DANSKE BANK PREMIERSHIP: Coleraine buzzing at thought of big finish

Coleraine boss Oran Kearney says his players are enjoying themselves too much to feel any nerves as we head towards the season finale.

Coleraine manager Oran Kearney.  Photo by David Maginnis/Pacemaker Press

DANSKE BANK PREMIERSHIP: Coleraine show their mettle again much to Kearney’s delight

Coleraine manager praised his side for their efforts following their 3-1 win at Ards on Saturday.

Coleraine celebrate Jamie McGonigle's second goal from the spot against Ards.

IRISH LEAGUE: McGonigle brace helps Coleraine to three points

Ards 1 Coleraine 3

Players pictured with Harry Gregg.

FOOTBALL: Harry Gregg Foundation SSGC Charity Day

This Saturday morning at the Ulster University’s Coleraine campus the Harry Gregg Foundation’s Small Side Games Centre (SSGC) hosts its annual Charity Day.

Coleraine ggroundsman Tommy Docherty worked hard on Friday to clear the pitch with the help of Ian McClelland.

IRISH CUP: Coleraine and Glentoran game is off

Coleraine's Irish Cup quarter final with Glentoran at The Showgrounds has been called off.

Sam McAllister, who represent Ireland at the World Junior Figure Skating Championships.

FIGURE SKATING: McAllister bringing Ireland back to Junior Worlds

Sam McAllister will next week become the first skater to represent Ireland at the World Junior Figure Skating Championships since 2010.

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Mark Clattenburg chats with Coleraine FC Chairman Colin McKendry before the game at Coleraine Showgrounds. Picture by Dessie Loughery/Pacemaker Press

Mark Clattenburg delighted with Danske Bank Premiership experience

The climate may have been very different from what they are used to, but Mark Clattenburg said the Saudi Arabian officials enjoyed taking charge of Coleraine’s game against Warrenpoint Town on Saturday.

Josh Carson celebrates his goal.

Coleraine keep pressure on Crusaders with win

Coleraine 1 Warrenpoint Town 0

Disappointment for  Cross & Passion Ballycastle in the ONeills All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Junior A Camogie Championship.

Waterford end Cross & Passion College's double dream

There will be a new name on the trophy for the O’Neills All-Ireland Post Primary Schools’ Junior A Camogie Championship after St Mary’s New Ross came through their Semi-Final with St Brigid’s Loughrea on a scoreline of 2-9 to 1-5 and St Angela’s Ursuline Convent became the first ever Waterford school to reach an A grade final by taking out last year’s beaten finalists Cross & Passion Ballycastle at the Waterford IT grounds on Saturday.

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Adam Parke goes over to score for Coleraine against Carrickfergus. Photo credit - Graham Service: The Front Row Union

Narrow defeat for Coleraine at home to Carrick

Coleraine Rugby Club lost by two points against Carrick on Saturday after a bruising encounter.

Paul McLean of BetMcLean with Coleraine defender Gareth McConaghie

IRISH LEAGUE: McConaghie named Player of the Month

Coleraine defender Gareth McConaghie has won the BetMcLean Player of the Month award for January.

Eoin Bradley fires in an overhead kick against Glenavon at the Coleraine showgrounds. Photo Stephen Davison/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: Coleraine and Glenavon play out thrilling draw

Coleraine 1 Glenavon 1

Coleraine boss Oran Kearney was delighted to be handed a home draw in the Irish Cup quarter finals.

IRISH CUP: Coleraine relishing home quarter-final tie against Glentoran

There is certainly no place like home for Coleraine.

Jamie McGonigle scored a brace in Coleraine's 4-0 win over Institute in the Irish Cup.

IRISH CUP: Coleraine ease into quarter finals

Coleraine 4 Institute 0


IRISH LEAGUE: Burns targets honours as he signs for Coleraine

Aaron Burns has his sights set on silverware after joining Coleraine from Linfield.

Eoin Bradley and Howard Beverland battle for possession. David Maginnis/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: Six-goal thriller at The Showgrounds

Coleraine 3 Crusaders 3
Eoin Bradley celebrates his winner with Ian Parkhill.

IRISH LEAGUE: Bradley's late strike earns Coleraine the spoils

Dungannon Swifts 0 Coleraine 1
Glebe Rangers manager Jason Wilmont leads his players over to the away fans after Saturday's Irish Cup game at Windsor Park.'Photo Charles McQuillan/Pacemaker Press

Glebe Rangers boss full of praise for his squad

Glebe Rangers boss Jason Wilmont was full of pride following the performance of his players in Saturday’s Irish Cup tie against Linfield.

Coleraine Ladies First XI picked up another win at the weekend.

HOCKEY: Hard-fought win for Firsts

Coleraine ladies Firsts were back in action on Saturday when they hosted Holywood.

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