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Ireland’s poor form continues against Wales

Ireland’s poor form continues against Wales

Ireland’s woeful run of form continued with a 1-0 loss against UEFA Nations League opponent’s Wales in Cardiff on Sunday night.  This means Ireland have now failed to score in…

Season review: St Pats

Season review: St Pats

With the League of Ireland (LOI) season wrapped up, Saint Patrick’s Athletic (St Pats) who had ambitions of taking a spot in the top four, finished in sixth place.   Missing European football has become a regular occurrence for St Pats…

Dublin brush aside Westmeath challenge

Dublin brush aside Westmeath challenge

All-Ireland champions, Dublin, recorded a routine victory over Westmeath to kick-start their championship campaign in Portlaoise on Saturday evening.  As a result of this year’s football championship having no ‘backdoor’ route for the first time in…

Classy Cork put Dublin to the sword

Classy Cork put Dublin to the sword

Cork 1-25  Dublin 0-22  Cork are through to the next round of the All-Ireland Qualifiers after a thoroughly impressive performance against a stubborn Dublin side in Semple Stadium on Saturday evening.  Cork advance to take on…

Muay Thai still going strong

Muay Thai still going strong

In 1999, Dublin’s ‘Origins Muay Thai’ club opened its doors for the first time. It was the first gym offering training in the combat sport Muay Thai to be opened…

Flores thunderbolt the highlight as an exciting season ensues

Flores thunderbolt the highlight as an exciting season ensues

It’s Shamrock Rovers who have surged to the top of the SSE Airtricity Premier Division after an enthralling opening set of fixtures. A first home win for Rovers against champions…

Youth flourishing at exciting Shamrock Rovers Academy

It was a massive risk that Shamrock Rovers took when building their new Roadstone complex to facilitate their youth teams and their evergrowing Academy. It is a risk that is…

Celebrating 25 years in business.

Celebrating 25 years in business.

South Dublin GAA club St James Gaels / An Caisleán is proud to say it have been up and running for 25 years now. Beginning as a small, all boys…

Farrelly looks to continue last season’s fine form.

Farrelly looks to continue last season’s fine form.

Sacrificing her Debs night for football is proof enough that Niamh Farrelly’s recent explosion onto the Irish football scene isn’t by mishap. Being crowned FAI U19 Women’s Player of the…

Liberty Saints Recruiting for 19/20 Season.

It’s fair to say 2019 is set to be a massive year for Irish rugby as we are approaching the Rugby World Cup in Japan, Joe Schmidt’s last tournament in…

Ireland looking forward to u19’s European Championship

The Republic of Ireland Under-19s are hoping to continue their fine form shown in the elite qualifying campaign right into the European Championship finals this summer. Ireland were the first…

Football Championship 2019 Preview

As we enter summer 2019 our attentions turn to the Football Championship and we ask ourselves a few questions. Will Dublin get their historic five in a row or will…

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