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SPORT SOCCER WORLD
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October 13, 2004
Ireland's Doherty and Faroe Islands' Johnsson battle for the ball during their World Cup qualifier in...
Dublin
Ireland's Doherty and Faroe Islands' Johnsson battle for the ball during their World ...
Ireland's Doherty and Faroe Islands' Johnsson battle for the ball during their World Cup qualifier in Dublin. Ireland's Gary Doherty (R) and Faroe Islands' Julian Johnsson (L) battle for the ball during their World Cup European zone, Group Four qualifier at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, October 13, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
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October 13, 2004
Ireland's Keane celebrates his goal against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup qualifier at Lansdowne...
Dublin
Ireland's Keane celebrates his goal against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup ...
Ireland's Keane celebrates his goal against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup qualifier at Lansdowne Road. Ireland's Robbie Keane celebrates his first goal against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup European zone, Group Four qualifier at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, October 13, 2004. Keane scored twice in the opening 32 minutes to set an all-time scoring record of 23 goals for Ireland in a World Cup qualifying match against the Faroe Islands on Wednesday, that ended 2-0. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
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October 13, 2004
Ireland's Keane celebrates his goal against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup qualifier at Lansdowne...
Dublin
Ireland's Keane celebrates his goal against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup ...
Ireland's Keane celebrates his goal against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup qualifier at Lansdowne Road. Ireland's Robbie Keane celebrates his first goal against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup European zone, Group Four qualifier at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, October 13, 2004. Keane scored twice in the opening 32 minutes to set an all-time scoring record of 23 goals for Ireland in a World Cup qualifying match against the Faroe Islands on Wednesday, that ended 2-0. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCER
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October 13, 2004
Ireland's Miller and Faroe Islands' Olsen battle for the ball during their World Cup qualifier in Dublin....
Dublin
Ireland's Miller and Faroe Islands' Olsen battle for the ball during their World Cup ...
Ireland's Miller and Faroe Islands' Olsen battle for the ball during their World Cup qualifier in Dublin. Ireland's Liam Miller (2nd L) and Faroe Islands' Suni Olsen (R) battle for the ball during their World Cup European zone, Group Four qualifier at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, October 13, 2004. Ireland won the match 2-0. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCET
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October 13, 2004
Ireland's Duff shoots at goal as Faroe Islands' Thorsteinsson closes in during their World Cup qualifier...
Dublin
Ireland's Duff shoots at goal as Faroe Islands' Thorsteinsson closes in during their ...
Ireland's Duff shoots at goal as Faroe Islands' Thorsteinsson closes in during their World Cup qualifier in Dublin. Ireland's Damien Duff (R) shoots at goal as Faroe Islands' Pol Thorsteinsson closes in during their World Cup European Zone, Group Four qualifier at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, October 13, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCER
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October 13, 2004
Ireland's Keane scores as Faroe Islands' players Olsen and Jakobsen close in during their World Cup qualifier...
Dublin
Ireland's Keane scores as Faroe Islands' players Olsen and Jakobsen close in during ...
Ireland's Keane scores as Faroe Islands' players Olsen and Jakobsen close in during their World Cup qualifier in Dublin. Ireland's Robbie Keane scores his second goal as the Faroe Islands' Suni Olsen (L) and Jon Roi Jakobsen (R) close in during their World Cup European zone, Group Four qualifier at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, October 13, 2004. Keane scored twice in the opening 32 minutes to set an all-time scoring record of 23 goals for Ireland in a World Cup qualifying match against the Faroe Islands on Wednesday. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
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October 13, 2004
Ireland's Keane scores against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup qualifier at Lansdowne Road....
Dublin
Ireland's Keane scores against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup qualifier at ...
Ireland's Keane scores against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup qualifier at Lansdowne Road. Ireland's Robbie Keane scores from the penalty spot against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup European zone, Group Four qualifier at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, October 13, 2004. Keane scored twice in the opening 32 minutes to set an all-time scoring record of 23 goals for Ireland in a World Cup qualifying match against the Faroe Islands on Wednesday. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
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October 13, 2004
Ireland's Keane celebrates his goal against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup qualifier at Lansdowne...
Dublin
Ireland's Keane celebrates his goal against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup ...
Ireland's Keane celebrates his goal against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup qualifier at Lansdowne Road. Ireland's Robbie Keane celebrates his goal against the Faroe Islands during their World Cup European zone, Group Four qualifier at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, October 13, 2004. Keane scored twice in the opening 32 minutes to set an all-time scoring record of 23 goals for Ireland in a World Cup qualifying match against the Faroe Islands on Wednesday. REUTERS/Tom Honan
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August 18, 2004
Bulgaria's manager Hristo Stoichkov gives instruction from the bench during an international friendly...
Dublin, Ireland
Bulgaria's manager Hristo Stoichkov gives instruction from the bench during the international friendly...
Bulgaria's manager Hristo Stoichkov gives instruction from the bench during an international friendly soccer match against Ireland at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, August 18, 2004. The match ended in a 1-1 draw. REUTERS/Tom Honan (IRELAND) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
SPORT SOCCER
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August 18, 2004
Ireland's manager Brain Kerr shakes hands with Roy Keane after he was substitited during their international...
Dublin
Ireland's manager Brain Kerr shakes hands with Roy Keane after he was substitited ...
Ireland's manager Brain Kerr shakes hands with Roy Keane after he was substitited during their international friendly soccer match against Bulgaria at Lansdowne Road Dublin. Ireland's manager Brain Kerr (R) shakes hands with Roy Keane (L) after he was substitited during their international friendly soccer match against Bulgaria at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, August 18, 2004.The match ended in a 1 all draw. REUTERS/Tom Honan
Sport Soccer
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August 18, 2004
Bulgaria's Valeri Bozhinov celebrates his goal with his team mates Georgi Markov Hristo Yanevand Vladimir...
Dublin, Ireland
Bulgaria's Valeri Bozhinov celebrates his goal with his team mates Georgi Markov Hristo ...
Bulgaria's Valeri Bozhinov celebrates his goal with his team mates Georgi Markov Hristo Yanevand Vladimir Manchev against Ireland during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road Dublin. Bulgaria's Valeri Bozhinov celebrates his goal against Ireland with his team mates Georgi Markov (L) Hristo Yanev (C) and Vladimir Manchev (R) during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, August 18, 2004. The match ended 1-1. REUTERS/Tom Honan
Sport Soccer
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August 18, 2004
Bulgaria's manager Hristo Stoichkov gives instruction from the bench during the international friendly...
Dublin, Ireland
Bulgaria's manager Hristo Stoichkov gives instruction from the bench during the ...
Bulgaria's manager Hristo Stoichkov gives instruction from the bench during the international friendly soccer match against Ireland at Lansdowne Road Dublin. Bulgaria's manager Hristo Stoichkov gives instruction from the bench during an international friendly soccer match against Ireland at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, August 18, 2004. The match ended in a 1-1 draw. REUTERS/Tom Honan Also see image: GF2DVSZIDLAA
SPORTS SOCCER
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August 18, 2004
Bulgaria's Valeri Bozhinov celebrates scoring Bulgaria's first goal against Ireland during their international...
Dublin, Bulgaria
Bulgaria's Valeri Bozhinov celebrates scoring Bulgaria's first goal against Ireland during their ...
Bulgaria's Valeri Bozhinov celebrates scoring Bulgaria's first goal against Ireland during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road Dublin. Bulgaria's Valeri Bozhinov celebrates scoring Bulgaria's first goal against Ireland during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, August 18, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan
Sport Soccer
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August 18, 2004
Ireland's John O'Shea and Bulgaria's Valeri Bozhinov battle for the ball during their international friendly...
Dublin, Ireland
Ireland's John O'Shea and Bulgaria's Valeri Bozhinov battle for the ball during their ...
Ireland's John O'Shea and Bulgaria's Valeri Bozhinov battle for the ball during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road Dublin. Ireland's John O'Shea (R) and Bulgaria's Valeri Bozhinov (L) battle for the ball during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, August 18, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCER
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August 18, 2004
Ireland's Damien Duff and Bulgaria's Radostin Kishishev battle for the ball during their international...
Dublin
Ireland's Damien Duff and Bulgaria's Radostin Kishishev battle for the ball during ...
Ireland's Damien Duff and Bulgaria's Radostin Kishishev battle for the ball during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road Dublin. Ireland's Damien Duff (R) and Bulgaria's Radostin Kishishev(L) battle for the ball during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, August 18, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan
Sport Soccer
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August 18, 2004
Bulgaria's manager Hristo Stoichkov watches from the bench during the international friendly soccer match...
Dublin, Ireland
Bulgaria's manager Hristo Stoichkov watches from the bench during the international ...
Bulgaria's manager Hristo Stoichkov watches from the bench during the international friendly soccer match against Ireland at Lansdowne Road Dublin. Bulgaria's manager Hristo Stoichkov watches from the bench during the international friendly soccer match against Ireland at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, August 18, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT RUGBY WORLD DRAW
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May 12, 2004
Syd Millar of the International Rugby Board (L), jokes with Ireland's international rugby union coach...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
MILLAR OF IRB SPEAKS WITH IRELAND'S O'SULLIVAN AND O'DRISCOLL AFTER RUGBY WORLD CUP DRAW.
Syd Millar of the International Rugby Board (L), jokes with Ireland's international rugby union coach Eddie O'Sullivan (R) and his captain Brian O'Driscoll after the draw for the Rugby World Cup 2007 in Dublin, Ireland, May 12, 2004. France will be the main host of the tournament with Wales, Ireland and Scotland each staging three pool games. REUTERS/Tom Honan MD/THI
SPORT RUGBY WORLD DRAW
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May 12, 2004
South Africa's international rugby union coach Jake White (L) stands with England's assistant rugby union...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
SOUTH AFRICA'S WHITE STANDS WITH ENGLAND'S ROBINSON AFTER RUGBY WORLD CUP DRAW.
South Africa's international rugby union coach Jake White (L) stands with England's assistant rugby union coach Andy Robinson after the draw for the Rugby World Cup 2007 in Dublin, Ireland, May 12, 2004. France will be the main host of the tournament with Wales, Ireland and Scotland each staging three pool games. REUTERS/Tom Honan MD/THI
SPORT RUGBY WORLD DRAW
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May 12, 2004
South Africa's international rugby union player John Smit (L) chats with Ireland's captain Brian O'Driscoll...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
SOUTH AFRICA'S SMIT CHATS WITH IRELAND'S O'DRISCOLL AFTER RUGBY WORLD CUP DRAW.
South Africa's international rugby union player John Smit (L) chats with Ireland's captain Brian O'Driscoll after the draw for the Rugby World Cup 2007 in Dublin, Ireland, May 12, 2004. France will be the main host of the tournament with Wales, Ireland and Scotland each staging three pool games. REUTERS/Tom Honan MD/THI
SPORT RUGBY WORLD DRAW
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May 12, 2004
Scotland's national rugby union team coach Matt Williams (L) stands with his player Chris Patterson after...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
SCOTLAND'S WILLIAMS STANDS WITH PLAYER PATTERSON AFTER DRAW FOR RUGBY WORLD CUP IN DUBLIN.
Scotland's national rugby union team coach Matt Williams (L) stands with his player Chris Patterson after the draw for the Rugby World Cup 2007 in Dublin, Ireland, May 12, 2004. France will be the main host of the tournament with Wales, Ireland and Scotland each staging three pool games. REUTERS/Tom Honan MD/AA
SPORT RUGBY WORLD DRAW
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May 12, 2004
ENGLAND'S HILL STANDS WITH FRANCE'S LAPORTE AND IRB'S MILLAR AFTER DRAW FOR RUGBY WORLD CUP IN DUBLIN....
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
ENGLAND'S HILL STANDS WITH FRANCE'S LAPORTE AND IRB'S MILLAR AFTER DRAW FOR RUGBY WORLD ...
ENGLAND'S HILL STANDS WITH FRANCE'S LAPORTE AND IRB'S MILLAR AFTER DRAW FOR RUGBY WORLD CUP IN DUBLIN. England rugby union player Richard Hill (L) stands with France's national rugby union team coach Bernard Laporte (C) and Dr Syd Millar (R) of the International Rugby Board after the draw for the Rugby World Cup 2007 in Dublin, Ireland, May 12, 2004. France will be the main host of the tournament with Wales, Ireland and Scotland each staging three pool games. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT RUGBY WORLD DRAW
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May 12, 2004
France's national rugby team coach Bernard Laporte speaks to the media after the draw for the Rugby World...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
FRANCE'S COACH LAPORTE SPEAKS TO MEDIA AFTER DRAW FOR RUGBY WORLD CUP IN DUBLIN.
France's national rugby team coach Bernard Laporte speaks to the media after the draw for the Rugby World Cup 2007 in Dublin, Ireland, May 12, 2004. France will be the main host of the tournament with Wales, Ireland and Scotland each staging three pool games. REUTERS/Tom Honan MD/THI
SPORT RUGBY WORLD DRAW
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May 12, 2004
France's national rugby team coach Bernard Laporte (R) and player Fabien Pelous stand together after...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
FRANCE'S COACH LAPORTE AND PLAYER PELOUS ATTEND DRAW FOR RUGBY WORLD CUP IN DUBLIN.
France's national rugby team coach Bernard Laporte (R) and player Fabien Pelous stand together after the draw for the Rugby World Cup 2007 in Dublin, Ireland, May 12, 2004. France will be the main host of the tournament with Wales, Ireland and Scotland each staging three pool games. REUTERS/Tom Honan MD/DBP
SPORT RUGBY WORLD DRAW
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May 12, 2004
PRESIDENT OF FRENCH RUGBY FEDERATION LAPASSET SPEAKS AFTER DRAW FOR RUGBY WORLD CUP IN DUBLIN. President...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
PRESIDENT OF FRENCH RUGBY FEDERATION LAPASSET SPEAKS AFTER DRAW FOR RUGBY WORLD CUP IN ...
PRESIDENT OF FRENCH RUGBY FEDERATION LAPASSET SPEAKS AFTER DRAW FOR RUGBY WORLD CUP IN DUBLIN. President of the French Rugby Federation, Bernard Lapasset, speaks to the media after the draw for the Rugby World Cup 2007 in Dublin, Ireland, May 12, 2004. France will be the main host of the tournament with Wales, Ireland and Scotland each staging three pool games. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT RUGBY WORLD DRAW
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May 12, 2004
ENGLAND ASSISTANT COACH ROBINSON SITS WITH IRLEAND MANAGER O'SULLIVAN AND O'DRISCOLL AFTER RUGBY WORLD...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
ENGLAND ASSISTANT COACH ROBINSON SITS WITH IRLEAND MANAGER O'SULLIVAN AND O'DRISCOLL ...
ENGLAND ASSISTANT COACH ROBINSON SITS WITH IRLEAND MANAGER O'SULLIVAN AND O'DRISCOLL AFTER RUGBY WORLD CUP DRAW. Andy Robinson (L) assistant coach of the England rugby team chats with Ireland's rugby union team manager Eddie O'Sullivan (C) and captain Brian O'Driscoll after the draw for the Rugby World Cup 2007 in Dublin, Ireland, May 12, 2004. France will be the main host of the tournament with Wales, Ireland and Scotland each staging three pool games. REUTERS/Tom Honan
IRISH
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May 12, 2004
China's Prime Minister Wen Jiabao attends a business breakfast at the National Gallery of Ireland in...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
CHINA'S PRIME MINISTER WEN JIABAO ATTENDS A BUSINESS BREAKFAST IN DUBLIN.
China's Prime Minister Wen Jiabao attends a business breakfast at the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin, May 12, 2004. Wen said on Wednesday he was confident China could maintain a GDP growth rate of seven percent and could quadruple its GDP by 2020. REUTERS/Tom Honan ASA/DL
IRISH
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May 12, 2004
China's Prime Minister Wen Jiabao addresses a business breakfast at the National Gallery of Ireland in...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
CHINA'S PRIME MINISTER WEN JIABAO ADDRESSES BUSINESS BREAKFAST IN DUBLIN.
China's Prime Minister Wen Jiabao addresses a business breakfast at the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin, May 12, 2004. Wen said on Wednesday he was confident China could maintain a GDP growth rate of seven percent and could quadruple its GDP by 2020. REUTERS/Tom Honan ASA/DL
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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April 25, 2004
Republic of Ireland soccer player Roy Keane (C) watches the European Cup 2004 Semi Final rugby union...
Dublin, United Kingdom of Great Britain
SOCCER PLAYER ROY KEANE WATCHES EUROPEAN CUP SEMI FINAL RUGBY UNION MATCH IN IRELAND.
Republic of Ireland soccer player Roy Keane (C) watches the European Cup 2004 Semi Final rugby union match between Munster and Wasps at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, April 25 2004. Wasps won 37-32. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/DBP/ACM
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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April 25, 2004
London Wasps's Joe Worsley (R) breaks the tackle of Munster's Anthony Foley during the European Cup 2004...
Dublin, United Kingdom of Great Britain
WASPS' WORSLEY BREAKS TACKLE OF MUNSTER'S FOLEY DURING EUROPEAN CUP SEMI FINAL RUGBY UNION MATCH IN IRELAND....
London Wasps's Joe Worsley (R) breaks the tackle of Munster's Anthony Foley during the European Cup 2004 Semi Final rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, April 25 2004. London Wasps won the match 37-32. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/DBP
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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April 25, 2004
London Wasps' Joe Worsley celebrates his side's rugby union European Cup 2004 semi-final match against...
Dublin, United Kingdom of Great Britain
WASPS' WORSLEY CELBRATES WINNING THEIR EUROPEAN CUP MATCH AGAINST MUNSTER AT LANSDOWNE ROAD.
London Wasps' Joe Worsley celebrates his side's rugby union European Cup 2004 semi-final match against Munster at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, April 25, 2004. London Wasps won the match 37-32. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/MD
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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April 25, 2004
London Wasps' Mark Van Gisbergen (L) Alex King (C) and Tom Voyce celebrate winning their rugby union...
Dublin, United Kingdom of Great Britain
WASPS' GISBERGEN KING AND VOYCE CELBRATE WINNING THEIR EUROPEAN CUP MATCH AGAINST MUNSTER AT LANSDOWNE...
London Wasps' Mark Van Gisbergen (L) Alex King (C) and Tom Voyce celebrate winning their rugby union European Cup 2004 semi-final match against Munster at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, April 25 2004. London Wasps won the match 37-32. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/MD
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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April 25, 2004
Munster's Christian Cullen (C) of New Zealand breaks the tackle of London Wasps's Ayoola Erinle (L) and...
Dublin, United Kingdom of Great Britain
MUNSTER'S CULLEN BREAKS TACKLE OF WASPS' ERINLE DURING EUROPEAN RUGBY UNION SEMI FINAL MATCH IN IRELAND....
Munster's Christian Cullen (C) of New Zealand breaks the tackle of London Wasps's Ayoola Erinle (L) and Alex King (R) during the European Cup 2004 Semi Final rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, April 25, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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April 25, 2004
London Wasps' Paul Volley scores his side's second try during their rugby union European Cup 2004 semi-final...
Dublin, United Kingdom of Great Britain
WASPS' VOLLEY SCORES A TRY DURING THEIR EUROPEAN CUP MATCH AGAINST MUNSTER AT LANSDOWNE ROAD.
London Wasps' Paul Volley scores his side's second try during their rugby union European Cup 2004 semi-final match against Munster at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, April 25 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/MD
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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April 25, 2004
London Wasps' Stuart Abbot breaks the tackle of Munsters' Ronan O'Gara during the Heineken Cup 2004 Semi...
Dublin, United Kingdom of Great Britain
WASPS' ABBOT BREAKS TACKLE FROM MUNSTER'S O'GARA DURING EUROPEAN CUP RUGBY UNION MATCH IN IRELAND.
London Wasps' Stuart Abbot breaks the tackle of Munsters' Ronan O'Gara during the Heineken Cup 2004 Semi Final rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, April 25, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/DBP
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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April 25, 2004
London Wasps' Josh Lewsey (bottom) scores a try with the help of team mate Joe Worsley (top) during their...
Dublin, United Kingdom of Great Britain
WASPS' LEWSEY SCORES A TRY DURING THEIR EUROPEAN CUP MATCH AGAINST MUNSTER AT LANSDOWNE ROAD.
London Wasps' Josh Lewsey (bottom) scores a try with the help of team mate Joe Worsley (top) during their rugby union European Cup 2004 semi-final match against Munster at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, April 25 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/MD
SPORT SOCCER
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March 31, 2004
IRELAND'S DOHERTY DEPARTS WITH AN INJURY DURING A FRIENDLY MATCH AGAINST CZECH REPUBLIC IN DUBLIN. Ireland's...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S DOHERTY DEPARTS WITH AN INJURY DURING A FRIENDLY MATCH AGAINST CZECH REPUBLIC ...
IRELAND'S DOHERTY DEPARTS WITH AN INJURY DURING A FRIENDLY MATCH AGAINST CZECH REPUBLIC IN DUBLIN. Ireland's Gary Doherty leaves the field injured during their international friendly soccer match against the Czech Republic's at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 31, 2004. Ireland won the match 2-1. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCER
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March 31, 2004
IRELAND'S MANAGER KERR GIVES INSTRUCTIONS TO HIS PLAYERS DURING A MATCH AGAINST CZECH REPUBLIC IN DUBLIN....
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S MANAGER KERR GIVES INSTRUCTIONS TO HIS PLAYERS DURING A MATCH AGAINST CZECH ...
IRELAND'S MANAGER KERR GIVES INSTRUCTIONS TO HIS PLAYERS DURING A MATCH AGAINST CZECH REPUBLIC IN DUBLIN. Ireland's manager Brian Kerr gives instructions to his players from the touchline during his side's international friendly soccer match against Czech Republic at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 31, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCER
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March 31, 2004
CZECH REPUBLIC COACH BRUCKNER WATCHES HIS TEAM DURING A FRIENDLY MATCH AGAINST IRELAND IN DUBLIN. Czech...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
CZECH REPUBLIC COACH BRUCKNER WATCHES HIS TEAM DURING A FRIENDLY MATCH AGAINST IRELAND ...
CZECH REPUBLIC COACH BRUCKNER WATCHES HIS TEAM DURING A FRIENDLY MATCH AGAINST IRELAND IN DUBLIN. Czech Republic's head coach Karel Bruckner watches from the sidelines during his team's international friendly soccer match against Ireland at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 31, 2004. Ireland won the match 2-1. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCER
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March 31, 2004
Ireland's Mark Kinsella celebrates his side's 2-1 victory over Czech Republic during their international...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S KINSELLA CELEBRATES VICTORY OVER CZECH REPUBLIC IN DUBLIN.
Ireland's Mark Kinsella celebrates his side's 2-1 victory over Czech Republic during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 31, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/MD/THI
SPORT SOCCER
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March 31, 2004
Ireland's Ian Harte (R) scores his side's first goal against Czech Republic during their international...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S HARTE SCORES AGAINST CZECH REPUBLIC DURING INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY MATCH IN DUBLIN.
Ireland's Ian Harte (R) scores his side's first goal against Czech Republic during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 31, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/MD
SPORT SOCCER
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March 31, 2004
IRELAND'S REID BATTLES WITH CZECH REPUBLIC'S HEINZ DURING THEIR INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY MATCH IN DUBLIN....
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S REID BATTLES WITH CZECH REPUBLIC'S HEINZ DURING THEIR INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY ...
IRELAND'S REID BATTLES WITH CZECH REPUBLIC'S HEINZ DURING THEIR INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY MATCH IN DUBLIN. Ireland's Andy Reid (R) battles for the ball with Czech Republic's Marek Heinz during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 31, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCER
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March 31, 2004
IRELAND'S DUFF BATTLES WITH CZECH REPUBLIC'S SIONKO DURING THEIR FRIENDLY SOCCER MATCH IN DUBLIN. Ireland's...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S DUFF BATTLES WITH CZECH REPUBLIC'S SIONKO DURING THEIR FRIENDLY SOCCER MATCH ...
IRELAND'S DUFF BATTLES WITH CZECH REPUBLIC'S SIONKO DURING THEIR FRIENDLY SOCCER MATCH IN DUBLIN. Ireland's Damien Duff (L) holds off Czech Republic's Libor Sionko (C) during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 31, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCER
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March 31, 2004
IRELAND'S MORRISON AND CZECH REPUBLIC'S JIRANEK BATTLE FOR THE BALL DURING THEIR FRIENDLY IN DUBLIN....
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S MORRISON AND CZECH REPUBLIC'S JIRANEK BATTLE FOR THE BALL DURING THEIR ...
IRELAND'S MORRISON AND CZECH REPUBLIC'S JIRANEK BATTLE FOR THE BALL DURING THEIR FRIENDLY IN DUBLIN. Ireland's Clinton Morrison (R) and Czech Republic's Martin Jiranek (C) battle for the ball during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 31, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT SOCCER
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March 31, 2004
IRELAND'S KEANE BATTLES FOR THE BALL WITH CZECH REPUBLIC'S JANKULOVSKI DURING THEIR FRIENDLY IN DUBLIN....
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S KEANE BATTLES FOR THE BALL WITH CZECH REPUBLIC'S JANKULOVSKI DURING THEIR ...
IRELAND'S KEANE BATTLES FOR THE BALL WITH CZECH REPUBLIC'S JANKULOVSKI DURING THEIR FRIENDLY IN DUBLIN. Ireland's Robbie Keane (R) battles for the ball with Czech Republic's Marek Jankulovski during their international friendly soccer match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 31, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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March 27, 2004
Ireland's Donnacha O'Callaghan (top) wins a line out against Scotland during their Six Nations rugby...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S O'CALLAGHAN WINS LINE OUT AGAINST SCOTLAND IN THE SIX NATIONS IN DUBLIN.
Ireland's Donnacha O'Callaghan (top) wins a line out against Scotland during their Six Nations rugby union match at Lansdowne Road in Dublin, March 27, 2004. Ireland won the match 37-16 and their first Triple Crown in 19 years, having also beaten England and Wales. REUTERS/Tom Honan ASA
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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March 27, 2004
The Ireland rugby union team celebrate beating Scotland in the Six Nations at Lansdowne Road in Dublin,...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND TEAM CELEBRATE BEATING SCOTLAND IN THE SIX NATIONS IN DUBLIN.
The Ireland rugby union team celebrate beating Scotland in the Six Nations at Lansdowne Road in Dublin, March 27, 2004. Ireland won the match 37-16 and their first Triple Crown in 19 years, having also beaten England and Wales. REUTERS/Tom Honan ASA
ASA
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March 27, 2004
IRELAND COACH O'SULLIVAN CELEBRATES AFTER HIS TEAM BEAT SCOTLAND IN THE SIX NATIONS IN DUBLIN. Ireland...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND COACH O'SULLIVAN CELEBRATES AFTER HIS TEAM BEAT SCOTLAND IN THE SIX NATIONS IN ...
IRELAND COACH O'SULLIVAN CELEBRATES AFTER HIS TEAM BEAT SCOTLAND IN THE SIX NATIONS IN DUBLIN. Ireland coach Eddie O'Sullivan celebrates his team's victory against Scotland in their Six Nations rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland, March 27, 2004. Ireland won the match 37-16 and their first Triple Crown in 19 years, having also beaten England and Wales. REUTERS/Tom Honan
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March 27, 2004
IRELAND'S O'DRISCOLL IS CONGRATULATED BY FANS AFTER HIS TEAM BEAT SCOTLAND IN THE SIX NATIONS IN DUBLIN....
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S O'DRISCOLL IS CONGRATULATED BY FANS AFTER HIS TEAM BEAT SCOTLAND IN THE SIX ...
IRELAND'S O'DRISCOLL IS CONGRATULATED BY FANS AFTER HIS TEAM BEAT SCOTLAND IN THE SIX NATIONS IN DUBLIN. Ireland's Brian O'Driscoll (C) is congratulated by fans after his team won their Six Nations rugby union match against Scotland at Lansdowne Road in Dublin, March 27, 2004. Ireland won the match 37-16 and their first Triple Crown in 19 years, having also beaten England and Wales. REUTERS/Tom Honan
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March 27, 2004
Ireland's Brian O'Driscoll (R) celebrates with a fan after his team won their Six Nations rugby union...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S O'DRISCOLL CELEBRATES AFTER HIS TEAM BEAT SCOTLAND IN THE SIX NATIONS IN DUBLIN.
Ireland's Brian O'Driscoll (R) celebrates with a fan after his team won their Six Nations rugby union match against Scotland at Lansdowne Road in Dublin, March 27, 2004. Ireland won the match 37-16 and their first Triple Crown in 19 years, having also beaten England and Wales. REUTERS/Tom Honan ASA/THI
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March 27, 2004
Scotland's Tom Philips (L) breaks through the tackle of Ireland's Girvan Dempsey (R) and Gordon D'Arcy...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
SCOTLAND'S PHILIPS BREAKS THROUGH TACKLE BY IRELAND'S DEMPSEY IN THE SIX NATIONS IN DUBLIN.
Scotland's Tom Philips (L) breaks through the tackle of Ireland's Girvan Dempsey (R) and Gordon D'Arcy (C) during their Six Nations rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland, March 27, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan ASA/THI
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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March 27, 2004
Ireland's David Wallace (R) scores a try as Scotland's Cameron Mather (L) and Chris Cusiter (C) try to...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S WALLACE SCORES A TRY AGAINST SCOTLAND IN THE SIX NATIONS IN DUBLIN.
Ireland's David Wallace (R) scores a try as Scotland's Cameron Mather (L) and Chris Cusiter (C) try to bring him down during their Six Nations rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland, March 27, 2004. Ireland beat Scotland 37-16. REUTERS/Tom Honan ASA
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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March 27, 2004
Ireland's Peter Stringer (2R) celebrates his try against Scotland during their Six Nations rugby union...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S STRINGER CELEBRATES HIS TRY AGAINST SCOTLAND IN SIX NATIONS IN DUBLIN.
Ireland's Peter Stringer (2R) celebrates his try against Scotland during their Six Nations rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland, March 27, 2004. Ireland defeated Scotland 37-16. REUTERS/Tom Honan ASA/GB
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March 20, 2004
Ireland's Malcolm O'Kelly (3L) breaks through the tackle of Italy's Leandro Castrogiovanni (R) during...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S O'KELLY BREAKS THROUGH TACKLE OF ITALY'S CASTROGIOVANNI AT LANSDOWNE ROAD.
Ireland's Malcolm O'Kelly (3L) breaks through the tackle of Italy's Leandro Castrogiovanni (R) during their Six Nations rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 20, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/ASA/WS
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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March 20, 2004
Ireland's Brian O'Driscoll (2R) breaks away from Italy's Aaron Persico (C) during their Six Nations rugby...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S O'DRISCOLL BREAKS AWAY FROM ITALY'S AARON PERSICO AT LANSDOWNE ROAD.
Ireland's Brian O'Driscoll (2R) breaks away from Italy's Aaron Persico (C) during their Six Nations rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 20, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/ASA/CRB
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March 20, 2004
Ireland's Shane Horgan (C) is tackled by Italy's (L) Roland De Marigny and (R) Aaron Persico during their...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S HORGAN BATTLES WITH ITALY'S DE MARIGNY AND PERSICO AT LANSDOWNE ROAD.
Ireland's Shane Horgan (C) is tackled by Italy's (L) Roland De Marigny and (R) Aaron Persico during their Six Nations rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 20, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/ASA/CRB
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March 20, 2004
Ireland's Shane Horgan (C) is tackled by Italy's (L) Roland De Marigny and (R) Aaron Persico during their...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S HORGAN BATTLES WITH ITALY'S DE MARIGNY AND PERSICO AT LANSDOWNE ROAD.
Ireland's Shane Horgan (C) is tackled by Italy's (L) Roland De Marigny and (R) Aaron Persico during their Six Nations rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 20, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/ASA/ACM
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March 20, 2004
Ireland's Shane Horgan (L) battles with Italy's Andrea Masi during their Six Nations rugby union match...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S HORGAN BATTLES WITH ITALY'S MASI AT LANSDOWNE ROAD.
Ireland's Shane Horgan (L) battles with Italy's Andrea Masi during their Six Nations rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 20, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/ASA/CRB
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March 20, 2004
Ireland's Simon Easterby wins a line out against Italy during their Six Nations rugby union match at...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S EASTERBY WINS LINE OUT AGAINST ITALY AT LANSDOWNE ROAD.
Ireland's Simon Easterby wins a line out against Italy during their Six Nations rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 20, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/ASA/CRB
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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March 20, 2004
IRELAND'S O'DRISCOLL PUSHES THROUGH TO SCORE A TRY AS ITALY'S ONGARO CLOSES IN AT LANSDOWNE ROAD. Ireland's...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRELAND'S O'DRISCOLL PUSHES THROUGH TO SCORE A TRY AS ITALY'S ONGARO CLOSES IN AT ...
IRELAND'S O'DRISCOLL PUSHES THROUGH TO SCORE A TRY AS ITALY'S ONGARO CLOSES IN AT LANSDOWNE ROAD. Ireland's Brian O'Driscoll (R) pushes through to score Ireland's second try as Italy's Fabio Ongaro closes in during their Six Nations rugby union match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, March 20, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan
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February 28, 2004
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams gives an address during his party's annual conference in Dublin, Ireland,...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
SINN FEIN PRESIDENT ADAMS GIVES AN ADDRESS AT HIS PARTY'S ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN DUBLIN.
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams gives an address during his party's annual conference in Dublin, Ireland, February 28, 2004. REUTERS/Tom Honan TH/MD/JSG/CRB
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