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Sunday, 16 June 2002

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Tuesday, 11 June 2002

  • 20:30 World CupSaudi Arabia 0-3 Rep Ireland

Wednesday, 05 June 2002

  • 20:30 World CupGermany 1-1 Rep Ireland

Saturday, 01 June 2002

  • 15:30 World CupRep Ireland 1-1 Cameroon

Thursday, 16 May 2002

  • 19:30 International MatchRep Ireland 1-2 Nigeria

Wednesday, 17 April 2002

  • 19:30 International MatchRep Ireland 2-1 USA

Wednesday, 27 March 2002

  • 19:30 International MatchRep Ireland 3-0 Denmark

Wednesday, 13 February 2002

  • 19:30 International MatchRep Ireland 2-0 Russia

Thursday, 15 November 2001

  • 14:00 World Cup Euro QualIran 1-0 Rep Ireland

Saturday, 10 November 2001

  • 18:00 World Cup Euro QualRep Ireland 2-0 Iran

Saturday, 06 October 2001

  • 18:00 World Cup Euro QualRep Ireland 4-0 Cyprus

Saturday, 01 September 2001

  • 15:00 World Cup Euro QualRep Ireland 1-0 Holland

Wednesday, 15 August 2001

  • 19:30 International MatchRep Ireland 2-2 Croatia

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