Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly keep the faith with the same 15 that hammered Sligo by 26 points.
GAA Director General Paraic Duffy has issued a passionate defence of the under fire football Championship, flatly rejecting Jim McGuinness’ claim that last weekend was a ‘watershed moment’ necessitating urgent overhaul.
Given his rounded experience in the game as player, administrator, legend of Irish football and, in his current role as media personality, someone who can usually be relied upon to offer a thoughtful opinion on the issues of the day, it’s hardly a surprise Niall Quinn is periodically touted as a future chief executive of the FAI.
Class may be permanent but if you’re looking for a place in Ireland’s World Cup squad this September, you better be backing it up with some good form.
David Murphy is back on top of the bowling world after winning his second All-Ireland senior title, for just under €50,000, with almost two shots to spare on Ulster’s Thomas Mackle at Port Mór-Blackwatertown on Sunday.
“When it’s breezy, swing it easy” is a well-known golfing adage and it proved to be just the advice Alan Lowry needed to follow in the footsteps of his famous big brother and win the Mullingar Electrical Scratch Trophy.
Buratino is set to take on the might of Ballydoyle after being confirmed for the Keeneland Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh on Sunday.
Allegations international athletics body the IAAF turned a blind eye to suspicious blood tests involving hundreds of athletes have been strenuously denied by the organisation.