Irish Setanta Cup
The Setanta Sports Cup is a club football competition featuring teams from both football associations on the island of Ireland. It was inaugurated in 2005 as a cross-border competition between clubs from the League of Ireland from the Republic of Ireland and the Irish League from Northern Ireland.
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Handy Guide to Sport on Television this Week
5th ODI Australia v India. SOCCER Eurosport 1&2 from 5.45pm ... SOCCER Sky Sports 1 from 7.30pm. League Cup - Semi- ... (7.45) Ireland Wolfhounds v England Saxons. RUGBY Sky Sports 2 ... 2 Quarter-finals African Cup of Nations. SOCCER Sky Sports ...
Grealish fined £5000 for Twitter rant
The Irish U-21 international, who has yet to decide on his international future at senior level, tweeted that he wants to “be happy playing football again” and a furious Lambert is now considering further punishment by leaving him out of the squad for ...
Team news for FA Cup fourth round ties
Albion's Silvestre Varela has joined Parma, Sebastian Blanco is set to move to San Lorenzo and Georgios Samaras is expected to complete a switch to Al-Hilal. Youssouf Mulumbu is on African Nations Cup duty, Jason Davidson is at the Asian Cup and Jonas ...
Norman Whiteside: O'Neill was always a leader
As the 17-year-old boy debutant from Belfast in the celebrated Northern Ireland World Cup team of 1982, Norman Whiteside already spotted unmistakable signs during that Spanish summer of where his skipper's long-term future would lie. “To see Martin ...
Semi-Final; Duff Cup (Junior): CBS Naas v Maynooth Post Primary 1.0. Soccer. Bank of Ireland FAI Schools Senior 'B' Girls All Ireland Cup Semi Final. Coláiste Abbain, Adamstown vs St. Peter's Community School, Passage West. Greyhound Racing ... U-19C ...
The Morning Sports Briefing
It was an interesting day for Irish athletics yesterday, with the news Olive Loughane and Rob Heffernan could be upgraded to World Championship gold and Olympic bronze medals respectively. ... Hurricane Fly is seeking a historic five-in-a-row in the ...
Gary O'Neill puts family first after year of emotion
In addition to winning a couple of league titles, an FAI Cup and a Setanta Cup, he joined a select group to have played for all four big Dublin clubs. And, even more impressively, he managed to retain his popularity as he moved around. This was ...