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Dungannon celebrate

Dungannon Swifts make history after beating Ballymena United in League Cup final

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LEAGUE CUP FINAL: We were beaten by the better team says Ervin

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Ryan Mayse is mobbed by his Dungannon Swifts teammates after scoring his and his team's second against Ballymena United. Stephen Hamilton/Presseye

LEAGUE CUP FINAL: Mayse the man as Dungannon Swifts win first senior trophy

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Ulster v Edinburgh: Hooker John Andrew expecting sterner test

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NW200: Alastair Seeley and Tyco BMW renew ties for Triangle showpiece

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RUGBY: Nutty Krust Cup draw made for exciting youth competition

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WATCH: The draw is made for this year's Nutty Krust Under-18 Cup

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Michael Dunlop won both Supersport races at the Isle of Man TT in 2013 after linking up with PTR to ride a Honda.

PTR announce Supersport link with Michael Dunlop for 2018

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United celebrate

LEAGUE CUP SEMI-FINAL: Ballymena United see off Cliftonville to reach final

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NW200: Alastair Seeley and Tyco BMW renew ties for Triangle showpiece

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Michael Dunlop won both Supersport races at the Isle of Man TT in 2013 after linking up with PTR to ride a Honda.

PTR announce Supersport link with Michael Dunlop for 2018

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Gary Dunlop won his maiden road race last year at Killalane.

Gary Dunlop decides to sit out 2018 season

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Jonathan Rea became the first rider ever to win the World Superbike Championship in three successive seasons in 2017.

Jonathan Rea relishing prospect of racing in Northern Ireland World Superbike round

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Ulster v Edinburgh: Hooker John Andrew expecting sterner test

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RUGBY: Nutty Krust Cup draw made for exciting youth competition

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WATCH: The draw is made for this year's Nutty Krust Under-18 Cup

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2017 NI Open champion Robin Sciot-Siegrist from France with the trophy alongside Modest! Golf directors Mark McDonnell and Niall Horan

GOLF: Strokeplay format returns for Northern Ireland Open at Galgorm in 2018

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Members of the 147 club in Antrim celebrate: from left to right, John Robinson, Ryan McQuillan, Rab Fee, Masters champion Mark Allen, Declan Lavery, Alastair Wilson, Aaron Allen and Johnny Robinson.

After Masters victory Mark Allen returns to NI to help struggling snooker club

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