Templeogue basketball player Lorcan Murphy gives Andrew Barnes an insight into the hard work and dedication that it takes to be a top basketball player in Ireland
Henry Phipps & Lee Shields find out about Jugger and look at how the only two teams in Ireland are trying to make the sport popular
Lebron James has done the seemingly impossible. No, that’s not make it out of the streets of Akron, Ohio, raised only by a single mother to become arguably the second greatest basketball player of all time … instead, he has managed to get better in year fifteen of his career. Better might be an overstatement,
This week’s edition sees host Leo McGuinn joined by regulars Shane O’Brien, Sean Meehan, Scott Howe and Daniel Osborne to look over Ireland’s play-off failure, Tony Pulis’ sacking and the seemingly unstoppable Manchester City, as well as looking at the insipid Irish rugby display against Fiji.
Dublin City Council’s proposed redevelopment of Dalymount Park is currently in the process of procuring a consultant to appraise the redevelopment project. Following a Freedom of Information request, Dublin City Council Administrative Officer Jackie O’Reilly has said that the appraisal will “examine all aspects of the project and will guide Dublin City Council on the
“Just to say, thank you very much for giving us the space,” Danish manager Age Hareide sarcastically said following Denmark’s 5-1 drubbing of the Republic of Ireland, before going on to say, “they [Ireland] made it a little bit easy for us.” To have an opposition manager make comments of that ilk about a fellow