Meet the Offaly farmer who has run 600 marathons
Anne O'Donoghue
Co Offaly farmer Larry Rigney ran his 600th marathon in Dublin in recent weeks. He speaks in conversation with Anne O’Donoghue about life on and off the road.
2 November 2022 Features
Denny Fitz: the art of the subtle ‘sledge’
When it comes to getting under a fella’s skin on the pitch, there’s more satisfaction in being subtle, writes Denny Fitz
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Rory McIlroy still has the drive
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Limerick looking for three in a row
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Hurling on centre stage at Clonmel Junction Festival
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Looking beyond Croker for the quarter-finals
Perhaps it might be time to look beyond the capital for the Championships quarter-finals.
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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
Limerick and Galway look to have the edge but anything can happen
After a week off, hurling will be front and centre this weekend, with two provincial titles up for grabs.
1 June 2022 Sport