Limerick and Galway look to have the edge but anything can happen
Denis Hurley
After a week off, hurling will be front and centre this weekend, with two provincial titles up for grabs.
11 May 2022 Sport
Munster edged out in cruel finale
Toulouse came out on top in an epic Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final to set up a showdown with Leinster, writes Denis Hurley.
4 May 2022 Sport
Career-best performance from transcendent Taylor
Katie Taylor is that rare breed of sportsperson who is universally lauded, writes Denis Hurley.
Nicolas Roche talks about cycling and Dancing with the Stars
It was actually a rugby injury that made Nicolas Roche spend more time on the bike. Now having retired from professional cycling, he looks back on his career with Anne O’Donoghue.
4 May 2022 Living Life
Waterford next on the agenda for impressive Limerick
Following a strong display against the Rebels, another stern challenge awaits the Shannonsiders.
20 April 2022 Sport
Talking rugby, relief milking and research with the McCarthy twins
Co Clare twins Kate and Siobhán McCarthy talk to Anne O’Donoghue about rugby, relief milking and their research PhDs .
20 April 2022 Features
Dawn of a new championship era
The shorter-than-ever gap between the league and the championship should mean a closer correlation in terms of formlines.
13 April 2022
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
A game to define success
While Ireland may be the favourites ahead of the game in London this weekend, the team shouldn’t worry about England and should instead focus on themselves.
9 March 2022 Sport
New football format gets the hump
The All-Ireland Senior Football Championship has seen many changes over the past few years. While the latest version won't please everyone, it will be a step up from what we will see this year.
23 February 2022 Sport
Win or lose: how you act is what defines you
While both the hurling and football leagues have both kicked off in earnest, the club action was hard to fault in recent weeks, writes Denis Hurley
16 February 2022 Sport
Sport: a good start is half the work
While Ireland’s opening Six Nations display wasn’t the best performance, it’s a promising start for the boys in green, writes Denis Hurley.
9 February 2022 Sport