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2007 in Ireland
Events from the year 2007 in Ireland.
Arts and literature
- European Championship Qualifiers
- 7 February - San Marino 1-2 Ireland
- 24 March - Ireland 1-0 Wales
- 28 March - Ireland 1-0 Slovakia
- 8 September - Slovakia 2-2 Ireland
- 12 September - Czech Republic 1-0 Ireland
- 13 October - Ireland 0-0 Germany
- 17 October - Ireland 1-1 Cyprus
- 17 November - Wales 2-2 Ireland
Ireland finished third in the Group and failed to qualify.
2007 Cricket World Cup: In a successful world cup debut, the Ireland cricket team qualified from the group stage for the Super 8 stage, notably defeating Pakistan cricket team in the process.
- 2007 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final
- 16 September: Kerry 3-13 Cork 1-9
- 2007 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final
- 2 September: Kilkenny 2-19 Limerick 1-15
January to June
- 3 January - Michael Yeats, Fianna Fáil Seanad member and Member of the European Parliament (MEP) (born 1921).
- 23 January - Jimmy Murray, Roscommon Gaelic footballer and All-Ireland Senior Football Championship-winning captain (born 1917).
- 28 January - Bertie Troy, Roman Catholic priest and All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship-winning manager with Cork (born 1930).
- 5 February - John S. Beckett, musician, composer and conductor (born 1927).
- 8 February - Benedict Kiely, writer, broadcaster and journalist (born 1919).
- 17 February - Dermot O'Reilly, musician, producer and songwriter (born 1942).
- 25 February - Jackie Gilroy, former Dublin Gaelic footballer (born 1942).
-06 March - Larry Kavanagh Mountrath co Laois, politician ,chairman Laois Vec , chairman Laois county council , Larry lost his seat in 1999 in a historic and celebrated contest with John Bonham, where they both tied on 795 votes, leaving the matter to be decided in the High Court on the interpretation of disputed ballots and a fraction of a vote.
much loved and personable he won the 2004 election for labour and was elected chairman of Laois emperor county council in 2005 , a position he held up to the time of his passing.
- 11 March - Dave Creedon, former Cork hurler (born 1919).
- 2 April - Emma Groves, blinded by a rubber bullet in 1971, leading campaigner for banning the use of plastic bullets, co-founder of the United Campaign Against Plastic Bullets (born 1920).
- 24 April - Kate Walsh, Progressive Democrats Senator (born 1947).
- 29 April - Con Murphy, Cork hurler and former President of the Gaelic Athletic Association (born 1922).
- 5 May - Michael ffrench-O'Carroll, Independent Teachta Dála (TD) and Senator (born 1919).
- 22 May - Dermot O'Brien, 74, former Louth Gaelic footballer and entertainer.
- 30 May - Kieran Carey, Tipperary hurler (born 1933).
- 1 June - John Moriarty, writer and philosopher (born 1938).
July to December
- 1 July - John Egan, former Dublin GAA County Chairman (born 1951).
- 9 July - John Wilson, Fianna Fáil TD and Cabinet Minister, former Cavan Gaelic footballer (born 1923).
- 15 July - Kieron Moore, actor (born 1924).
- 23 July - Joan O'Hara, actress (born 1930).
- 1 August - Tommy Makem, folk singer (born 1932).
- 3 August - Éamonn Young, Cork Gaelic footballer (born 1921).
- 10 August - Tom Cheasty, Waterford hurler (born 1934).
- 27 August - Tom Mulligan, Dublin Gaelic footballer (born 1977).
- 30 August - Tom Munnelly, folk-song collector (born 1944).
- 10 September - Joe Sherlock, Labour Party (Ireland) TD (born 1930).
- 26 September - Mick Holden, Gaelic footballer and hurler (born 1954).
- 2 October - Dan Keating, Ireland's oldest man and last surviving veteran of the Irish War of Independence (born 1902).
- 3 October - Tony Ryan, businessman and philanthropist, founder of Guinness Peat Aviation and one of founders of Ryanair (born 1936).
- 6 October - Tom Murphy, actor (born 1968).
- 19 October - Johnny Clifford, Cork hurler (born 1934).
- 22 October - Brendan McWilliams, meteorologist and science writer (born 1944).
- 28 October - Anthony Clare, psychiatrist and broadcaster (born 1942).
- 13 November
- 15 November - Ned Power, Waterford hurler (born 1929).
- 3 December - Eileen Proctor, founder and president of the National Association of Widows in Ireland (born 1916).
- 6 December - Katy French, model and socialite (born 1983).
- 7 December - Mick Ryan, Tipperary hurler (born 1925).
- 11 December - Christie Hennessy, folk singer songwriter (born 1945).
- 14 December - Gene Fitzgerald, Fianna Fáil TD and MEP (born 1932).
- 15 December - Jimmy O'Neill, soccer player (born 1931).
- 26 December - Joe Dolan, singer (born 1939).
- 27 December - Kit Ahern, Fianna Fáil TD (born 1915).
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