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# Across the water

Last year
2022
# Across the water
Michael O’Leary says the UK's energy price cap is 'nuts' and could 'bankrupt' its economy
O’Leary was speaking at a reception in Dublin to celebrate Ryanair’s 35 years in business.
# Across the water
No shortage of Irish involvement as new Championship season kicks off this weekend
11 Girls In Green internationals are set to feature.
# Across the water
Irishmen impress on both sides but McEneff stars as Hearts win in Scottish Cup
Connor Ronan scored a wonder goal for the losing side, St Mirren.
All time
# Flying the flag
Kiernan continues Liverpool goal-scoring form, Connolly downs Birmingham's Irish Seven
There were two Irish scorers on a busy night of Continental Cup action.
# Across the water
Thomson leads Scottish Open after father's heart scare, contrasting fortunes for Irish pair
Leona Maguire made a steady start, while Stephanie Meadow withdrew due to injury.
# Across the water
'Proud to be British' and launching this weekend, GB News will be available in Ireland
The new 24-hour news channel has been described as the UK answer to US news networks.
# Going Well
Ireland's Aine Donegan eliminates leading qualifier to reach last 32 of Amateur Championship
The Lahinch golfer led the charge on a good day for the Irish contingent.
# Across the water
Irish international at centre of storm as strugglers Birmingham charged for playing suspended Littlejohn
‘The club unequivocally supports Littlejohn and attribute this to an administrative error,’ a statement from the Blues reads.
# timeline
Boris Johnson says he doesn't see an Irish border poll happening for 'a very, very long time'
The UK Prime Minister was speaking on a new BBC programme about the centenary of Northern Ireland.
# Across the water
Jamie McGrath's brace helps St Mirren to comfortable win as Meathman's superb season continues
The former Dundalk star has been immense for St Mirren.
# Across the water
Queen Elizabeth and President Higgins share St. Patrick's Day wishes and mark visit anniversary
The queen’s 2011 visit to the Republic of Ireland was the first by a British monarch.
# Across the water
Good news for Irish contingent in Scotland as women's top-flight football allowed return
Several Irish internationals are on the books of Glasgow City and Celtic.
# Across the water
McCarthy remains unbeaten at Cardiff and Judge scores stunning free-kick in Ipswich win
Nine games without defeat for the ex-Ireland boss.
# Across the water
Under-fire Celtic and runaway leaders Rangers both win on busy night for Irish in Scotland
St Mirren’s Irish contingent impressed again, while Cork youngster Jaze Kabia scored his first Livingston goal.
# Across the water
Only two Premier League clubs able to host fans under new Covid regulations
A mutant strain of the virus has led to a number of regions which were previously in Tier 2 being subject to tighter curbs.
# Across the water
Irish involvement as Brighton friendly and Super League clash among test events for return of fans in England
Sporting events will welcome a limited number of spectators over the coming weeks.
# Not good enough
Rangers take top spot in Scotland - but Gerrard unimpressed with 'very sloppy' finish
The Ibrox outfit maintained their 100% start against St Johnstone last night.
# Across the water
All mail across Ireland and England will be stamped with Jack Charlton's name for the next three weeks
It is the first time An Post and Royal Mail have come together on a collaboration.
# jumping the gun
Michael Gove congratulates 'taoiseach-elect Micheál Martin' in House of Commons
Martin could be taoiseach in the next fortnight but Gove has gotten his congrats in early.
# back at it
Premier League to monitor training and publicise tests, planning underway for Liverpool trophy presentation
‘Project Restart’ is a go – and all eyes are on Jurgen Klopp’s Reds as they hope to wrap up the silverware.
# Irish Eye
English women's top-flight season could finish at a neutral venue
12 Irish internationals play their football in the Women’s Super League.
# Across the water
FA under fire after English non-league seasons voided, but committed to completing FA Cup
The FA Cup and Women’s FA Cup will still be completed if possible, the FA has assured.
# Across the water
Exeter Chiefs win thrilling clash with Saracens to regain Premiership top spot
Sarries mounted a late push but were unable to avoid losing to Rob Baxter’s side at Sandy Park this afternoon.
# Pauw Patrol
Boost for Ireland as star duo Kiernan and Campbell return with Euro 2021 qualifier around the corner
18-year-old Tyler Toland made her Man City debut, while there’s some concern for key defender Louise Quinn.
# Across the water
Boris Johnson denies misleading the queen and says NI-Scotland bridge would be 'very good'
Yesterday, a Scottish court found that Johnson’s prorogation was “unlawful”.
# Across the water
Ireland U21 and Shamrock Rovers full-back completes move to England
Trevor Clarke has joined Rotherham United on a three-year deal.
# Across the water
Promising 19-year-old Bolger heads on loan to Cardiff City from Shamrock Rovers
The Ireland U19 midfielder will join the Bluebirds until the end of this season.
# Across the water
Mary Lou McDonald says Brexit impasse is a 'specifically English' political issue
The Sinn Féin leader says that the solution will not come from Ireland.
# magic plane
3 LOI players who made the move to Britain in 2018 and 3 who might in 2019
Who will join the likes of Graham Burke and Ronan Curtis abroad next year?
# Across the water
A UK newspaper said that Theresa May 'loathes' Leo Varadkar, but Simon Coveney says it's 'nonsense'
Coveney denied that May and Varadkar do not talk directly.
# teenage dream
Done deal? 16-year-old Hoops keeper joins Manchester City on €400k deal - report
Gavin Bazunu is set to make the move after sitting his Leaving Cert.
# Across the water
Ireland's Player of the Year seals Super League switch to Birmingham City
Harriet Scott has signed for the Blues on a one-year deal.
# Across the water
A British-Irish top-level meeting is happening for the first time in 11 years, but what is it about?
The meeting is supposed to be “regular and frequent”.
# Across the water
'We're one United Kingdom' - Theresa May describes EU plans as an Irish Sea border
May says that the EU’s ‘backstop’ plan is not acceptable.
# Across the water
'I was heartbroken to leave Newcastle but coming back to Ireland was the best thing that happened to me'
Lee Desmond is enjoying an impressive fourth season at St Patrick’s Athletic having spent two years at the Magpies as a teenager.
# Across the water
Clare teenager makes his debut for Mick McCarthy's Ipswich - and impresses
Barry Cotter made the move to the Championship outfit from Limerick FC in January.
# Across the water
First loss in English Premiership since September for Exeter as Saracens close gap
Sarries took full advantage of Exeter’s loss to Newcastle.
# Irish Abroad
From Westport and Inchicore to Peterborough - Conor O’Malley’s journey is just getting started
Former St Patrick’s Athletic goalkeeper Conor O’Malley talks about settling into life in League One following his move to Peterborough United.
# Across the water
3 League of Ireland players who made the move to Britain in 2017, and 3 who could follow in 2018
Who will join the likes of Sean Maguire and Kevin O’Connor abroad next year?
# made the boat
'At my age it was an opportunity I couldn't turn down' - Leaving Dundalk for Scotland
After four successful seasons with the Lilywhites, David McMillan signed for St Johnstone last week.