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Bottle’s on the rampage in new Who Needs Enemies?

EOIN HANCOCK has the worst friends imaginable, who get him into scraps that are both illegal and near life threatening, and they are about to throw him into more mayhem.

Eoin Joyce — Clonbur to the core

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Eoin Joyce has been steeped in Gaelic football all his life. There was no avoiding it, it is in his DNA.

Leinster Colleges senior hurling A quarter-finals

St Kieran’s College put their Provincial and All-Ireland titles on the line as they square up to north Dublin College on Saturday.

Hunger and freshness the key to James Stephen’s ninth county

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The famed James Stephen’s club are no strangers when it comes to winning Kilkenny county titles but you still got the sense that last Sunday’s well-deserved victory over Ballyhale Shamrocks was extra special.

All-Ireland crown for Mullingar’s Robbie McCarthy

Robbie McCarthy created his own bit of history by becoming the first Westmeath handballer to win the All-Ireland softball crown.

Gaffney tournament success for Eoin Kennedy

Mayo was at the centre of the Irish handball world last weekend with not one but two major sporting events attracting large attendances and much to talk about. While the game’s top seniors did battle over two days at the second John Gaffney memorial tournament in Ballaghaderreen, girls of all ages had a weekend event all to themselves with the inaugural Go Handball Tournament at six Mayo venues on Saturday and Sunday.

Club championships in full swing

This year’s senior club championships sponsored by Hibernian City Bar and Grill

Pre All-Ireland media night focuses on the drive for five and player injuries

On Monday night last the local and national sports media gathered in Langtons Hotel, Kilkenny, for the pre All-Ireland senior hurling press night.

Kilkenny handball legend ‘Ducksy’ ready for McCarthy challenge

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When Westmeath’s Robbie McCarthy takes to the court against Kilkenny legend, Michael ‘Ducksy’ Walsh on Saturday next, any hero worshipping will be left outside the alley.

Castlebar man shaving dreads for charity

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Eoin Heverin, son of Paul and Joy Heverin (The Irish House), is to bravely chop off his full head of dreadlocks, which he has grown for the last decade, in aid of two charities.


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