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    From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

    NEWCASTLE TOLLYMORE MERGER IS A ‘DONE DEAL’

    Read why Newcastle FC captain Dessy McCartan after deal is done in merger of Newcaslte FC and Tollymore. Plus see what new manager Glynn Robinson said about the change.

    LADIES FOOTBALLERS FIGHT WAY INTO SEMI-FINAL

    In a thrilling game that went back and for the Down ladies laid down a marker in their quarter-final win over Monaghan. Read the report now.

    DOWN CAMOGS DEFEATED, BUT THERE ARE SOME POSITIVES

    The Down Camogs’s future was officially confirmed at the weekend as they dropped out of senior Championship camogie. But the Mourne Observer report sees some positive to take.

    DUNDRUM CRICKETERS SECURE BACK TO BACK WINS

    Dundrum have made a notable move up the table following a win over Saintfield. Read the report now.

    ANNALONG CYCLIST IMPRESSES AT MANCHESTER EVENT

    Read the report from Poppy Hamilton’s appearance at Sprint fest at the indoor velodrome as she enjoyed a personal best and continued her rise.

    KEENAN AND MILHENCH SUCCESSFUL AT CROSSGAR LADIES DAY

    Read the report from the Ladies captain’s day at Crossgar.

    TAILTEANN WIN HIGHLIGHTS DOWN’S QUALITY

    Read the report and reaction from Down’s win over Sligo, including Frank Dawson’s analysis of what was most impressive about Conor Laverty’s team.

    CHANGE AT CASTLEWELLAN TOWN

    Read the update from Castlewellan Town as John Young departs.

    BALLYNAHINCH SUPERBIKE RIDER ENJOYS NINE-WIN WEEKEND

    At a 19-race event at Kirkistown, Korie McGreevy won almost half of the events.

    HILLTOWN’S GREENAN CELBRATES AT KIRKISTOWN

    Read the report from Tony Greenan’s dominant performance at the Boss Ireland races.

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