A 63-year-old woman woke to find a drunken intruder in her bedroom and when she told him he might have walked into the wrong house he raised his voice aggressively and said he was not in the wrong house.
Aoife Murray has been keeping goal for the Cork camogie team for 16 years, and has seen considerable improvements in the sport at large, but the lack of women actively supporting female teams and sports continues to be a bugbear
The pied piper of Neptune is back. He’s recruited and coached against NBA talent, scouted Steph Curry and watched more game film and planned more sessions than just about any coach involved in Irish sport. Now, after three decades in the all-consuming ‘rabbit hole’ that’s NCAA basketball,is back where his coaching career began, in Ireland, masterminding the revived national senior team programme.
A new selection process, twice as many Roses, an extra night on television, and a longer festival are all reasons why this year’s Rose of Tralee will be the best yet, according to host Dáithí Ó Sé and reigning rose Elysha Brennan.
HAVING never seen an electric bike before, I had the false preconception that it was a first cousin to the electric car and that you could drive it like those bicycles you sometimes see in France with a little motor attached to the front wheel.
SEAN KELLY left Cork yesterday on his Tour of Munster stage across the Vee, on to Cashel and to Limerick but he will be back next Wednesday to see how the young guns of world and Irish cycling handle the notorious St Patrick’s Hill climb when the Tour of Ireland hits it at the end of its first stage from Kilkenny.
FINANCIAL guru Eddie Hobbs and All-Ireland hurling hero Seán Óg Ó hAilpín have been installed by the bookies as joint favourites to lift the title of Cork Person of the Year, at the annual awards ceremony which will be held in the Rochestown Park Hotel today.