IT may have been 10 years ago but for Marty Quinn the Irish Cup triumph is as vivid in his mind as it was in 2003.
COLERAINE FC Academy 2004 side are on the look out for new players to come and join their squad for next season’s North West & Coleraine District League.
A STATUE to Manchester United legend Harry Gregg is a step closer after Coleraine Borough Council agreed to set up a working group to look at the feasibility of providing recognition to the 81-year-old.
Stevie Lowry met with Linfield last night (Monday) after the club reluctantly agreed a fee with the Blues last week.
COLERAINE Under-8s took on Dungiven Celtic in the NWCDYL finals at The Showgrounds on Saturday.
DERRY City were Coleraine Ladies first opponents as they kicked off their new season last Thursday night.
COLERAINE FC’s Lottery got off to a grand start on Saturday.
STEPHEN Lowry looks to be heading out of The Showgrounds after Coleraine last night ‘reluctantly’ accepted a bid for him from Linfield.
Glebe Rangers Old Boys capped off an excellent season with victory in the final of the Hutchinson Tiles Knockout Cup against Balnamore on Saturday, who lost out in a final for the second week in a row.
REPRESENTATIVES from Coleraine Football Club made a heartfelt plea to Coleraine Borough Council last Tuesday night in their fight to have a 3G pitch installed at Coleraine Showgrounds.
Coleraine FC senior club management, coaches and players pictured above with the CFC Academy coaches who will be taking six Academy teams to the Foyle Cup in July.
BBC Sport NI broadcaster Grant Cameron recalls how the backing of the Manchester United manager kept the fledgling NI Milk Cup tournament going strong through some turbulent times back in the Eighties.
The Coleraine cousin of the new Manchester United manager has spoken of the family’s pride at David Moyes’ achievements.
The sun nearly shone this year on a large turnout of supporters and clubs as Coleraine FC Academy hosted the 21st annual Andrew Eakin 5 aside tournament at the Coleraine Showgrounds.
WEST Bann Athletic are celebrating after claiming their first ever silverware following their 1-0 win over Balnamore in the Coleraine Social Club Shield last Friday night.
A CHARITY football match in aid of Action Cancer will be played at Portstewart FC this Friday night, May 10th, kick-off 7.30pm.
WAYNE Drummond is determined to grab his opportunity at Coleraine with both hands.
LIVERPOOL boss Brendan Rodgers says playing in the Milk Cup is a fantastic experience for any young footballer.
Mayor of Coleraine, Councillor Sam Cole officially opened Council’s Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) Cage Sport facility, aimed at attracting young people to safely enjoy sport.
REPRESENTATIVES of Coleraine Football Club will make a presentation to Council tonight (Tuesday) as they bid to push their application for a new 3G pitch at The Showgrounds over the line.
A COLERAINE school boy has put pen to paper on a two-year contract with Championship side Sheffield Wednesday.
A host of footballing greats will take to the Portstewart FC pitch this Sunday in a bid to raise money and awareness of Prostate Cancer.
Glebe Rangers Old Boys are the 2012-2013 HTWL champions after their win midweek over the Villagers gained them their second title in three years.
ORAN Kearney has started his plans for next season early with the capture of goalkeeper Wayne Drummond.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes the Milk Cup international youth tournament needs to have better financial support from government backed agencies.
RYAN McIlmoyle capped off an impressive season as he made it a clean sweep of end of season honours on Saturday night.
THE season my just be about to come to a close but Oran Kearney already has one eye on the next one.
Only four fixtures were up for contest of Saturday past in the Hutchinson Tiles Winter League.
Mexico and Brentford are returning to defend their Milk Cup titles this summer.
IT was another frustrating day for Coleraine on Saturday as they faced off against the newly crowned league champions.
IT may have been a long time in coming but St Colum’s Primary School are determined to make the most of their Doherty Cup final appearance this Friday night.
YOU have to go back some 35 years for the DH Christie Memorial’s last success in the Doherty Cup.
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Weather for Coleraine
Saturday 25 May 2013
Temperature: 9 C to 14 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: South west
Temperature: 9 C to 15 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: South west