When Limerick trailed Cork by six points with almost as many minutes of normal time to go in the All-Ireland semi-final, John Kiely would have been forgiven if he started to think like most Limerick supporters undoubtedly and understandably were at the time.
Wed, 22 Aug, 2018
Met the proverbial — and in this case corporeal — man in the street the day before the league quarter-finals. The man in the street in question is a keen punter, often to be espied going in and out of his local Ladbrokes.
Sun, 23 Apr, 2017
There are questions. And then there are the leading questions, more important even than the Five Things We Learned. Here’s 40 head-scratchers in advance of today’s Croke Park shenanigans.
Sat, 01 Oct, 2016
Waterford county board chairman Paddy Joe Ryan assured delegates at last night’s convention at Lawlors Hotel, Dungarvan, that the end of the club levy is in sight and that spending on county teams will be carefully monitored.
Fri, 18 Dec, 2015
Down Syndrome Ireland paid tribute to a fundraiser who died in a motorcycle crash in Co Clare, the Department of Agriculture is on alert in case deadly Asian hornets arrive in Ireland, the society wedding of the year took place over the weekend and is there something special happening with the Waterford hurlers?
Mon, 04 May, 2015
WE HAD the Haka in Croke Park on Saturday as more history was made at Jones Road with the arrival of the famous All Blacks. Unfortunately, I had to miss the game as I was honouring a commitment to attend a very special function in the Hospital Herbertstown club in Limerick.
Tue, 18 Nov, 2008
GOOD FENCES make good neighbours. For Robert Frost, maybe. In Waterford and Kilkenny there’s no such thing as a barrier. Not when you have a Waterford man helping to sponsor the Kilkenny hurlers, and a Kilkenny hurler helping to dress the Waterford hurlers. Michael Moynihan tries to make sense of it.
Thu, 04 Sep, 2008