Sean Powter and Sam Ryan blows for Cork

Cork has suffered a serious double blow in their preparations for the Munster football championship with two of the county’s brightest young talents succumbing ...

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Hoops legends enter Hall of Fame

The good and the great, the ones who made stellar contributions to Irish basketball at home and overseas, were inducted into Basketball Ireland's Hall of Fame at ...

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Green tweak makes Old Head 8th great

The only trouble with crafting a golfing nirvana is running out of things to improve.

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Killarney appoints outside management team to run golf club

Killarney Golf Club is looking to put a tumultuous 2018 behind it with the appointment of an outside team of golf management specialists to run the club.

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All in all, not a bad spring tidy for Cork GAA

If the motives of Cork’s GAA executive were as advertised – to stimulate passionate debate on the state of the county championships – then the ...

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Cork clubs reject radical proposal

Cork GAA clubs last night rejected moves to introduce county championship matches without inter-county players.

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Laporte: Brunel's call whether ROG joins French World Cup effort

French Rugby president Bernard Laporte has kicked to touch on the possibility of Ronan O'Gara being part of the country's World Cup coaching ticket, insisting it's ...

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Cork kick-starts GAA debate on those hijacked summers

So Cork, what’s it to be? Incremental improvement or radical new thinking?

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Increased prize fund for Kerry Scratch Cup

Tralee Golf Club will again host the 2019 Kerry Scratch Cup on May 11-12. The prestigious 115-year-old trophy will be won over a 54-hole tournament with an increased ...

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O’Gara cools “farcical” talk on France link up

Ronan O’Gara has dismissed as premature speculation he is poised to ink a deal with the French Rugby Federation to join their World Cup coaching ticket.

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John Delaney wishes Georgia was the only thing on his mind

John Delaney is still likely to be paid a six-figure salary in his newly created role as the FAI’s executive vice-president, but it’s “substantially ...

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Delaney steps down as FAI CEO but retains control of key portfolios

The FAI has confirmed that chief executive John Delaney has stepped down from the position but will remain within the Association executive as vice president.

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Laporte steps up O'Gara chase for France

The possibility of Ronan O'Gara being part of France's backroom team for the 2019 World Cup has increased with French Rugby Federation sources in Paris confirmed ...

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O’Connell nears Stade exit

Paul O’Connell’s stay in Paris with Stade Francais will end once this season is done, it is understood.

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Even after those dog days, enduring magic of Gooch and O’Shea remains

Before they all gathered for lunch in the Dromhall Hotel yesterday to move on from the All-Ireland final evisceration by Corofin in Croke Park, a handful of Dr Crokes ...

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Mayo: They haven’t gone away, you know

The flip chart in the Mayo dressing room after Saturday night’s gritty win in Tralee was light on to-do’s for this week’s training.

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Ruane rocket torpedoes Kerry’s unbeaten run

A foul night but an immensely gratifying one for Mayo, who not only ended Kerry’s 100% Division One record in the Kingdom’s back yard, but got an unexpected ...

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Walsh Park confirmed for May 12 Championship opener

WALSH Park in Waterford will host its first Munster SHC game in 23 years on May 12th, the provincial council has confirmed.

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Misery continues for Cork as Meath claim third win

A third Allianz League Division 2 win for Meath, and a first on the road for the Royals.

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Rory McIlroy opts to miss this year's Irish Open to focus on The Open

Rory McIlroy has confirmed he will miss this year's Irish Open.

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Kerry and Dublin give each other plenty to be getting on with

Did ‘Winning Streak’ air earlier than scheduled Saturday on RTÉ? An edge-of-the-seat game of risk and reward in Tralee climaxing with a roll of ...

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No Jayo fallout as Jim Gavin recommends 'emotional' documentary

First some cupboard tidying. Dublin manager Jim Gavin didn’t only scoff afterwards at reports that Jason Sherlock had left his management set-up – he ...

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Kerry players keen to test themselves against the ‘top dog’ - Keane

Kerry manager Peter Keane believes his young players thrived on taking on football’s ‘top dogs’ in Tralee Saturday night.

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Kerry pips Dubs in breathless thriller

Another Kerry-Dublin classic in Tralee ended in a welter of excitement and a third successive Allianz League Division 1 victory for the Kingdom

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Flannery steps down as Killarney Golf Club GM

Cormac Flannery has stepped down from his position of general manager at Killarney Golf and Fishing Club.

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Keith Ricken set for Cork U20 hot-seat

Keith Ricken is set to be appointed as the new manager of the Cork Under 20 footballers.

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Tour boss Pelley admits Haotong Li penalty was 'grossly unfair'

European Tour chief Keith Pelley has admitted that the controversial two-stroke penalty imposed on China's Haotong Li at the Dubai Desert Classic was "grossly unfair". ...

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Peter Keane’s Kerry hit all the right notes

Frank Rich of the New York Times had within his gift the capacity to sink a Broadway play with a damaging opening night review, but at his most acerbic, he’d ...

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Peter Keane begins Kingdom reign with a win over Tyrone

Kerry 0-11 Tyrone 0-7

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No, it’s not okay to lose your first final, insists Brunell coach

Brunell has already made club history by reaching a first National Cup final, but the trophy is of greater interest to coach Tim O'Halloran than the occasion

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Kerry's Paul Murphy: Asking us to play all year round is quite the stretch

A new coach, new management, new team-mates, a new training base - all around Kerry defender Paul Murphy, there’s substantial change in green and gold for ...

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100 days done, but work’s just starting for Keane

He’s just passed his first 100 days in office, but for new Kerry manager Peter Keane, the real work is only beginning.

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Injury woes may force Keane to blood Kerry young guns

New manager Peter Keane said yesterday that if Kerry suffer any further player injuries or withdrawals in advance of Sunday week’s league opener against Tyrone, ...

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Watch: Kerry boss Keane doesn't know footballers in assault probe

The three men have all worn the Kerry jersey at different grades, according to a report on the controversy in this week’s Kerry’s Eye newspaper.

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For Killester, there’s no show like a Roe show

In assessing the needs must for Saturday night’s National Cup semi-final, Tralee coach Pat Price would have happily signed for limiting Killester’s American, ...

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Unbeaten Liffey Celtics and Brunell face off in decider

A new name will adorn the Women’s National Cup in a fortnight after Liffey Celtic powered past champions DCU Mercy to join first-time finalists Brunell in ...

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‘I’ve memories, stories and friendships. What’s better than that?’ - Brid Stack

After a standout career in red, which delivered 11 All-Ireland victories, Brid Stack has decided to call time on her inter-county football career. She spoke yesterday ...

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Eleven-time All-Ireland winner Brid Stack announces retirement

Eleven-time All-Ireland winner with Cork, Brid Stack, has announced her retirement from inter-county football. In an interview in Monday’s Examiner Sport the ...

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Ciaran Roe delivers Cup masterclass to send Tralee packing

Hula Hoops Men’s National Cup semi-final: Pyrobel Killester 76 Garvey’s Tralee Warriors 70

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Danielle O’Leary and Maddie Ganser tilt Cork derby Brunell’s way

Hula Hoops Women’s National Cup semi-final: Singleton SuperValu Brunell 61 Fr Mathews 52

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Danielle O’Leary and Maddie Ganser tilt Cork derby Brunell’s way

This wasn’t just about scrapping for the sweet, if short term prize of a National Cup final berth on January 27. This was about marking out territory in Cork ...

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The search for lost ‘Corkness’

Is ‘Corkness’ really a thing? How best to describe it and what does it look and sound like?

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Cork a mid-table Division 2 side? Sounds about right, says Graham Canty

All-Ireland-winning captain Graham Canty reckons Cork can no longer be considered a top-10 football county — and has warned that breaking back into the championship ...

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RTÉ to cover league and club GAA this year

GAA chiefs will today confirm a new package of live TV rights to inter-county and club games, with free-to-air Allianz League fixtures on RTÉ as part of the ...

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Cork GAA must kick off football plan on the front foot

Section 7 of the 42-page plan to lever Cork football out of its slump is headlined: What Now?

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Cork Football 2024: All you need to know

Tony Leen on the key details from the new vision for Cork football.

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A county ‘gasping for change’: All-Ireland winners help Cork set out its football vision to 2024

The five-year plan up to 2024 will be resourced by a number of key appointments who will oversee development, progress and talent in Cork from schools up to elite ...

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Consultants to examine sustainability of 16 Irish dog tracks

A team of economic consultants has been appointed by the Irish Greyhound Board (IGB) to examine the financial sustainability of its 16 licenced stadiums around the ...

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‘We need a complete culture shift’: GAA chair Tracey Kennedy admits football in Cork ‘at low ebb’

Cork GAA chair Tracey Kennedy has admitted that the county needs “a complete culture shift” in its attitude and approach to Gaelic football.

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Delaney relishing Waterford adventure

Damien Delaney has admitted he jumped at the chance to prolong his playing career after inking a deal yesterday to play with Waterford United in the Airtricity Premier ...

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