Ireland is in with a chance for the UEFA Nations League
Denis Hurley
The Irish soccer team could end up either coming first or coming fourth in their group in the UEFA Nations League.
20 July 2022 Living Life
Seán Mulkerrin, the Island man
From dancing shoes to football footwork, Seán Mulkerrin has always had famous feet. He speaks to Anne O’Donoghue about music, injury and the logistics of getting to training from the Aran Islands.
13 July 2022 Sport
No hurlers like the hurlers on the ditch
Sometimes the harshest criticism comes from those closest to us, and sport is no different.
Kerry and Mayo do battle once again
With the All-Ireland football quarter-finals looming, one fixture stands out, writes Denis Hurley.
22 June 2022 Sport
Looking beyond Croker for the quarter-finals
Perhaps it might be time to look beyond the capital for the Championships quarter-finals.
15 June 2022 Sport
Hurling rules supreme as Semple showdown sparkles
Limerick and Clare’s thrilling clash in Thurles lit up the weekend of GAA action.
8 June 2022 Sport
Maggie Farrelly, the first woman to referee men’s intercounty football
Maggie Farrelly was first asked to take on the role of referee by her club. Since then, she has gone on to blaze a trail for female referees in GAA, writes Anne O’Donoghue
25 May 2022 Living Life
Strong chance of Irish presence in Heineken Cup home stretch
Having come away from Thomond Park with a 15-point victory over Munster, the Leinster squad is looking strong, but Connacht might still be able to put it up to the men in blue, writes Denis Hurley.
6 April 2022 Sport