GAWA girls are a win away from clinching play-off place for first ever finals

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NI women set to take on the Faroes in crunch qualifier.

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The Northern Ireland women footballers face the Faroe Islands at Seaview tonight (7pm, behind closed doors).

Victory in the Euro qualifier would secure a play-off place for the 2022 finals in England.

Kenny Shiels' side are aiming for the country's first major tournament.

Defender Julie Nelson has more than 100 caps, but this is new ground, even for her:

NI had a 6-0 win away to the Faroes in September, but are taking nothing for granted this evening.

The team are on a roll though, having beaten Belarus at Seaview on Friday night:


The men will take centre stage at Seaview on Wednesday night but the fun games have already started on social media.

England and Aston Villa star Jack Grealish has become the latest big name to back Larne for success in the Toals County Antrim Shield final.

The east Antrim club's owner Kenny Bruce is making use of his contacts to give the team a boost ahead of their showdown with Glentoran:

The Glens fans have responded:

There's one match in the Danske Bank Premiership tonight with Ballymena at home to Carrick.

And in rugby, Ulster are on a roll...


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