Derry J F Doody

Derry J F Doody

ScoreBoardMemories.com was established in 2005 by Derry JF Doody, as a non commercial – non profit Irish Heritage website specialising in Golden Memories of Irish sports legends and Famous Sons & Daughters of Ireland.

The website is designated to Irish sports fans; Irish exiles and people of Irish ancestry around the globe. From a tiny acorn ScoreBoardMemories.com is now browsed all over Ireland and around the globe by thousands of people interested in Irish sport folklore and famous Irish people.

At various times throughout the year, promoter and editor, Derry JF Doody, a native of Passage West, Co. Cork, may decide to produce and present a series of “Live” All Ireland Hall Of Fame Induction Shows to honour Irish legends of sport and music.

ScoreBoardMemories.com is an E based project and is the Irish Home of All Ireland Hall Of Fame Online Gallery and is “Exclusively” an Online Gallery.

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Wednesday, 10 August 2011 15:37

Phil Grimes: 1950's Waterford Fame

Hurling Category:   Decies Famous Hurler Had Distinguished Career Phil Grimes of famed Mount Sion, Waterford would have been an automatic choice on any legendary starting fifteen of the counties who have claimed the most All Ireland senior hurling titles. His elegance made him one of the unique breed of…
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Hurling Category:   Nicky Rackard: Wexford's Greatest Ever Forward Of 1950's Fame   Wexford generated public imagination with their magnificent brand of powerful hurling in the 1950s decade. Nicky Rackard took hurling’s centre stage when Christy Ring was in the twilight of his career and the Wexfordman became an icon…
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