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February 2023
# Refugees
Minister asks sports bodies to help provide refugee accommodation during 'time of extreme need'
Sports Minister Catherine Martin has written to over 70 sporting bodies and organisations to seek assistance.
Last year
# All in
Northern Ireland have 'nothing to lose' in final group game against England
England have already qualified for the knockout stages as Group A winners in Euro 2022.
All time
# slick move
This team goal from All-Ireland champs Limerick yesterday was a thing of beauty
A fantastic move was finished by Séamus Flanagan at Nowlan Park.
# more than ever
Full list of 13 double-header fixtures confirmed ahead of 2019 leagues
The LGFA have released the details this afternoon – with twice the amount from 2018 on the cards.
# All in
Clean sweep for the provinces tees up riveting European quarter-finals
Irish rugby’s good health has been underlined in the Heineken Cup and Challenge Cup.
# All in
John O'Shea backs former team-mate Solskjaer to take permanent United job
He’s making ‘a hell of an impression to get the job,’ the Reading defender said ahead of their FA Cup clash.
# one for all
Trump says US is committed to NATO after allies commit to increase their spending
“The US were not treated fairly, but now we are. I believe in NATO.”
# Good Try
Despite having the third-best bid, the government isn't giving up on the Rugby World Cup
A government spokesperson said it is “not going down without a fight” adding it will “fight until the very end to get this bid”.
# Tone deaf
This Cleveland Cavaliers in-game 'skit' has landed the team in hot water
The video has been widely criticised.
# Basebrawl
10 players ejected after bench-clearing minor league baseball brawl
The Reno Aces and Albuquerque Isotopes fell out in spectacular fashion last night.
# pitching in
Fancy being Munster's press officer? If so, Paul O'Connell wants you!
One of your duties will be to prevent him from facing Gloucester on this hefty grass mower.
# Full Tilt poker
Fears remain over Full Tilt jobs despite takeover 'deal'
The Groupe Bernard Tapie says it has provisionally agreed to buy the poker website – but will offer shareholdings to its users.
# Full Tilt poker
Hundreds of Dublin jobs at risk as Full Tilt Poker loses licence
Hundreds of jobs could be on the line, following the decision of a Channel Islands gambling regulator to withdraw the site’s licence.
# All in
Fears for Dublin jobs as poker site is labelled a 'global Ponzi scheme'
Prosecutors in New York have alleged that the owners and management of Full Tilt Poker took customer cash for themselves.