• Remembrance under threat

    20 October 2021
    ROYAL British Legion officials in Downpatrick have warned that next month’s Remembrance Sunday  parade could be the last to take place in the town.


  • Downpatrick seal Intermediate title

    DOWNPATRICK RGU ladies were crowned Senior A Intermediate champions after defeating a resilient Kilcoo side at St Malachy’s Park in Castlewellan last Saturday.
  • Aidy and Connaire NI call-up

    THE cross-country season is in full swing marking the impending arrival of winter, as the days of October get slowly darker towards the dreadful changing of the hour at Halloween.
  • Tollymore Utd in centenary game

    TOLLYMORE United Football Club is hosting a unique football match as part of its ‘Stormont and Soccer Splits’ project this Friday.
  • Baize legend Higgins calls

    AN Ardglass businessman received an unexpected and welcome phone-call that resulted in him rubbing shoulders with one of the biggest names in snooker.
  • Unlucky Hinch sunk by Dubs

    BALLYNAHINCH travelled to the historic surroundings of College Park, having reshuffled their team in the wake of injuries and concussions suffered in the bruising battle with Clontarf the previous weekend.
  • Bethany recognition

    SEAFORDE swimming sensation Bethany Firth has been recognised at Stormont for her world class achievements at this year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo.