Saturday, February 27, 2021
Liam Kelly THE Michael Davitt Museum in Mayo has recently published a brilliant comic book on the life of Davitt, beautifully illustrated by artist Maeve Clancy. Naturally, Celtic are given many honourable mentions as Michael Davitt laid the first sod of...
CELEBRATIONS in Scotland to mark the feast of St Brigid are set to continue in the face of the obstacle of the Covid-19 pandemic. Traditionally a time for the Irish community to gather together to celebrate St Brigid, events in...
THE year of 2021 will see celebrations and events to reflect on the legacy of St Columba as Scotland and Ireland approach the saint’s anniversary in December. The Colmcille 1500 partnership will see involvement from Bòrd na Gàidhlig and Foras...
Ian Colquhoun HIBS nicked a point in their most recent match, away to Celtic, thanks to a late Kevin Nisbet equaliser which tied the match at 1-1. David Turnbull had given the hosts a 1-0 lead with a stunning free-kick, which...
Robert McGlone SAD news came out of Tannadice recently as United announced the death of club legend Jim McLean (above) who died at the age of 83 after a long battle with illness. “Jim was an integral part of our history...
Edward Brady WELL Willie Mullins is on his way to becoming the Champion Trainer once again after having a great run with 16 winners over the Christmas period, including Concertista (above)—winner of the Mares Novice Hurdle at Cheltenham last...
Davy Rispin EVEN in the most extraordinary of years, there are three things still assured in life—death, taxes and Dublin capturing the Sam Maguire. Granted at the start of 2020 not too many people would have predicted they would do...
Mickey Mullan FOR years the Irish and alcohol have gone hand in hand. Not only were we famous for producing fine drinks, but our history is littered with songs, stories and poetry about the water of life. From Whiskey in...
Johnny Foley IT BECAME very clichéd to wish upon the end of 2020. The year where the world essentially stopped, and as welcome as that New Year’s rendition of Auld Lang Syne will have been, there still remains a sense...
THE vile anti-Irish and bigoted abuse that was hurled at Celtic players as they arrived at Ibrox Stadium (above) is now the subject of a Police Scotland investigation—although no arrests were made despite the close proximity of officers to...
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