Irish Independent article on 30th November 2008:

'Other families went into therapy. Mine played Scrabble. I'm convinced it's the only reason we still speak' (by Joseph O Connor)

IN an attempt to combine toughening up for the recession with the requirements of my imminent mid-life crisis, I've been running six miles daily... Read more


Irish Times article on 8th March 2008:

Get on board
(by Eoin Butler)

You can play Scrabble online, or in cafes, or with a growing number of clubs around the country. It's the new bingo...There are enthusiasts of all ages and from all walks of life...Read more




Irish Tribune article on 25th November 2007:


Triple word scores galore for Irish at Scrabble Four Nations (by Isabel Hayes)

IT USED to be the sole preserve of pensioners, but now the game of Scrabble is seeing a surge of popularity amongst young people, with new clubs opening up all around the country and Ireland beginning to make its mark at international level...  
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Irish Independent article on 20th August 2007:

The joy of scrabble (unknown author)

The world-famous word game is enjoying a surge in popularity thanks to the website Facebook. Addict Sam Leith celebrates its enduring appeal...
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