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Students from across NI went behind the scenes for BBC School Report last week.
As part of the BBC's Annual School Report Day, 18-year-old Abbianca from east London has explored whether schools should be doing more to teach youngsters about the dangers of knife crime.
Sean Patrick, for BBC School Report, chats to Mickey Harte, the most successful manager in Tyrone GAA history, about the Super 8 trial bringing a group stage to the championship
Our reporter from Wallace High School takes a look at how women's football is progressing in Northern Ireland, in the wake of the under-19 European Championships being held here.
Wales Correspondent Sian Lloyd helps School Reporters at Maesteg School how to spot false stories.
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Today we got the chance to interview two of Notts County’s finest players - Shola Ameobi and Lewis Alessandra.
Lewis told us he wished he had concentrated more in school as a "back-up plan".
We asked Shola if he has a sibling rivalry with his footballer brother Sammy, and he answered: “I love it when we both score goals but I have always had the urge to help him improve, especially with the 11-year age difference.”