The Club Wins the 2010 William Hill Irish Sports Book of the Year

The winner of the 2010 William Hill Irish Sports Book of the year has been announced. - December 04, 2010

Shortlist Announced for the William Hill Irish Sports Book of the Year

The shortlist of six books to contest the title of William Hill Irish Sports Book of the Year for 2010 was announced today. Some of Ireland’s most famous sports stars have made the top six sports books of the year including John Giles, Ruby Walsh and Bernard Dunne. Giles’ book,... - November 26, 2010

Public Get Chance to Vote for 2010 William Hill Irish Sports Book of the Year

Following the announcement of the long list for the William Hill Irish Sports book of the Year 2010 it has been revealed that the public have the opportunity to be a member of the judging panel and choose this year’s winner. Eleven of Ireland’s top sports commentators will judge this... - November 05, 2010

You Decide, William Hill Bingo Launches Breast Cancer Awareness Month Campaign

William Hill Bingo, who have raised a lot of money in aid of "Beast Cancer Awareness week" in the past, are launching their new campaign to raise money for Breast Cancer related charities. - October 15, 2010

A German World Cup Triumph Would be a Disaster Says Leading Bookies

Leading UK bookmakers will face a massive payout if Germany win the World Cup in South Africa. - July 07, 2010

Paul Le Guen 2.50 Favourite to Become Next Socceroos Boss

Leading on-line bookmakers have opened betting on who will replace Pim Verbeek as coach of the Australian national football coach. The firm opened betting on the next coach following the Socceroos elimination from the World Cup in South Africa. - June 25, 2010

Countdown to South Africa Sparks $2 Billion World Cup Gamble

The 2010 World Cup in South Africa looks set to become the biggest betting event in sports history, according the gaming giant William Hill. - June 12, 2010

Dónal Óg Cusack Wins Irish Sports Book of the Year

Dónal Óg Cusack’s autobiography “Come What May” has won the 2009 Irish Sports book of the year. Cusack's book which talks about his sports career, his battles with the GAA, his sexuality and his personal life beat off competition from Damian Lawlor’s “Working on a Dream” and Kieran Shannon’s “Hanging from the Rafters” to win the coveted prize. - December 06, 2009

Barca Favourites to Win 'El Clasico' & Guardiola's Side 150-1 to Win 6-2 Again

Bookmakers have issued betting odds for the biggest club football match in the World - Barcelona v Real Madrid. The on-line firm make the current European Champions their hot favourites to win the match - which is simply referred to as 'El Clasico'. - November 29, 2009

Shortlist Announced for the Irish Sports Book of the Year

The shortlist of six books for the 2009 Irish Sports Book of the Year was announced today. The six books were selected by the judging panel from an original long list if 23 books entered for the award. As the GAA celebrates its 125th anniversary this year there are three Gaelic... - November 27, 2009

Bookies Think 60.01% to 65% of Irish Voters Will Vote ‘Yes’ in Lisbon Referendum

European bookmakers William Hill are offering odds on the important Lisbon treaty referendum which takes places in Ireland this Friday, 2nd October. This is the second referendum on the controversial European Union treaty. The first time the Irish electorate rejected the change in legislation and threw the European organisation into chaos. However, this time the bookies odds and the latest opinion polls suggest that it'll be second time lucky for the 'Yes' campaign. - October 02, 2009

Alejandro Valverde Wins €1,000,000 for Spanish Bettors

Leading on-line gaming and sports company has already paid out on Alejandro Valverde winning the Vuelta cycling race in Spain - even though the race doesn't finish until Sunday. - September 19, 2009

La Vuelta Sponsors, Fear €1 Million Valverde Payout

Europe's leading on-line gaming and sportsbook website fear that Alejandro Valverde could cost them a €1 million payout. The local rider is now the odds on favourite to win the Vuelta A Espana cycling race. The event finishes on Sunday in Madrid and the Spanish rider currently leads the race by 31 seconds from the Dutch rider Robert Gesink. - September 16, 2009

O'Bama 100/1 to Dye His Hair Green for St. Patrick's Day

European bookmakers William Hill have come up with some Barack Obama specials for St. Patrick's Day. The US President's great great great grandfather Falmouth Kearney was born in Ireland and the bookies have begun to speculate about how Mr O'Bama will celebrate the Irish national holiday. - March 17, 2009

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