The Homeless World Cup is in full swing and Northern Ireland’s players have had no shortage of match time since Saturday's big kick-off.
The NI men’s team have six points from a possible 12, having banked two fantastic wins against Israel and France.
They began their Group E campaign against Portugal, going down 13-3 at Bute Park in Cardiff before registering a comprehensive 12-1 victory over Israel.
In match three Northern Ireland narrowly lost 2-1 to Hungary but went on to record a brilliant 4-3 success over France.
Northern Ireland’s inspirational women’s team have been met with a bit of baptism of fire. Having lost their opening five matches they are left propping up Group A.
The inspirational week-long street football showcase brings together more than 500 players representing 50-plus countries around the world, all of whom have faced homelessness and social marginalisation.
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