Saturday August 15, 2020

Sport can deliver results far beyond the stadium walls

Events such as the Dublin Horse Show and GAA matches are a linchpin of our economy, and should be treated as such

11th August, 2019

It has been a summer of big sporting events around the country. The second year of the Gaelic football ‘super eights’ format featured some thrilling head-to-heads, with huge crowds attending matches in places including Killarney, Castlebar, Cork, and more.

Whatever one’s view of this slightly convoluted format, there is no question that the matches have drawn enormous crowds and have led to more engagement for supporters than has been the case in quite...

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