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# the-42-reads - This year 2022

The coaching evolution continues. How can we sustain it?
# The 42 Reads
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# The 42 Reads

The coaching evolution continues. How can we sustain it?

Feb 19th 2022, 8:00 AM 15,185 Views 1 Comment

Stephen Poacher, Ciaran McLaughlin and Pa Ranahan on the evolution of coaching within the GAA.

# the-42-reads - Last year 2021

'It might have been a World Cup quarter-final but we were prepared to go on strike'
# Moral Victory
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# Moral Victory

'It might have been a World Cup quarter-final but we were prepared to go on strike'

Oct 17th 2021, 8:00 AM 33,296 Views 6 Comments

This weekend 30 years ago, Ireland’s rugby players considered strike action before their World Cup quarter-final. Instead they nearly caused a sensational upset.

How the AIL's inaugural season created a superstar and the modern Munster
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# The 42 Reads

How the AIL's inaugural season created a superstar and the modern Munster

Apr 4th 2021, 9:26 AM 34,042 Views 24 Comments

Three decades on from Cork Con’s triumph in the first AIL, Garry Doyle reflects on the impact that season had on Irish rugby.

'He did the jobs you don't get huge praise for. He was world-class at those things'
# The Bull
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# The Bull

'He did the jobs you don't get huge praise for. He was world-class at those things'

Mar 16th 2021, 8:00 PM 45,616 Views 9 Comments

John Hayes was indispensable for Munster and Ireland across the course of a decade.