In the Irish World 15 December – triumph for Parnell’s Ladies

 

This week's the Irish World (December 15 issue)

Parnell's Ladies do it at last – London club becomes first GAA women's team outside of Ireland to win an All-Ireland club championship

 

Irish success at the Moet British Independent Film Awards as Broken, a powerful drama written by Irish playwright Mark O'Rowe and starring Cillian Murphy took two awards, incuding best film and Michael Gambon received the Richard Harris Award.

 

We talk to the director of the controversial RTE gangland thriller, Love/Hate

 

Jazz singer Helena Jesele is a singer you're about to hear played a lot..

 

Tir Chonail Gaels director of football Paddy Carr believes it's time the Greenford club got the chance to tell its story but first it must beat Dr. Croke's at Ruislip on Sunday

 

In rugby's Heineken Cup champions Leinster have it all to do at the Aviva stadium on Saturday if they are to keep alive their hopes of three Cup titles in row following their defeat by clermont Auvergne

 

Terry Woods of the Pogues tells Joanna Bell that their hell-raising days are long behind them as they prepare to play at the O2 later this month

 

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