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# Keeping it in the Family

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# Keeping it in the Family
'It was a dream for the two of us to play with each other' - flying the family flag with Clare
His older brother Conor has retired but Diarmuid Ryan is making his mark with the Clare hurlers.
# Family Business
Johnny Ward: Aidan O'Brien's youngest son concentrating on riding while he can keep the weight down
20-year-old jockey Donnacha hasn’t ruled out following in the footsteps of his father and brother by becoming a trainer.
# Keeping it in the Family
EuroMillions winners 'considering their options' about going public or not
The family syndicate won’t be collecting the cheque until at least next week anyway.
# Keeping it in the Family
Who is Jared Kushner? The stunning rise of Trump's son-in-law has come to a halt
The husband of Ivanka has a senior position in the White House.
# Keeping it in the Family
Want to feel old? Shaun Wright-Phillips' son, grandson of Ian Wright, called up to England U16s
Teenager D’Margio is part of Manchester City’s academy.
# Keeping it in the Family
Donald Trump is giving his son-in-law a top job in the White House
Jared Kushner will need to argue that a federal anti-nepotism law barring officials from appointing relatives to government positions does not apply to him.
# Keeping it in the Family
After John Perry hires his wife, we asked a Fine Gael TD if they'd employ a family member...
The former junior minister is back in the news today.
# Keeping it in the Family
Michael Healy-Rae on the 'personal vendetta' people had against his father
“He will be remembered for an awful long time.”
# Keeping it in the Family
President Bush is writing a biography of his dad, President Bush
The book will be “heartfelt, intimate, and illuminating”. Bless.
# Keeping it in the Family
Sons of All-Ireland winner making it big in the US
Darragh and Shane O’Neill are on the verge of carving out careers for themselves in two different sports.