Paul Clarke

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Judge Martin Nolan imposed a four year sentence which he suspended in full on strict conditions.

A grandmother who severed a vein in a man’s neck after she swung a glass at him has been given a suspended sentence on condition she pay €3,000 as a t(...)

Irish employee recognition group Globoforce is changing its name to Workhuman

Three companies announced the creation of close to 250 jobs on Wednesday. They include employee recognition group Globoforce, which said it will hire (...)

  Boidu Sayeh: has been in good form in Westmeath’s defence. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Bórd na Móna O’Byrne Cup SF final – Dublin v Westmeath, Parnell Park, 8.0 [Live, TG4] The first of the weekend’s pre-season finals to be decided take(...)

Dublin goalkeeper Andy Bunyan  saves a penalty from Meath’s Thomas O’Reilly during the shootout in the Bord na Mona O’Byrne Cup semi-final at Parnell Park. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Dublin 1-12 Meath 1-12 ( Dublin win 3-1 on penalties) If Dublin make history as five-in-a-row All-Ireland winners this year, Paul Clarke probably won(...)

Meath goalkeeper Barry Dardis misses the last kick of the penalty shoot-out. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Dublin 1-12 Meath 1-12 (Dublin win 3-1 on penalties) Old rivalries never die and even in the O’Byrne Cup, on a windswept evening in January, Dublin s(...)

Eamon Donoghue of The Underdogs gets in a block on Dublin’s Robbie Gaughan during the game  at Parnell Park. Photograph courtesy of Fingallians GAA.

Our Underdogs journey had a disappointing finale last Friday night in Parnell Park, as we took a heavy beating against the All-Ireland champions. Des(...)

Eamon Donoghue of The Underdogs challenges for the ball with Darren Gavin of Dublin during a challenge match at Parnell Park. Photograph:  Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Every dog has its day, but it wasn’t to be for the TG4 Underdogs, who came up against a powerful Dublin side under floodlights last night as reality T(...)

Dublin manager Jim Gavin: “He has that capacity to see in a guy particular qualities and they very rarely disappoint. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

When Jim Gavin started out in his first championship with the Dublin seniors just over five years ago, he used 20 players against Westmeath. For one r(...)

Anthony Molloy of Donegal is tackled by Dublin’s Paul Bealin  in  the 1992   All-Ireland  final. Photograph: Inpho

A lot has happened since the first weekend of April in 1992. Croke Park has been entirely redeveloped, the last of the GAA bans was struck down, and t(...)

Jim Gavin: was used in his playing days to curbing his own natural game in order to service the greater  needs of the Dublin team. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

There was much in retrospect that looks obvious about Jim Gavin’s playing days when tracing his development into the most successful Dublin football m(...)

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