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Henshaw and Wall are the big winners at this year's Irish Rugby Players Awards
The virtual ceremony was held this afternoon.
Ireland captain Laura Delany wins ICC Player of the Month
The all-rounder beat Ireland team-mate Gaby Lewis and Mary-Anne Musonda of Zimbabwe to October’s prize.
Last year's winner Byrne up for PFAI Player of the Year with Lopes and Grant
Bohs winger Danny Grant has also been nominated for the Young Player of the Year award alongside team-mate Dawson Devoy and Brandon Kavanagh of Shamrock Rovers.
Jack Byrne and Celtic's Lee O'Connor among FAI Player of the Year Awards winners
The full list of men’s and women’s underage winners were announced today.
Mayo star Rowe named AFLW Irish Player of the Year
The Collingwood player came out on top ahead of Aisling McCarthy and Cora Staunton.
Outstanding players and managers of the U20 provincial football championship awarded
Dublin, Kerry, Galway and Tyrone were represented among the winners, which were announced today.
'A man who refuses compromise' - Man United great Cantona to receive Uefa President's Award
The Frenchman will be honoured for putting ‘his heart and soul into supporting the causes he believes in’.
Cavan woman who provides round-the-clock care for her parents awarded Carer of the Year
Paula Robinson cares for her mother who has Alzheimer’s disease and her dad who has bowel cancer.
"Let’s move beyond symbolism" - Dáil votes unanimously to recognise the State of Palestine
The motion calls on the Government to change Ireland’s official position.
Minister Reilly honoured by World Health Organisation for his work against tobacco
The Health Minister says it’s important that we do all we can to prevent people from taking up smoking.
After six years living in limbo, Natig Sadygov declared stateless
Natig now hopes that his pending application for Irish citizenship will be processed swiftly.
Andrews, McCarthy and Brady scoop prizes at FAI awards night
The annual ceremony was held at RTE earlier tonight.
Humanist marriage ceremonies on track to being legally recognised
Currently, humanist ceremonies are not recognised – but an amendment to the Civil Registration Bill 2004 is expected to change this.