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Jason Redmond

A 21-year-old from Wexford, Jason is a final year English and History student at the University of Limerick.

Paul Pogba: “I Could Have Gone To Real Madrid Or Barcelona”

HULL, ENGLAND - AUGUST 27: Paul Pogba of Manchester United reacts during the Premier League match between Hull City and Manchester United at KCOM Stadium on August 27, 2016 in Hull, England. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

In an interview with SFR Sport in France, Paul Pogba has spoken about his former transfer options and the reasons that he opted to return to Manchester United.  The Manchester United midfielder admitted that he could have ventured to either Real Madrid or Barcelona, as they were both interested in signing the player before Mourinho snapped him up: “It is …

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Kilkenny Star TJ Reid Has Performed A Complete Turn-About On His Attitude To Gyms

TJ Reid celebrates after the match 6/9/2015

Current Kilkenny hurler and seven-time All-Ireland winner, TJ Reid, will be opening a own new gym in 2017.  The news came from TJ Reid’s LinkedIn account, where he expressed his delight in announcing that a new gym is currently in progress: “After a lot of work and sleepless nights wondering will my new business adventure succeed so today I’m delighted to announce …

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The Combined Tipperary And Kilkenny XV Since 2010

Tipperary Kilkenny

It is without a doubt that Kilkenny vs Tipperary has one of the fiercest rivalries in hurling. We have seen both teams perform at their best, and we have witnessed some terrific, pulsating games. The two old foes have faced off seven times in the championship this decade. From those games, we have picked our best fifteen and in turn, we have …

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Austin Gleeson Is Not The Only Sporting Superstar In His Family

Austin Gleeson celebrates scoring the first goal of the game 13/8/2016

Although Waterford locals may already be aware, Austin Gleeson is not the only one in his family with a sporting talent. The Waterford hurler came to prominence in 2016 as he emphatically showcased his talent in Waterford’s quest for All-Ireland glory in both senior and u21 hurling games throughout the year. In turn, he claimed numerous awards for his outstanding …

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Slaughtneil’s Fixture Change Approved Thanks To Cuala

Slaughtneil Hurling

Today, Ulster champions Slaughtneil were handed a boost ahead of their All-Ireland semi-finals as their fixture change was approved by the GAA’s Central Competitions Control Committee in Croke Park, Dublin. Derry and Ulster champions, Slaughtneil, have been granted a change of date to their previously congested fixture list. The All-Ireland Club Senior Hurling Championship semi-final will now be played on February 24 …

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James Milner Discusses Liverpool’s Merseyside Derby Win Against Everton

Liverpool's English midfielder James Milner shouts at the fans following the English Premier League football match between Everton and Liverpool at Goodison Park in Liverpool, north west England on December 19, 2016.

Monday’s Merseyside derby certainly didn’t live up to expectations, but a win is a win, and overall that’s all that matters. Liverpool’s 1-0 derby win keeps them in a strong title-contending position heading into January.  Liverpool clinched a victory against the Evertonians in the 94th minute of the game, with Sadio Mane popping up to seal the deal for the Reds. In a …

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Senan Kilbride Announces Roscommon Retirement

Senan Kilbride Roscommon

Roscommon football has been dealt a blow today with the news that star forward, Senan Kilbride, has announced his retirement from inter-county action. The St.Bridgid’s clubman made his debut with Roscommon in the Allianz League in 2005, but it was not until three years later until he made his championship debut with the Rossies. He played the majority of his career in the …

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