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Open shows how far Northern Ireland has come since Troubles, insists Rory McIlroy

Rory McIlroy has spoken of his pride in the transformation of Northern Ireland as the biggest sporting event ever staged here tees off. → Read More

Tiger Woods is in town for the Open

Tiger Woods' first appearance at Royal Portrush ahead of The Open Championship sparked fitness fears after a sluggish practice performance. → Read More

Watch: Northern Irish Liverpool fan's reaction to Barcelona result goes viral

Whether you were a Liverpool fan or not last night, everyone was on the edge of their seats as they took on Barcelona at Anfield in the Champions League semi-finals. → Read More

Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards: Send us your nominations

The Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards are back for another year, with plenty of our biggest names vying yet again for our top awards after another stellar year for Northern Irish sport. → Read More

Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland stars come together for hospital visit

Ahead of Thursday night's friendly in Dublin, some of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland's stars took time out to visit some patients at Ireland's largest paediatric hospital. → Read More

Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill pays tribute to 'phenomenal' Leicester owner Srivaddhanaprabha

REPUBLIC of Ireland boss, and former Leicester manager, Martin O'Neill has described Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha as an 'incredible gentleman' after the Leicester owner died in a helicopter → Read More

Ulster Grand Prix LIVE blog: Racer hit by fan's selfie stick

A fan at the Ulster Grand Prix has been taken to hospital with a suspected dislocated shoulder after hitting rider Paul Jordan with a selfie stick during one of the races. → Read More

Celebrities enjoy day at Irish Open's pro-am

The stars were out in force on pro-am day at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open with plenty of local faces showing off their skills on the Glashedy Links at Ballyliffin. → Read More

Getting back to basics can boost Rory's Grand Slam dream

Leaving Augusta after a week at The Masters is hard to do. Everything within the confines of the historic golf club is pristine and utterly unique. For a week you can forget about the h → Read More

Belfast Giants gain slender first leg lead over Panthers

Belfast Giants Darcy Murphy with Nottingham Panthers Evan Mosey. Photo by William Cherry/Presseye. Belfast Giants 4 Nottingham Panthers 3 Adam Keefe’s Belfast Giants will take a one-goal lead to the National Ice Centre on Sunday after they won the first leg of their play-off quarter-final with the Nottingham Panthers 4-3 at the SSE Arena. The English side fought back after Belfast began the game… → Read More

Schools Cup rugby: Armagh beat RBAI

Royal School Armagh will face Campbell College in the final of the 2018 Danske Bank Schools’ Cup after they held on at the death against defending champions RBAI to win 26-22 at Kingspa → Read More

Belfast Giants win first game of doubleheader with Cardiff Devils at SSE Arena

Penalty shots were needed to separate the Elite League’s top two sides as the Belfast Giants won the first game of their doubleheader with the Cardiff Devils 4-3 at the SSE Arena. → Read More

Hearn has 'unfinished business' with Tigers Bay Jackal

Eddie Hearn says he has 'unfinished business' with Carl Frampton and that he would love to work with the Jackal again. The Matchroom Boxing head, who was in Belfast promoting Ryan Burne → Read More

Irish Open: Day two LIVE - Tee times, scores and updates as we keep an eye on Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell and more during round two at Portstewart

Welcome to our live blog from some featured groups on day two of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open at Portstewart Golf Club. → Read More

Ulster's trio of Lions fail to make cut for first test against All Blacks

Ulster's trio of Lions have not made the cut for the first Test against the All Blacks this Saturday at Eden Park (kick-off 8:35am). → Read More

Experienced Barry Gray favourite to take over at Cliftonville

Cliftonville look set to name former Warrenpoint Town boss Barry Gray as their new manager and the successor to Gerard Lyttle at Solitude. → Read More

Morton star tried to break Foster's leg, blasts Neil Lennon as Hibs boss red-carded

Hibernian boss Neil Lennon was sent off following a mass injury-time brawl as tempers flared in his side's 0-0 draw with Greenock Morton at Easter Road last night. → Read More

One Direction Star Niall Horan taking NI Open in an exciting new direction

One Direction star Niall Horan will again be a major driving force behind the Northern Ireland Open at Galgorm Castle, which this year will take on a brand new format. → Read More

Northern Ireland still a world away from Russia, but belief high: Davis

In February 2012, a new era of Northern Ireland football was ushered in as a fresh-faced manager with new ideas took the helm at Windsor Park and began preparing for his first match in → Read More

Winning mentality is spurring Northern Ireland on, maintains Chris Brunt

Northern Ireland star Chris Brunt has praised the mentality within the squad after their 2-0 World Cup qualifying win over Norway at Windsor Park on Sunday. → Read More