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Healy brings glory days back to Linfield

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Healy brings glory days back to Linfield

The manager has enjoyed a dream first full season in management, writes Jamie Megarry 

Ports down but not out

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Ports down but not out

Despite a humiliating Irish Cup defeat, there are signs of a Portadown resurgence 

Mouth-watering Irish Cup weekend awaits

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Mouth-watering Irish Cup weekend awaits

The quarter-finals are fantastic for neutrals, none more so than the clash at Seaview 

Homeward Bound

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Homeward Bound

Joe Gormley heads home to Cliftonville, but Irish League player exposure set to grow 

Star arrivals boost local football standing

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Star arrivals boost local football standing

'Big name' arrivals in the Irish League bodes well for the game, writes Gavin Keenan 

Should neutrals worry about Crusaders dominance?

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Should neutrals worry about Crusaders dominance?

Heading for a third straight league title, is it time to be concerned about Crusaders dominance? 

Will CAS title be the first of many for Blues?

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Will CAS title be the first of many for Blues?

Linfield have ended their trophy drought, but is CAS success a one-off? Mark McGuiggan examines. 

Best of social media as NI qualify for last 16

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Best of social media as NI qualify for last 16

Players and fans overjoyed, with plenty of support from Germany too! 

McGovern heroics ensure N Ireland dream continues

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McGovern heroics ensure N Ireland dream continues

The Enniskillen-native produced a sensational solo display to keep Northern Ireland in tournament 

What results do Northern Ireland need to qualify?

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What results do Northern Ireland need to qualify?

If Northern Ireland finish third, what scenarios do they need to progress? Jamie Megarry summarises. 

O'Neill & NI show they belong on the biggest stage

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O'Neill & NI show they belong on the biggest stage

Changes to personnel and the shape pay off as Northern Ireland star at the Euros 

WIN: 3 tickets to see Northern Ireland v Germany

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WIN: 3 tickets to see Northern Ireland v Germany

Your chance to watch Northern Ireland's final Euro 2016 group clash against Germany in Paris 

Tributes pour in for NI fan Darren Rodgers

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Tributes pour in for NI fan Darren Rodgers

The 24-year-old was reportedly on his own when he fell from a promenade in Nice 

Pictures: NI fans party in Nice and at home!

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Pictures: NI fans party in Nice and at home!

Northern Ireland fans are savouring the day...check out some of the best images and party atmosphere 

Kids of Ugandan orphanage cheer Northern Ireland!

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Kids of Ugandan orphanage cheer Northern Ireland!

A special Ugandan charity has been caught up in Euro 2016 euphoria...and shown their support for NI! 

Funny: Can we all dare to dream?

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Funny: Can we all dare to dream?

Travel Agent to NI Squad ... 

Two shades of Green: The Irish footballing divide

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Two shades of Green: The Irish footballing divide

Sathesh Alagappan chronicles the unique history between the two Irish national sides 

WATCH: Freddy Jardine - a Cliftonville legend

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WATCH: Freddy Jardine - a Cliftonville legend

A Dan Mills' documentary on the legendary Reds physio 

'Focused' Gaynor loving life at Windsor Park

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'Focused' Gaynor loving life at Windsor Park

Excelling since his January move from Cork, Ross Gaynor has been an instant hit at Linfield 

Sean Ward - excelling in resurgent Linfield

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Sean Ward - excelling in resurgent Linfield

The former Glentoran player has been one of the Blues star performers this campaign 

David Jeffrey: Good for Ballymena & for the league

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David Jeffrey: Good for Ballymena & for the league

Return of larger-than-life figure to local game is a massive boost 

Irish Cup Quarter Finals preview

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Irish Cup Quarter Finals preview

Simon McIntyre looks ahead to a big day in the Irish Cup, as clubs begin to sniff the final 

New Feature: Rating the Refs

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New Feature: Rating the Refs

Simon McIntyre gives the final verdict on the official's performances 

Ferguson; A victim of his own success?

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Ferguson; A victim of his own success?

Glenn Ferguson was relieved of his position as Ballymena United manager