SOCCER - Today's News

Jordan Henderson after being shown a red card during the match against Manchester City last weekend, meaning he will now miss the next three league games.  Picture: Alex Livesey/Getty Images
Henderson leaves big gap

Norwich v Liverpool
After a season of giving everyone else in the Premier League problems they have been simply unable to solve, Brendan Rodgers now faces a puzzling question of his own.

RUGBY - Today's News

Munster coach Rob Penney - nine changes to team that lost to Glasgow. Picture: Diarmuid Green/SPORTSFILE
Connacht braced for backlash as Reds seek boost

Connacht v Munster
Connacht coach Pat Lam is ready for a Munster backlash at the Sportsground tonight as the southern province seek a confidence booster ahead of Sunday week’s Heineken Cup semi-final with Toulon.

GOLF - Today's News

Dream West debut as Brady sets course record 64

Local teenager David Brady made a sensational debut in the Radisson Blue sponsored West of Ireland Championship when he racked up nine birdies in a seven under par course record 64 at Rosses Point.

RACING - Today's News

Tango Time set to build on debut promise

The once-raced Tango Time can land the Irish Stallion Farms’ EBF Maiden at Cork this afternoon.

OTHER SPORTS - Today's News

Neil Cusack walking in Cratloe Woods, Co. Clare. Picture: Kieran Clancy
King of the road

Limerick’s own Neil Cusack saw a lot in America, like hillbillies with shotguns chasing athletes, but for a moment he owned America too. This weekend 40 years ago he won the oldest and most celebrated city marathon in the world, a moment that brought a welcome sense of joy and colour and even the exotic to Ireland 1974