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Sunday 24 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Shamrock

All time
Jack Byrne on target again as Shamrock Rovers leave Sligo with a win
The Hoops keep the 100% start to the season in tact with Aaron McEneff and Aaron Greene also on the scoresheet.
Big win for Waterford as ex-Everton forward downs 10-man Rovers after Burke wonder-strike
The First Division champions are up to second in the table thanks to two goals from Courtney Duffus at the RSC.
Burke the match winner as 10-man Shamrock Rovers enjoy away success against Limerick
The visitors triumphed at the Markets Field.
Bohemians stage second-half comeback to see off Rovers in Dublin derby
A Dan Casey double helped Keith Long’s side to a 3-1 win at a sold-out Dalymount Park tonight.
The New York Times had to issue a correction after using a four-leaf clover for Ireland instead of a shamrock
The drama!
Shamrock Rovers close the gap on top-four with well-deserved victory over Seagulls
The Hoops scored two unanswered goals against Bray Wanderers at Tallaght Stadium this evening.
Tosi strikes at the death to earn Limerick a draw in Tallaght
Roberto Lopes has opened the scoring for Shamrock Rovers.
The business behind the one-day-a-year shamrock industry
Ireland’s national plant is shipped all over the world for St Patrick’s Day.
Watch: Enda's 'lecture' to Donald Trump on immigration
A speech by Enda Kenny last night has drawn a lot of international attention.
Fun poll: Are you wearing an actual sprig of shamrock today?
Your daily bite-sized ballot break.
Pressure on Enda Kenny to speak out against Trump travel ban during shamrock ceremony
It’s not going to be all green ties and shamrocks today at the White House.
10-man Derry claim big win in Tallaght as Rovers frustrated
Derry captain Ryan McBride scored the crucial goal.
McDonald’s new ad for its 'Irish' Shamrock Shake features Stonehenge and bagpipes
“bagpipes are Scottish and Stonehenge is in England you muppets”
Shamrock Rovers v Bohemians, SSE Airtricity League Premier Division
Two of Dublin’s biggest rivals met at Tallaght Stadium this evening.
'I was up watching my young fella train with the U8s and all the parents are saying to me ‘Bohs this week''
Having both lost on the opening night of the season, the two Dublin rivals lock horns at Tallaght Stadium.
Miele inspires Shamrock Rovers to 3 points as Longford go home empty-handed
The Hoops attacker scored one and set up another at Tallaght Stadium.
Guinness got the shamrock wrong on their Paddy's Day ads in Toronto
But, thanks to the vigilant Irish in the city, they will be fixed immediately.
Guinness got the shamrock wrong on their Paddy's Day ads in Toronto
But, thanks to the vigilant Irish in the city, they will be fixed immediately.
Miele breaks Bray hearts late on as Rovers end four game winless streak
A late free-kick saved the day after a forgettable game in Tallaght.
Shamrock Rovers old boys Finn and Gannon on target as Dundalk edge closer to title
Stephen Kenny’s men earned a 2-0 win at Oriel Park tonight.
Miele's on wheels to deliver victory for Shamrock Rovers in Drogheda
The winger’s first half strike gave the Hoops licence to play on the break for most of this game.
Rovers return to winning ways at Galway's expense
Kieran Marty Waters scored the crucial goal for the visitors.
Ex-Hoops striker comes back to haunt his old club as Bohs claim derby bragging rights
Substitute Dean Kelly wrapped up another superb win for Keith Long’s men at Dalymount Park tonight.
5 goals and 2 red cards as Hoops close the gap with comfortable win
Shamrock Rovers remain unbeaten this season after getting the better of Derry City at Tallaght Stadium.
Dara Ó Briain is educating the masses on shamrocks like the patriot he is
A shamrock has three leaves, not four.
Irish scientists etch the tiniest shamrock you will ever see*
*with the aid of a Helium Ion Microscope, that is.
Here is the week's news... skewed
Breaking via TheMire wire: Government concern over threesomes, Gardaí to be microchipped – and how Uzis could have prevented the bailout…
Premier League kick-off: Six Irish players to keep track of this season
The talent cup is hardly overflowing but if most of these men can fulfil their potential then Brazil in 2014 may not be a distant dream.
Summer Tour Diary: All Blacks talk up O’Driscoll, Kearney and not much else
Eoin Reddan is amazed by Tiger Woods’ winning charge and Simon Zebo sticks out ‘like a sore thumb’.
5 pieces of career advice we learned from Charles Handy
The influential Irish-born workplace philosopher is to make a rare appearance in Dublin next month.
How did the White House shamrock event first start?
In pictures: Shamrock sessions at the White House.
In pictures: Iconic sites go green for St Patrick's Day
From San Francisco’s Coit Tower to the Leaning Tower of Pisa, check out the world sites to have already ‘gone green’ for Ireland’s national day.
Here's the ex-Goldman Sachs partner with a shamrock tattooed on his bum
Peter Kiernan lost a bet with his son and had to take a trip to his local tattoo parlour…
New Jersey cancels Patrick's Day parade for "dishonouring" the day
After 34 arrests at last year’s parade, the St Patrick’s Day parade in Hoboken, New Jersey has been cancelled. The mayor had criticised the “unacceptable” levels of property damage and crime on the day.
5 things that were bothering Charlie Haughey in 1981
State papers show that while he was only Taoiseach for half the year, Haughey found a number of issues to get riled up about.
The sports week in pictures
Reminisce about the sporting week that was with our slideshow of the best images from the last seven days.
Poll: How will you be celebrating your Irishness tomorrow?
Tomorrow’s St Patrick’s Day – the one day of the year when you get to remember how it feels to be proud to be Irish. So let us know how you think we should be celebrating it.