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# preparations

This year
Kenny names 22-man squad for Bristol training camp
Ireland face Greece in Athens before hosting Gibraltar in Euro 2024 qualifiers next month.
Ireland announce second World Cup warm-up friendly against Zambia
The Girls in Green will also face France before jetting off to Australia.
Last year
'We qualify and suddenly there is a lot of players with Irish backgrounds emailing you'
Vera Pauw is hoping to make use of the November international window if the FAI can afford it.
Cheltenham begin watering on New course ahead of Festival
Weekend decision will be made on Old course.
All time
Mayo name side without several key players after being hit with Covid issues
‘Mayo GAA are currently working with the HSE on a number of Covid-19 related queries amongst members of the county senior football panel.’
Italy U21 squad isolating after two positive Covid-19 tests ahead of Ireland qualifier
Jim Crawford’s side are due to face the Italians next Tuesday, as they go in search of a place at the European Championships.
Driving licence applications nearly treble in a month as Road Safety Authority steps up Brexit warnings
The RSA has been warning UK driving licence-holders to exchange them for Irish licences before Brexit.
Ireland fall short against Finland as preparations for U17 European Championships continue
Colin O’Brien’s side will face Finland again in their final international friendly on Monday in Tallaght.
Brexit: A stormy week for Britain as UK firms issue warnings and move HQs
Sony and Dyson this week announce that they were moving their headquarters out of Britain.
A busy day for Bohemians as they announce a litany of signings for next season
Keith Long is piecing together his plans for the 2018 campaign.
Ireland mount late comeback to beat World Cup opponents Japan at UCD
It was a valuable exercise for Tom Tierney’s side at the start of a six-day training camp.
Getting winter ready: Councils stockpile salt in preparation for icy conditions
Following the cold snaps of 2009 and 2010, some councils said they are well prepared for the icy conditions ahead this winter.
Dunne included in 29-man Ireland squad to face Austria and Sweden
The defender had been a doubt for next month’s qualifiers.
Irish players must stay calm tomorrow night - Trapattoni
Ireland are set to play England for the first time in 18 years on Wednesday.
McIlroy, Tiger head field for WGC Match Play
The top 64 in Monday’s world golf rankings were set for the showdown near Tucson but exact brackets will not be established until Sunday.
World Cup 2014: Brazil to launch major anti-crime operation
The South American country is aiming to curb trafficking along its borders before next summer’s Confederations Cup.
Baku to host inaugural European Games
EOC president Pat Hickey told AFP that the new event was not intended to rival the Olympic Games.
Shatter says Government is prepared for 'unpredictable' Irish winter
At the start of this winter 210,000 tonnes of salt will be available and are strategically located across the country.
Ready to go: Down GAA backroom teams finalised for 2013
Niall Moyna has joined Down’s football side, while Paul Flynn is now part of the county hurling management team.
London 2012: Morrison disappoints in Olympic warm-up
The athlete produced a below-par display in Hamburg earlier today.
British military carry out security tests ahead of Olympics
The training includes the deployment of one weapon it hopes it never has to use