Sinéad Goldrick writes her name in history books
Denis Hurley
Sinéad Goldrick has become the first woman to win both an All-Ireland and an Australian Football League title.
23 November 2022 Sport
A wealth of talent to choose from
Ross Byrne was the fifth choice to play out half for Ireland in Saturday's clash against Australia, but his performance is proof that Ireland has a wealth of talent to choose from, writes Denis Hurley
16 November 2022 Sport
Australia drop to eighth as Ireland on top of the world
Australia are desperately in need of a morale-boosting win against Ireland in the Autumn Nations Series. Denis Hurley thinks that there's no good reason Ireland can't keep up their winning streak.
Ireland spring into action against Boks
Ireland's win against South Africa last weekend was a sign of a team on good form, but can they keep it going for the World Cup?
9 November 2022 Sport
Sun sets on Sky era of GAA coverage
With Sky’s departure and changes to RTÉ programmes and GAAGO, a new era may be dawning for coverage of the national sports.
2 November 2022 Sport
Rory McIlroy still has the drive
Days after accusing LIV Golf and Phil Mickelson of spreading propaganda, Rory McIlroy has managed to reclaim the world number one spot.
26 October 2022 Sport
Munster need to hit the reset button
While the Leinster-Munster meetings were seen as a key measurement of the balance of power in Irish rugby, the balance has become lopsided over the last decade.
19 October 2022 Sport
Damien's Diary: the makings of future "Reeling in the Years" episodes
Damien O'Reilly discusses the importance of sports journalism in connecting the viewer to the athlete in meaningful ways.
19 October 2022 Damien O'Reilly
On air with Game On presenter Marie Crowe
Presenter of 2FM’s Game On, Marie Crowe, chats to Anne O’Donoghue about getting into sports broadcasting and the lie-of-the-land for women’s sport
12 October 2022 Features
Minor grade, major problems at Cork GAA
Age limits for GAA minor teams has become a particular sticking point of late, with Cork County Board due to bring a motion to the GAA Congress.
12 October 2022 Sport
Women’s Irish Open: getting into the swing of it
As golfer Aideen Walsh tees up for the Irish Open, she chats to Anne O’Donoghue about getting into golf and the importance of having big competitions for aspiring young players to attend
21 September 2022 Around the country
Ireland is in with a chance for the UEFA Nations League
The Irish soccer team could end up either coming first or coming fourth in their group in the UEFA Nations League.
21 September 2022 Sport