Editorial: Wrexham and the modern cult of personality
Amii McKeever
We get our information now from our phones, and this will only grow more. With that the importance of recognising what is real and what is PR rises, writes Amii McKeever.
19 April 2023 Sport
Playing a safe game destroys the spectacle
Playing the safe game might make sense when the stakes are high, but taking chances is what makes sport exciting writes Denis Hurley
12 April 2023 Living Life
Gaelic4Girls – from the Orchard county to Croke Park
Aimee Mackin remembers the massive influence the senior players of Armagh had on her childhood. Now, she is paying back and encouraging young girls to take up Gaelic football, writes Caitríona Bolger.
Asking some questions of sport
As we approach the opening rounds of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, Denis Hurley asks whether a win is a win, regardless of what division it's earned in.
5 April 2023 Sport
Editorial: in respect of the beautiful game of life
Is the death of a soccer legend bigger than climate change or an assault on democracy? News coverage of Pelé’s death would suggest it just could be.
11 January 2023 Amii
Sport review 2022: a little bit of history repeating
Shannonsiders silence doubters as Kingdom comes, Royals rule and Ireland top the world.
21 December 2022 Sport