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,
Irish National Hunt Champions 2020/2021 (L to R): Paul Townend, Champion Jockey; Simon Torrens, Champion Conditional Jockey; Willie Mullins, Champion Trainer; Jody Townend, Champion Lady Amateur Rider
Local jockey Jody McGarvey looking to build on a good couple of weeks.
Covid-19 - Mon 14th June Figures
Eur onto a winner with our tournament fixtures guide
Decision weekend in the Allianz Football League
Ireland denied Euros semi final spot on goals scored
Tom McKibben named new Touring Professional for Galgorm
Ulster captain named 'Personality of the Year'
Bumper entry for Armoy Races
'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
Home Bargains Limavady opened in May this year, has since laid off a number of staff.
Hannah Scott (left) and her team-mates celebrating their silver medals at the European Championships earlier this year.
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