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# Year in Review

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# say that again i dare you
10 buzzwords from 2014 that are still ringing in our ears
“Dox me on the cloud and I swear I will blow the whistle on you, you spornosexual troll.”
# County Highlights
4 Connacht titles in-a-row and a rugby resurgence - Mayo's 2014 sporting highlights
There was the usual heartbreak for Mayo fans but also a lot of positives.
# Year in Review
13 best Irish football moments in 2014
John O’Shea, Stephanie Roche and Dundalk all enjoyed great years.
# Year in Review
Facebook is sorry for making people relive bad memories with Year in Review posts
The feature has been much more than just annoying to some people.
The 15 viral videos you guys shared the most in 2014
Hey readers! Here are the vids you liked the most.
# Interview
'I'd been on the streets since I was 13... Football helped me to believe in myself'
Thomas O’Dwyer and James Traynor of the Irish Homeless World Cup team chat to about overcoming obstacles.
# welcome to bizarro world
12 really strange things that happened in 2014
“Where people throw ducks at balloons, and nothing is the way it seems.”
# Year in Review
‘The other teams obviously thought nothing of us’ – Revisiting the Ireland U19s’ historic success
We look back on a momentous year in Irish women’s soccer.
# garden county
Katie Taylor's gold and odds-defying cricketers - Wicklow's 2014 sporting highlights
Also, Leo Cullen retired and Paul McShane played in an FA Cup final at Wembley.
# why god why
The 16 stupidest things that happened on the internet in 2014
Halt the planet, please. This is my stop.
# let it go
14 things we'll be delighted to leave behind in 2014
If 2015 means a new start free from these things, BRING IT ON.
3 LOI players who made the big move to England in 2014 and 3 who could be next
Brian Lenihan’s move to Hull and more of the league’s brightest prospects.
'If you have an obsession with Roy Keane, he hasn't disappointed you in 2014'
The Ireland manager showed some of his customary wit at the RTÉ Sport Awards last night.
# Zeitgeist
This 2014 Year In Review video has an ending that will floor you
Wait for it. It’s only 70 seconds away.
# Year in Review
How Roy Keane and Martin O’Neill restored our faith in Irish football in 2013
The duo had a positive impact on supporter morale when they took over the national side earlier this year.
# County Highlights
8 of Tipperary’s best sporting moments in 2013
It’s the turn of the Premier County.
# you told us
The 10 most popular comments on in 2013
From drink-driving in Kerry to Bertie Ahern getting attacked, here are the comments which got the most thumbs up from other readers this year.
# Review 2013
Here are our top 10 most commented-on articles in 2013
From abortion to same-sex marriage, here are the stories which got you talking this year.
# Stars
5 rugby players whose reputations soared in 2013
We’ve picked out five men who were unstoppable forces this year.
# pics of the year
The 39 photographs that took our breath away this year
From Commander Hadfield to Batkid, here are the most striking photographs from 2013.
# world of celebs
12 actually honest things celebrities said in 2012
Those rare moments of clarity? We’ve picked out the best of them.
# Memories
Manning, Peterson, Pagano: 2012 a year to remember in the NFL
The past 12 months in American football have been characterised by a series of remarkable comebacks.
# review 2012
Moments that restored our faith in Ireland in 2012
We’re quite fond of this place.
# review 2012
Tweets, tablets and patents: 2012 in tech
Has Apple peaked? Has Microsoft lost its way? Is Twitter just here for the tax? Was Instagram worth the $1bn?
# Review 2011
#ge11, #Egypt, #tigerblood: the year in Twitter hashtags
From our own #aras11 to the devastation of the #Japan earthquake and tsunami, here’s how some of 2011′s most defining events were captured on Twitter…