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Sat 2 Feb 16:45 Ireland v England Aviva Stadium

Dublin Racing Festival 2019 Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd February 2019 8 Grade One Races -1.8 Million in Prize Money Expect something different; join us in our celebration of the brilliance of jumps racing, music and culture. Immerse yourself in the races that have produced icons of jumps racing; Samcro, Supasundae, Edwulf, Arkle, Hurricane Fly, Florida Pearl, Moscow Flyer, Douvan, Sizing Europe and Jodami. Witness new heroes as they emerge and watch the best of talent from Ireland and Britain fight it out for two massive titles – the Unibet Irish Gold Cup and the BHP Insurance Irish Champion Hurdle. The Dublin Racing Festival will combine the best that the city has to offer over one weekend – join the party for the best of Dublin culture, music, fashion, food and jump racing that will simply take your breath away. Dazzle your senses in our jubilant celebration of Dublin with a full entertainment programme that supports culture, music, culinary delights, fashion and of course world class sport in the form of Horse racing and rugby. Savour the atmosphere that is unique only to Dublin and experience the craic that is present only at an Irish celebration. *We are delighted to […]

Over The Top Wrestling Presents “Homecoming 2” Supershow For the first time EVER OTT comes LIVE from Dublin’s National Basketball Arena Featuring OTT Champion Walter WWEUK, The Import Killer Jordan Devlin Former WWE Star PAC Ilja Dragunov The Aerial assassin Will Ospreay Maxwell Jacob Friedman OTT GN Champion Mark Haskins plus a 20Ft High Steel Cage Match !!!! All Ages, Fully Seated

Premier League has grown hugely in popularity with numerous events taking place each year throughout the UK. Following the massive success of 2018, the 2019 is packed. The league season will begin on 7 February 2019 in Newcastle, with English destinations also including Exeter, Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool, Birmingham and Nottingham. Cardiff will welcome the Premier League back to Wales, while Glasgow and Aberdeen will again host nights in Scotland. The season culminates with the top four players proceeding to the Unibet Premier League Play-Offs on Thursday 23 May 2019 at The O2 in London, where the destiny of the title will be discovered. Last year saw Michael van Gerwen win a third successive Premier League title as he claimed glory defeating World Champion Rob Cross in the semi-finals and Michael Smith in the final.

Bellator is set to return to 3Arena on Saturday, February 23, as trash-taking Irish prospect James Gallagher (7-1) looks to defend his home turf against Steven Graham (6-3) in the bantamweight main event of Bellator: Gallagher vs. Graham at 3Arena. The event will be broadcast free on Paramount Network at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT, as well as DAZN.com, while preliminary action will stream on Bellator.com and globally on the Bellator Mobile App. Tickets will go on sale to the general public Wednesday, Dec. 12 at 9 a.m. GMT and can be purchased through Ticketmaster.ie and Bellator.com, as well as the 3Arena box office. James Gallagher readies for his highly anticipated return to Dublin on Feb. 23, where he will look to start his 2019 campaign off with a bang. Fighting out of Strabane, Ireland, “The Strabanimal” hopes to notch his eighth career win and fifth since joining Bellator two years ago. With seven victories and six finishes over a three-year stint, the Straight Blast Gym (SBG) product is undoubtedly one of the brightest young stars in the MMA world. With impressive finishes over Chinzo Machida and Anthony Taylor, Gallagher hopes to duplicate that same success inside 3Arena in front […]

Come and find out how he managed to get back up and the controversial decison in his recent fight with Deontay Wilder. He’s a heavyweight who’s famous for getting the better of Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015 to become the WBA (Super), IBF, IBO, WBO, and The Ring incorporate heavyweight champ. Fury was refused the opportunity to fight for Ireland at the Olympic Games but was subsequently permitted to fight for Ireland and Great Britain after following his lineage to Belfast. Fury made his professional boxing debut in December 2008 when he got the better of Bela Gyongyosi. In November 2009 he got the better of John McDermott to win the English Heavyweight title. Fury once again got the better of McDermott in June 2010 to win the vacant English Heavyweight title. He conquered Derek Chisora in July 2011 to win the British and Commonwealth Heavyweight titles.

Sun 10 Mar 15:00 6N-6N Ireland v France Aviva Stadium

Premier League has grown hugely in popularity with numerous events taking place each year throughout the UK. Following the massive success of 2018, the 2019 is packed. The league season will begin on 7 February 2019 in Newcastle, with English destinations also including Exeter, Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool, Birmingham and Nottingham. Cardiff will welcome the Premier League back to Wales, while Glasgow and Aberdeen will again host nights in Scotland. The season culminates with the top four players proceeding to the Unibet Premier League Play-Offs on Thursday 23 May 2019 at The O2 in London, where the destiny of the title will be discovered. Last year saw Michael van Gerwen win a third successive Premier League title as he claimed glory defeating World Champion Rob Cross in the semi-finals and Michael Smith in the final.

Cricket Ireland announced that tickets have gone on sale for the one-off one day international (ODI) between Ireland and England at Malahide on 3 May 2019. Warren Deutrom, Chief Executive of Cricket Ireland, said: “The clash with England heralds the start of a busy home season of men’s cricket in 2019, with numerous Full Member nations visiting our shores. This encounter comes almost four years to the day that England appeared in a match in Ireland, so this is set to be a highly sought after ticket for Irish cricket fans.” “England is currently the number one ODI side in the world, and set to host the 2019 Cricket World Cup later in the summer, so they will be eyeing this match as a key part of their preparations for the World Cup.” “It is a nice symmetry that England book-ends our international men’s summer, with this ODI starting our home summer campaign, and the Lord’s test match against England completing our international summer fixtures.” The match also comes nearly two years from the last time these two sides met in the ODI format, when Ireland played a two-match series at Bristol and Lord’s in front of large crowds.

The SSE Arena, Belfast – 10 May 2018 Roman Reigns vs Samoa Joe *** Intercontinental Championship Triple Threat Match Seth Rollins vs Finn Balor vs The Miz w/ The Miztourage *** Braun Strowman vs Elias *** RAW Tag Team Championshop Match Titus Worldwide w/ Dana Brooke vs The Bar *** RAW Women’s Championship Fatal Five Way Match Bayley vs Sasha Banks vs Mandy vs Sonya Deville vs Alexa Bliss *** WWE United Kingdom Championship Match Pete Dunne vs Tucker *** Asuka vs Nia Jax *** Gallows, Anderson and Goldust vs The Revival and Curt Hawkins *** Matt Hardy *** Bray Wyatt *** Jason Jordan *** Paige Line up subject to change

3Arena, Dublin – 11 May 2018 Roman Reigns vs Samoa Joe *** Intercontinental Championship Triple Threat Match Seth Rollins vs Finn Balor vs The Miz w/ The Miztourage *** Braun Strowman vs Elias *** RAW Tag Team Championshop Match Titus Worldwide w/ Dana Brooke vs The Bar *** RAW Women’s Championship Fatal Five Way Match Bayley vs Sasha Banks vs Mandy vs Sonya Deville vs Alexa Bliss *** WWE United Kingdom Championship Match Pete Dunne vs Jordan Devlin *** Asuka vs Nia Jax *** Gallows, Anderson and Goldust vs The Revival and Curt Hawkins *** Matt Hardy *** Bray Wyatt *** Jason Jordan *** Paige

The Open returns to the Island of Ireland for the first time in 68 years and it is going to be one of the best sporting events of the summer and you can get up close to the best players in the world! You can walk the course with them as they plot out their strategy for the week, you can catch some of them in the Autograph Zone or watch them on the driving range! If that’s not enticing enough you can also pick up the clubs and have a lesson in the spectator village where there are plenty of activities for all the family to get involved in. There really is something for everyone at The Open. Tickets for Practice Days (14 – 17 July) are available from just £15! Share The Open with the family and friends and create lasting memories. – theopen.com/tickets

Offering four days of open-sea racing by Irish and international teams in one of the most picturesque areas of Dublin Bay, the Volvo Dún Laoghaire Regatta 2019 is a must-do. Welcoming back many old friends from previous regattas, as well as plenty of newcomers, Dún Laoghaire will be the centre of great racing and a lively social scene, with entertainment for all ashore. The sea will be carpeted with up to 470 bobbing boats; cruisers, keelboats and dinghies from all over the UK and Ireland will be hitting the water. For Dubliners who haven’t found their sea legs, a trip out to the south coast during the regatta will mean a fun crowd, stunning views, great food and family events all along the water.