Making the recovery real

For 47 Irish sports people, a couple press releases have proven life-changing

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
11th March, 2016
Colin O'Reilly (left) who is player/coach of the Irish men's team playing for Ireland back in 2009 Pic: Sportsfile

A cold is terrible. You feel like dirt and there's no quick fix. You also don't know how long it's going to last but you are really grateful when it's over.

Irish basketball has been ill for quite some time. The volunteer base has always been strong but a whole lot of stuff went wrong. The details are dull so the short version is the sport lost a lot of money and set back development...

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