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The Barbershop With Electric Ireland – Episode 3: Senior Influence

In Episode 3 of ‘The Barbershop’, Electric Ireland GAA Minor Championships ambassadors, Derek McGrath, Karl Lacey, Alan Kerins and Mossy Quinn discuss the influence that senior stars can have on minor players. Galway legend Kerins recalls how playing at minor level gave him the confidence that he would one day line out for the senior side. “It just gave you …

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The Barbershop with Electric Ireland – Episode 2: Matchday Nutrition

In Episode 2 of ‘The Barbershop’, Electric Ireland GAA Minor Championships ambassadors, Derek McGrath Karl Lacey, Alan Kerins and Mossy Quinn reflect on how match day nutrition has change over the years. _____ Want to win tickets to Dublin vs Kerry in the All Ireland Final? Play ‘Major Shootout’  here for your chance to win tickets. Share your score using #GAAThisIsMajor to be …

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The Barbershop With Electric Ireland – Episode 1: Minor Memories

In Episode 1 of ‘The Barbershop’, Derek McGrath and the rest of the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Championships ambassadors, Karl Lacey, Alan Kerins and Mossy Quinn reflect on their minor careers. ______ Want to win tickets to Dublin vs Kerry in the All Ireland Final? Play ‘Major Shootout’  here for your chance to win tickets. Share your score using #GAAThisIsMajor to …

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Pundit Arena To Broadcast 2019 Union Cup On June 8th & 9th

Pundit Arena and the Union Cup have announced a partnership that will see the innovative Irish sports media house broadcast the 2019 Union Cup on June 8th and 9th. The 2019 Union Cup is Europe’s biggest LGBT+ inclusive rugby tournament with 45 teams from 15 countries expected to take part in the two-day festival at Dublin City University Sports Campus. …

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Watch: “Leinster Play The Game At Its Very Best”

Leinster’s success over the past 10 years since they won their first Heineken Cup in 2009 has seen the support of club grow exponentially.  Ten years on and Leinster stand on the brink of a fifth Heineken Champions Cup and becoming the most successful rugby side in Europe. But it wasn’t always like that… Current kicking coach and head analyst, …

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Watch: “Trophies Are Special, But It Can’t Be Everything”

Leinster coaches John Fogarty and Emmet Farrell opened up on what it’s like to be key components in one of European rugby’s most successful clubs. With victory over Toulouse last weekend Leinster find themselves in a strong position to retain the European crown they won last year as they face Saracens in the Champions Cup final. Scrum coach John Fogarty …

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Owen Roddy Breaks Down Max Holloway V Dustin Poirier At UFC 236

Atlanta, Georgia is the setting for this weekend’s highly anticipated UFC 236 card when featherweight king, Max Holloway attempts to land the interim-lightweight strap to his list of achievements against UFC veteran Dustin Poirier. It’s the second meeting of the two, having fought previously in 2012 when Poirier handed Holloway the first loss on his professional record. Since then, however, …

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Sam Arnold: “The Blood Donors Literally Kept My Sister Alive”

Munster player, Sam Arnold, has urged people to give blood, revealing that his sister receives regular donations for a rare genetic disorder.  According to the Irish Blood Transfusion Service, only three percent of eligible Irish people give blood while 3,000 blood donors are required every week in this country. The Munster centre revealed that his sister has needed blood donations …

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The Power Behind Leinster Rugby’

Watch: “The Culture Of Leinster Is A Winning Mindset”

Leinster players, Luke McGrath, Fergus McFadden, Dave Kearney and Will Connors have opened up about some of the factors that have made the club so successful in recent times. The reigning PRO14 and Heineken Champions Cup winners find themselves back in another European semi-final where they will face Toulouse in the Aviva Stadium on April 21. Despite being four-time winners …

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Michael Obafemi On Kenny & 21s: I Think We’ll Be Working Together Soon

Ireland and Southampton striker Michael Obafemi has outlined that his immediate international future may lie with Stephen Kenny’s U21s when the 18-year-old returns from injury. Obafemi is eligible to play for Stephen Kenny’s side as well as Tom Mohan’s exciting U19s who have reached the this summer’s European Championships in Armenia. The striker, however, has also been capped at senior …

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