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  1. Tramore Racecourse

    Tramore, Waterford

    Tramore races have been providing exciting entrertainment for racing fans for more than 200 years. Read more

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  2. Kingdom Greyhound Racing Stadium 12

    Tralee, Kerry

    If you fancy a night out with a difference to suit all the family, why not have a night out at the Dogs. Read more

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  3. Kilcohan Park Greyhound Stadium

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Looking for something fun, that all ages and groups can enjoy ? Check out the thrills, the experience and the excitement, that is a night at the dogs. Read more

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  4. Aqua Golf

    Tralee, Kerry

    18 hole minature golf course has holes of varying length and difficulty which incorporate areas of rough and bunkers as well as humps and hollows - see if you can score that elusive hole in one! Read more

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  5. Croke Park Stadium

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Visit Croke Park Stadium and find out what being Irish is all about! Read more

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  6. National Basketball Arena

    Tallaght, Dublin

    The National Basketball Arena, opened in 1993, is Ireland's premier indoor sports facility with permanent seating for 2,100 and 18,000 sq ft of floor space. Read more

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  7. Sligo Tennis Club

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    A modern sports complex initiated by a small number of dedicated volumtary members. Read more

  8. Thomond Park

    Limerick City, Limerick

    Thomond Park is the home ground of Munster Rugby, one of the most successful and best supported rugby clubs in the world. Read more

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  9. Cork City Football Club

    Cork City, Cork

    Cork City Football Club is the only full-time professional sports club in Cork. The club plays its home matches at Turner’s Cross Stadium, which is commonly accepted to be the best stadium in the League of Ireland. Read more

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  10. Aviva Stadium

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Aviva Stadium is the home of Irish Rugby and Football. This new stadium which opens in May 2010 is built on the grounds of the old Lansdowne Road Stadium, the oldest (1872) sporting stadium in the world. Come and experience the "behind the scenes" tour of this magnificent stadium with your personal guide. Relive the history while absorbing the new stadium, a venue sure to add many new chapters to that history. Read more

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