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Monday 5 June 2023 Dublin: 17°C

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# Abbotstown
'Their visit is welcome': Uefa delegation meet FAI to discuss governance
FAI interim CEO Rea Walshe and Sport Ireland CEO John Treacy have welcomed the visit.
# Abbotstown
Boost for Irish athletics as Dublin wins bid to host European Cross Country
The event will come to the National Sports Campus in Abbotstown in 2020.
# Abbotstown
'You should have seen the look on the players' faces': Cricket Ireland open new €700,000 training centre
The first phase of the project is complete, but the big piece of the jigsaw remains the development of a national stadium.
# Everyone Is Welcome
GAA insists National Games Centre at Abbotstown is not just for Dublin teams
Páraic Duffy believes it would have been ‘unthinkable’ for GAA to turn down facility.
# Abbotstown
The GAA insist new €12 million national training facility in Abbotstown is not just for Dublin
The new facility was officially opened yesterday.
# Going For Gold
We took a tour of the new €4 million training centre for Ireland's Olympic hopefuls
More than 180 athletes will train at the high performance centre on the National Sports Campus.
# Home Sweet Home
Home improvement: New digs for Irish swimmers on the Abbotstown sports campus
Barry Murphy and Bethany Carson will live in the redeveloped accommodation on the National Sports Campus.
# Investment
FAI to receive $500,000 FIFA grant for Abbotstown project
The Government will also provide €500,000 for the National Sports Campus in Dublin.
# Best Laid Plans
Brady: 'The culture of football in this country is wrong'
Irish football needs to rethink its approach if it wants to produce good young players, argues Liam Brady.
# Euro 2012
Done deal: FAI and players agree Euro 2012 bonus payments
“In recognition of the wider economic climate, the players were happy to agree to a reduction in qualification payments made in 2002,” a joint statement said this evening.
# Picture perfect
Your almost symmetrical picture from the national swimming championships... of the day
Taken earlier today, a general view of competitors preparing for their heat during the morning’s action at the Aquatic Centre, Abbotstown.
# Row
Roddy Collins prepared to bring FAI to court over 'freedom of speech'
Monaghan United boss Roddy Collins will bring the FAI to court if they press ahead with plans to fine him €500 over comments he made on RTÉ Radio.
# Out in the Cold
No further questions: RTÉ presenter “banned” by the FAI
The FAI is refusing to deal with sports host Des Cahill, according to reports.
# Go West
Galway United win licence appeal
Monaghan likely to stay in First Division after decision at Abbotsown this morning.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Graeme McDowell out to take his chance, end of the road for The Bull and Real Madrid players pull a fierce stroke. You have to see this.