Munster’s path to Heineken Cup glory in 2006 is charted in TG4 documentary tonight 24th July

TG4 to broadcast television premiere of “Munster – The Brave & The Faithful” TG4 24th July 10.20pm   Munster Rugby’s proud tradition and competitive spirit have seen them emerge as one of the world’s best supported rugby teams. For many of its fans, Munster is more than just a team, it’s a way of life, […]

Live GAA back on TG4

Live GAA makes a very welcome return to our screens this weekend for the first time since March, as TG4 have launched their club coverage for 2020. The channel’s flagship series GAA BEO will hit the ground running with two exceptional hurling ties next weekend, one live on Friday night and one live on Sunday […]

Cycling to boom across Munster as commuting habits change in response to COVID-19, according to new research by One4all

55% of working adults in Munster are open to changing their commuting habits, with 57% willing to trial cycling post COVID-19 ·        81% of Munster workers are still concerned about using public transport to commute to work ·        Nearly 9 in 10 (88%) working adults from Munster agreed that a bike is a worthwhile investment ·        85% of […]

How Irish Sports Teams Raise Money

When you slump down into your armchair at the weekend to enjoy several hours of sporting action, many of the teams and athletes you watch on the TV aren’t short of a Euro or two, and that’s putting it mildly.    Pro athletes and sports teams are worth an incredible amount of money, thanks to […]

Tipperary GPA and WGPA members invited to apply for share of €20k in postgraduate scholarships

The School of Business at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) is inviting applications from Tipperary sportspeople for its graduate business scholarship programme for 2020/2021. These scholarships are open to members of the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) and Women’s Gaelic Players Association (WGPA). A total of five scholarships are on offer each worth €4,000 to recipients. […]

Fit to play – New App to help Tipperary sports clubs return to play safely and manage player welfare

A new app and software platform called Actimet has been launched, which will help Tipperary sports clubs to return to play safely after Covid 19. Actimet is a mobile app that simplifies coach and athlete communications by allowing athletes to enter subjective information such as their temperature, wellness, training effort, gym session effort, as review […]

#BeActive for the UN International Day of Sport for Development and Peace

FIFA has joined forces with the United Nations (UN) and the World Health Organization (WHO) in supporting the #BeActive campaign launched on the UN International Day of Sport for Development and Peace to encourage people to be #HealthyAtHome as the world comes together in the fight against COVID-19, today and every day. WHO recommends all […]

2020 Punchestown Festival Cancelled

Punchestown Racecourse today confirmed the cancellation of the 2020 Punchestown Festival which was scheduled to take place from Tuesday 28th April to Saturday 2nd May.   Following consultation with Horse Racing Ireland and the relevant statutory bodies the Punchestown Festival has been cancelled in response to the ongoing threat to public health due to Covid-19. […]

More than a dozen Tipperary Athletes receive Limerick Institute of Technology Sports Scholarship

13 Tipperary sportspeople, including All Ireland Winning Tipperary Hurler Rob Byrnes & All Star Camogie Player Caoimhe Burke, were among the 56 international athletes to receive the Limerick Institute of Technology Sports Scholarship this academic year. The recipients were honoured at a special event at LIT, Moylish Campus this afternoon (Tuesday March 3, 2020), during […]

More Funding for Irish Sport is a Win for Everyone

“diversity” (CC BY 2.0) by istolethetv   Ireland is set to become sportier than ever thanks to new funding from the government. Part of Project Ireland 2040, the extra cash will go to improving sport across the country and developing world-class facilities for athletes. According to Minister for Sport, Shane Ross, the aim is to help […]

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