GAA - Today's News

Scrutiny comes with territory

Before throw-in in Omagh on Sunday, April 6, Jim Gavin was asked by TG4 presenter Micheál Ó Domhnaill about Bernard Brogan, who had been named to make his first start of the year.

SOCCER - Today's News

Meyler: Roy could sort out United underachievers

While Ireland international manager Martin O’Neill was non-committal on his assistant Roy Keane being linked with a possible role at Manchester United, Hull City and Republic of Ireland midfielder David Meyler believes his fellow Corkman would be well up to the task.

RUGBY - Today's News

Hansen claims All Black European exiles lacking ‘mental fortitude’

All Black coach Steve Hansen has accused players who have left New Zealand to play in Ireland and other European countries as lacking “mental fortitude” while the country’s main newspaper has claimed future Irish teams will not be Irish.

GOLF - Today's News

Poulter: McGinley’s Euro stars on the rise

Ian Poulter believes European captain Paul McGinley will be delighted with the way his side is taking shape ahead of the Ryder Cup in September.

RACING - Today's News

Un De Sceaux Auteuil-bound

Un De Sceaux is set to return to Auteuil on Saturday instead of lining up in the Racing Post Champion Hurdle at next week’s Punchestown Festival.

OTHER SPORTS - Today's News

Legend Phelps to make return today

American Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all-time, will make his return to competitive swimming today.