Three potential areas for Ireland to exploit
Ireland have already featured in two of the best games in the Six Nations — their demolition of 2013 ...
Disappointing yes, but not the end of the world.
It’s funny the things you remember.
Quite a week then. I must admit I didn’t see Rob Penney’s departure from Munster coming down the track ...
Three battles Ireland must shade to beat Wales
DONAL LENIHAN: Let’s get this one out of the way early, given that you are going to be subjected ...
Irish Examiner rugby columnist, Donal Lenihan, throws his eyes over the key areas in this afternoon's ...
In the ever-changing world of professional rugby, very little can be taken for granted. With just four ...
A fresh start, a new beginning. That is the beauty of a Six Nations campaign. Regardless of what has ...
While it’s a bit premature yet to suggest the good days are back for Munster, there is no question Rob ...
The drama and uncertainty surrounding the make up of the Heineken Cup quarter-finals extended through ...
THE most satisfied man in Irish rugby last Sunday night was Joe Schmidt. On a weekend that saw the return ...
Another week, another new tournament on the horizon.
While it’s customary to reflect on rugby events at this time of year, I no more than you have an appetite ...
Despite the gale-force winds that lashed the Irish coast and wreaked havoc for the aviation industry, ...
Maybe that agonising defeat to New Zealand has a legacy after all. At least in determining a starting ...
Tony McCoy will take Sunday and Monday off before the Cheltenham Festival to be in hospital with seven-month-old son Archie, who underwent cardiac surgery on Friday.
Brian O'Driscoll's vintage sleight of hand conjured Ireland's seven-try, 46-7 RBS 6 Nations victory over Italy on the stalwart centre's final international appearance in Dublin.
Dublin dismantled Kildare's creaking defence on their way to a resounding NFL Division One victory at Croke Park.
Ballysaggart are seriously considering contesting the decision to allow the result of last month's All-Ireland junior club hurling final replay to stand.
ALLIANZ HL DIVISION 1A: Tipperary v Clare On June 3, 2001, in the 14th minute of an outstanding Munster senior hurling semi-final, Tipperary teenager Eoin Kelly shipped a heavy tackle from Clare corner-back Frank Lohan and was spun directly into the path of Clare midfield powerhouse Ollie Baker, who floored the youngster with a massive shoulder.
Ireland can face down history and sweep to RBS 6 Nations title glory in Paris next weekend, according to Brian O'Driscoll.
I want to give a bit of advice here to Davy Fitzgerald, if he'll take it.
Henry Shefflin has revealed he has a growing appreciation of the reasons why the Cork hurlers went on strike in 2002.
With so much excitement surrounding today's game and Brian O'Driscoll's last appearance at the Aviva Stadium, this little gem didn't get quite the attention it deserved.
Tyrone and Kerry clashes traditionally have something of an edge and tomorrow's encounter is significant for more than just historical reasons.
Game of Thrones could do for tourism in Northern Ireland what Lord Of The Rings has achieved for New Zealand.
A hepatitis C support group whose funding has been pulled spent almost €13,000 of public funds on a pampering and relaxation weekend despite being instructed not to do so, according to the Health Service Executive.
A seething Oscar Pistorius fired his pistol out of a car's open sun-roof after an argument with a police officer, ex-girlfriend Samantha Taylor told a court, the fifth day of his trial for the murder of Reeva Steenkamp.
Michael Schumacher's family have been told "only a miracle" can save the Formula One legend, according to reports.
International credit rating agency Standard & Poor's has warned it may lower its mid-range 'BB/B' rating on AIB later this year, saying its outlook for the bank remains "negative".
RAISED on fairytales in which tall, dashing princes gallop to the aid of maidens in distress, women assume the perfect date must tower above them — but suppose the guy who adores you is eyeball to your shoulder?
Does your home ache for a makeover? Is a new extension the cure for your storage problems, or is it lack of light that's making you gloomy?
A cleverly constructed poem written by a 14-year-old American student has garnered near-universal acclaim on social media after being uploaded by the author's brother.
A mother who suspects her teenage son's death by suicide is linked to cyberbullying told the coroner that she has found "horrific" and "threatening" messages on his phone.
The roll-out of water meters around the country is putting the focus on the looming charges, due next year. John Hearne offers tips for saving both water and money
First it was bin tax, then water tax and, now, even babysitting money is targeted for tax.
THE Dáil was treated to a rare outburst of emotion last Wednesday. Unlike the odd performance that rises into high dudgeon, this came from the heart.
SHROVE Tuesday reminds us of pancakes, almost the world's most versatile recipe with a myriad of interpretations.
Ukraine has a new government, but Western leaders should be very careful about what they wish for, argues Geoff Roberts
Can-Linn's Kasey Smith is set to become Ireland's entry into Eurovision this year, despite controversy surrounding her connection to music mogul Louis Walsh.
One of the most senior doctors in the Department of Health has warned the Department of the Environment that people at risk of the controversial wind turbine syndrome should be treated "appropriately and sensitively as these symptoms can be debilitating".
Cork's famous fishmonger Pat O'Connell has been invited to Buckingham Palace.