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Continental Tyres FAI WNL1

No Continental.

David Powell writes:

“Just to let you know, women’s soccer in Ireland got a big boost today as Continental Tyres announced their sponsorship of the FAI Women’s National League. The pic above shows Rep of Ireland Women’s National Team Manager Sue Ronan, Rep of Ireland Manager Martin O’Neill (sitting) and FAI Chief Executive John Delaney with Guy Frobisher of Continental Tyres (back right). G’wan the women.”

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Playing a foreign game?

And good at it.

Ireland’s Aussie Rules team bossing it in AUSTRALIA.

Australian Rules Football League of Ireland reports:

Ireland’s National Men’s Aussie Rules Team, The Blu Marine Irish Warriors are still on track to become the first team to win back to back AFL International Cup titles, following a come from behind win in their final pool game. The Blu Marine Irish Warriors will now play South Africa in the Semi-final on Tuesday. Should they win they will defend their title in the MCG next Saturday

Meanwhile, The Banshees continued on their hot-streak versus USA Liberty

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ARFLI

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Tá scamaill sa spéir

Beidh dráma aon-ghnímh leis an bhfile agus drámadóir clúiteach Biddy Jenkinson don teideal Mise, Subhó agus Maccó á léiriú sa New Theatre, Barra an Teampaill, Baile Átha Cliath, ar an 25ú/26ú/27ú de Mheán Fómhair.

Dúirt Áine Moynihan:

“Tá dian-obair curtha isteach ag foireann an dráma seo chun caighdeán ard léirithe a bhaint amach agus cé nach bhfuilimid mar chuid oifigiúil den bhFéile Drámaíochta is mian linn ár gcuid a dhéanamh chun cur le drámaíocht na Gaeilge sa chathair le linn na Féile. Tá ábhar an dráma seo tráthúil mar gheall ar an ngéarchéim a bhaineann le heaspa dídine na laethanta seo, go háirithe i mBaile Átha Cliath agus ba mhaith linn cabhrú chun áird a tharraingt ar an bhfulaingt a bhaineann leis.”

Ticéidí ar fáil ag 01 6703361 nó ag an doras ar €12/10.

Faiseanta!

An Lab

Spotted during Ireland’s loss to France at the 3rd/4th place play-off in Paris at the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup.

Never mind.

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The Sligo-based  craft beer they couldn’t ban.

Now ON TAP in Dublin!

Gary Boylan writes:

“controversial White Hag brewery Fleadh Ale has defied the VFI [Vintners' Federation of Ireland] and just arrived (above) in L.Mulligans [18 Stoneybatter, Dublin 7]…”

Previously: Small Beer Big Dreams