Armagh continued the impression that they are moving in the right direction under Kieran McGeeney’s stewardship, overcoming a slow start and the first-half sending off of centre-back, Finnian Moriarty to bag the Allianz Football League Division 3 crown.
Robbie Kelleher brings a double perspective to bear on Dublin and the GAA.
Arsenal v Chelsea
Tomorrow: Emirates Stadium, 4pm
TV: Live on Sky Sports 1
Guinness Pro 12
Munster v Treviso
Today: Musgrave Park, 3.05pm
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (Wales)
Amid all the mind games and wars of words and controvassy and flashpoints we are treated to year in, year out in the Premier League, there is something unique and intriguing about this particular enmity.
Padraig Harrington isn’t currently in the field for the second major of the year in June but reckons a top-five finish in one of four upcoming tour events will be enough to secure him a spot in the US Open for the 14th consecutive year.
It’s the ultimate paradox. For AP McCoy, serial winner, the great motivator remains the fear of failure, writes Liam Mackey
Madeline Perry is Ireland’s most successful squash player. Still ranked 18 in the world, she retires from the world tour after today’s Irish Open 2015 final against Nicolette Fernandes at Fitzwilliam Lawn Tennis Club at 3pm.