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# A new dawn

Last year
'A mother handed a child to Beibhinn Parsons and said 'here, I named her after you''
Despite Saturday’s Women’s Six Nations defeat to Wales, there is a real sense of optimism around the Ireland team according to two of its players.
All time
Macedonia will today agree to change its name but tensions are high on the Greek border
Greece also has a northern province called Macedonia.
'There are players doing their Leaving Cert: none get paid, they all do it for the love of the game'
With a squad including college students, school goers, fitness instructors and secondary school teachers Limerick Women’s FC made their debut last Saturday.
Surge in women joining Defence Forces after €360,000 is spent on recruitment campaigns
Almost 14,000 men and women applied to join the Defence Forces in 2017.
'My vision is achieving excellence and to inspire our athletes to seek it on a consistent basis'
Bernard Dunne is leaving his backroom role with All-Ireland champions Dublin to take over Irish boxing’s high performance unit.
'A job like this might not come around for some time' - O'Neill privileged to manage Ireland
The FAI’s new man also believes the players won’t have any issues with working under Roy Keane.