Larne


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Larne

(lɒːn)
n
(Placename) a district of NE Northern Ireland, in Co Antrim. Pop: 30 948 (2003 est). Area: 336 sq km (130 sq miles)
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Carrick Rangers v Larne 7.45pm CARRICK boss Niall Currie is bracing himself for a second full-time test in four days at the Loughshore Hotel Arena.
FORMER Huddersfield forward Larne Patrick has joined Leigh after being released by Castleford.
He disappeared two weeks ago while on a whelk-picking expedition with a friend on Larne Lough.
JUST when fans thought they had seen it all in Wednesday's dramatic Northern Ireland victory over Spain, little Larne and Grand Slam champions Linfield served up another gripping five-goal show at Windsor Park.
ON Friday night, all eyes will be on Championship leaders Larne playing host to holders Coleraine in the quarter-finals of the Irish Cup The clash will be broadcast live at primetime on BBC Northern Ireland and it should be quite an occasion.
Little Larne bossed the Blues at Inver Park yesterday for long enough to leave manager Jim Hagan knowing that his side had not made the most of Lewis Hamlin's polished 15th-minute strike.
LARNE will face Glentoran in this season's Nationwide Irish Cup semi-final after they edged out amateur side Newington with an injury-time winner.
On Saturday they took to the stage that was Inver Park to play their part in the Larne fairytale and, although they eventually succumbed to the might of Tieran Lynch's full-timers, it wasn't before they threatened to spoil the party when they went ahead through Joe McNeill.
The teenager's second-half strike buried a brave but impotent Larne side to create the sixth post-war finale with the new Premier League champions on May 6.