Ballymoney United Football Club has chosen the prestigious Gracehill Golf Club for a Football Golf Classic on Friday 21st June.
Pegasus AC athletes and coaches recently received a kind donation from Edwin May Volkswagen (Coleraine) in the form of kit bags.
PORTRUSH man Graeme McDowell feels he is in the form of his life ahead of this week’s US Open at Merrion.
The re-scheduled AES Larne Half Marathon took place on Saturday, and conditions could not have been more different to those that led to the postponement of the original event in March.
DARREN Clarke has tipped fellow Portrush man Graeme McDowell to launch a serious challenge for the US Open at Merrion this week.
Having good balance will help you perform in many sports, with most great athletes having this in abundance.
Coleraine Inst pupil Peter Wisener came second in the Irish finals of the shot at Tullamore on Saturday.
COLERAINE Football Club’s Ladies Supporters’ Club have shown they are on the ball when it comes to backing their beloved Bannsiders.
Michael McCormick, a twenty handicapper no more, scored a sound 39 points on Saturday to get his hands and name on Portstewart’s Queen Elizabeth Cup.
Last Saturday saw one of the biggest Inter-County Tennis Competitions in Northern Ireland take place at Bangor Lawn Tennis Club.
THE sun was shining as Aghadowey hosted more exciting stockcar action on Friday 24 May.
The world’s largest golf travel company has teamed up with Tourism Ireland to offer an amazing trip to Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland to play alongside Clarke on its famous Dunluce Course.
‘WEE’ Johnnie O’Neill, mechanic to the Armoy Armada and many others, has been fittingly remembered with the presentation of a memorial trophy to the Armoy Motorcycle Road Racing Club by Joey’s Bar Motorcycle Club.
A golf day and quiz in memory of a Portadown soldier killed in Afghanistan has raised almost £7,000 for a school project in Nepal.
TWO local golfers have received a limited-edition BOSS watch after scoring hole-in-ones during a recent competitions at their club.
Bann Wheelers hosted their annual road race on the renowned Stroan Road circuit on 21 May.
Ten handicap Dr Keith Bailie won John McElderry’s President’s Prize on Saturday at Royal Portrush GC with his score of 39 points.
Members of the Brown Trout were glad to get back into competitive golf after the closure of the course over the past two weekends.
David Cartmill, even with two blanks on the card, took the Lifeboat Shield at Bushfoot GC with a tally of 42 points.
It did take a tie break but Emma Cameron now has her name on the Girona Cup.
Scott McLelland birdied the first and the last on the Mussenden Course at Castlerock GC to win the Club Stableford recently.
After a seventeen point outward nine score Harry Moon hit a two at eleven for birdie and dropped just two shot from there in scoring another 20, taking his total to 37.
No matter how good we’ve practiced or prepared ourselves for our next day game of golf, if we get very little or poor quality of sleep the night before, it’s extremely difficult to have a clear mind or good focus of concentration.
Garry McGrotty hit a superb 38 points in awful conditions last Thursday to win the PGA Tankards event by five clear points.
PORTRUSH eased into the third round of the Senior Cup with a convincing win at City of Derry.
Ballymoney recorded an excellent 42-shot away win at Kenilworth in the Senior Cup.
Eight handicapper Jack Allen rattled off a strong 36 points in very poor conditions to win Castlerock’s Jubilee Trophy.
THE Sperrin Club in Coleraine will play host to a very special ‘Scotch Doubles’ Pool tournament on Sunday 2 June.
Stephen Dunlop returned a net 64 on Sunday at Rathmore GC to take the honours in the Sandy Irwin Cup.
Portstewart Golf Club’s representative pair for the GUI Ulster Branch Centenary Competition will be Chris Lundy and Paul Garrett.
Graeme McDowell overcame Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee 2&1 in the final of the Volvo World Match Play Championship to become the first Irishman to put his name on the trophy alongside some the golf’s most legendary names.
On Wednesday evening, Springwell Running Club held their inaugural ‘Purple Ladies 5K’ in Ballymoney.
A large number of competitors took part in the Coleraine & District annual juvenile badminton tournament, sponsored by Brian Scott Engineering, at CAI sports hall last weekend.
Congratulations to Coleraine High School pupils Jessica Moore and Alex Halliday.
Michael Hutchinson recently joined up with sportive event organiser, Beverley Pierson from Outdoor Recreation NI, Councillor Sandra Hunter (Chairperson of Moyle District Council) and Neil McGuigan from Chain Reaction Cycles Flagship Store in Belfast to announce the date for this year’s Giant’s Causeway Coast Sportive.
THE Provincials will have three new faces on show for the 2013 IBA Inter-association Championship in Dublin, later this month.
Bann Wheelers hosted their annual road race on Tuesday 7 May on the well known Three Oaks circuit.
The Coleraine Anglers’ Association held it’s May competition at Dunalis Reservoir recently and was attended by 23 members.
Mervyn Whyte has called on the Government to stop dragging its feet and reward the contribution made by the North West 200 to the Northern Ireland economy and tourism industry.
Squad Members from the Zanshin Shotokan Karate Club, along with Chief Instructor Sensei Terry Geddis, 5th Dan (KUGB), recently travelled to Birmingham’s National Indoor Arena at the beginning of May for the KUGB National Championships.
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Wednesday 19 June 2013
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