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News and Sport Stories of the Day

Friday October 22nd, 2004


Irish News

Rugby - Ulster aim to Card opening home win

Ulster kick-off their European Cup campaign against Cardiff tonight and rarely has a home game at Ravenhill carried so much importance.

International Rules - Cavanagh: we will be going all out to win

Tyrone star Sean Cavanagh insists that Ireland will be going all-out for victory in Sunday’s International Rules second test against the Australians.

Basketball - Killester the pick with Star grounded

Top of the bill in the men’s Superleague Northern Conference this week must surely be the clash of Dublin sides Killester and UCD-Marian as Star of the Sea have been given a weekend off.


Athletics - Top turnout for anniversary marathon

The 25th anniversary of the Dublin Marathon is set to be biggest in years.

Sport Briefs

Ireland coach Eddie O’Sullivan was yesterday named as one of five Irish representatives on Clive Woodward’s 26-strong Lions management panel.

Soccer Shorts

Celtic midfielder Didier Agathe believes the return Champions League tie against Shakhtar Donetsk represents a triple challenge for the Hoops.

News letter

Football - Ferguson waits for specialist

Linfield's ace predator Glenn "Spike" Ferguson may not require surgery, following severe groin damage sustained during this week's CIS League Cup semi-final marathon against Cliftonville at the Oval.


Bowls - Mark out to peak in world qualifier

Mark McPeak will have an added incentive when he features in the World Bowls Tour Singles qualifier at the Baker Stadium on Sunday.


Motorcycling - McKee defends supermoto title

Davy McKee begins the defence of his P & O Irish Sea Supermoto title tomorrow at Nutts Corner where road racer Ryan Farquhar is due to weigh in with a new Yamaha.


Ice Hockey - Tough weekend ahead for Giants

The Belfast Giants begin a run of three games in four days with a home date against the Edinburgh Capitals at the Odyssey Arena tomorrow evening.



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