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# Making a mark

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'I know I've made my family proud and that will always do for me'
From a Premier League debut at 19 to his move into full-time coaching, Mark Yeates reflects on his career.
David Moyes watches Ireland youth star Oko-Flex shine with West Ham hat-trick
The 19-year-old has caught the eye since arriving at the club from Celtic this summer, finishing pre-season as the U-23′s top scorer and also finding the net for the first team in a friendly at Celtic Park.
Culture Night: 'People are waking up to the idea that diversity makes for really interesting art'
Culture Night Dublin will feature over 200 online and offline events, taking place on Friday 18 September.
Ireland U19 international scores as Arsenal finalise preparations for Wembley clash with Liverpool
Mark McGuinness helped the Gunners to overcome MK Dons.
The Irishman who set up a goal for Robbie Keane on his Premier League debut at 19
Now 34, Mark Yeates reflected on his career in the game on the latest episode of The Football Family podcast.
'People with intellectual disabilities were made feel their stories weren’t as valuable as the next person's'
Mark Smith, who has Down Syndrome is performing in a new show about his life, written by Shaun Dunne.
Australia women's captain Patu banned for biting arm of international team-mate
Video footage was damning for Patu, though the minimum sentence for the offence was halved by the disciplinary committee.
Byrne still hungry for more after upsetting Premier League opposition
The Gillingham midfielder played a pivotal role as the League One side dumped Cardiff City out of the FA Cup.
City boss believes playing in Cork has cost McNulty an Ireland call-up
John Caulfield feels Mark McNulty wouldn’t have missed out if he represented Dundalk or a club in Dublin.
WATCH: Daryl Horgan scores his second goal for Preston North End
The Irish player joined Preston along with Andy Boyle from Dundalk FC at the start of this year.
Marker to market for €40 million
Investor plans to sink any dividends back into Irish commercial property.