Anthony Foley's men triumphed in Cork to move back into the Guinness PRO12's top six.
Don’t get too heavy-handed with the pity sighs. Tommy Walsh’s decision to opt out of the Kerry football set-up is a burden-lifting result for the Tralee man, writes Tony Leen.
Martin O’Neill has given his strongest indication yet he is prepared to leave his future as Ireland manager unresolved until after the European Championship finals in June.
For all that is at stake in tonight’s Guinness PRO12 clash between Munster and Edinburgh at Musgrave Park, the game will come as a welcome escape from the travails of the past week.
That uncomfortable sensation Munster players are experiencing this week has little or nothing to do with a shake-up at management level, writes Ronan O’Gara
Maria Dunne has been named in the Great Britain and Ireland Curtis Cup team alongside fellow Irish stars Leona Maguire and Olivia Mehaffey.
Gold Cup-winning trainer Gordon Elliott recorded a double on the undercard of day three, as the enigmatic Bright New Dawn and back-to-form Missy Tata posted impressive efforts in their respective assignments.
Reigning Irish Tarmac champion Donagh Kelly (Ford Focus WRC) battles former champion Garry Jennings (Subaru WRC) over some of the classic stages in Irish rallying as the