Brazilian football superstar Pele says he is not seriously ill, easing fears that his health had deteriorated after a hospital said he was in intensive care.
For Ciaran Foley and his Oileáin Árainn footballers, this weekend’s All-Ireland JFC quarter-final against Liverpool’s John Mitchels is a journey of epic proportions.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has been ruled out for around three months after successfully undergoing surgery on his left ankle, the Gunners have announced.
Munster v Ulster
It will be a case of double vision for Munster at Thomond Park tonight when head coach Anthony Foley sends out twin playmakers Ian Keatley and JJ Hanrahan in a bid to exact revenge over Ulster for inflicting last season’s Pro12 embarrassment on the same ground.
Ian Poulter has backed Darren Clarke to become Europe’s next Ryder Cup captain.
There was a sensational start at Thurles yesterday when the hitherto unbeaten in nine races, Un de Sceaux, fell at the third last in the Killinan Beginners Chase.
Hippocrates said sport was the preserver of health.
The cricket world is in shock today following the death of Phillip Hughes, at the age of 25.