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Airtricity Players Released

 The woes of the Airtricity League continue as budget constraints for many of the teams has meant that a large number of players have been released from their contracts and…

GAA All Stars

The GAA All-Stars Tour in Kuala Lumpur threw up a fascinating clash as the 2009 All-Stars team overcame their 2010 counterparts after a penalty shootout. The game itself was a…

Legendary horse trainer passes

By Alannah Hill Legendary race horse trainer Paddy Mullins passed away on 28 October aged 91; however the legacy he has left behind assures him a place in history as…

Fewer championship GAA games to be televised next year

Fewer championship GAA games to be televised next year

By Alan O’Mara The GAA recently announced its media rights package for the next three years and significant changes have been made compared to previous seasons. The biggest talking point…

Dublin City Marathon: huge success as new records are broken

Dublin City Marathon: huge success as new records are broken

[cincopa A0JAjVaYUkG7] By Liam McEvoy This year saw a total of 13,000 participants take part in the Dublin City Marathon, which ultimately became a day of record breaking, with new…

Ireland lose to South Africa in first of Autumn Internationals

Ireland lose to South Africa in first of Autumn Internationals

By Liam McEvoy South Africa ran out winners as the return to the home of Irish rugby got off to a disappointing start in the Autumn Internationals. Ireland scored two…

Ireland V Samoa

Ireland V Samoa

Liam McEvoy looks at the disappointing win by Ireland. Ireland won a hard fought match against Samoa by 20-10, putting an end to their six match losing streak. Outfought and…

U17 girls make trap green with envy

U17 girls make trap green with envy

John O'Connor writes about the Republic of Ireland's women's under 17 team's success during the FIFA Women’s U17 World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago.…

Ireland Hit by Double Injury Blow

Philip Weafer looks at the injuries in the Irish squad this week ahead of Euro 2012 qualifiers. …

Taylor turns attention to Olympics after Gold in Barbados

by Alan O’Meara Katie Taylor has immediately set her sights on the 2012 Olympic glory following her triumph at the AIBA World Boxing Championships in Barbados. Ireland’s greatest ever female…

Leinster answer their critics with League successes

Philip Weafer reports that the season has been a huge success for Leinster as they perform consistently in both the Magners League and in their defence of the Heineken Cup.…

The season so far for St Pat’s

A look at how St Patrick's Athletic have been playing so far this year.…