Watson living American dream with one of NFL’s most storied franchises

Menelik Watson admits he can scarcely believe that his journey has taken him from Longsight in Manchester to one of the NFL’s most storied franchises.


Motormouth McGregor has title in sights

Conor McGregor never shuts up, but he sure knows how to silence his critics.


Roche best as Irish team disappoint

Nicolas Roche was best of the three-man Irish team after six and a half hours in the saddle in the elite road race at the World Championships in Ponferrada, Spain, yesterday.


Institute get off to perfect start

Catholic Institute sent Cork C of I crashing to a 3-0 defeat on the opening day in Division 1 of the new-look Munster leagues.


Millstreet to stage 2016 European junior championships

Millstreet in Co Cork has won the right to stage the 2016 European Show Jumping Championships for Juniors, Young Riders and Children on Horses.


Martin ’a gold medal contender’

Philip Deignan believes Ireland have a gold medal contender in Dan Martin for tomorrow’s Elite men’s road race at the World Championships in Spain.

Eddie Dunbar: The two-time Junior Tour of Ireland winner is a big hope for Ireland today.

Dunbar looks ready to take on the world

Cycling Ireland coach Neill Delahaye believes rising star Eddie Dunbar has the potential to medal in Saturday’s world junior road race championships in Spain.

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Crokers Champ out of Laurels with foot injury

The 2014 Connolly’s Red Mills Irish Laurels got underway with some terrific performances in last Saturday night’s opening round and, based on those runs alone, it looks like we’ll be seeing some sub 28.00 runs this year.