All good things come to an end
Denis Hurley
With the GAA club season winding down, Denis Hurley muses on how even the most successful teams must end the season in defeat and wonders if the age of the super club is just around the corner.
9 August 2023 Sport
A new twist on the old familiar
A Kerry-Dublin final is an old GAA tradition, but with both teams preparing for Sunday's All-Ireland Ladies’ SFC final, it's happening twice in the same year. Denis Hurley writes
2 August 2023 Sport
Dublin narrowly snatch victory from Kerry
Dublin have now won nine All-Ireland finals out of the last twelve, but with an aging side, Denis Hurley wonders if their reign is soon to end.
Land history series: the Irish Land Commission 1881-1999
In the final instalment of his history series, Dr Tony McCarthy looks at the extraordinary impact of the Irish Land Commission on shaping rural Ireland
2 August 2023 Features
Limerick soar to number four
Limerick's crown may have wobbled over the years, but their nine point win over Kilkenny on Sunday proves that the Shannonsiders deserve their hard earned top spot. Denis Hurley writes.
26 July 2023 Sport
Round-robin starts to pay off
With plenty of great games to get stuck into this weekend Denis Hurley talks us through some of the highlights of the All-Ireland SFC and the Tailteann Cup.
21 June 2023 Sport
Sport: crunch time for football championships
The excitement is starting to build in the championship, writes Denis Hurley.
14 June 2023 Sport