Author Archives: Patsy Hart

Some Great Irish Sports Bars in Dublin

The Irish Pub has been playing a central role in Irish history for ages. It is a place of friendship and camaraderie; a jovial get together where all our friends and the drinks are mighty beautiful. Where there is some … Continue reading

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Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day Here!

A festival, religious and cultural celebration, Saint Patrick’s Day is an important day. All honour goes to the patron saint of Ireland. As the lead up gets to a start to St Patrick’s Day, it is time to enjoy Gaelic … Continue reading

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Ireland Boss Couldn’t Care Less About Denmark

Mick McCarty is quite clear about his feelings; he would not hurry to get on a play if they offered a draw and on the other side he doesn’t care if fans see it as a negative approach. Will Denmark … Continue reading

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Ireland Believes Ferrari is the Team to Beat This Year

Ireland loves Formula One racing and believes that even when Lewis Hamilton keeps saying this would be his sixth world title, that he will have to face significant challenges. The 34-year star previously from Mercedes is hoping to win and … Continue reading

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Ireland is the Territory of Game of Thrones

Northern Ireland’s ancient landscapes and crumbling castles got new life since the filming of Game of Thrones. The mountains, forests and moorlands around Northern Ireland were transformed into the place where the most memorable moments were filmed for Game of … Continue reading

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John Campbell’s Spectacular Innings

In what can only be described as a record opening, the ODI partnership of Shai Hope and John Campbell of 365 assisted the West Indies to earn a 196-run win in Clontarf over Ireland. Campbell had 179 runs and hope … Continue reading

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Conor McGregor Ireland’s Wild Child

Conor McGregor’s first fight was in February 2007 when he was only 18 years old, and he won it by a technical knockout. Now the former fighting championship lightweight champion mixed his success with scandal and is called the wild … Continue reading

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Luck of the Irish

Everyone has heard of the luck of the Irish, where did this belief start or is it real or old mining expression? In general, the phrase means immense fortune. It is often used when someone enjoyed a massive win or … Continue reading

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Irish Bookmakers Concerned Regarding Double Tax

The final review of the bookmaker’s turnover tax is expected soon, effectively it could mean double tax. Bookmakers would be obliged to pay from one up to two percent. Concerns voiced by multiple industry stakeholders include the damaging effect an … Continue reading

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€100,000 John Delaney Loan costs FAI Over €1m

The FAI is about to lose over €1.4 million, following the suspended funding by Sport Ireland to the association after concerns that the state funding rules were not obeyed. Sports Ireland took its responsibility as the administrators of the taxpayer’s … Continue reading

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