Cullen influence has helped Gavin ensure Dubs train as they play

Eleven years ago, Bryan Cullen was an employee of Ulster Bank. It was merely a means to an end. Having graduated three years previously with a sports science and ...

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‘I don’t think there’s any team in Leinster that is within 15 points of Dublin’

He wasn’t exactly written out of history yet when you think of Westmeath’s solitary Leinster title success 15 years ago, Jack Cooney’s name doesn’t ...

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The battle of ‘89 brought heartbreak for Maughan

Everyone who was there has their own special memories of the two-part series that was the 1989 Connacht football final between Mayo and Roscommon.

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‘It’s up to us to turn it round’ – Republic of Ireland midfielder Browne

Ireland opened their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with back-to-back wins.

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Big interview: Golden generation nursed from the grassroots

Belgium are currently the number one ranked side in world football, overtaking superpowers like Brazil who they eliminated from last year’s World Cup. Simply ...

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Alan Browne eager to get the green light

So there was Mark Travers talking to us at Ireland base camp on the Algarve on Tuesday, buzzing with enthusiasm at his second international call-up and all teed-up ...

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Yellowbelly Furlong on tactics, Davy, and false perceptions

Tadhg Furlong wouldn’t usually be of a mind to do much the day after a game.

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Sexton returns to lead Leinster’s final charge

Leo Cullen vented his anger last week at what he perceived as suggestions in some media outlets that Jonathan Sexton had been ‘dropped’ for the semi-final ...

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Leo Cullen: We need to be switched on the whole time

Reasons to be fearful for Leinster today?

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Too Darn Hot can prove too darn good

Darren Norris It’s not often the Tattersalls Irish 2,000 proves superior to the English equivalent but the unexpected presence of Newmarket absentee Too Darn ...

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Aidan O’Brien willing to wager Sir Dragonet is Epsom bound

Aidan O’Brien believes Sir Dragonet is more likely to head for the Investec Derby than the French equivalent.

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Appleby not yet ruling out Derby date with Duty

Charlie Appleby will delay his decision over Line Of Duty’s possible participation in next month’s Investec Derby.

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Paul Dunne and Michael Hoey in contention after first round in Made In Denmark event

Paul Dunne and Michael Hoey are both just two shots off the lead following the opening day of the Made In Denmark event.

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Tiger Woods announces he will play Memorial Tournament and US Open

The 43-year-old was understandably rusty at last week’s US PGA Championship.

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Lowry shows major mindset after passing test of mental strength

Majors are a test of mental strength, and Shane Lowry felt as much a winner as Brooks Koepka following his gutsy tie for eighth alongside Rory McIlroy in the US ...

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Roger Federer plays down his chances ahead of Roland Garros return

Federer has not played at Roland Garros since 2015.

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‘My end goal is to win’ – Osaka eyeing more grand slam glory in Paris

Osaka had never reached the quarter-finals of a tour-level event on clay prior to this year.

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Eleven countries, 12,000 kms, one lion and a relieved mum

When Tomás Mac an tSaoir came through the arrival gates of Dublin airport yesterday, his only visible signs of injury were some small plasters on his feet.

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GAA podcast: Dalo was wrong. Emotional Cork. Limerick's Plan B? Tipp back it up. Ref justice

Anthony Daly, Ger Cunningham and TJ Ryan review the weekend's hurling.

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Dalo's Hurling Podcast: Bubbles baffles Cork, Clare conquer Walsh Park, Dubs rattle the cage

Anthony Daly, Ger Cunningham and Michael Moynihan review the hurling weekend.

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The Championship Preview: Dalo, Ger Cunningham and Derek McGrath throw it in

An hour of hurling chat with the three former inter-county bosses.

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