Padraig Harrington was frustrated not to be in a commanding position to win a second Irish Open title as tournament host Rory McIlroy missed the cut for the third year in succession.
There’s a chap out there in the national media who to all appearances is doing very nicely for himself.
FAI boss John Delaney does not support calls for a World Cup boycott following Sepp Blatter’s re-election as Fifa president.
The significance of Paul O’Connell’s final game for Munster this evening is lost on no-one who has shared his remarkable career in red.
When I stepped down from Dublin last September, I was barely back down the M7 when some people already thought I had relocated to Galway.
Bloodied but unbowed, Pádraig Harrington has abandoned hopes of coasting to victory at Royal County Down this weekend and will instead knuckle down to a 36 holes of hard graft as he fights to win the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.
Just a week after registering his first racecourse success on Funny How in Cork, teenager Jack Kennedy hit the headlines with a double, on Eshtiaal and Mutadrik, for Gordon Elliott in Down Royal last night.
In the next few weeks, you’ll be hearing a lot more about him, the European Olympics and Baku.