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GAA Football & Hurling
Death of Donegal goalkeeping coach Pat Shovelinan Ratha clubman (41) had bravely battled against a rare but aggressive form of
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 15 hours ago
an Ratha clubman (41) had bravely battled against a rare but aggressive form of cancer for the past year. "Pat was one of Gaelic games’ most popular figures in the North West – ever since he first came to wider prominence under Jim McGuinness’... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Reprieve for Northern Ireland coaching jobs in sport funds U-turnis a great boost for our children and our schools as the Curriculum Sports Prog
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
is a great boost for our children and our schools as the Curriculum Sports Programme is about much more than football or Gaelic games - it's about instilling principles of exercise and overall physical wellbeing to children at a young age - an... Read more
11d
GAA Football & Hurling
Draw made for new style Leinster Colleges SFCProvince. “In Br Bosco we also have someone worthy of recognition. He gave sel
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 11 days ago
Province. “In Br Bosco we also have someone worthy of recognition. He gave selflessly of his time and was passionate about Gaelic Games and left a positive legacy from his work with the Patrician order in Tullow, Newbridge and Ballyfin. “Thanks to... Read more
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Football.co.uk
Wales v Republic of Ireland past meetingsIreland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football
Football.co.uk / Posted 13 days ago
Ireland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football match to be played at Croke Park, Dublin’s Gaelic games cathedral, Ireland eased some of the pressure on Charlton’s successor Steve Staunton. Stephen Ireland’s first... Read more
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13d
Gazette
Wales v Republic of Ireland past meetingsIreland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football
Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
Ireland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football match to be played at Croke Park, Dublin’s Gaelic games cathedral, Ireland eased some of the pressure on Charlton’s successor Steve Staunton. Stephen Ireland’s first... Read more
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13d
guardian-series
Wales v Republic of Ireland past meetingsIreland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football
guardian-series / Posted 13 days ago
Ireland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football match to be played at Croke Park, Dublin’s Gaelic games cathedral, Ireland eased some of the pressure on Charlton’s successor Steve Staunton. Stephen Ireland’s first... Read more
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13d
Greenock Telegraph
Wales v Republic of Ireland past meetingsIreland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Ireland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football match to be played at Croke Park, Dublin’s Gaelic games cathedral, Ireland eased some of the pressure on Charlton’s successor Steve Staunton. Stephen Ireland’s first... Read more
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13d
Harrow Times
Wales v Republic of Ireland past meetingsIreland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football
Harrow Times / Posted 13 days ago
Ireland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football match to be played at Croke Park, Dublin’s Gaelic games cathedral, Ireland eased some of the pressure on Charlton’s successor Steve Staunton. Stephen Ireland’s first... Read more
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13d
Wandsworth Guardian
Wales v Republic of Ireland past meetingsIreland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
Ireland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football match to be played at Croke Park, Dublin’s Gaelic games cathedral, Ireland eased some of the pressure on Charlton’s successor Steve Staunton. Stephen Ireland’s first... Read more
8 related articles
13d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Wales v Republic of Ireland past meetingsIreland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 13 days ago
Ireland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football match to be played at Croke Park, Dublin’s Gaelic games cathedral, Ireland eased some of the pressure on Charlton’s successor Steve Staunton. Stephen Ireland’s first... Read more
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13d
EveningTimes Online
Wales v Republic of Ireland past meetingsIreland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football
EveningTimes Online / Posted 13 days ago
Ireland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football match to be played at Croke Park, Dublin’s Gaelic games cathedral, Ireland eased some of the pressure on Charlton’s successor Steve Staunton. Stephen Ireland’s first... Read more
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14d
Oxford Mail
Wales v Republic of Ireland past meetingsIreland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football
Oxford Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Ireland celebrates scoring the winner (Mike Egerton/PA) In the first football match to be played at Croke Park, Dublin’s Gaelic games cathedral, Ireland eased some of the pressure on Charlton’s successor Steve Staunton. Stephen Ireland’s first... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Taoiseach leads tributes to former Irish leader Liam Cosgraveto Ireland's independent voice on the global stage. Many tributes have also to
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
to Ireland's independent voice on the global stage. Many tributes have also touched on Mr Cosgrave's love of horse racing, Gaelic games and the pride he had in his father's role in 1916. Micheal Martin, the leader of Ireland's main opposition... Read more
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22d
The Irish Times
Priced out of Dalkey? Try Dún LaoghaireForty Foot regarded as three of the best in Co Dublin. “The town is also a sail
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
Forty Foot regarded as three of the best in Co Dublin. “The town is also a sailing centre, with three yacht clubs, while Gaelic games is catered for nearby in Dalkey, through Cuala, one of the best GAA clubs in the country,” says John O’Sullivan,... Read more
23d
Irish Examiner
Kuala Lumpur hosting ‘milestone’ Asian youth GAA eventsays Asian County Board Chairperson Joe Trolan. There have been youth exhibiti
Irish Examiner / Posted 23 days ago
says Asian County Board Chairperson Joe Trolan. There have been youth exhibition games previously at the adult Asian Gaelic Games, but this is a stand-alone youth event and the children are loving the chance to play Gaelic Football. More... Read more
23d
GAA Football & Hurling
GAA history in Asiasays Asian County Board Chairperson Joe Trolan. There have been youth exhibiti
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 23 days ago
says Asian County Board Chairperson Joe Trolan. There have been youth exhibition games previously at the adult Asian Gaelic Games, but as Jerome Quinn reports, this is a stand-alone youth event and the children are loving the chance to play... Read more
23d
GAA Football & Hurling
New Louth boss seeks consistencythe passion there is for the game. There are 38 clubs in Louth so, from a small
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 23 days ago
the passion there is for the game. There are 38 clubs in Louth so, from a smallish county, that indicates the strength of Gaelic games. "I have no doubt that there are plenty of good footballers, most of them are in the county squad and some... Read more
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Irish Examiner
As you were for Tipperary hurling and football managersalongside coach Mick O’Sullivan, assistant coach Kieran Maguire, and mentors To
Irish Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
alongside coach Mick O’Sullivan, assistant coach Kieran Maguire, and mentors Tommy Toomey and Damian Lawlor, the well-known Gaelic Games journalist. And Matt O’Doherty, last season’s minor manager, will guide the U17 footballers. Former Tipp... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
GAA to launch Fun and Run ProgrammeFun & Run is a specially designed programme which focuses upon the integration
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 30 days ago
Fun & Run is a specially designed programme which focuses upon the integration and inclusion of people with disabilities in Gaelic games, while also giving participants the opportunity to take part in 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous... Read more

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