Jerry Gibbons scorched past the line in 12 throws to win the Bill Barrett Cup final over Tim Young at Caheragh.More
When Matt Le Tissier was asked recently whether he had any regrets about never moving to a bigger club, the most famous and loyal player in the history of Southampton FC explained why he hadn’t.More
So much has changed since Munster set out on their inaugural fixture in this season’s Champions Cup campaign that it’s difficult to grasp that they now sit just 80 minutes away from an appearance in the semi-final stage of the tournament.More
The FAI like to play up the time spent by some of its senior players in the domestic league but the rite of passage for most Republic of Ireland internationals still involves a one-way ticket across the Irish Sea before they possess the right to vote or drink.More
John Maughan insists Mayo supporters are a forgiving type and won’t give Cormac Reilly a hard time of it when he takes charge of their crucial final round game against Donegal in Castlebar on Sunday.More
There was a moment during the last World Cup finals when it seemed the Dutch might be about to write a new chapter in their glorious football history, writes David ShonfieldMore
Dublin need only a point on Sunday to seal a fifth straight Division 1 final appearance.More
Always learning, even at 78. The godfather of Dublin coaching, Mickey Whelan, has left an enormous and lasting legacy on the current Dublin set-up, one those involved are more than happy to acknowledge, writes Kieran ShannonMore
You have to give it to Cork for the way they responded after successive defeats to Dublin and Kilkenny, writes Anthony Daly.More
I said in this column before kick-off on Friday I would have happily taken a draw against Wales. Well, Ireland did get a valuable point on that night, but only at a very heavy price.More
It was another time and another place. The proof? Yours truly in a position of responsibility, teaching a class in northern California, writes Michael Moynihan.More
Our man inside the game says Seamus Coleman’s universal popularity and the upsetting nature of the break make it tempting to lynch somebody but hanging Taylor won’t help the Ireland captain.More
It really is one of the great contradictions. The evidence provided by the Cheltenham festival - an unprecedented 19 winners for Ireland - tells us that the National Hunt game in this country is absolutely flying, writes Pat Keane.More
This week a bunch of hopefuls returned from the Scottish highlands where they’d spent a year building a self-sufficient community away from the outside world, writes Larry Ryan.More
In the last round of the league in 2013, Dublin played Carlow in Parnell Park. We were second in Division 1B so we needed to win to ensure we made the final against Limerick, writes Anthony Daly.
He was our man. He was the man that, when you had the big bullies from the big clubs coming up to us, we’d say, ‘You know what, we’ve got Ryan and Ryan will help us’. And that’s what he did, writes Liam Mackey.
Willie Mullins has been second in the Cheltenham Gold Cup six times, writes Brendan O’BrienMore
Liam Brady is confident David Meyler can do a job against WalesMore
Paul Rouse tackles the wage packets of some of your beloved, and less so, soccer stars and whether or not they deserve the kind of money they make.More
This week Ronan O’Gara talks nerves and the sporting men that put them to an end.
Aidan Murphy and Cathal Toal secured their places in next month’s Joe McVeigh Cup semi-final following good wins on the Newtownhamilton Road at Tassagh, Armagh on Sunday.More
Nothing, upon losing an All-Ireland final, quite prompts you to bite the lip and the tears to well as arriving back at the hotel and seeing and walking through your people.More