Thomas Mackle had an easier thanexpected win over Aidan Murphy in the Dunmanway Hospital Day Care Tournament ...
James O’Donovan and Martin Coppinger made it a fruitless trip south for Armagh brothers Peadar and Cathal ...
Wayne Callanan is the Hughie Desmond Cup champion following an impressive two bowls of odds win over ...
The world of road bowling was rocked by the sudden death of James Caverley, one the most prominent figures ...
Sunday’s Mallow Contracts Queen of the Roads final at Ballincurrig elevated women’s bowling to a whole ...
John Donnellan beat Tom Browne by almost a bowl of odds in the William Wolfe Memorial trophy at the Waterloo ...
Edmund Sexton will feature in the Hurley’s of Midleton King of the Roads for the first time since 2003 ...
Aidan Murphy beat Thomas Mackle by close to a bowl in the Mick Barry Cup semi-final at Ballincurrig ...
Ron Atkinson has warned David Moyes there is no such thing as a transitional period at Manchester United.
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Brian O'Driscoll orchestrated a masterful victory for Leinster at Franklin's Gardens that has done significant harm to Northampton's hopes of progressing in the Heineken Cup.
Jonny Evans has admitted there is a crisis of confidence in the Manchester United camp.
Munster moved to the top of Heineken Cup Pool 6 as they swept past a weakened Perpignan team 36-8 at Thomond Park today.
Connacht produced one of the biggest upsets in the history of the Heineken Cup as they rounded off a perfect weekend in Europe for the Irish provinces with a 16-14 win in Toulouse.
Munster coach Rob Penney says he doesn't expect Conor Murray to play next week's Heineken Cup return match in Perpignan.
In gambling you have winners and losers – but Premiership Rugby's punt on the future of European rugby means we have all lost. <
Three top-10 finishes for Ireland once upon a time may have been a cause for celebration coming out of a European Cross-Country Championships.
This week we witnessed one of the best individual performances the Premier League has ever seen, when Luis Suarez more or less single-handedly destroyed Norwich.
Away from the glitz and glamour of Costa do Sauipe, protests rage at the inequality encapsulated by the World Cup in Brazil — but few will listen to these grievances
Long-range weather guru Ken Ring is predicting a frosty Christmas for Ireland this year, with the south of the country most likely to get a festive snowfall.
IT IS, at best, a troubled relationship. We have in this country a prof-essional group made up of individuals we all hope we never get to meet.
It's just the backing she needed in her race against time for a Christmas miracle.
The earliest known settlers in Co Cork were hunter-gatherers who lived near Fermoy more than 10,100 years ago.
Christmas has come early for animal lover Cormac Williams whose pet donkey, named Tulip, has given birth to twin foals.
A snow-coveredforest, magic fairydust — and real life husky puppies. Welcome to Santa's grotto, Franc-style.
Sometime next year, certainly in league and possibly championship, the veteran secretary of the Sarsfields club will smile across at the first-year secretary of Erin's Own, and give a knowing nod.
The grandmother of a toddler with Down's syndrome has been waiting a year for a response from the Taoiseach and three government ministers to correspondence about disability cuts referred to them on her behalf by the troika.
A CONFERENCE at London's Royal Society next week will discuss ways to reduce emissions from gases blamed for causing rising temperatures.
A consortium that owns some of Cork's best-known pubs has initiated proceedings aimed at preventing Irish Bank Resolution Corporation selling its loans to Nama.