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Irish Examiner

Time for Athletics Ireland to invest in the future
Irish Examiner
The true health check for the state of the sport comes on the track or in the field, where stricter standards ensure only the top 50 or so in the world make the cut. And while we remain respectable on the track, Irish athletics is becoming redundant in ...
Gina Akpe-Moses scoops GOLD for Ireland in 100m sprint ...Independent.ie
Gold medal for 18-year-old Irish sprinter Gina Akpe-MosesIrish Times
Ireland has a new sprint superstar as Gina Akpe-Moses claims ...SportsJOE.ie

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The42

Sky Sports is rolling out new channels tomorrow but what does it mean for Irish viewers?
The42
Sky Sports Action (407) and Sky Sports Arena (408) will have GAA and rugby union coverage such as the European Champions Cup and Challenge Cup, internationals, English domestic competitions and the British & Irish Lions, rugby Super League, ATP ...

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Irish Times

The Morning Sports Briefing
Irish Times
In his column this morning, Jackie Tyrrell says that Tipperary need to rediscover their defensive mean streak if they want to retain their All-Ireland title. Starting with Saturday's quarter-final against Clare. “Dinking lovely passes here and there ...
Sports Talk: A scolding and a comeback for Rory McIlroySanta Fe New Mexican
The Open 2017: Rory McIlroy on his first round recovery and his caddie pep talkBBC Sport

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Irish Examiner

Canada's Crystal blasts to national record at Cork City Sports
Irish Examiner
Fellow American Brandon Carnes finished runner-up in 20.75, while Leon Reid, the British sprinter who has applied to represent Ireland, was third in 20.78. Earlier in the evening Reid won the B final of the 100m in 10.96. Canada's Sheila Reid was an ...

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The Guardian

Pitching Up: ancient sports for Ireland's most ethnically diverse town
The Guardian
Ballyhaunis in the west of Ireland is at first glance a traditional farming town, a place that in the past has been deeply affected by the emigration of its young. But today Ballyhaunis is unique in an Irish context. The majority of children in the ...

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Independent.ie

Sky Sports will look very different on Tuesday....here's how it will affect Irish viewers
Independent.ie
For the first time, Sky Sports will also offer something for fans not looking for the full breadth of sports, but are interested in specific sports. The new line-up is designed to grow this customer base and offers flexibility to subscribe to ...

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RTE.ie

At a Glance: Weekend Championship action
RTE.ie
On 6 June 1976, Páirc Uí Chaoimh was officially opened, with Cork hurlers taking on the then All-Ireland champions Kilkenny in the opening game. Over the years the venue would play host to numerous Munster finals in both codes and league deciders.
Clare v Tipperary – Preview, team news, betting advice – Start time 3pm SaturdaySportsNewsIRELAND

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BBC Sport

Ana O'Brien: Irish jockey injured in Killarney fall
BBC Sport
Irish jockey Ana O'Brien has been airlifted to hospital following a fall at Killarney on Tuesday night. The 21-year-old, who is the daughter of trainer Aidan O'Brien, was injured when her mount Druids Cross slipped two furlongs out in the second race ...

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The42

'It will be absolutely huge for sport here' - The legacy of the Women's Rugby World Cup
The42
IN JUST OVER a fortnight's time, the biggest tournament Ireland has hosted since the 2006 Ryder Cup gets under way. The fact tickets for Ireland's pool games at the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup sold out months in advance, and that extra seating needed ...

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Irish Examiner

Páirc Uí Chaoimh is a stadium more than just bricks and mortar
Irish Examiner
The making of these grounds changed the aspect of Irish towns and cities, as the great craze for organised sport swept Ireland – just as it was sweeping Britain and America. After its foundation in 1884, finding proper grounds was one of the biggest ...

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