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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Big Apple

This year
New York state of mind follows manager McGeeney up to Carlow
After achieving New York’s first ever win in the Connacht championship, preparations have been difficult for the Exiles.
All time
'I'm very proud of myself for just taking this leap' - Cork dual star taking life as it comes in NYC
Hannah Looney has moved Stateside for work and plans to stay until next summer, at least.
Galway hurling star joins New York footballers' backroom team for 2020
Johnny Glynn is the big name in new manager Gerry Fox’s set-up.
James Horan confident Mayo can avoid distractions in New York and come out on top
The Exiles’ boss Justin O’Halloran is ready for ‘the best team in Ireland’ though.
Mathieu Bastareaud to join Major League Rugby's New York
The Toulon man will join New York Rugby United for a season before seeing out the final year of his contract with his parent club.
Irish-influenced New York to make mark on Major League Rugby in 2019
Paddy Ryan is one of a big contingent of Irish players involved in the club’s first season.
New York agonisingly denied historic championship win by last-gasp Leitrim in extra-time
Leitrim kicked two points in the final minute of stoppage-time in extra-time to seal the win.
Irish connections aplenty as New York gets its first professional rugby club
We spoke to founder James Kennedy and second row Dave Gannon about Rugby United New York.
Missing out on the New York game due to exams and listening to Marty Morrissey's commentary on the radio
Sligo defender Kevin McDonnell was one of the players to miss out on the game due to his studies.
'I think it's unfair London get in and we can't': New York boss calls for qualifier route
Justin O’Halloran’s charges are hoping to claim a maiden championship victory at Gaelic Park against Sligo on Sunday.
Katie Taylor's NY dream on hold after promoter 'threw his absolute toys out of the pram'
The Bray boxer was set to fight in Madison Square Garden on St Patrick’s weekend.
New York is getting safer: Murders and shootings are at their lowest level for 25 years
The murder rate is dropping in New York, as it starts to rise dramatically in cities like Chicago.
'I wasn't expecting that out here!' - Galway player strikes gold in New York raffle
Tom Fahy won return flights from New York to Dublin, match tickets and accommodation for All-Ireland final weekend
That "crippling and potentially historic” storm turned out to be neither of those things
Mayor De Blasio is insisting his dire warnings were a “no-brainer”… The storm is having in impact further north, however.
New York doctor tests positive for Ebola
Craig Spencer had recently returned from Africa.
The 10 most expensive homes for sale in New York City
If you have to ask the prices, you can’t afford them.
Mayo write their own Bronx Tale
The Connacht champions enjoyed a comfortable win in New York
Mayo are Big Apple bound - 'It's a cool setting over there and New York is a class city'
Aidan O’Shea reckons cost should not come into the debate over whether New York’s involvement is worthwhile.
New York GAA chairman 'disappointed' in Liam O'Neill's comments over future of the US side
The GAA President yesterday raised the possibility that New York may cease to participate in the All-Ireland senior football championship.
Lar and the Lotto: 8 ways Corbett could have spent his $$$ in New York
Lar Corbett says he didn’t win a share of Wednesday’s jackpot — but we’ve made him a “to do” list just in case.
O'Neill promises plenty of notice on New York final plans
Developing facilities and juvenile structures is the priority in the Big Apple, GAA President Liam O’Neill says.
Snapshot: Brogan brothers quick on the draw in New York
The Dublin stars are in New York with the GAA All-Star trip.
The Daily Fix: Sunday
Your round-up of the day’s biggest stories, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed…
Introducing: the 32 contestants in this year’s Rose of Tralee
Which of these 10 Irish and 22 international entrants are ‘lovely and fair’ enough to become the 53rd Rose of Tralee?
Apple's now worth as much as every Eurozone bank, put together
For a short time yesterday Apple’s market capitalisation was higher than the combined value of every single bank in the Eurozone.
Apple (briefly) becomes the world's most valuable company
Apple is now worth 39 times as much as it was ten years ago – and yesterday overtook ExxonMobil as the biggest cheese.
Lads on tour: Van Persie and Cesc get snap happy in New York City
The Arsenal duo were having a right old laugh in the Big Apple recently and here’s the pictures to prove it…
Ireland to play Italy in New Jersey again?
Giovanni Trapattoni may face his own country as FAI eye American double-header this summer.