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The Padcast – Episode 6!

It’s Episode Sex of “The Padcast”… we mean, six, but you can guess what we’re going to cover this week. While ‘that’ story gets our attention, host Ciaran Ó Raghallaigh along with Chris McWilliams are joined by former Arsenal and Spurs footballer Rohan Ricketts to discuss his career and garner his unique and somewhat controversial […]

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Brian Cowen Steps Down – Next Fianna Fail Leader?

Brian Cowen has stepped down as Fianna Fáil leader, but will remain as Taoiseach until the Election. But, who is in line to fill Cowen’s delightfully small shoes? Michael Martin (1/25), Brian Lenihan (12/1) and Mary Hanafin (18/1) are the leading contenders to replace the Offaly native as the IMF’s puppet Taoiseach. Corkman Martin is […]

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Harrington Refund

Back in the day, trial by television basically meant Judge Judy, but golf viewers with nothing better to do with their time have given it a very 2011 twist. Padraig Harrington is the latest high profile player to suffer at the hands of a couch potato’s lack of social life, but Paddy Power customers needn’t […]

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Australian Open Payouts

No-one wins from early retirements in tennis. Expect of course physios and the wonderful medical professionals associated with the often long and always expensive rehabilitation process. They make out pretty well from the whole arrangement. So when Andy Murray and Rafa Nadal progressed to the 2nd Round of the Australian Open courtesy of their opponents […]

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Have A Rant, Win A Free Bet!

Seeing as it is a bank holiday here and I want to shoot off to the pub now, I’m going to keep this short. First up we have last week’s winner of the €/£30 free bet, who could be none other than Karl and his almost tender entreaty on behalf of ex-footballers who have fallen […]

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Enhanced Value this Saturday

A lot like we did last week, we're offering an enhanced show price on one fancied horse in 8 selected races this Saturday. You don’t even have to wait around to see which horse and which race we’re doing it for because we’ve helpfully compiled a list below. Once the live show comes through from […]

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Come Along To The Poker!!

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Tom's tips of the week

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Michael O'Leary buys Liverpool

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Win A VIP Trip to the paddypower.com Cork National

UPDATE: Due to the unexpected difficulty of this competition, there’s some hints in the comments section. I’d advise reading them before having a guess. ========================================= What says Halloween more than the paddypower.com Cork National? Well everything basically, but this year the race coincides with the 31st October and that's enough for us to make the […]

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Have A Rant Winners!

A bit of a slow week on the rants front but still some good points were made regarding the tough tackling issue. The results of the poll suggest that the vast majority of you, at least the vast majority of you who like to express their opinions through the medium of a predefined poll, believe […]

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Enhanced Value On Saturday's Racing Action!

There's some top class racing on Channel 4 tomorrow, with the return of Cheltenham and some stellar names involved in Champions' Day at Newmarket. So in our ongoing quest to look after the punters, we've decided to enhance the horses that you want to back, when you want to back them! We're offering an enhanced […]

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Champions Day Betting

  Aside from ‘There’s Nothing Else To Do In Wolverhampton But Go Racing Day’ or the resolutely factual ‘Derby Day’ there can be few fixtures on the racing calendar than Champions Day at Newmarket in which the name describes the quality of the card. And if that introduction sounds familiar that’s because we’re more than […]

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Premier League Tips 15.10.10

This week Tom talks the Merseyside Derby:

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Is Football Getting Soft?

With Nigel de Jong trying his best to drum up business for the knee surgeons of Europe, there have been some debates around the levels of physicality in the games these days. Some, like Danny Murphy, think that it’s all getting a little too dangerous and managers need to change the mentality of their players […]

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