagueBehaviour tweets from last season

We love the Irish League. We do. And through the highs and lows of following the local game, there are magic moments which bring big smiles to our faces.
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Tickets will go on general sale for Northern Irelands fixture with Germany on October 5 priced from �45 to �60

Tickets for World Cup qualifier against Germany dearest yet for NI fans

Fans can expect to pay up to £60 when tickets go on general sale for Northern Ireland’s World Cup qualifier against holders Germany.

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Banbridge Town Reserves captain Sean Montgomery (left) and vice-captain Brian Johnston (right) lift the NIFL Championship Development League South trophy at Crystal Park. Pic: David Hunter/NI Football League

FOOTBALL: The future’s bright for Banbridge Town’s Class of ’17

Second teams are judged on far more than their own success, but Banbridge Town Reserves’ league title bodes well for the future.

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Neil Clydesdale curled home a trademark free-kick for a goal that turned out to be Towns winner. INBL1630-214PB

FOOTBALL: Ten man Town hold on to hit fourth

Banbridge Town’s defence passed an examined in their last pre-split fixture on Saturday as they edged out bottom of the table Sport and Leisure Swifts 2-1 at Crystal Park.

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Mon of the Match Steve Davis wraps his arms around Jamie Ward, who struck on two minutes to make it 1-0. 
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OPINION: With our Captain Fantastic, anything is possible for Northern Ireland

As Portugal showed in France last summer, it doesn’t take a great deal of quality to succeed in international football.

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