Ireland Women Continue Fine Form

Last Tuesday night, the Ireland Women’s team extended their unbeaten run to two games with a hard fought 3-2 victory over Ukraine. Unfortunately, Tallaght Stadium was not full for the game despite many reports of the game being a sell-out. Despite the small crowd, the Irish team put in a fantastic performance and came away with a fully…

Championship 2019- A year in review

The 2019 All Ireland Championships have come to an end for another year. In the hurling, one team went from being ‘over the hill’ to being kings of it once more, while in football, one team continued their monopoly over the rest of the country. The small-ball game may not have lived up to last year’s epic…

Women’s Sport and the Respect it Deserves

As Conor Lane blew the final whistle last Saturday evening, the last of the Five Lamps on Dublin’s North Strand was illuminated in a shade of blue. The prevailing headline across the media was that history had been made. For the first time ever, a team had won five consecutive All-Ireland Championships. This, however, isn’t technically correct….

Rugby World Cup 2019 – Let the Games Begin

(The 72,330 capacity International Stadium in Yokohama which will host the final on the 2 nd of November) With just three days to go to the Rugby World Cup in Japan excitement levels are sending the barometer soaring. With so many sports to choose from in a saturated market in Ireland, it is only in…