Waterford Tigers Return To Ireland for Thrilling Sevens Football Match

Waterford Tigers, Ireland’s beloved diaspora football team, is gearing up for an exhilarating return to their homeland, marking their fifth year of camaraderie and sporting excitement. Amidst the challenges and trials of expatriate life, the Waterford Tigers are set to captivate audiences once again with a thrilling sevens football match scheduled to take place at … Read more

Sarah Lavin Shatters Ireland’s 100m Hurdles Record

Limerick’s Sarah Lavin has etched her name in the Irish athletics history books with a stunning 100m hurdles run. Breaking Phil Healy’s 11.28-second record with a blistering 11.27-second sprint in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Lavin showcased her prowess at the Continental Tour Silver Gala dei Castelli. This gripping race pitted her against Italy’s Zaynab Dosso, who clinched … Read more

Irish sprinter Adeleke wins gold medal at NCAA Championships with record run

Rhasidat Adeleke created history yesterday by taking home the gold at the NCAA Championships in Texas. The Irish sprinter became the first from her country to win an NCAA title when she took the gold in a meet record time of 49.20, beating her previous 400-meter record. This was Adeleke’s seventh national record of the … Read more

Limerick and Cork win in carnival football organised by Kerala House

The past bank holiday weekend saw an exciting conclusion to the children’s and adults’ football competition, organised by Kerala House at the National Sports Campus, Branches Town, which featured 32 teams from all over Ireland. Castleland FC’s players defeated battling Dublin Rangers to win the under-10 division. The Daily Delight Boys, a team sponsored by … Read more

Ireland hosts European school chess championships for first time in history

The European School Chess Championships will make history in June 2024 as the first European chess championships to be held in Ireland. The tournament, which will be held at the University of Limerick from May 30 to June 8, 2024, is expected to attract between 300 and 400 young chess players from all over Europe … Read more

Finglas Cricket Club begins summer cricket coaching camp

The Finglas Cricket Club, which has quickly become the favourite club of Irish cricket fans by presenting the best players in the sports world, is beginning its summer cricket camp. Both kids and adults are eligible to take advantage of this opportunity. The camp is open to players in the Blitz (5-7 years), Cubs (8-11 … Read more

Kerala House hosts biggest Indian football tournament in Blanchardstown today

Ireland’s biggest Malayali football tournament is to be held today in Blanchardstown, Dublin. Football tournament organised by Kerala House starts in the morning and ends in the evening. The football event, which will be contested on six pitches at the National Sports Ireland Campus, will feature 18 senior teams and 14 children’s teams for the … Read more

Sex recognised as sport in Sweden and set to host first European Sex Championship on June 8

Sweden has created history, by officially recognising sex as a sport and hosting the first-ever European Sex Championship. It may sound unreal, but the Swedish Sex Federation (SSF), which is the organiser of the championship, has been functioning since 2016 and is the only organisation to recognise sex as a sport. The championship will span … Read more

55-year-old Dublin mum running 19th Women’s Mini Marathon for charity that helps daughter with rare condition

A brave Dublin mother will participate in her 19th Women’s Mini Marathon in support of a charity that assisted her daughter with a rare disease. The 55-year-old Liz Collins will participate in the 10k race to raise money for the national organisation that supports her daughter’s fight against a terrible skin condition. Claudia Scanlon, a … Read more

Ireland’s Tector moves to No. 7 in ODI rankings, the best ever for an Irish batter

Young Irish cricketer Harry Tector has moved up to a No. 7 position in the most recent ICC men’s ODI batting rankings, which is also the best position for an Ireland batter. Tector’s 206 runs during the three-match series against Bangladesh have helped him achieve this career-best position. In three ODIs, the 23-year-old Tector had … Read more

Minister to convene meeting with sport executives on tackling racism and violence in sport

The Minister of State for Sport and Physical Education, Thomas Byrne TD, will convene a meeting today with the leading executives in sport with the purpose of addressing how best to tackle incidents of racism and violence in sport. Minister Byrne will meet with the leaders of Ireland’s three largest sporting organisations (the GAA, FAI … Read more

Dublin women’s football clubs join SuperCup NI Tournament

In a competition against the best female teams from Scotland, America, and Northern Ireland, Bohemians FC and Shelbourne FC will send their youth female squads. On its 40th anniversary, the two teams will compete in the SuperCup Northern Ireland Tournament. Bohs will face off in the junior division against NI clubs Linfield FC and Crusaders FC … Read more