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A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke

27th March, 2016
Niall Murphy of Irish Autism Action with the SBP’s Róisín Burke and Leon Blanche of BoylesportsMark Maxwell

What a result: an incredible five of the nine horses selected by our panel were winners at the inaugural Sunday Business Post charity Cheltenham Festival bet.

Boylesports, the betting chain headed by John Boyle, very generously put up the wagers and then our cadre of canny business leader tipsters took their best shot at picking winners, with all the proceeds going to Irish Autism Action.

Last Thursday, I tagged along when Niall Murphy from the...

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