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# Moving Forward

This year
Late scoring run powers All-Ireland champs Ardscoil Rís into Dr Harty Cup semi-finals
The Limerick school had five points to spare over their Templemore opponents.
Last year
Rodgers backs misfiring Leicester to turn Premier League season around
Leicester are bottom of the Premier League after one win in nine games.
All time
100 fans permitted to attend club and inter-county games from Monday, GAA confirms
A maximum of 200 spectators can attend matches at grounds where the capacity is 5,000.
Dalymount Park redevelopment to progress following announcement of government grant
It’s hoped that the 6,000-seater stadium will open in time for the start of the 2025 League of Ireland season.
FAI avoid insolvency as EGM members vote to approve rule changes
The vote avoids another crisis at the Association, and allows the FAI draw down funds from a €20 million State bailout.
'It's good to be back' - Former Mayo star relieved to reopen family business as lockdown eases
Mortimer Quarries resumed their operations on Monday.
The League of Ireland's future will be decided at a convention in Dublin next month
FAI General Manager Noel Mooney today chaired a ‘positive’ seminar where all 20 clubs were represented.
'There is winning and there's learning, and this is a massive learning for us'
Ireland captain Katie Mullan thanked the home crowd for their support throughout the FIH Series tournament in Banbridge.
Fine margins in attack and defence play on Larmour's mind
But the 21-year-old is desperate to absorb the lessons in defeat and finish the season on a high with Leinster.
'We believe we're on our way to greater things. We believe in Munster Rugby'
The southern province believe they have improved since their last semi-final defeat to Saracens.
Hungry Conan thrilled to slot back in alongside O'Mahony and Stander
The Leinster number eight is hoping to get more game-time in Cardiff next week.
Cullen: 'Toulouse win a really important step for a lot of Leinster players'
The eastern province may have been depleted by injuries, but they again demonstrated an unrivalled strength in depth to march towards the Champions Cup quarter-finals.
Disbanding of the B&I Cup represents real opportunity for AIL to grow
Joe Schmidt recently said the club game is “the base” rugby in Ireland is built on.
'One of the things I got from Rassie was when he said, 'they played so well and then in May, fell a bit short''
Johann van Graan has enjoyed a good few months in the job and now hopes to bring Munster to the next level.
'To have come here and won, we need to start believing in ourselves a bit more'
Ian Keatley hopes Munster will take huge confidence from Sunday’s win over Leicester and use it to mount a challenge for trophies this season.
10 U21 footballers who could make their mark in the All-Ireland senior championship
These players caught the eye in the U21 grade. Can they now do it at senior level in the 2017 championship?
Cannabis users to be fined as Israel approves partial decriminalisation of drug
First time users will now be hit with a €255 fine instead of a conviction.
After nine-year wait, Ireland to strengthen rights of people with a disability
A bill has been approved by Government which will enable ratification of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Red-hot Ballyhale and Rower-Inistioge book Kilkenny senior hurling semi-final places
2015 Hurler of the Year TJ Reid was prominent for Ballyhale Shamrocks as AFL-bound Darragh Joyce caught the eye for Rower-Inistioge.
Irish legal firm makes breakthrough in push for VW emissions compensation
The company is currently paying out a €13.9 billion settlement to customers in the United States.
Governing body for MMA could take 5 years as Ireland aims to replicate Swedish model
John Kavanagh talks us through the ins and outs of recognition.
Foley says he hasn't met Munster's new director of rugby Erasmus yet
The southern province’s head coach appeared to be put out by the appointment.
Enda Kenny has had a 'very good and very constructive' talk with the Green Party
The Taoiseach made the comments at an EU leaders’ summit in Brussels today.
Could the British do business with a Sinn Féin government?
Relations between the two governments in London and Dublin have never been better, the British ambassador told us this week.
Shortlist for Tipperary International Peace Award announced
Those shortlisted include Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental, Médecins Sans Frontiéres and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
Ryan fires two goals as Waterford defeat Dublin in All-Ireland minor quarter-final
Waterford now advance to the All-Ireland semi-final stage.
Captain Conroy on Galway relief as they survive late Tipperary goals to win
Manager Alan Mulholland admits that Galway have room for improvement before next weekend’s showdown against Kerry.
Tommy Bowe admits changes were needed in Ulster
The Ireland international wing thinks Les Kiss is ‘a great appointment’ for the province.
No new coach planned for Limerick hurlers after departure of Donal O'Grady
TJ Ryan and Paul Beary will take charge of coaching before their Munster opener against Tipperary.