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#billy stickland

# billy-stickland - Sunday 28 January, 2018

'People think sports photography is a glamorous game': 30 years behind the lens

We spoke to Inpho founder Billy Stickland as his agency completed a third decade of supplying stunning sports imagery.

# billy-stickland - Sunday 15 February, 2015

The Lansdowne Road Riot of 1995: an oral history

When Ireland and England faced off on a football pitch in 1995 we didn’t make it to half-time. This is what happened on an infamous night in Dublin 4 in the words of players, media and fans.

# billy-stickland - Sunday 4 January, 2015

Why trust is the key to some of Ireland's finest sports photography

Forget about selfies and setups, these men capture true emotion behind the closed doors in Irish sport.

# billy-stickland - Tuesday 23 December, 2014

The story behind this euphoric picture of Brian O'Driscoll retiring a champion

We spoke the man who captured the iconic moment.

# billy-stickland - Friday 27 December, 2013

The story behind great Irish sports pics: Ray Houghton, 1994

One of the moments of USA ’94 was captured by photographer Billy Stickland.

# billy-stickland - Thursday 26 December, 2013

The story behind great Irish sports pics: Kevin Heffernan, 1989

We asked photographer Billy Stickland about the iconic photo of the late Dublin football manager.

# billy-stickland - Sunday 8 December, 2013

New book features some of Ireland's great sporting images

‘Heroes’ has been released to commemorate 25 years since Inpho was founded by renowned photographer Billy Stickland.

# billy-stickland - Thursday 14 June, 2012

The Snapper: When Danny Boy was the Irish national anthem at the Rugby World Cup

Photographer Billy Stickland has followed the brightest and best in the world of sport for the past four decades and has some great stories to tell.