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Wednesday 1 February 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# girls in green

All time
# coygig
Irish internationals on target across the water, as Campbell makes long-awaited Liverpool debut
Louise Quinn scored for Birmingham in the WSL, while Niamh Fahey and Rianna Jarrett found the net in the FA Cup.
# girls in green
O'Leary in line for debut as Ireland side is named for inaugural RDS outing
Adam Griggs has unveiled his matchday 23 for Friday night’s Test against the USA in Ballsbridge.
# girls in green
Ireland squad announced for upcoming World Cup qualifiers
Vera Paul has named 27 players for the clashes against Sweden and Finland.
# girls in green
Lucy Mulhall handed Ireland debut for opening World Cup qualifier
The Ireland sevens captain will start in tomorrow evening’s game against Spain in Parma.
# back at it
Ireland's Kiernan returns for West Ham after six-month injury lay-off
The Cavan attacker was out of action with a hamstring injury.
AS IT HAPPENED
Republic of Ireland v Denmark, International friendly
Vera Pauw’s side took on the Danes at Tallaght Stadium as preparations for the 2023 World Cup qualifying campaign ramp up.
# On the Move
Ireland international joins Birmingham City after Leicester departure
The 30-year-old’s deal with the Blues will run until the end of the season.
# coygig
Stunning Ryan Doyle double sends Ireland into University Games quarter-finals as group winners
A 2-1 win over Korea adds to their excellent opening victory against reigning champions Brazil.
# Work to do
'We've made a massive leap forward. The progress has been tremendous'
Now two years in the job, Ireland women’s manager Colin Bell believes his side have come a long way.
# well beaten
Long-range screamer lights up disappointing night as Ireland humbled by Poland
The Girls in Green were on the wrong end of a 4-0 scoreline.
# WNT
LIVE: Watch Ireland's women take on Poland
Colin Bell’s side were involved in a friendly this evening.
# next step
Three wins from three see Ireland's young guns coast into Euro 2019 Elite Round
The dream of reaching next summer’s finals in Scotland is well and truly alive.
# coygig
Ireland striker O'Gorman set to make 99th cap as team named for crucial World Cup qualifier
Currently second in Group 3, Ireland take on Norway in the first of two crucial Women’s World Cup qualifiers.
# girls in green
'We want to upset the big two' - Ireland begin double-header with Norway on World Cup mission
Colin Bell’s side are back in action at Tallaght Stadium this evening before travelling to Stavanger to face the top seeds again on Tuesday.
# rocky road to france
Explainer: How Ireland can still qualify for the 2019 World Cup
Their bid to reach a first-ever major tournament took a hit last night, but it can still be done.
# girls in green
The ex-Donegal GAA star and trainee teacher who became Ireland's latest hero
Peamount United striker Amber Barrett popped up with a first international goal on Friday and she’ll be aiming to bag another tomorrow night.
# Road to France
'The best team in the world on their day' - Ireland prepare to shut out European champions again
Having drawn 0-0 with the Dutch back in November, manager Colin Bell is hopeful of pulling off something similar at Tallaght Stadium tomorrow.
# Making waves
'He has a track record of success and really backs himself. That filters down to the team'
Ireland’s new era begins with the first competitive match under Colin Bell away to Northern Ireland tomorrow.
# road to russia
Ireland's first New Balance home kit has been officially unveiled
The Boys in Green are set to debut the strip next month, but it will be available to buy from 10 August.
# Impressive CV
Women's Champions League winning-manager named as new Ireland boss
Colin Bell will begin his new role as Sue Ronan’s replacement from Monday, it has been announced this morning.
# Second best
Ireland's women lose out to the French in front of 11,158 in Perpignan
The Girls in Green were defeated 18-6 in the Six Nations tonight.
# girls in green
'Ireland squad is probably the strongest it has ever been in terms of talent coming through'
We speak to Chelsea star Niamh Fahey and Glasgow City’s Clare Shine as they prepare to face Spain in Thursday’s Euro 2017 qualifier in Dublin.
# girls in green
Stephanie Roche strikes for late, late winner to keep World Cup chase alive
Sue Ronan’s side can sneak second place in Group 1 — but even that looks unlikely to be enough for a playoff spot.
# gals in green
Joe Schmidt and Katie Taylor look on as Ireland Women win final World Cup warm-up
Philip Doyle’s side had too much class for Wales in Malahide this afternoon.
# girls in green
Ladies first as Ireland's top female coaches get chance to shine, says Stephanie Roche
International manager Sue Ronan and Peamount United boss Eileen Gleeson are taking their Pro Licence at the moment.
# girls in green
13-year-old set to become Ireland's youngest cricketer after Twenty20 call-up
Lucy O’Reilly is hoping to help her country into the T20 World Cup three months before her 14th birthday.