Des Bishop got to grips with a Lamborghini Huracan today, along with five-year-old Harrison Clark, five-year-old Belle Walshe and Cannonball founder Alan Bannon to announce that the Irish Cancer Society will be the official charity partner for Cannonball 2019.
Sunshine without light brightens Ceramicx business West Cork manufacturer Ceramicx has got 2018 off to a good start by opening an extension which has doubled the size of its facility to 44,000sq ft, and by picking up a Project Exemplar award from Inter TradeIreland,
In 2004, Fiona McHale joined up with a Mayo team that had won four of the last five All-Ireland titles. She has long become the oil in the green and red engine, but the medal she presumed would come still hasn’t arrived. Tomorrow, against Dublin, she dreams again.
New location, same old Conor McGregor. The self-anointed king of combat sports hit New York City last night with all of the trademark ferocity and farce we have come to expect, turning the final pre-fight press conference for UFC 205 into an off-Broadway pantomime.
While Aidan O’Brien is not afraid of using superlatives to describe his horses, his comparison of Order Of St George to a Rolls Royce was not far off the mark after he turned in a display of sheer class to land the Gold Cup In Honour Of The Queen’s 90th Birthday.
WHEN, in 1980, the late Lord Denning made his infamous “an appalling vista” remark, about the integrity of the convictions of the Birmingham Six and Guildford Four, his great concern, later confirmed, was that a trusted, essential arm of the state — Britain’s Midlands Police — had lied to secure those dishonest convictions.
Winning the Community Shield is rarely a reliable indicator of who will end the season as champions but Arsenal’s landmark win over Chelsea at Wembley does confirm their growing reputation as the most interesting contender in the 2015-16 title race.