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Sports News From Irish Country Living

Irish Country Living from the Irish Farmers Journal has all the latest sports news from around the country. Browse our selection of dedicated sports news articles including in depth analysis from Ireland and abroad. Read all about your favourite sport stars with our sports news today.
The club championships are gaining more and more prominence thanks to TG4 and others, keeping GAA fans happy as winter dawns. Emmet Moloney looks forward to this week’s action.
By on 02 November 2017
The haste with which the restructuring of the hurling championship has been pushed through leads Emmet Moloney to believe that there will be furter changes down the line.
By on 26 October 2017
Anne O'Donoghue profiles the top five events to attend this week.
By on 26 October 2017
After four Irish wins on the opening weekend, this weekend’s rugby fixtures could provide tougher sleding for the provinces, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 19 October 2017
Leinster appear to be blessed with timing when it comes to the draw for European competition, or maybe I have my Make Munster Great Again hat on. Emmet Moloney looks forward to the weekend's action.
By on 12 October 2017
The beginning of October and the inter-provincal derbies signal the real start of rugby season, writes Emmet Moloney
By on 05 October 2017
Colm Cooper’s testimonial dinner could be the just the beginning of a new way for the GAA to bring in even more funds, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 28 September 2017
Pull on those walking shoes this weekend in aid of FirstLight, and make a real difference to the lives of bereaved families, writes Tracey Donaghey.
By on 21 September 2017
Mayo return to Croke Park after last weekend’s heartbreaking loss dertermined to bring the Ladies Fooball crown west, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 21 September 2017
There are plenty of good omens for Mayo fans heading into Sunday, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 14 September 2017
The hurling season is over. Long live the hurling season. Galway and Waterford players get heroes’ welcomes in celebrations and commiserations, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 07 September 2017
Mayo and Kerry do it all again on Saturday while Tyrone will be hoping to derail the Dubs on Sunday. Emmet Moloney previews the action.
By on 24 August 2017
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