Handmade Gaelic footballer figurines back in the groove

Handmade Gaelic footballer figurines back in the groove

Handmade Gaelic footballer figurines are once again being produced as the GAA Museum has commissioned a Dublin-based company to create them.

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The science behind the photo that put a hurler on the moon

The science behind the photo that put a hurler on the moon

Putting a hurler on the moon, as photographer James Crombie succeeded in doing on Tuesday night, involved a great deal more than a trained eye and quick finger.

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Tentative plans for post-crisis GAA fixtures

Tentative plans for post-crisis GAA fixtures

October or November All-Ireland finals with severely-reduced capacities are being strongly considered by the GAA as they attempt to map out the fixtures calendar.

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The unmasking of Roy Keane

The unmasking of Roy Keane

Billy Stickland is the man behind the picture of the man behind the mask, the award-winning photographer who — with a little help from Denis Irwin — ...

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Sadio Mane: It’s part of life if Premier League title dream ends

Sadio Mane: It’s part of life if Premier League title dream ends

There is still no confirmation the season will be completed with Liverpool 25 points clear at the top of the table amid the coronavirus crisis.

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Rangers rail against plans for an early finish to the season in Scotland

Rangers rail against plans for an early finish to the season in Scotland

The SPFL has announced proposals to immediately end the three divisions below the top flight and determine final placings by points per game.

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Ballincollig raring to go as All-Ireland opportunity awaits

Ballincollig raring to go as All-Ireland opportunity awaits

With so much sport still to be played to get the 2019-20 campaign in the books once the Covid-19 pandemic relents, thoughts of 20-21 seem a distant prospect right ...

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Bernard Laporte steps in to fill void left by sport

Bernard Laporte steps in to fill void left by sport

Timing was everything for Bernard Laporte on Monday when he began ruffling the feathers of European rugby administrators

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Sean O’Brien: I was back on a bike two hours after hip resurfacing operation

Sean O’Brien: I was back on a bike two hours after hip resurfacing operation

A new technique, which meant the surgeon was able to replace the hip joint without cutting through key muscles, saw O’Brien back exercising within two hours ...

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Twenty years on, Cork still responding to Curaheen Park’s call

Twenty years on, Cork still responding to Curaheen Park’s call

Twenty years ago today, Curraheen Park opened its doors for the first time. Even during those days of financial largesse, it was a huge boost to the sport in the ...

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A Grand National, and commentary, that survives the test of time

A Grand National, and commentary, that survives the test of time

It’s 53 years to the day since the most famous Aintree Grand National winner of them all: Foinavon.

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Guinness can be good for punters in the long term

Guinness can be good for punters in the long term

Surprising to note the Mares’ Novice Hurdle of the 2019 Cheltenham Festival was the biggest pointer to winners at the 2020 Festival, but it provided three ...

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James Sugrue ready to fly when he finally reaches Augusta’s Crow’s Nest

James Sugrue ready to fly when he finally reaches Augusta’s Crow’s Nest

A night in the famous Crow’s Nest at Augusta National will have to wait until November for James Sugrue but when the opportunity arrives for the Irish amateur, ...

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Harrington and Stricker issue joint letter pledging unity in coronavirus fight

Harrington and Stricker issue joint letter pledging unity in coronavirus fight

Despite a widespread reshuffling of the golf year, and the cancellation of The Open, the 2020 Ryder Cup is still scheduled to take place in Wisconsin.

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JP McManus disappointed as star-studded Pro-Am postponed to 2021

JP McManus disappointed as star-studded Pro-Am postponed to 2021

The tournament, which was a complete sell-out, had lined up golfing royalty including Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, Dustin Jackson, Brooks Kopeka, Jon ...

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Dalo's GAA Show: Turning hurling's pretenders into contenders

Dalo's GAA Show: Turning hurling's pretenders into contenders

Former Westmeath stalwart turned selector Brendan Murtagh joins Anthony Daly to discuss how counties outside hurling's elite can join the top tier.Former Westmeath ...

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'It's unavoidable that TV deals will fall apart' —  Ryle Nugent

'It's unavoidable that TV deals will fall apart' — Ryle Nugent

“The knock-on effect of that is obvious. You get into issues with broadcasters, you get into issues with commercial sponsors, and each stakeholder in that ...

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Barry Hearn returning home after surgery following minor heart attack

Barry Hearn returning home after surgery following minor heart attack

Boxing promoter son Eddie Hearn thanks hospital staff.

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Dalo's GAA Show: Turning hurling's pretenders into contenders

Dalo's GAA Show: Turning hurling's pretenders into contenders

Former Westmeath stalwart turned selector Brendan Murtagh joins Anthony Daly to discuss how counties outside hurling's elite can join the top tier.Former Westmeath ...

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Podcast: Kenny's live — is this the dawn of a new era in Irish football?

Podcast: Kenny's live — is this the dawn of a new era in Irish football?

Irish Examiner soccer writers Liam Mackey and Brendan O'Brien join Larry Ryan to discuss the FAI handover from Mick McCarthy to Stephen Kenny.

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Dalo's GAA Podcast: A Championship will be needed as a celebration of life

Dalo's GAA Podcast: A Championship will be needed as a celebration of life

Kieran Shannon and John Fogarty join Anthony Daly to discuss what will become of the GAA season.

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