Category Archives: Quirky Columns

Winning Streaks

Have you ever noticed how different years, or different sports seasons, can be defined by a series of similar feats or incidents? Take the Premiership season just finished in Britain; it will be remembered – if it is remembered at … Continue reading

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The greatest camogie team of all time.

A few weeks ago I published a hurling team made up of characters for history. The team was picked while on a long car journey home from Dublin and it helped pass the journey. Continue reading

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Are our current Cricket team the greatest Irish team ever?

We live in an era of hyperbole. Everyday we are told that we are in the worst recession ever; we have experienced the coldest winter ever; last week we held the most important general election ever and the Ireland Cricket team is now the greatest Irish team ever. Continue reading

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The Bible’s All Star Hurling team

The last week of the year is the usual time for looking back at the year’s activities. For several days now the newspapers and television schedules are full of programmes featuring the highlights and low points of 2010. Everywhere you … Continue reading

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