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Wednesday 22 March 2023

# American Dream

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# American Dream
Billy Walsh sets USA on their way as all three of his team are fancied to qualify for Rio
Lightweight Mikaela Mayer has emerged as a credible Olympic rival to Katie Taylor, while old foe Adriana Araujo will represent the host country.
# F**kin Bullshit
Living in America! Galway don't know if Johnny Glynn will be back hurling this year
Micheál Donoghue “hopeful” that star forward will play some part in 2016 campaign.
# American Dream
Paul Dunne off to a flying start on his PGA Tour debut
Greystones golfer three shots off the pace at the Farmers Insurance Open.
# American Dream
Robbie Keane and Stevie G are going to get along just fine judging by last night's performance
In a galaxy far, far away…
Watch the WWE's emotional tribute to Dusty Rhodes from last night's Money in the Bank
The WWE gave the legend a fitting send off during last night’s PPV.
# American Dream
Kevin Doyle is set for his Rapids debut versus the Whitecaps today
Hon Wexford!
# college boy eh?
In pictures: Penn State train at UCD ahead of Croke Park Classic
This ain’t Beaver Stadium.
# American Dream
Ireland's top tennis player is one win away from the US Open main draw
James McGee faces Ze Zhang in New York later today.
# going pro
Ambitious McWilliams pursues American Dream of coaching with Yale
The young Irish coach is heading for the States after four years with Ireland Women.
# American Dream
Brian McGuire saddles up and leaves Kerry panel for equine job in Kentucky
After three years with the Kerry senior footballers the defender has emigrated to America.
# American Dream
Millionaire NFL star earns extra living working at convenience store
Brian Hartline recently signed a $31m deal with the Miami Dolphins, but is working at the US equivalent of the local Londis.
# American Dream
Manchester United fans' trust voice Glazer concerns
“It looks like business people who are looking after themselves first and foremost and not custodians of the football club.”
# American Dream
Croke Park blow as Rooney's Steelers confirmed for London NFL game
Stadium director Peter McKenna says that the NFL’s decision to stage a second Wembley game in 2013 does not weaken Ireland’s future chances.
# US Open
Serena Williams made to fight for fourth US Open crown
The home favourite was pushed all the way by No 1-ranked Victoria Azarenka at Flushing Meadows on Sunday night.
# Go West
'He'll be missed' -- Gaelic Players Association rues Sheridan's shock decision to emigrate
US-bound Meath forward calls time on his football career.
# American Dream
Croke Park still ‘optimistic’ on 2013 NFL date
American Football bosses are still considering a game on Jones Road next year, worth in the region of €50m to the Irish economy.
# American Dream
Bad news: No NFL game for Dublin in 2012
The NFL has confirmed that the game between the St Louis Rams and the New England Patriots will be the only game played in Europe next season.
# American Dream
Top NFL delegate gives Croker the thumbs-up
American football bosses reveal that they were “very impressed” on their visit to Jones Road last week.
# American Dream
'No negotiations' with Croker yet about Dublin game, say NFL chiefs
League officials will visit Drumcondra this week – but Dublin is one of several stops, according to gridiron chiefs.
# American Dream
McIlroy and G-Mac miss out on World Cup glory
Americans edge out the rest as Irish duo let final-round lead slip away.
Novak Djokovic v Conor Niland
The Limerick man faced the world number one in the Arthur Ashe Stadium this evening. It didn’t go to plan.
# American Dream
A galaxy far, far away: the ins and outs of Robbie's 'dream' move Stateside
Ian Walsh takes a look at what the move will mean for Robbie, for the LA Galaxy and for the Republic of Ireland.
# Done Deal?
Robbie races to complete Galaxy move as US transfer window slams shut
Are Robbie and Claudine heading for the west coast?
# American Dream
Robbie Keane linked to LA Galaxy move
Sources at ESPN have said that the deal to sign Keane to the US side is “already done by all accounts”.
# American Dream
Coming to America: Rory reveals US U-turn
McIlroy says he fancies playing on the US tour again and is even house-hunting in Florida.
# American Dream
Going west with Barcelona
The Catalan giants are in the United States for a series of pre-season matches. Our man Paul Ring made it to their first press conference along with, y’know, Xavi and Shakira’s Gerard Pique.
# American Dream
Chase after Rory begins at Congressional
Can he stay our in front? The second day of the US Open gets underway with Holywood man Rory McIlroy in the lead.
# American Dream
Return of the Mc: Rory out to take advantage of Tiger's absence
With the former world number one at home in front of the telly this weekend, one Holywood man wants to fill his Nikes.
# American Dream
Pádraig back in the swing as Mathis takes lead in Memphis
After an injury-enforced break, Harrington makes satisfying return to action.
# American Dream
Ireland to play Italy in New Jersey again?
Giovanni Trapattoni may face his own country as FAI eye American double-header this summer.
# American Dream
Egan gets going in Miami
Ireland’s Olympic silver medalist had his first bout in the World Series of Boxing last night.
# American Dream
Go west: what happens when Trap looks to US-born players?
As Giovanni Trapattoni flicks through a New York-area phonebook in search of ‘Irish-sounding names’, American soccer blogger Elliott Turner asks ‘where will all this recruitment business end?’