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Richard Barrett is a Co-Founder and Head of Content at Pundit Arena. You can follow him on Twitter via @TheBoyBarrett .

Irish Prodigy Exclusive: 16-Year-Old Adam O’Reilly On Upcoming Preston Debut

Ahead of his impending first-team debut with Preston North End, Richard Barrett caught up with sixteen-year-old prodigy, Adam O’Reilly. Nestled between the leafy suburbs of Blackrock and Rochestown, the traditionally working-class area of Mahon in the south-east of Cork city is home to many things. The cultural juxtaposition of booming multi-national company HQs with the hardship of neglected council estates …

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Durant Dominance Continues With 36-Point Haul Against The Mavs

The Dallas Mavericks proved no match for the under-manned Golden State Warriors, who pulled away in the second half for a 112-97 victory in Oakland, California. The reigning NBA champion Warriors, still without star Stephen Curry and also missing starters Draymond Green and Zaza Pachulia, notched their eighth straight win. Kevin Durant equalled his season-high with 36 points and pulled …

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Pundit Arena To Exclusively Broadcast Barbarians Matches Against Munster Women And Tonga

We are delighted to announce Pundit Arena have acquired the rights to exclusively broadcast the upcoming Barbarians matches against Munster Women and Tonga, live on Pundit Arena TV. Double-header to be streamed free-to-air exclusively on punditarena.com/tv Historic first as Barbarians field women’s side to take on Munster (4.30pm) Barbarians men face Tonga having lost narrowly to New Zealand (7.15pm) Tickets …

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One Zero Founders Speak About Recent Lance Armstrong Developments

Lance Armstrong publicly called out Paul Kimmage on Tuesday, twenty-four hours after the journalist did the same on Irish national radio. It’s been a whirlwind twenty-four hours for us all at One Zero, but such is the high octane world of sports. A significant proportion of interest has been gathering around the appearance of Lance Armstrong at the One Zero Conference in Dublin …

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Jaimie Fuller To Speak On Corruption And Ethics At One Zero Conference

Outspoken Skins Chairman, Jaimie Fuller, is to speak about the state of corruption in sports at the impressive One Zero Conference in Dublin next month. Fuller, who as recently as February, referred to FIFA’s culture as “toxic” and incapable of reform, will provide a sixty-minute insight into his perception of sport and the current issues that are bringing it into …

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Shane Lowry Joins Sir Clive Woodward, Lance Armstrong At Juggernaut One Zero Conference

Shane Lowry, everybody’s unofficial favourite PGA pro, is to speak about life on and off the course at the ever-impressive One Zero Conference in Dublin. Lowry, a former Irish Open winner, will take part in a candid fireside chat at the intriguing new conference. From the highs of tasting PGA Tour success at the Bridgestone Invitational, to the disappointment of falling …

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Sir Clive Woodward To Speak At One Zero Conference In Dublin

World Cup winner and former British and Irish Lions coach, Sir Clive Woodward, has been announced as a keynote speaker at the impressive inaugural One Zero Conference in Dublin. Woodward joins a stellar class of top names for One Zero Conference, following the announcement of the controversial Lance Armstrong, Skins CEO Jaimie Fuller, and also Twitter Head of Sport, Alex …

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One Zero Founder: Why We Decided To Bring Lance Armstrong To Town

One Zero co-founder, Richard Barrett, gives us an insight into the rationale behind bringing Lance Armstrong to Dublin this October. Lance Armstrong cheated, lied, and took performance-enhancing drugs. Lance Armstrong won seven consecutive Tours de France. Lance Armstrong caused irreparable suffering to countless people, a number of whom were Irish. Lance Armstrong founded an organisation that helped to improve the suffering …

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Ireland’s Soldiers Fall To France With Their Heads Held High

“All changed, changed utterly. A terrible beauty is born.” – W.B Yeats, Easter, 1916. Same country, different heroes. 100 years on from our most historic battle, and O’Neill’s men had written themselves into the history books. The COYBIG-natories read aloud the proclamation on the steps of the Stade Pierre-Mauroy, cast aside the Italians and established a new footballing republic. “Having organised and …

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QUIZ: Who Said It – El Chapo Or Conor McGregor?

Conor McGregor was once again in exceptional form visually and verbally during Wednesday’s UFC 197 press conference in the MGM Grand, channeling his inner El Chapo right from the start. You can catch the all the highlights from the explosive press conference here. Telling the crowd he looked like “El Chapo in his prime!”, we decided to compare the quotes …

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Ireland Should Do Everything To Snare Patrick Bamford From England

The FAI should do everything in their power to coax Patrick Bamford into committing his international future to Ireland, writes Richard Barrett. Patrick Bamford and manager Aitor Karanka will undoubtedly be given the freedom of Middlesbrough if the Teesiders continue their recent form. While Karanka continues to earn the plaudits for his Riverside revolution, it is Bamford whose form has …

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9 Devices That Could Change The Future Of Rugby

Is this the rugby of the future? Our beloved rugby has changed massively over the years, with more and more technological advances having an impact on the game. Nowadays, we have ref cam and Hawkeye. Gone are the days of black tape and scrum caps being the most advanced items in a rugby dressing room. This new rugby excites us all. …

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