A brief glimpse into the past

Glyn Rhodes on Sparring Barry McGuigan and growing up at Ingle Gym.
Glyn Rhodes on Sparring Barry McGuigan and growing up at Ingle Gym.

Glyn Rhodes on Sparring Barry McGuigan and growing up at Ingle Gym. Porky talks to the great Glyn Rhodes about his amazing career.



IT Tralee v UU
IT Tralee v UU

Donegal star Eoghan Ban Gallagher will make his Electric Ireland Sigerson Cup debut on Sunday for Ulster University Gaelic against IT Tralee, at 1.00pm at ...



Team, Place & City Details

Belfast Celtic F.C.

Belfast Celtic Football Club was a football club in Ireland that was founded in 1891, and was one of the most successful teams in Ireland until it withdrew permanently from the Irish League in 1949. It left the league for political reasons, as the team and its supporters were largely Catholic and Irish nationalist, and its players had been violently attacked by a mob against its main rival Linfield in December 1948.

Belfast Celtic F.C. (1978)

Belfast Celtic Football Club is an intermediate, Northern Irish football club playing in the Ballymena & Provincial Intermediate League. The club hails from Belfast and plays its home games at Glen Road Heights, which is in the west of the city.

East Belfast F.C.

East Belfast Football Club is a Northern Irish, intermediate football club playing in the Premier Division of the Northern Amateur Football League. The club is based in East Belfast.

Moycullen GAA

Moycullen GAA is a group title for several Gaelic Athletic Association clubs based in Moycullen, County Galway. The three clubs, Cumann Peil Máigh Cuilinn (Moycullen Football Club), Cumann Iománaíocht Máigh Cuilinn (Moycullen Hurling Club)and Cumann Camógaíocht Máigh Cuilinn (Moycullen Camogie Club) share playing facilities and cooperate on a number of local community and sporting issues.

Moycullen Basketball Club

Moycullen Basketball Club is an Irish basketball club based in Moycullen, County Galway. The club's senior men's representative team, SSE Airtricity Moycullen, played in the Irish National League between 2009 and 2014.

Belfast East

Belfast East may refer to: The eastern part of Belfast.

East Belfast Observer

The East Belfast Observer first appeared on 4 March 2004, and after failing to increase circulation above 2000 copies per week, ceased publication following the edition published on Thursday 16 June 2005. The paper was distributed through newsagents throughout east Belfast and North Down, costing 50p per copy.

Belfast East (UK Parliament constituency)
Belfast East (UK Parliament constituency)

Belfast East is a parliamentary constituency in the United Kingdom House of Commons.

Belfast East (Assembly constituency)
Belfast East (Assembly constituency)

Belfast East is a constituency in the Northern Ireland Assembly. The seat was first used for a Northern Ireland-only election for the Northern Ireland Assembly, 1973.

Belfast East (Northern Ireland Parliament constituency)
Belfast East (Northern Ireland Parliament constituency)

Belfast East was a borough constituency of the Parliament of Northern Ireland from 1921 to 1929. It returned four MPs, using proportional representation by means of the single transferable vote.

1892 Belfast East by-election

The Belfast East by-election of 1892 was held on 9 March 1892 after the incumbent Irish Unionist Party, Edward de Cobain, was expelled from the House of Commons of the United Kingdom after a criminal conviction. It was retained by the Irish Unionist Party candidate Gustav Wilhelm Wolff.In April 1891, a warrant was issued for the arrest of Edward de Cobain for "the commission of unnatural offences in Belfast" and he fled to the continent being seen at one time in Bilbao.

Moycullen
Moycullen

Moycullen is a Gaeltacht village in County Galway, Ireland, about 10 km (7 mi) northwest of Galway city. It is near Lough Corrib, on the N59 road to Oughterard and Clifden, in Connemara.

Belfast
Belfast

Belfast ʃtʲə]) is the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland, standing on the banks of the River Lagan on the east coast. It is the 12th-largest city in the United Kingdom and the second-largest on the island of Ireland.