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03/09/2018 Members of the Dublin All Ireland winning team with Liam Down, 8 months, from Drimnagh during a visit to Our Lady's Children Hospital Crumlin, Dublin where they paraded the Sam Maguire Cup. Photo Gareth Chaney Collins 1 of 15 03/09/2018 Members of the Dublin All Ireland winning team with Liam Down, 8, months from Drimnagh, Sinead Wheatley, 7, & Patrick Wheatley, 11, both from Drimnagh during a visit to Our Lady's Children Hospital Crumlin, Cubl...
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CEO of Sport Ireland John Treacy has said the Ireland women's hockey players did not have to each pay a levy of €550 to represent Ireland at the World Cup, despite reports that they had to because of a shortfall in funding. Speaking on RTÉ’s This Week programme, he said after the Rio Olympics in 2016, Sport Ireland moved to ensure that this levy was not paid anymore. He said they have provided some expense money to the women's hockey team, with €45,000 sha...
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Road closures and restrictions in Dublin for Irish Women's Hockey team reception at City Hall. A number of roads will be closed or restricted this Bank Holiday Monday to facilitate a reception for the Irish Women's Hockey team. The reception for the World Cup finalists will take place at 3pm outside City Hall although traffic restrictions come into play from 10am. A large part of Dame Street will be completely shut for the majority of the day which will ha...
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It’s difficult to describe the searing, scorching heat of London on Friday 3 August, 2018, at the Lee Valley arena, which was part of the London 2012 Olympic complex. Even for someone like me who’s been around a bit and thought driving along the Sahara desert could never be equalled. Yesterday was truthfully the first time I struggled in the heat while on assignment. The press centre, in the former Olympic badminton centre, has as its only ventilation an o...
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The bet on the French to be winning 2-1 at the break and 4-2 at the final whistle was 500/1. A psychic punter from Kildare incredibly predicted both the half-time and full-time scores of the World Cup final, earning himself a cool €10,000 in the process - writes dublinlive.ie Pre-match favourites France saw off Croatia in an entertaining final in Russia to lift to trophy - but few would have imagined the 4-2 scoreline. However, one gambler not only got the...
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30,000 women took to the streets of Dublin today to take part in the 2018 Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon. The event, which took place on a Sunday for the first time in 18 years, saw runners, joggers and walkers of all abilities complete the 10km route and participate in the largest all-female event of its kind in the world. The 2018 Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon was won by Lizzie Lee from Leevale A.C. in Cork in a time of 34.18. Laura Shaughnessy from Dundrum South...
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Such is the pitiful resistance to Dublin within Leinster that Tomás ÓSéhas labelled the provincial championship a "joke". These days the Dubs are practically unstoppable in the race for the Delaney Cup and have won every title, bar one, since 2005 - writes rte.ie Tradition and population would suggestKildare and Meath should be genuine contenders but both were dismissed with ease over the past two seasons, the Lilywhites coming the closest to an upset - th...
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Emma Duffy reports from Parnell Park IT WAS A day to remember for captain fantastic Sinéad Aherne as 2017 TG4 All-Ireland senior champions Dublin added a first-ever Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 title to their cabinet yesterday - writes the42.ie “It’s hard to believe, isn’t it, that that’s Dublin’s first National League title,” manager Mick Bohan reflected after. “Sinéad Aherne is playing 15 years for Dublin and that’s her first National...
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The mother of a young student whose death has been strongly linked to Xanax has demanded an investigation into the rapidly growing use of the powerful anti-anxiety drug. Georgia Jackson, 21, described by her family as a "unique girl with a brilliant sense of humour", took her own life in December 2017, two days after using the drug. A coroner said that Xanax was a significant factor in the Brighton University student's death and warned of the "pernicious i...
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Former Leinster and Connacht second row Damian Browne has opened up on his experiences rowing solo across the Atlantic Ocean - including the shocking moment where he capsized while asleep. Browne traversed 4,800KM from the Canary Islands to Antigua, spending 63 days at sea on his own -writes independent.ie Speaking on The Left Wing podcast, Independent.ie's rugby podcast with Laya Healthcare, Browne told Will Slattery and Luke Fitzgerald everything about t...