• Mournes victim was police chief in Downpatrick

    16 January 2019
    ONE of the two men who died within an hour of each other on a day of double tragedy in the Mournes at the weekend was a former senior police commander in Downpatrick.


  • Outrage over Killough pitch

    A LOCAL football club is at loggerheads with Newry, Mourne and Down Council over the condition of their pitch.
  • Killyleagh survive extra time in Clarence Cup

    KILLYLEAGH needed extra time to progress to the third round of the Clarence Cup at The Showgrounds on Saturday.
  • Mournemen run riot in win over Queen’s

    DOWN finished their McKenna Cup campaign on a high when they beat Queen’s University Belfast by 22 points at Pairc Esler last Wednesday night.
  • Young Down side lift McGirk Cup

    DOWN’S hurlers lifted the McGurk Cup at The Dub in Belfast on Saturday night after an entertaining and close showdown that went to the wire.
  • Irish title for young Jaxon

    WINTER  blues were banished at Spa Golf Club last week when eight year-old Jaxon Wardlow — with a little help from his dad — brought a major title and  gold medals back  home.
  • Down High in majestic form as Carrick fall

    IN their first outing in this year’s Danske Bank Schools’ Cup, Down High successfully managed the conditions and their opponents on a blustery morning at Carrickfergus Grammar to move into the third round and a trip to Omagh Academy.