The 2019 Irish Flat Racing season begins at Naas on Sunday where the €100,000 Tote Irish Lincolnshire is the most valuable event on the eight-race card. The season was launched on Wednesday afternoon at the stables of 2-time Epsom Derby winning trainer John Oxx.
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The next step on the 2019 European Tour circuit brings the players from Kenya to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia for the $3m Maybank Championship. Making his first ever appearance in the event is the new European Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington.
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Leo Scullion will referee this year’s Betfred World Snooker Championship final for the first time, having successfully battled cancer.
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The Cardiff Blues have swooped for RBS Six Nations Player of the Tournament nominee Josh Adams following his superb showing for Wales in their Grand Slam success.
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Gordon Elliott, last years winning trainer, leads the way with a whopping 34 entries out of 110 for the BoyleSports Irish Grand National which takes place at Fairyhouse racecourse on Easter Monday, April 22.
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On the day Aidan O’Brien sent Kew Gardens over to plunder the St Leger at Doncaster, two English-trained horses took Group 1 honours on Day 1 of the Longines Irish Champions weekend at Leopardstown.
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Cricket Ireland launched their new state of the art High Performance Centre in the National Sports Campus in Abbotstown yesterday afternoon. This new world-class facility will be the envy of many countries, as it was built through significant research from many of the world’s best cricketing facilitates. Continue reading “Cricket Ireland hit the big-time with launch of new High Performance Centre”
When you think about cricket you think of Lords, the Oval, Lahore, Sydney, Melbourne, Sabina Park, Eden Gardens, Centurion Park, Port Elizabeth, Headingley, the Gabba and Karachi’s Kensington Oval to name but a few. Not many, if any at all, would say Reykjavík!
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Ireland kicked off their World T20 qualifying campaign with a 7-wicket victory over Thailand in Utrecht.
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Braehead Clan have announced that the club will undergo an extensive re-brand and will now be known as the Glasgow Clan. They will also incorporate an exciting new club logo which will take pride of place on the front of their 2018/19 jerseys. Continue reading “Braehead re-brand to be known as Glasgow Clan”