Denny Fitz: it's the conversation that every parent dreads
Denny Fitz despairs at some of the Premier League-style "performance art" adopted by schoolboy players
10 August 2022 Katherine O'Leary
Katherine’s Country: community support is everything
The loss of the talented young Tipperary and Clonoulty-Rossmore hurler, Dillon Quirke, has sent shockwaves through the country and the GAA.
10 August 2022 Sport
Sport grieves for Dillon Quirke
Dillon Quirke's death is a tragedy felt throughout the country, but his memory will live on.
Way Out West: Making the most of it in Mayo
Off-farm employment is nothing new in drystock enterprises, but north Mayo suckler farmer J.P Leonard has a few extra irons in the fire.
10 August 2022 Management
The Kingom are rulers once again
With Kerry's win in the All-Ireland Championship last weekend, Denis Hurley reminds us that the season is only just getting started.
27 July 2022 Sport
Limerick are nearly-men no more
From past heartbreaks to winning streaks, Limerick have overcome their reputation in search of the three-in-a-row.
20 July 2022 Sport
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.
20 July 2022 Living Life
No hurlers like the hurlers on the ditch
Sometimes the harshest criticism comes from those closest to us, and sport is no different.
13 July 2022 Sport
Limerick youngsters on cusp of greatness
If Limerick were to beat Galway in Sunday’s All-Ireland SHC semi-final, they would be on a brink of a third straight Liam MacCarthy victory and a fourth in five years.
29 June 2022 Sport
Hurling on centre stage at Clonmel Junction Festival
Cathal Ryan talks to Anne O’Donoghue about his new play Pucked, which celebrates the GAA while also exploring toxic masculinity in sport.
22 June 2022 Living Life
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