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#War of Attrition

# war-of-attrition - Saturday 13 March, 2021

'Michael just said, 'I'm paying Mouse to train him, I'm paying you to ride him, it's yere decision'
# Conor O'Dwyer
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# Conor O'Dwyer

'Michael just said, 'I'm paying Mouse to train him, I'm paying you to ride him, it's yere decision'

Mar 13th 2021, 10:00 AM 48,754 Views 7 Comments

Conor O’Dwyer only won four races as a jockey at Cheltenham. Two Gold Cup and two Champion Hurdles made for an impressive strike rate though.

# war-of-attrition - Thursday 16 June, 2016

Another game down, another man down: Powerful lock Gallagher the latest worry for U20 semi-final
# War Of Attrition
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# War Of Attrition

Another game down, another man down: Powerful lock Gallagher the latest worry for U20 semi-final

Jun 16th 2016, 12:12 PM 4,743 Views 3 Comments

A shoulder injury has claimed an Irish player in each of their three games so far in the tournament.

# war-of-attrition - Friday 28 November, 2014

'The bottom of a collapsed scrum isn't a nice place to be' - Connacht's Buckley
# War Of Attrition
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# War Of Attrition

'The bottom of a collapsed scrum isn't a nice place to be' - Connacht's Buckley

Nov 28th 2014, 8:00 AM 13,321 Views 6 Comments

Denis Buckley measures himself every day at Connacht training against three international props.

# war-of-attrition - Friday 26 April, 2013

Pro12: O'Donohoe try snatches late draw for Connacht
# War Of Attrition
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# War Of Attrition

Pro12: O'Donohoe try snatches late draw for Connacht

Apr 26th 2013, 9:37 PM 2,592 Views 5 Comments

The western province claimed a hard fought 23-23 draw in Treviso.

# war-of-attrition - Monday 14 March, 2011

Irish racing's finest hour: Cheltenham, 2006
# Irish Invasion
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# Irish Invasion

Irish racing's finest hour: Cheltenham, 2006

Mar 14th 2011, 4:48 PM 782 Views 0 Comments

The Irish have had some great years at Cheltenham, but one year stands above them all. We whet the appetite by looking back at the horses that made 2006 a year to remember.