The Weekend of Sport on Social Media including our first ever World Champion Gymnast, taking the down the Rugby World Champions, landing a first-ever football double, breaking into the World Top 30 and playing Ice Hockey in Kuwait…
Rhys McClenaghan became Ireland’s first ever World Champion in Gymnastics…
To anybody who ever supported me.
To my family and friends.
To my younger self.
Thank you, this one was for all of you.❤️☘️ pic.twitter.com/YJFDIhunc3
— Rhys Mcclenaghan (@McClenaghanRhys) November 5, 2022
It was attritional, but it was also historic as Ireland took down the reigning World Champions South Africa on an evening to remember at the Aviva Stadium
— Irish Rugby (@IrishRugby) November 5, 2022
A special win in front of a record crowd at Tallaght Stadium
— Shelbourne FC (@shelsfc) November 6, 2022
Seamus Power kept up his hot streak and climbed into the World Top 30…
Just a week after winning the Bermuda Championship, the Waterford native collected a cheque for $375,560 for finishing joint-third to move into the world's top 30https://t.co/NEEL3lwbWT
— RTEgolf (@RTEgolf) November 6, 2022
And we have to remember that sport comes in many different forms. The Irish Ice Hockey Senior Women’s Team were in action in a new competition in Kuwait over the weekend…
Game 1 was played this morning where Ireland had a hard-fought loss to Luxembourg. Hard luck 👏👏👏👏 pic.twitter.com/Vjch7SpE8y
— Sport Ireland (@sportireland) November 7, 2022