Soccer - Tuesday 17 November, 2015
Meanwhile, Munster’s clash with Stade Francais has been postponed and the Tipperary hurlers were hit by another retirement.
The film documents the story of bisexual boxer Emile Griffith.
The Corkman is loving his time with the international set-up but still plans to return to club football in the future.
Both supporters and armed police are out in force.
The defeat of Holland in 2001 and other memorable occasions for the Boys in Green.
Ireland’s credit unions are not averse to financing the holiday of a lifetime.
The Welshman has long been linked with a return to the Premier League.
Martin O’Neill’s number two also believes Euro 2016 will be a better tournament with Ireland fans there.
The star striker felt Bjorn Kuipers’ performance left a lot to be desired.
Daily Mail reporter Ian Ladyman described the game as Martin O’Neill’s “moment of triumph”.
It’s not too long ago when the future seemed incredibly bleak.
England, Spain and France are among the teams that the Boys in Green could meet.
Also, when does the draw take place and how does the 24-team format work.
The Irish team avoided the temptation of playing for a 0-0 draw against Bosnia last night.
“Send you a postcard they said, enjoy your holidays they said!”
While Ireland can’t move out of pot 4, pots 2 and 3 can change dramatically.
Because the bad nights are there so often we may as well enjoy the good ones.
Even the garda helicopter joined in the fun.
O’Neill gets his tactics spot on as Ireland clinch a place at Euro 2016, while Bosnia prove to be toothless.
The pair had been due to meet in Brussels this evening.
Martin O’Neill’s men secured their passage to France after beating Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-0 last night.
Robbie Brady celebrates a dream come true against Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Björn Kuipers awarded Ireland what looked a dubious penalty in the first half.
‘It’s the nights that you live for’ – O’Neill thrilled for ‘fantastic bunch of players’ and ‘exceptional’ Walters
Ireland’s manager also singled out right-hand man Roy Keane for his contribution throughout the campaign.
We did it the hard way, says Walters as he savours European Championship return.
Soccer - Monday 16 November, 2015
The Boys in Green secured their place at the Euros with a 2-0 victory over Bosnia.
The Corkonian had high praise for Ireland’s two-goal hero Jon Walters.
The Ireland forward spoke of his immense pride at helping the country to Euro 2016.
We’ve got something in our eye.
Jon Walters’ second ensured a famous win for the Boys in Green.
Ireland have qualified for Euro 2016. Who’s taking the horse to France?
What a night at the Aviva.
It appears that some supporters in the Bosnian end did not observe the silence.
The Boys in Green currently lead Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-1 on aggregate at the Aviva Stadium.
The former Ireland international is currently living in France.
Here’s what Monday had to offer, sports fans.
Ireland’s hopes of qualification for next year’s finals in France hang in the balance going into the second leg against Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The captain of Les Bleus admitted he and his team-mates had doubts about whether to play Tuesday’s friendly against England.