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Ireland hit the half-century as the Six Nations makes its return

Ireland hit the half-century as the Six Nations makes its return

Ireland 50 Italy 17 Ireland have gone to the top of the Six Nations table after a thumping victory over a ferocious Italian side. Andy Farrell’s men ran in an…

How Matt Doherty’s Tottenham move will benefit Bohemians

How Matt Doherty’s Tottenham move will benefit Bohemians

Following a mega-million-pound move to Tottenham Hotspur in the summer transfer window, Bohemians will receive a large portion of a transfer sell-on clause from former player Matt Doherty. Doherty spent…

GAA suspends all club fixtures

GAA suspends all club fixtures

The GAA have suspended all club games at any level with immediate effect as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. This announcement comes after NPHET’s recommendations to impose Level 5…

How streaming of matches could boost popularity of League of Ireland

How streaming of matches could boost popularity of League of Ireland

 Earlier this year, the League of Ireland (LOI) had to postpone their season due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But the delay gave LOI a chance to set up a streaming…

St Pat’s record crucial derby victory over Shelbourne 

St Pat’s record crucial derby victory over Shelbourne 

St Patrick’s Athletic have risen to fifth in the Airtricity Premier Division after a comfortable 2-0 defeat of Shelbourne at Richmond Park on Saturday last.   A stunning strike from Chris…

Ballymun Kickhams claim Dublin Senior football championship

Ballymun Kickhams claim Dublin Senior football championship

Having not won a senior club title since 2012, Ballymun Kickhams comfortably outfought last year’s champions Ballyboden St Enda’s to register only their fourth championship win to date.   This outcome looked a certainty even…

St Brendan’s GAA centenary celebrations put on hold as it survives in isolation

ST BRENDAN’S GAA club in Grangegorman will celebrate its 100th anniversary this year – but the period of celebrations certainly has not gone as expected. The club, which trains and…

GAA clubs find new ways to contribute in a time of crisis

MEMBERS of Templeogue Synge Street GAA club are certainly doing their bit in the fight against Covid19. The State’s chief medical officer Tony Holohan is a club member, as is…

GRUB is a gift as GAA club helps feed the isolated

GRUB is a gift as GAA club helps feed the isolated

A CARVERY based in Cabra GAA club Naomh Finbarra has been delivering dinners and groceries to people in isolation – and using social media to spread the word. Carl Turner…

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…

Local League of Ireland Clubs Wasting no time

Local League of Ireland Clubs Wasting no time

Shels sign Dobbs in busy off season for Dublin clubs The 2019 season was effectively a successful one for the Dublin based League of Ireland teams. Despite Dundalk taking the…