Vine: That Australian own goal is worth another look

Nick Smith's own goal late in the fourth quarter gave Ireland a shot of energy before the end of today's International Rules Test, and it was a bit bizarre. Dustin Fletcher is a very sprightly 39, and he was brilliant in the Australian goal all game. He had made a very good save down low to his [..]

Vine: That Australian own goal is worth another look

Nick Smith's own goal late in the fourth quarter gave Irel [..]

Report: Brilliant first half performance helps Aussies to win

Australia 56 (0-17-5) vs 46 (2-9-7) Ireland, International R [..]

Twitter reaction to International Rules contest

It was probably on a bit early in the morning for some peo [..]

Edenderry the venue for Shinty-Hurling/Camogie matches

Ireland and Scotland meet in the 2010 Shinty-Hurling Inter [..]

Report: Brilliant first half performance helps Aussies to win

Australia 56 (0-17-5) vs 46 (2-9-7) Ireland, International Rules Test, Patersons Stadium Perth Western Australia, 5.45pm WA time/9.45am Irish time, Saturday November 22nd. A 35-7 half time deficit proved too high a hurdle for Ireland to mount in Perth this morning, but the Australians were deserv [..]

Vine: That Australian own goal is worth another look

Nick Smith's own goal late in the fourth quarter gave Irel [..]

Report: Brilliant first half performance helps Aussies to win

Australia 56 (0-17-5) vs 46 (2-9-7) Ireland, International R [..]

Twitter reaction to International Rules contest

It was probably on a bit early in the morning for some peo [..]

Edenderry the venue for Shinty-Hurling/Camogie matches

Ireland and Scotland meet in the 2010 Shinty-Hurling Inter [..]

Twitter reaction to International Rules contest

It was probably on a bit early in the morning for some people, but the International Rules Test in Perth caused a decent range of reactions on social media during and after the game. Australia were superb in the first two quarters, their pace, power and excellent kicking skills with the round b [..]

Vine: That Australian own goal is worth another look

Nick Smith's own goal late in the fourth quarter gave Irel [..]

Report: Brilliant first half performance helps Aussies to win

Australia 56 (0-17-5) vs 46 (2-9-7) Ireland, International R [..]

Twitter reaction to International Rules contest

It was probably on a bit early in the morning for some peo [..]

Edenderry the venue for Shinty-Hurling/Camogie matches

Ireland and Scotland meet in the 2010 Shinty-Hurling Inter [..]

Edenderry the venue for Shinty-Hurling/Camogie matches

Ireland and Scotland meet in the 2010 Shinty-Hurling International at Croke Park   Edenderry GAA club is set to host a unique Shinty-Hurling/Camogie event on Saturday. Scottish Universities teams will play opposition from Offaly, and it is the first time the event will be held in the F [..]

Vine: That Australian own goal is worth another look

Nick Smith's own goal late in the fourth quarter gave Irel [..]

Report: Brilliant first half performance helps Aussies to win

Australia 56 (0-17-5) vs 46 (2-9-7) Ireland, International R [..]

Twitter reaction to International Rules contest

It was probably on a bit early in the morning for some peo [..]

Edenderry the venue for Shinty-Hurling/Camogie matches

Ireland and Scotland meet in the 2010 Shinty-Hurling Inter [..]

Nick Smith’s own goal late in the fourth quarter gave Ireland a shot of energy before the end of today’s International Rules Test, and it was a bit bizarre.

Dustin Fletcher is a very sprightly 39, and he was brilliant in the Australian goal all game. He had made a very good save down low to his left from Michael Murphy, before pressure from Ke [..]

Australia 56 (0-17-5) vs 46 (2-9-7) Ireland, International Rules Test, Patersons Stadium Perth Western Australia, 5.45pm WA time/9.45am Irish time, Saturday November 22nd.

A 35-7 half time deficit proved too high a hurdle for Ireland to mount in Perth this morning, but the Australians were deserving winners.

A packed house in Patersons Stadiu [..]

It was probably on a bit early in the morning for some people, but the International Rules Test in Perth caused a decent range of reactions on social media during and after the game.

Australia were superb in the first two quarters, their pace, power and excellent kicking skills with the round ball seeing them into the changing rooms 35-7 ahead [..]

Ireland and Scotland meet in the 2010 Shinty-Hurling International at Croke Park
 

Edenderry GAA club is set to host a unique Shinty-Hurling/Camogie event on Saturday.

Scottish Universities teams will play opposition from Offaly, and it is the first time the event will be held in the Faithful County.

The games are part of the first [..]

The International Rules Test is almost upon us and our final Player Profile this week comes in the sizable shape of Nic Naitanui.

Commonly known as ‘Nic Nat’, at 201 cm (6′ 7″) and weighing 109 kg (17.1 stone), Naitanui is a giant, but he get about the field. And the vertical leap he possesses is something else.

He’s similar to Kieran Donag [..]

Kilmallock vs Cratloe, Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship Final, Gaelic Grounds, Sunday November 23rd 2pm.

Cratloe’s Conor McGrath scores a goal against Sixmilebridge in the 2014 Clare SHC
Cratloe’s amazing double club provincial bid was ended by The Nire last weekend, and Kilmallock stand in their way of winning a first Munster club hurl [..]

Australia vs Ireland, International Rules Test, Patersons Stadium Perth Western Australia, 5.45pm WA time/9.45am Irish time, Saturday November 22nd. (Live coverage on TG4 and on LiveGaelic mobile phone app and Twitter)

Australia and Ireland have a strong connection going back decades and centuries, but on Saturday, that link will be tested for o [..]

Ballintubber vs Corofin, Connacht Club Senior Football Championship Final, MacHale Park Castlebar, Sunday November 23rd 2pm.

Mayo and Ballintubber star Cillian O’Connor
It’s Mayo vs Galway, Ballintubber vs Corofin in this Sunday’s Connacht club decider, and both teams go into the fixture with impressive scoring tallies to their names this year. [..]

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