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# greenscene - Monday 7 February, 2011

Irish eye: the greening of the Premier League on a good weekend for our boys

It’s was a promising round of Premier League games for Trap’s boys ahead of the Carling Nations Cup kick-off tomorrow night.

# greenscene - Monday 24 January, 2011

Irish Eye: David Norris worth a look for Trap

The Ipswich skipper is in impressive form. And his mother is from Kildare, writes Ronan Hunt-Murphy.

# greenscene - Monday 17 January, 2011

Irish Eye: it's the Long way up for Reading

Giovanni Trapattoni has a ready-made, in-form striking partnership at his disposal at the Madejski Stadium, writes Ronan Hunt-Murphy.

# greenscene - Friday 7 January, 2011

Irish Eye: Premier League review

It was a vert mixed mid-week schedule for the Irish with a hat-trick and a heart-breaking injury amongst the talking points.

# greenscene - Tuesday 4 January, 2011

Irish Eye: it's Long way up for Royals

Ronan Hunt-Murphy on a mixed day for our boys in England’s lower divisions.

# greenscene - Monday 3 January, 2011

Irish Eye: Clarke shines for Villains on good weekend for Boys in Green

Michael Maher refelcts on a busy schedule of Premier League games for the Irish cross channel.

# greenscene - Thursday 30 December, 2010

Irish Eye: Wes Hoolahan hits a treble

Ronan Hunt-Murphy relfects on the Irish contribution to the Championship action.

Irish Eye: Stephen Ward silences the Kop

Michael Maher reflects on yet more action in the Premier League as the Irish are in the thick of it again.

# greenscene - Monday 27 December, 2010

Irish Eye: Kenny live for high-flying QPR

Ronan Hunt Murphy reflects on the Irish stars’ performances in the lower leagues cross-channel.

Irish Eye: Wilson on the mark

It was a busy St Stephen’s Day for the Irish in the top flight in Britain.

# greenscene - Saturday 25 December, 2010

How are we getting on? A mid-season Premier League review of the Irish players' progress

As Ireland’s Premier League players prepare for a busy Christmas schedule, Michael Maher reflects on the top-flight season so far.

# greenscene - Monday 20 December, 2010

Irish eye: It's all white on the night for Long and Keane in Championship

Shane Long hits twice on a weekend when the schedule is decimated by the adverse weather.

# greenscene - Monday 13 December, 2010

Irish Eye: Roy Keane on the brink of Ipswich Town exit after latest defeat

No Irish names on the Championship’s score-sheets again this week.

Irish Eye: all quiet on the Premier League front

It was a low-key weekend for the Boys in Green in the Premier League as even Dickie Dunne was benched.

# greenscene - Monday 6 December, 2010

Irish eye: Seamus Coleman makes his case for the defence in the Premier League action

Michael Maher wraps up another weekend for the Irish in the Premier League as Seamus Coleman gets a gallop on Ashley Cole

Irish eye: Andy Keogh steals the show for Cardiff in championship action

Dubliner came off the bench to nod in a late, late equaliser in a quiet weekend for Irish stars.

# greenscene - Monday 29 November, 2010

Irish eyes: pressure grows on Keane as Delaney sees red in derby rout Old Farm Derby This post contains videos

Irish eyes: pressure grows on Keane as Delaney sees red in derby rout

Roy Keane is left ploughing a lonely furrow as his Tractor Boys stall – after fellow Leesider Damien Delaney is sent off.

Irish eyes: Ciaran Clark takes the headlines after top-flight double

It was a good weekend for the Boys in Green in England and Scotland’s top flights.

# greenscene - Monday 22 November, 2010

Irish Eyes: the Championship

In the first of a new weekly column, Greenscene’s Ronan Hunt-Murphy, reflects on another Championship weekend for the Irish.