Sam Laschevoski proudly shows off the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu medals he won at the Junior World Championships. WK32-262KDR
Ian McClure (captain), David McCloy (IBA President), John Millar (IBA Secretary) and Neil Booth (manager) celebrate Ireland’s success at the weekend.
Katie Mullan received the honorary degree of Doctor of Science (DSc) from Ulster University for outstanding services as captain of the Ireland ladies hockey team.
Kyle Vauls (centre), new NABBA champion.
Varun Chopra in action for Coleraine in the win over Ballyspallen.
Local football legend Stevie Small recieves the Coach of the Year award from Niamh Leonard at the annual UU Sports Colours ceremony in Coleraine.
Coleraine swimmer Molly Curry, a double Ulster champion.
The winning Saint Colman’s team
Coleraine Grammar School headmaster Dr Carruthers congratulates Molly Curry on her preselection for the Ireland team which will compete in this summer’s Junior World Rowing Championships in Tokyo.
Causeway Coast Mini Club Weekend
La Liga to meet Premier League in final
Sinn Fein Mayor Sean Bateson
Boris Johnson’s NI Growth Deal could be worth £70m to Causeway Coast and Glens.
Cloonavin, Causeway Coast and Glens Council headquarters.
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