Irish boss Martin O’Neill has added some new faces to his provisional 32-man squad for the games at home to Moldova in Aviva Stadium on Friday, October 6 and away to Wales in Cardiff on Monday, October 9.
Outgoing Cork senior hurling manager Kieran Kingston isn’t ruling out a return to inter-county management in the future, but says that Cork, like many counties, could benefit from a supporters’ club or other mechanisms providing extra financial resources and facilities for its elite teams.
Cork City 1 - Dundalk 1: Cork City were just three minutes away from their first title in 12 years last night but, frustratingly for the home side, a Robbie Benson goal — cancelling out a first half Brian Gartland own goal — smashed and grabbed the point for Dundalk which was enough to prevent the trophy officially changing hands at Turner’s Cross.
Philip Browne doesn’t do extremes of emotion or hyperbole.
Four days out from a hurling-dominated Special Congress and what will be decided for next year’s senior championship is anyone’s guess, writes John Fogarty.
Rathsallagh reopened in June of 2016 and, under Bobby’s guidance, the course condition has returned to its best in a short time, writes Kevin Markham.
You’d wonder, at times, if the Brits have a problem taking their beating, writes Pat Keane.
Bernard Dunne, the Irish Athletic Boxing Association’s high-performance director, is unperturbed about a supposed talent drain from Irish boxing. Instead, he insists a fresh team are already on course for great things, writes Brendan O’Brien.