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Farrugia hoping for big things from exciting Irish 21s team

Farrugia hoping for big things from exciting Irish 21s team

The Irish under-21 football team has gone under a revolution of sorts during the last year or two, with former Dundalk manager, Stephen Kenny, getting a great tune out of…

Ruthless Rovers book FAI Cup spot

Ruthless Rovers book FAI Cup spot

A professional and controlling performance from Shamrock Rovers helped the Tallaght side get the better of arch rivals Bohemians 2-0 in the FAI Cup Semi-Final in Dalymount Park on Friday.…

Dublin football should stay together

Former Dublin footballer Eamonn Fennell feels that splitting the current Dublin side into a North and South divide is a bit of a ‘cop out’ from other counties.  With the…

Mary Hickey to run in 40th consecutive Dublin Marathon

Mary Hickey to run in 40th consecutive Dublin Marathon

In the last forty years there have been very few certainties in a world where everything seems to be changing all the time. However, we know a few things for…

Energia Park announced for Olympic Hockey Qualifiers

Energia Park announced for Olympic Hockey Qualifiers

Energia Park in Donnybrook will be used as a pitch for the two-legged Olympic Qualifiers, announced by Hockey Ireland.  Leinster Rugby has given Hockey Ireland the go ahead to use…

Bands FC: Where music meets football

Bands FC: Where music meets football

Bands FC is the simple, yet genius, brainchild of Mark Liptrott and Nick Fraser. They took their two favourite things, football and music and blended them together. They created an…

McKenna re-signs after successful first year at Shelbourne

Shelbourne F.C. have retained the services of teenager Daniel McKenna for the 2020 season. Following an impressive 2019 season, the club recently announced the former Wolverhampton Wanderers player has signed…

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…