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McCoy clinches first Galway Handicap Hurdle win for boss JP

McCoy had previously won the race back in 1997 for Aidan O'Brien [...]

Noel Meade wins first Galway Plate with Road To Riches

Jockey Shane Shortall put in a magnificent ride as the front runner and didn't panic when the pack closed in on the final straight to land the €200,000 prize [...]

London need decision on manager before it’s too late

Comment: Sean Moriarty explains why London need to make a quick decision to benefit football in the capital next season [...]

Treacy goals deny Emmetts

Three second half goals ensured that Sean Treacy’s have booked their place in London County Senior Hurling semi-final in ten days time. [...]

Tipping: High summer racing at Ascot

John Doyle gives his thoughts on the runners and riders at Ascot's King George Weekend this weekend [...]

Galway Races preview: Gordon Elliott interview

The Co. Meath trainer talks to us about why he can't wait for next week's festival [...]

Galway Festival entries for early closing races

Gordon Elliott has entered five in the Handicap Hurdle whereas Willie Mullins, still searching for his first win of the race, has just one; Pique Sous [...]

London GAA ladies in waiting

The London Ladies will have to wait until July 27 to learn who they face in the next round of the All Ireland Intermediate football championship. [...]

Tara camogie win sixth Senior League title in a row

Tara Camogie Club London won the Senior League title for the sixth year in a row beating Croydon 1-6 to 1-4 on a very hot day in Greenford. [...]

Now the girls are at it too.. Dulwich Harps u14s travel to Ireland

A group of 20 u14 girls, with mostly no Irish connections, travelled to the North of Ireland for the first time to show their stuff on the Gaelic pitch [...]

Cyclist Martyn Irvine to be NI Commonwealth flagbearer

The Co. Down cyclist has made a remarkable comeback after breaking his femur last year [...]

Commonwealth preview: NI boxers furious over testing

Paddy Barnes tweeted his frustration at being kept up until 2am in a state of dehydration, only for the test to be cancelled until 7.30am the next morning [...]

County hurling championship reaches crucial stages

The Ardent Tide London Senior Hurling Championship preliminary rounds are now complete as the championship reaches its crucial stages [...]

Moyles set the pace for Kiernan’s

Former London inter-county player Adrian Moyles was on fire on Friday to turn around St Kiernan’s season. [...]

Parnells in the driving seat

Parnell’s became serious contenders for the London County Championship after an effective dismissal of reigning champions, the Kingdom Kerry Gaels. [...]

Tir Chonaill get first win against Fulham

Tir Chonaill Gaels got their London Senior Football championship aspirations back on track after a dominant performance over Fulham Gaels. [...]

Neasden win battle of the Gaels

Neasden Shamrocks, fresh from their giant-killing defeat over Tir Chonaill Gaels the previous, emerged victorious in this tightly fought affair. [...]

Brothers Pearse book semi-final berth

Brother Pearses booked their Ardent Tide London Senior Hurling semi-final after emerging victorious in a hard fought contest against Fr Murphys. [...]

Block takes WAKO kickboxing university silver

The London Irish kick-boxer got the podium place she was aiming for [...]

Confirmed GAA Championship fixtures announced

The GAA today confirmed details of a number of upcoming fixtures in the 2014 GAA Football Championships [...]

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