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The Irish FA is boycotting social media this weekend as part of an international protest against online abuse and discrimination.
The four-day boycott of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram is supported by a range of sporting bodies including UEFA, the English FA and Premier League.
The IFA will switch off the platforms from 3pm on Friday until Monday at 11.59pm.
Any limited posting during this period will include recognition of the campaign hashtag #FootballForAll
Irish FA backs social media boycott over the May Day bank holiday weekend #FootballForAll pic.twitter.com/qu5hkkYPeX— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) April 29, 2021
Kenny Shiels is staying on as Northern Ireland women's manager.
New deal for Shiels after taking #GAWA women to the Euros.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) April 29, 2021
Irish FA: pic.twitter.com/OSib9v9rXS
And the GAWA girls have drawn England in the World Cup qualifiers.
Q Sport— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) April 30, 2021
#GAWA draw England in @FIFAWWC qualifying
Ulster set for SF, final switched to Twickenham
Derry City on tonight & Swifts v Carrick ahead of big weekend in #DanskeBankPrem
New weight for Conlan in London
Weekend updates on air & https://t.co/boX2EdCtC7#SportForAll pic.twitter.com/bst7O6RChf
Rugby - Ulster's European dream is over after they suffered a 33-24 defeat to Leicester Tigers in their Challenge Cup semi-final on Friday night.
Despite leading by 11 points at Welford Road at half-time, the province couldn’t hold on to reach their first European final since 2012.
Michael Conlan has captured the WBO super-bantamweight belt in London.
The Belfast boxer secured a majority victory over Romanian Ionut Baluta.
Derry City had a 2-1 victory away to Bohemians in the League of Ireland on Friday night.
In the Danske Bank Premiership, Carrick had captain Daniel Kelly sent off but still won 2-0 in Dungannon.
Saturday's fixtures include first against second with Glentoran facing Linfield at the Oval.