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# ireland - Sunday 13 August, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Motorcyclist dies after being involved in crash with car Athlone

Motorcyclist dies after being involved in crash with car

The scene has been preserved for examination by the garda forensic collision investigators.

As It Happened: Ireland v Japan, Women's Rugby World Cup 2017

Ireland pulled off a huge comeback to make it two wins from two against Japan.

From The Daily Edge An Irishman's cutting, in-depth analysis on how The Simpsons got shite is all over the internet Zombie Simpsons
Irish Olympic hero Rob Heffernan announces retirement after 8th-place finish Walking Tall This post contains videos

Irish Olympic hero Rob Heffernan announces retirement after 8th-place finish

The Cork native bowed out after an excellent display at the world championships in London.

From TheJournal.ie 'Yes, I'm Irish': Mixed-race Irish people tell their stories of growing up in Ireland Ethnicity

'Yes, I'm Irish': Mixed-race Irish people tell their stories of growing up in Ireland

The attitudes encountered have changed starkly over recent decades.

# ireland - Saturday 12 August, 2017

A complete guide to Irish footballers playing in the Premier League this season

There will be a record low of Irish players in the Premier League in 2017/18.

# ireland - Friday 11 August, 2017

Almost five months after his horrific leg break Seamus Coleman is back in training for Everton

The defender suffered a double fracture during a World Cup qualifier with Wales in late March.

From The Daily Edge The story of how this Irish physio got Usain Bolt to pose with a Carlow GAA jersey Bolt For Sam

Everton's top four hopes, Irish World Cup contingent and more Premier League talking points

After less than 12 weeks away from our screens, England’s top flight is back.

From TheJournal.ie Climate change behind dramatic shift in timing of Irish floods, study finds Dramatic Impact

Climate change behind dramatic shift in timing of Irish floods, study finds

Winter floods are now occurring the east of Ireland earlier towards autumn than they did 20 years ago.

'We're trying to embrace the expectation and pressure, but it caught us'

A home World Cup isn’t always an advantage.

# ireland - Thursday 10 August, 2017

This Kildare teacher's song about Conor McGregor is taking over Irish Facebook

“A kid from Dublin with more than a dream/He knew one day he’d be the king of the UFC”.

'It starts the minute they get back to the dressing room': Recharging Ireland on a 3-day World Cup turnaround

After a massively physical clash with Australia, today was a day for loosening up in the pool and catching up on calories.

From The Daily Edge This Kildare teacher's brilliant song about Conor McGregor is taking over Irish Facebook You'll Do Nothing

This Kildare teacher's brilliant song about Conor McGregor is taking over Irish Facebook

“A kid from Dublin with more than a dream/He knew one day he’d be the king of the UFC”

From The Daily Edge This 'guerilla gardener' has quietly kept a garden on the Bray cliff walk for 25 years, and it's beyond dotey Guerilla Gardener
From The Daily Edge This photo of the tallest player in the Women's Rugby World Cup standing next to the shortest player is delightful Long And Short Of It
From TheJournal.ie The weather is looking pretty good for the weekend Sunny Side Up

The weather is looking pretty good for the weekend

It’ll be mainly dry with sunny spells and some scattered showers.

# ireland - Wednesday 9 August, 2017

'Ugly' win a beautifully firm foothold in the tournament for Tierney Wrwc 2017 This post contains videos

'Ugly' win a beautifully firm foothold in the tournament for Tierney

’19-17 against Australia might look good in a few days’ time,’ says the Ireland head coach.

Magnificent Maz and more talking points as Ireland begin the World Cup with a bang

The Wallaroos were unforgiving opposition, but Ireland dug deep to take a vital victory on opening night.

As it happened: Ireland make seriously hard work of Australia but open WRWC with win

Ireland face Australia in their opening fixture at the Women’s Rugby World Cup on home soil. Follow us for updates.

Slick Winiata hat-trick helps Black Ferns gloss over set-piece struggle with Wales

The diminutive fullback got on the end of three of New Zealand’s eight opening day tries.

'At the end of a World Cup, you need to sleep for about a week'

Former Irish rugby international Sarah Jane Belton reflects on her memories of the 2006 World Cup.

Set-piece, structure and incessant work-rate critical for Ireland in home World Cup opener

The Wallaroos will carry a direct threat and no little pedigree into UCD tonight, but all Irish cylinders are primed to fire.

# ireland - Tuesday 8 August, 2017

Leading the charge for women in sport: How important this World Cup is

Sinead Finnegan, who plays for Dublin and works for Teneo PSG, shares her thoughts on the eve of the WRWC.

Former Irish international worries for inexperienced players ahead of World Cup

Tania Rosser spoke about her concerns on the eve of Ireland’s first Pool C fixture.

From TheJournal.ie ESPN wrote a big feature on Conor McGregor and its depiction of Dublin is getting torn to shreds The Projects Of Crumlin

ESPN wrote a big feature on Conor McGregor and its depiction of Dublin is getting torn to shreds

“Crossing the wrong street has traditionally been reason enough for an ass-whipping.”

Talking over as Ireland Women prepare to take hold of jersey and Australia

This week has been anything but normal for Claire Molloy, but she knows the drill from here on.

Ireland team named for World Cup opener against Australia

Tom Tierney’s side begin their campaign against the Wallaroos tomorrow evening at the UCD Bowl.

From The Daily Edge ESPN wrote a big feature on Conor McGregor and its depiction of Dublin is getting torn to shreds The Projects Of Crumlin

ESPN wrote a big feature on Conor McGregor and its depiction of Dublin is getting torn to shreds

“Crossing the wrong street has traditionally been reason enough for an ass-whipping.”

# ireland - Monday 7 August, 2017

From The Daily Edge Only True Irish Geography Buffs Will Get Over 80% In This Quiz Quiz

Only True Irish Geography Buffs Will Get Over 80% In This Quiz

Get out your Folens Geography textbook for this.

From TheJournal.ie Walkers invited to journey along five ancient routes and pick up their 'Pilgrim passport' Exploration

Walkers invited to journey along five ancient routes and pick up their 'Pilgrim passport'

The event takes place over Heritage Week this month.

# ireland - Sunday 6 August, 2017

From The Daily Edge How Well Would You Have Done On The Den's Quizone? Enter Quizone

How Well Would You Have Done On The Den's Quizone?

Nominate your runner.

From The Daily Edge This Tyrone barber's explanation for closing early is the definition of 'sorry, not sorry' Sorry Not Sorry

This Tyrone barber's explanation for closing early is the definition of 'sorry, not sorry'

“Went to pub. Can’t really apologise.”

# ireland - Saturday 5 August, 2017

This Limerick horse owner's gas interview on At The Races is the talk of the internet

“Hopefully there’ll be a miracle here today and as I say, if there is, this place is going to be wrecked.”

From The Daily Edge This Limerick horse owner's gas interview on At The Races is the talk of the internet Absolute Scenes

This Limerick horse owner's gas interview on At The Races is the talk of the internet

“Hopefully there’ll be a miracle here today and as I say, if there is, this place is going to be wrecked.”

From The Daily Edge This Dublin singer-songwriter and former Billie Barry kid is going to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Rooty

# ireland - Friday 4 August, 2017

From The Daily Edge 12 differences between Irish secondary schools and American high schools Ireland V Usa

12 differences between Irish secondary schools and American high schools

There’s no Chad Michael Murray on your school’s GAA team.

From The Daily Edge Rubber Bandits tweeted that George Hook was a 'gowl'... and he thought they spelled 'ghoul' wrong Off The Hook