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Butler named on Irish Boys Team

Kinsale’s Cathal Butler was last night confirmed as a member of the Irish Boys team for the Home Internationals. ┬áIt will be Butler’s second time 226 more words

Cork Golf

SCOTLAND 2 ENGLAND 1, 1976 Home International Championship - Hampden Park Glasgow - 15th May 1976

Just 12 months earlier, Don Revie had enjoyed possibly his finest moment as England manager as he watched his side dismantle Scotland 5-1 at Wembley. Now he was about to enter what would be his final year as manager of the national side and it started with defeat to the Auld Enemy. 1,313 more words

England

Referendum Result Confirmed: England Still Own Scotland - by Rob Atkinson

For your average Leeds United fanatic – or even for an iconic one such as myself – the sight of a club legend in Gordon Strachan having his nose well and truly rubbed in it can rarely be pleasant viewing. 869 more words

Football

ENGLAND 4 NORTHERN IRELAND 0 - Home International Championships, Wembley Stadium 11th May 1976

The pressure on England manager Don Revie was eased slightly as his side ran out comfortable 4-0 winners over a woeful Northern Ireland team. However with a championship defining match to come at Hampden Park in a few short days, it was a brief respite for the beleaguered England boss. 571 more words

England

Wales Deny Ireland Home Internationals Win

Ireland placed second in the Home Internationals for a second successive year as they again finished narrowly behind a strong Welsh team at the Northern Snooker Centre in Leeds. 271 more words

Snooker News

ENGLAND 5 SCOTLAND 1 - Home International Championship, Wembley, 24th May 1975

England under Don Revie were a side of contrasting fortunes. Often they were dour and uninspired. Occasionally they were fluent but unfortunate. And then on very rare occasions they were vibrant and clinical. 1,282 more words

England

ENGLAND 2 WALES 2 - Home International Championship 21st May 1975, Wembley Stadium

England’s unbeaten run under Don Revie was maintained in an entertaining clash against Wales, but only just as the side needed a late equalizer to rescue a point with a big contribution from a one cap wonder called Little. 857 more words

England