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# breaking boundaries

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'She hopes it encourages young girls to get into the game' - world-class Dublin teen the focus of new film
‘Seven Feet Nine and a Quarter Inches’ maps the meteoric rise of Katie Sheldon as she makes waves on the darts scene.
NFL official Sarah Thomas makes history with Super Bowl appointment
Thomas will become the first woman to officiate in a Super Bowl.
'A huge career ahead of her' - 13-year-old sensation called into Ireland training camp
Jessie Stapleton – remember the name.
Another record-breaking crowd turns out to Tallaght for Ireland's World Cup qualifier
There were 4,047 fans watching on as they lost to The Netherlands.
'I would never have thought it would be possible. I would have said, 'Absolutely not''
Trailblazing referee Joy Neville looks back through the past few months, and years, of breaking boundaries and smashing firsts.
Henderson history as Buveur D'air storms home to claim Champion Hurdle
Irish trainer Gordon Elliott has also started the Cheltenham Festival with a bang, claiming a hat-trick on day one.
Working 9-5 and beating the professionals: Eoin Morton looking to repeat last year's Rás feat
Eoin Morton spoke to The42 about fitness, his hectic life and THAT Rás stage win last year.
Galway youngster Manning signs new deal with QPR following impressive run
The deal keeps him at Loftus Road until the summer of 2019.
Munster Council confirm U25 hurling championship
A similar format could be introduced for football
Ellen Keane's remarkable journey from self-conscious 'girl with one arm' to Paralympic medallist
The 21-year-old’s outstanding efforts were rewarded at her third Paralympics with a bronze medal.
Diver Oliver Dingley advances to semi-final of men's 3m springboard
The Harrowgate native saved his best dive of the day for last to qualify in 13th position.
Breaking boundaries and changing the game - how Ireland are defying their amateur status
It’s a huge month for the Ireland cricket team as they look to qualify for the ICC World Twenty20 with their application, hard work and determination an example of why women’s sport in this country is thriving on a largely amateur footing.
Windies win further evidence Ireland aren't prepared to bow to the established order
This side aren’t afraid to go against the tide in order to receive greater recognition.
VIDEO: Meet the footless footballer impressing Barcelona
11-year-old Gabriel Muniz from Rio is hopeful football will be a Paralympic sport by the time he grows up.