Wed, 22 Apr, 2020
There was a mix of driving rain and wind as well as thunder and lightning in Ennis but it couldn’t prevent Clare from picking up where they left off against Wexford for a routine win that keeps up their 100% record in this year’s National League.
Sun, 16 Feb, 2020
The owner of a 5,200-acre country estate who said he wanted to "downsize" by buying an abandoned manor house with 230 acres and do it up has failed in High Court application to force the completion of a €1.37m purchase deal.
Fri, 17 May, 2019
In response to a wave of criticism from a host of former Tipperary stars, Premier boss Michael Ryan is set to appear on local radio this morning for an interview, less than 48 hours after refusing to speak to journalists following the Munster SHC defeat to Limerick.
Tue, 22 May, 2018
In February, Tipperary selector Shane Stapleton was concussed following an seemingly innocuous collision with Clare’s Jamie Malone at Cusack Park in Ennis. The incident triggered a frightening chain reaction with seizures, hospitalisation, and being unable to work for almost a month. Now fully recovered, he tells his story to
Tue, 03 Apr, 2018
The temptation is to say ‘game over’ for Ireland after the host nation came out a distant second-best in this win-or-bust Pool C decider against a slick French side in the Women’s Rugby World Cup at Belfield last night.
Fri, 18 Aug, 2017
From being banned from playing in the street leagues as a kid to captaining and managing her country, Sue Ronan has seen the landscape of the women’s game in Ireland change dramatically in her lifetime, but the FAI’s Head of Women’s Football tellsthere are big challenges ahead.
Thu, 29 Dec, 2016