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Tomane hoping an injury-free run will allow him to find rich vein of form
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Tomane hoping an injury-free run will allow him to find rich vein of form

Nov 6th 2019, 6:25 AM 5,934 Views 8 Comments

After a nightmare run of luck in France, the Wallaby’s first season in Leinster was disrupted by hamstring injury.

'I thought football was going to be there forever…then I found out I was pregnant'
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'I thought football was going to be there forever…then I found out I was pregnant'

Sep 13th 2018, 7:55 PM 41,467 Views 1 Comment

Dublin’s Amy Connolly on balancing football, motherhood, work and college ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland final.

16 seasons of AIL rugby come to an end for the record-breaking Barry Keeshan today
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16 seasons of AIL rugby come to an end for the record-breaking Barry Keeshan today

Apr 14th 2018, 7:00 AM 17,002 Views 3 Comments

The Dolphin stalwart broke the AIL points scoring record last season and will knock over the final additions to it this afternoon.

'We didn't have a game, so Jamie went to play with our seconds on the back pitch in Monkstown'
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'We didn't have a game, so Jamie went to play with our seconds on the back pitch in Monkstown'

Mar 3rd 2018, 8:00 AM 43,073 Views 9 Comments

Tony Smeeth tells The42 about the free-wheeling, big-carrying, ball-playing Jamie Heaslip he coached for four years in Trinity.

One fan watching Kerry-Dublin has been at All-Ireland finals for the last 70 years
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One fan watching Kerry-Dublin has been at All-Ireland finals for the last 70 years

Sep 20th 2015, 9:00 AM 7,098 Views 9 Comments

Kilkenny man Michael O’Broin attended his first All-Ireland hurling decider in 1945.