Three Changes to Irish Team to Face Wales for Grand Slam
Wednesday, 18th March 2009
IRELAND TEAM & REPLACEMENTS (v Wales, 2009 RBS 6 Nations Championship, Millennium Stadium, Saturday, March 21, kick-off 5.30pm):
Jerry Flannery, Tomas O' Leary and Jamie Heaslip return to face Wale... Read On >>
Portumna and Kilmacud take St Patrick's Day Honours
Tuesday, 17th March 2009
Galway side Portumna had an emphatic victory over De La Salle Waterford in today's All Ireland Club Hurling Championship in Croke Park. The final score was 2-24 to 1-8 with Damien Hayes and Joe Cannin... Read On >>
Grand Slam Still On - Ireland Beat Scotland
Saturday, 14th March 2009
Scotland - 15
Ireland - 22
Ireland march on ! Dreams of a first grand slam in over 60 years live on as Ireland doggedly beat Scotland in Murrayfield this evening. A well taken try by substitute Ja... Read On >>
Ireland beat England 14-13
Saturday, 28th February 2009
Ireland did just enough to beat England at Croke Park this evening in a bruising encounter.
Ireland seemed to be in no trouble, leading 14-6 with two minutes to go and England down to 14 men. But t... Read On >>
Kidney keeps faith with same Ireland team to face England
Wednesday, 25th February 2009
There are no changes to the starting Ireland team to play England at Croke Park this Saturday from the side that beat Italy in the last round of the RBS Six Nations Championship.
Paddy Wallace has f... Read On >>
Ireland beat Italy in hard fought win
Sunday, 15th February 2009
Italy - 9
Ireland - 38
Don't be fooled by the scoreline, this was a tough and bruising encounter in Rome today. Italy had much the better of the early exchanges, leading by 6-0 and 9-7 throughout ... Read On >>
Ireland hold off Georgia
Wednesday, 11th February 2009
Ireland - 2
Georgia - 1
Ireland beat Georgia this evening in Croke Park, despite going 1-0 down in the first minute.
Two late Robbie Keane goals, one from the penalty spot after a debatable han... Read On >>
Ireland Superb !
Saturday, 7th February 2009
Ireland - 30
France - 21
Ireland beat France in a sensational rugby match in Croke Park this evening. Many wondered which French team would turn up and it wasn't long before we found out... it was... Read On >>
Toaiseach addresses Dublin Chamber of Commerce
Friday, 6th February 2009
Addressing the annual general meeting and dinner of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, the Taoiseach Mr Brian Cowen T.D. reiterated the Government position that "there could be no economic recovery witho... Read On >>
Dublin Airport Closed
Thursday, 5th February 2009
Dublin Airport has once again been hit by the weather, the second time this week.
Snow is not expected to continue into tomorrow morning and flights are expected to resume as normal.
In the mean... Read On >>