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News and Sport Stories of the Day

Wednesday December 08th, 2004


Irish News

Football - Italian job cuts short Celts' European dream

Celtic made a brave but ultimately unsuccessful bid to claim a UEFA Cup place when they were held to a 0-0 draw by AC Milan last night.

Rugby - Lions coach Woodward excited by a joy of six

Clive Woodward last night predicted an “awesome” RBS Six Nations Championship this season when the best of British effectively go on trial for Lions tour places.

Football - Trainor aiming to put Mayola Park on the map

Managerial duo Paul Trainor and Laurence Stitt have hooked up at Moyola Park this year as they bid to resurrect the county Derry club’s fortunes.

Gaelic Games - Ulster Counties primed for the draw
The senior hurlers of Down and Derry will today take a step closer to learning their new Championship challenge for 2005.


News letter

Football - Jeffrey swings the axe

Linfield manager David Jeffrey last night pruned his squad by releasing midfield pair Paul McAreavey and Stephen Shaw.

Motorcycling- Neill gets xmas present
Santa Claus has come early to Marshall Neill who will ride for an English- based Kawasaki team next season in the British Superstock Championship.


Rugby - Wallace skips French

Paddy Wallace is expected to make a return to playing this weekend, although it may not be for Ulster in their Heineken Cup pool six return match against Stade Francais at Ravenhill.


Football - Colin's in good nick

Glentoran defender Colin Nixon was yesterday named the Harp Player of the Month, nominated by the Northern Ireland Football Writers' Association.



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