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A FACILITY embedded in the hearts of many in Scotland GAA, Pearse Park—located in Cambuslang—has fallen on hard times in recent years. Far from the place that welcomed Tyrone vs Dublin in 1996, it closed in 2005 in desperate...
Ian Colquhoun MARCH saw Jack Ross’s Hibernian side play just three matches, all of them away from home and all three games producing very different outcomes for the green jerseys. Yet the Hibees remain very much ‘the best of the...
Davy Rispin I RECENTLY spoke to Mark O’Reilly for the We are Meath Podcast. If you are not aware of who Mark O’Reilly is, he was Man of the Match in the 1999 All-Ireland Final between Meath and Cork. O’Reilly...
Robert McGlone IT'S NOT quite ‘job done’ yet for Dundee United in their mission to secure their Premier League status as they will see out the final fixtures in the bottom section of the league. It looks comfortable enough on paper,...
Ian Dunn AT THE end of a Six Nations like no other, there were mixed emotions all round. The Welsh had won but were being denied a Grand Slam by France at the death. The French were second again but...
HIBS columnist for The Irish Voice, Ian Colquhoun, has written a follow-up to his previous acclaimed book on the Edinburgh club, From Oblivion To Hampden, which culminated in the club’s successful League Cup-winning season of 1991/92. Ian is a disabled...
Edward Brady WELL, what can I say about Cheltenham? It was a great festival for the Irish in terms of the winners. Willie Mullins had six winners, Henry De Bromhead also had six and Gavin Cromwell had two. Technically, Gordon...
Ciarán McMullan CALORIE deficit is a term that is used a lot in the fitness industry and has been over complicated to the point where so many have given up trying to understand it. It is, simply put, consuming less...
Liam Kelly GAELIC games are an essential part of Irish culture. The ancient sports played a significant role in Ireland’s political history, symbolising an idea of nationhood and unifying a divided country after the horrors of the Civil War. In...
THE departure of Neil Lennon from Celtic has provided a further and final sign that not all was well with Celtic this season. In fact, very little—if anything—was as should be expected. The manager has departed, the CEO is on...
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