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  • Chelsea are on the rise again after Oscar's treble - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    net The visitors were ahead again 11 minutes later Oscar sliding the ball across the diving Martin The Brazilian clinched his hat trick with a rasping drive a minute before half time Diego Costa made way for Bertrand Traoré immediately after Hazard got their fourth in the 55th minute Traoré needed only six minutes to make his mark smashing in right footed Hiddink said We have to take into consideration the team we played came from a lower league but we can be happy Hazard is coming back after a long absence He needs the rhythm of the game which is important The players have responded well I have said we cannot depend only on of Diego Costa we ask others to contribute Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More West Brom edge it as Gareth McAuley suffers injury blow in FA Cup tie By Nick Mashiter West Brom survived a major scare to edge past Peterborough on penalties to reach the FA Cup fifth round but Northern Ireland defender Gareth McAuley limped off after just 19 minutes FA Cup Peterborough boss Westley is busy plotting West Bromwich Albion s downfall By Matt McGeehan Graham Westley hopes Peterborough gain their just rewards for their attacking endeavours in tonight s FA Cup fourth round replay with West Brom West Ham 2 1 Liverpool Ogbonna late strike dumps Reds out of FA Cup A goal from Angelo Obinze Ogbonna in the final minute of extra time sealed West Ham United s progression to the fifth round of the FA Cup following a dramatic 2 1 victory over Liverpool FA Cup West Ham v Liverpool Jurgen Klopp optimistic over Daniel Sturridge By Jack Pitt Brooke Daniel Sturridge will return to action at Upton Park tonight trying to prove to Liverpool once again that he is fit enough to be relied upon Most Read Most Shared Most Commented England boss Roy Hodgson defends Wayne Rooney s dive FA and League Cups FA Cup Manchester City v Manchester United player ratings FA and League Cups Liverpool 1 1 Chelsea Raheem Sterling scores equaliser from a rampaging FA and League Cups West Ham

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  • Shrews boss warns his players to stay focused after plum Manchester United draw - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    home to West Brom they will be away to Reading The winner of the other replay between West Ham and Liverpool faces a trip to Blackburn and Ewood Park for the only tie drawn to take place in the north of England FA Cup fifth round draw Chelsea v Manchester City Reading v West Brom P boro Watford v Leeds Shrewsbury v Man United Blackburn v Liverpool W Ham Tottenham v Crystal Palace Arsenal v Hull Bournemouth v Everton Ties take place 20 21 February Fourth round replays Peterborough v West Brom West Ham v Liverpool both provisionally Tues 9 Feb Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More West Brom edge it as Gareth McAuley suffers injury blow in FA Cup tie By Nick Mashiter West Brom survived a major scare to edge past Peterborough on penalties to reach the FA Cup fifth round but Northern Ireland defender Gareth McAuley limped off after just 19 minutes FA Cup Peterborough boss Westley is busy plotting West Bromwich Albion s downfall By Matt McGeehan Graham Westley hopes Peterborough gain their just rewards for their attacking endeavours in tonight s FA Cup fourth round replay with West Brom West Ham 2 1 Liverpool Ogbonna late strike dumps Reds out of FA Cup A goal from Angelo Obinze Ogbonna in the final minute of extra time sealed West Ham United s progression to the fifth round of the FA Cup following a dramatic 2 1 victory over Liverpool FA Cup West Ham v Liverpool Jurgen Klopp optimistic over Daniel Sturridge By Jack Pitt Brooke Daniel Sturridge will return to action at Upton Park tonight trying to prove to Liverpool once again that he is fit enough to be relied upon Most Read Most Shared Most Commented England boss Roy Hodgson defends Wayne Rooney s dive FA and League Cups FA Cup Manchester City v Manchester United player ratings FA and League Cups Liverpool 1 1 Chelsea Raheem Sterling scores equaliser from a rampaging FA and League Cups West Ham 2 1 Liverpool Ogbonna late strike dumps Reds out of FA Cup FA and League Cups Liverpool 0 0 Blackburn Rovers hold

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  • West Ham 2-1 Liverpool: Ogbonna late strike dumps Reds out of FA Cup - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    watches his players warm up ahead of the English FA Cup fourth round replay football match between West Ham United and Liverpool at The Boleyn Ground in Upton Park east London on February 9 2016 AFP GLYN KIRK RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE No use with unauthorized audio video data fixture lists club league logos or live services Online in match use limited to 75 images no video emulation No use in betting games or single club league player publications GLYN KIRK AFP Getty Images LONDON ENGLAND FEBRUARY 09 Daniel Sturridge of Liverpool warms up prior to the Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round Replay match between West Ham United and Liverpool at Boleyn Ground on February 9 2016 in London England Photo by Clive Rose Getty Images LONDON ENGLAND FEBRUARY 09 Jurgen Klopp manager of Liverpool R and Zeljko Buvac assistant manager of Liverpool look on prior to the Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round Replay match between West Ham United and Liverpool at Boleyn Ground on February 9 2016 in London England Photo by Clive Rose Getty Images A general view inside the ground prior to the Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round Replay match between West Ham United and Liverpool at Boleyn Ground on February 9 2016 in London England Photo by Mike Hewitt Getty Images A goal from Angelo Obinze Ogbonna in the final minute of extra time sealed West Ham United s progression to the fifth round of the FA Cup following a dramatic 2 1 victory over Liverpool The fourth round replay was heading for a penalty shoot out when centre half Ogbonna thrust into attack as a final throw of the dice headed in the winner Share Facebook Twitter Google Email Go To Comments West Ham can now look forward to a fifth round trip to Blackburn after a youthful Liverpool side were eventually sent tumbling out Michail Antonio had given the hosts the lead only for Philippe Coutinho to reply for the Reds just after half time But Ogbonna made it an uncomfortable evening to be a losing manager not least one who had had his appendix removed just three days earlier like Jurgen Klopp The home fans knew this was likely to be the last FA Cup tie under the lights at Upton Park and the famous old ground crackled with an atmosphere it will surely be impossible to recreate at the Olympic Stadium The match was worthy of the occasion as well In a breakneck first half alone West Ham were twice denied by the woodwork while Liverpool also rattled a post before Antonio broke the deadlock Hammers full back Joey O Brien was first to be frustrated by the frame of the goal when his shot was deflected against the base of Simon Mignolet s upright But Liverpool s rookies aided by the experience of Coutinho and out of favour striker Christian Benteke looked the more dangerous in the early stages The senior duo combined when Benteke reached the byline and cut the ball back for Coutinho whose first time shot clipped an upright Tweets from https twitter com BelTel lists west ham v liverpool Moments later West Ham playmaker Dimitri Payet reportedly the subject of a big money bid from a Chinese club curled a superb free kick against the post Antonio headed the rebound back towards goal but Mignolet did brilliantly to scramble back to his feet and make a diving save The breakthrough came on the stroke of half time when Enner Valencia crossed to the far post where Antonio side footed a volley into the back of the net Yet the lead lasted less than three minutes of the second half after Liverpool were awarded a free kick on the edge of the box Coutinho shaped to curl the ball over the West Ham wall but as the players jumped the Brazilian cheekily drove it underneath them and past startled goalkeeper Darren Randolph West Ham were convinced they should have had a penalty when Tiago Ilori pulled back Valencia as he attempted to reach Antonio s cross but referee Roger East did not agree Valencia could have won in normal time but headed Payet s cross over while Benteke and Jordon Ibe forced saves from Randolph Early in extra time Mignolet was in action again to palm away a curler from Mark Noble before Benteke passed up two clear cut chances blazing wide from 16 yards before firing too close to Randolph Then England striker Daniel Sturridge on as a substitute for Liverpool after another spell out injured fired a rasping drive inches over the crossbar But as the clock ticked down Ogbonna trotted forward and managed to get his head to Payet s free kick to spark delirious scenes among the Upton Park faithful Match Preview We look at some of the issues surrounding the game WILL JURGEN KLOPP BE FIT The German returned to work less than 48 hours after having his appendix removed and will travel with the team to Upton Park although he admits he will have to subdue his usual over active behaviour on the sidelines Apart from a few holes in his body Klopp insists he is raring to go having taken Monday training CAN KLOPP RISK PLAYING THE YOUNGSTERS AGAIN West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has pledged to field a strong team but Klopp has so far played below strength sides as he tries to offset significant fixture congestion In the first encounter he played seven first teamers although only three were regulars in an attempt to avoid a replay but with their league form so inconsistent it may be time to concentrate on the cups IS THIS THE MOMENT FOR DANIEL STURRIDGE The much injured England international has not played for two months but ahead of schedule he was a surprise inclusion as an unused substitute for Saturday s draw against Sunderland If he is deemed fit enough to be on the bench then Klopp may as well give him a

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  • Fixtures for the week beginning February 15 - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Service II v Newtownbreda II Kelvin OB II v Portavogie Rangers II Division 3F Queen s Colts v Rooftop II Finaghy II v Holywood FC II Whitehead Eagles II v Donaghadee II Groomsport II v Grange Rgs II Ravenhill YM II v Suffolk Swifts II Cochrane Corry Cup kick off 1 30pm 2nd round Grange Rangers v Rosemount Rec Queen s II v Greenisland Ballynagross v Bangor YM Templeton Cup kick off 1 30pm 3rd round Suffolk II v Greenisland II Mid Ulster League kick off 2 15pm Intermediate A AFC Craigavon v Lower Maze Fivemiletown Utd v Ballymacash Rangers Hanover v Crewe Utd Seapatrick v St Mary s Tandragee Rovers v Valley Rangers Intermediate B Bourneview Mill v Lurgan Town Craigavon City v Moneyslane Laurelvale v Markethill Swifts Seagoe v Dungannon Tigers Tullyvallen v Dungannon Rovers Division 1 Cookstown Celtic v Ambassadors Hill Street v Derryhirk Utd Red Star v Lurgan Institute Riverdale v Armagh Rovers Silverwood Utd v Sandy Hill Division 2 Castlecaulfield v Knockmenagh Swifts Glenavy v Portadown BBOB Keady Celtic v Rectory Rangers Lurgan BBOB v Donaghmore Scarva Rangers v Gilford Crusaders Division 3 Aghalee Village v White City Armagh Blues v Newmills Donacloney v Moira Albion Goodyear v Union Lusa Lurgan Utd v Caledon Rovers Division 4 Damolly v Lurgyvallen Santos v The Dons Reserve Championship Ballymacash Rangers Res v Banbridge Town AFC Banbridge Rangers Res v Armagh City Res Dollingstown Res v Crewe Utd Res Rathfriland Swifts v Annagh Utd Res Valley Rangers Res v Lurgan Celtic Res Reserve Division 1 Lower Maze Res v Tandragee Rovers Res Markethill Swifts Res v AFC Craigavon Res Moneyslane Res v Craigavon City Res St Mary s Res v Hanover Res Reserve Division 2 Ambassadors Res v Dungannon Rovers Res Lurgan BBOB Res v Bourneview Mill Res Richhill Res v Laurelvale Res Reserve Division 3 Banbridge Town AFC Res v Tullyvallen Res Donaghmore Res v Seagoe Res Gilford Crusaders Res v Donacloney Res Lurgan Utd Res v Valley Rangers Swifts Reserve Division 4 Broomhill Res v Aghalee Village Res Windmill Stars Res v Knockmenagh Swifts Res Marshall Cup kick off 2pm 2nd round Armagh Celtic v Camlough Rovers 4th round Windmill Stars v Banbridge Rangers 2 30pm Alan Wilson Cup kick off 2pm 2nd round Richhill v Oxford Sunnyside John Magee Memorial Trophy kick off 2pm Semi finals Millbrook v Banbridge YC OB Southside v Sporting Lisburn Wilmor Johnston Memorial Cup kick off 2pm 2nd round Lurgan Town Res v Coagh Utd Res Loughgall Res v Seapatrick Res 3rd round Dungannon Tigers Res v Newry City Res O Hara Cup kick off 2pm 3rd round Ballyoran Res v Silverwood Utd Res Mid Ulster League Cup kick off 2pm 1st round Newmills Res v Rectory Rangers Res 2nd round Portadown BBOB Res v Hill Street Res Derryhirk Utd Res v Southside Res Ballymena Provincial League kick off 2pm Intermediate Division Dunloy v Sofia Farm Killymoon Rangers v Rathcoole Brantwood v Chimney Corner Magherafelt Sky Blues v Newtowne Junior Division 1 Cookstown Olympic v Cookstown RBL Ballyclare Comrades Res v Carnmoney FC Whiteabbey v Woodlands Mallusk Athletic v Desertmartin Swifts Junior Division 2 Ballynure OB B v Brantwood Res Cookstown Youth v Moyola Park Olympic Remo v Ballyclare North End Junior Division 3 Carrick Thistle v Castle Star 3rd Ballyclare OB v Brantwood Loughside Whitehead Rangers v Carnlough Swifts Red Star Carrick v Antrim Rovers Swifts O Gorman Cup kick off 2pm 2nd round Desertmartin v Ballynure OB Crawford Cup kick off 1 30pm Semi final Newington YC II v Sport Leisure II Linda Welshman Memorial Cup kick off 2pm 2nd round 1st Carrickfergus OB v Clough Rangers Athletic 3rd round Mountainview v Hillhead Eagles Wakehurst Strollers v Larne Olympic Northern Ireland Intermediate League kick off 2pm Ballymoney Utd v Dungiven Oxford Utd Stars v Ardstraw Strabane Athletic v Trojans IFA Junior Cup kick off 1 30pm 5th round Coalisland Ath v Rosemount Rec Down Area League kick off 2pm Premier Division Bangor Rangers III v 8th OB Brentwood v North Down Corrymeela v Greenwell Star Moat Park Rangers v Comber YM Oakfield Breda v Comber Star Ravenhill YM III v Newtown Forest Division 1 43rd Dundonald v Bryansburn Rangers III Bangor YM III v Ballygowan Carrowdore YM v Agape Clonduff v Bangor Swifts III Newtownards RBL v Castlereagh Queen s Grads III v Willowfield Parish Shorts III v Ards Rangers III Stranmillis 37th OB v Abbey Villa III Division 2A Agape II v Moat Park Rangers II Greenwell Star II v Corrymeela II North Down II v Vision Athletic II Division 2B Comber YM II v 43rd Dundonald II Newtownards RBL II v Queen s Grads IV Tommy Murphy Memorial Shield kick off 2pm Comber Star II v Brentwood II Ballygowan II v Bangor Rangers IV 3rd Bangor II v Clonduff II Newtown Forest II v Oakfield Breda II Mervyn Bassett Cup kick off 1 30pm 1st round 8th OB v Abbey Villa IV Fermanagh Western League kick off 2 30pm Division 2 Omagh Hospitals v Glebe United Reserve Division 1 Glebe United Res v NFC Kesh Res Strathroy Harps Res v Dunbreen Rovers Res Strule United Res v Lisbellaw United Res Reserve Division 2 Lisnaskea Rovers Res v Magheraveely Res Maguiresbridge Res v Killen Rangers III Orchard Farm Res v Drumquin United Res Reserve Division 3 Dergview III v Dunbreen Rovers III Fivemiletown United III v Enniskillen Town United Colts Mountjoy United Res v Enniskillen Santos Res Mulhern Cup kick off 2pm 1st round Magheraveeley v Enniskillen Town United Lisbellaw United v Strule United Dergview Res v Killen Rangers Dunbreen Rovers v Lisnaskea Rovers Enniskillen Rangers v Mountjoy United Irvinestown Wanderers v Enniskillen Santos NFC Kesh v Tummery Ath Enniskillen Galaxy v Beragh Swifts Mountfield v Strathroy Harps Drumquin United v Fivemiletown United II Lisnarick v Orchard Farm Rehill Cup kick off 2pm 1st round Killen Rangers Res v Tummery Ath Res Omagh Hospitals Res v Irvinestown Wanderers Res Lisbellaw United III v NFC Kesh II Beragh

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  • McConnell believes Kilmore have what it takes to beat the drop - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Steel Sons Cup and everything they were mainly looking at the short term I m not suggesting that they re happy to go down but when I met them I was very impressed they are not looking for a short term fix they are looking beyond this season Everything is in place to give McConnell and the board the bright future they are after it s just that the former Larne chief sees that process beginning from today and is eager to deliver in his first campaign despite the fact that he has arrived well after Christmas He continued Sometimes you find things go in cycles and at the moment Kilmore have a lot of players at a good age There are a lot of players from 17 to 23 at the club But for me there are two sides to what I have to do first and foremost to stay in the Premier League My personal pride wouldn t let me just write this season off Then it s all about making the club sustainable Kilmore are a good solid club they want to do things in the right way and they ve got six or seven players who are capable of playing at the highest level It would appear that McConnell has the platform to achieve the latter As for the former the next three months will tell Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More NIFL Championship round up February 13 All the latest from Championship One and Two Down Area Winter Football League round up February 13 Despite once again poor weather trying to play havoc with the fixtures it was great to see a fuller programme going ahead Five Up Front Aaron Boyd Aaron Boyd Ards Fixtures for the week beginning February 15 All the fixtures for the week ahead Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Northern Ireland Wags Tori Lant The Park Valentine s weekend win lifts Knockbreda hearts as Crumlin crash out The Park McConnell believes Kilmore have what it takes to beat the drop The Park Castlewellan enjoying first Amateur League campaign so far The Park Five Up Front Aaron

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  • NIFL Championship round-up, February 6 - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    62 minutes when striker Paul McDowell worked his way past a couple of defenders into the area to shoot for goal The ball rebounded off a home player to fall kindly for an alert McMullan to push over the line from a yard out at the far post Bangor were now buzzing around the home area but a determined defence made it hard to find a way to goal and in the closing minutes of the game Distillery mounted a couple of breakaway attacks coming closest on 88 minutes when sub Kevin Hughes crossed low for fellow sub Rhys Grainger to slide in and knock the ball wide of the target from a couple of yards Championship Two Limavady United 1 Glebe Rangers 1 Cathair Friel experienced the highs and lows of football on Saturday first claiming Limavady United s league goal scoring record for a season but then being needlessly sent off for dissent in injury time The visitors were clearly not prepared to roll over for the league leaders and went close to taking a shock lead on 22 minutes when a corner from the right was met by Dunlop in the six yard box but his bullet header flashed past the post Friel was starting to find space down the left flank and on 34 minutes had a gilt edged chance to score when through on goal but he was foiled by Fullerton However he was not to be denied as within a minute he dashed through the Rangers defence and shot low into the bottom corner of the net for a goal typical of the new record holder Glebe were stubborn in opposition and on 66 minutes they equalised Barr who shrugged off a challenge in the box and ploughed through a forest of players before the ball found its way to Christie who took advantage of disarray in the United back four to gleefully prod the ball home United were now somewhat hanging on and had a narrow escape on 74 minutes when Carson had enough space to trap the ball in the box swivel and crash the ball off the underside of the crossbar The afternoon was compounded when Friel already on a yellow card for dissent talked himself into a second in the 90th minute Moyola Park 6 Dollingstown 1 Moyola opened the scoring in the 23rd minute when a disputed corner from Magill was headed goal wards by Gallagher and a defender might have got the last touch to head it past McPartlan Two minutes later the game changed when a header back from a visiting defender to McPartlan was dropped by the keeper and as Dowie was about to score he was bundled over The referee pointed to the penalty spot and also showed McPartlan a red card with Hughes replacing him in goals McIlhatton fired the penalty past Hughes to extend the home side s lead In the 38th minute Gallagher made the score 3 0 when a fired a shot from outside the box across goal past Hughes and into the far corner With four minutes left of the first half a header back from Moffett towards Hughes went past the keeper who stopped in on the line only to Taggart fire in from close range The visitors got a goal back in the 52nd minute when a run down the left from Tomelty found Thompson who found the net With 20 minutes left Dowie slid the ball through and Taggart fired the ball past Hughes to make the score 5 1 As the game moved into the last five minutes a long ball from Gallagher found Black on the right and his cross was fired past Hughes by Dowie Newington 0 Dundela 1 Dundela recorded their first back to back wins of the season with this narrow but deserved victory over Newington It was TJ Murray signed on loan from Linfield for a second time who turned out to be the match winner with a first half goal The Duns were good value for the win although had a few nervous moments near the end as the hosts rallied but the closest they came was an effort which struck the post with a little over five minutes remaining A second clean sheet in a row must also be pleasing to the management team of Murphy and Gourley the latter relegating himself to the bench to make room for Murray However a tough test awaits next week at Wilgar when PSNI are the visitors but The Duns will be confident of securing another three points as the battle for much needed points continues Portstewart 1 Banbridge Town 3 Chances fell to both teams in a scoreless first hallf The opening goal came on the hour mark when Portstewart were awarded a penalty and Neill stepped up to score King Anderson McGrath and Kingsberry were pushing Banbridge forward at every opportunity as they strove for the equaliser Their pressure finally paid off after 67 minutes Stuart King was fouled on the edge of the box and he calmly placed the ball on the mark and curved it superbly round the wall and into the net past Maddison Banbridge were now in the ascendancy and it was no surprise when they took a 2 1 lead after 78 minutes Moffatt sent Ryan Gourley racing through and he cut inside to find the unmarked Stuart King and the Town s man of the match gave Maddison no chance with a great finish Shortly after this Mattie McCartan replaced Chris Kingsberry to add energy to a tiring midfield who had all put in a magnificent shift The only damper on a terrific afternoon for Town was the sight of Neil Barr being stretchered off after 86 minutes after a heavy clash His replacement was transfer deadline signing Jamie Smith and the Portadown man had a dream debut when he scored with his first touch after fine approach work from Kevin Anderson and Mattie

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  • Castlewellan enjoying first Amateur League campaign so far - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    can be a problem but it doesn t usually affect us as much as it did this season of all seasons The local Gaelic team got into the Down Senior Championship final in October and a lot of them were with them three or four days a week You are talking some of our top players here and when the Gaelic team lost some of them didn t want to come back and take the places of the players who had got us to where we were I understand that but you d have to say that with them we would have been further up in the table And ultimately that means a title challenge Currently sitting fifth in Division 2C Castlewellan could string together a push for top two but it looks more likely to be just beyond them at the first time of asking That will probably have to wait But this is a club with their sights very much set on the long term future and will doubtless advance in the years ahead Hutchman added We want to get to Intermediate football We ve spent 200k on our ground and there are plans in place for new changing facilities and club rooms We beat Killyleagh 2 0 the other week too and it was well deserved I knew we had it in us Now we are looking forward to testing other teams above us Success on the pitch and plenty of promise off it Seems that Castlewellan are a team to watch for the future Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More NIFL Championship round up February 13 All the latest from Championship One and Two Down Area Winter Football League round up February 13 Despite once again poor weather trying to play havoc with the fixtures it was great to see a fuller programme going ahead Five Up Front Aaron Boyd Aaron Boyd Ards Fixtures for the week beginning February 15 All the fixtures for the week ahead Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Northern Ireland Wags Tori Lant The Park Valentine s weekend win lifts Knockbreda hearts as Crumlin crash out The

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  • Danny Welbeck hits the right note to breathe life back into Arsenal title challenge - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    At this point Arsenal faced a test of their resolve Could they bounce back and overcome a dogged well organised Leicester buoyed by growing self belief The answer was yes Simpson quickly earned his first booking for a foul on Sanchez and his second came five minutes later following a needless tug on Giroud s sleeve Ranieri attempted to bolster his defensive options by replacing Riyad Mahrez with Marcin Wasilewski leaving Vardy up front as a pacy threat on the counter attack But the change merely invited Arsenal to pour forwards Giroud headed over and Sanchez shot wide before Theo Walcott hauled the home side level on 72 minutes with a classy volley from six yards after Giroud had headed down Hector Bellerin s cross The dam had burst but a draw was not enough for Arsenal and they maintained their siege of the Leicester goal Robert Huth escaped the attentions of the referee when he blocked Giroud s volley with his right arm before Per Mertesacker headed a golden chance wide from six yards out The clock ticked down Schmeichel saved brilliantly from Giroud and Leicester appeared to be on the brink of holding on for a point as they entered the fourth minute of stoppage time But Wasilewski s rash challenge on Monreal gifted Arsenal a free kick 30 yards out leaving Ozil with one final chance to create an opening The German stepped up to the plate floating a sumptuous delivery to Welbeck who did what he does best He may not score many but if Welbeck continues to contribute goals like that he could yet be the man who makes the crucial difference in the title race Follow BelTel Sport Related Content Our league bid would have ended with a loss Wenger How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More The force is with Leicester says Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger By Mark Bryans Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger acknowledged Leicester as potential Premier League champions after they showed special force to beat fellow challengers Manchester City last weekend Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe s fury as Flamini escapes red after lunge By Miguel Delaney Aaron Ramsey rightly felt Arsenal

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