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Sport

Wins for Ulster and Munster this weekend will see all four Irish sides progress to the knockout stages, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 18 January 2018
Pipe dreams could become reality as all four Irish sides bid for victory in the European Cup, writes Emmet Moloney
By on 11 January 2018
From 24 marathons in 24 days to his ambition to run and bike across the US, Shane Finn is determined to go the distance for a cause that is close to his heart, writes Maria Moynihan.
By Maria Moynihan on 04 January 2018
There may be plenty of GAA action in far flung places this weekend, but the club championship could trump them all, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 16 November 2017
The haste with which the restructuring of the hurling championship has been pushed through leads Emmet Moloney to believe that there will be furter changes down the line.
By on 26 October 2017
Colm Cooper’s testimonial dinner could be the just the beginning of a new way for the GAA to bring in even more funds, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 28 September 2017
Emmet Moloney recalls the ritual of early morning games of New York summers past, as Kerry look set to end Mayo’s.
By on 17 August 2017
By Monday evening we’ll know one hurling finalist and the final four in the football. Emmet Moloney tries to figure out who they’ll be.
By on 03 August 2017
Four fascinating clashes at Croke Park will show who’s for real in this year’s football championship, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 27 July 2017
There were plenty of reasons to be cheerful last weekend and the joy felt in Roscommon won't be going away any time soon, writes Mairead Lavery.
By Mairead Lavery on 13 July 2017
The Cork hero looks to down the Rebels and deliver a first Munster title to Clare since 1998, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 06 July 2017
A bumper weekend of action in both codes will help to separate the contenders from the pretenders, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 29 June 2017
All roads lead to Wexford Park this Saturday and the Yellow Bellies’ clash with Kilkenny, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 08 June 2017
Off the back of their league final win and Tipperary’s defeat to Cork, Galway look to stake their All-Ireland claim this weekend, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 25 May 2017
A Tipperary side with plenty to prove after falling flat in the league final could make it a tough weekend to be a Cork supporter, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 18 May 2017
Take it from me, chilling out and enjoying the ups and bearing with the downs of juvenile sport is the most stress-free option for parent and child, writes Damien O'Reilly
By Damien O'Reilly on 11 May 2017
All four Irish provinces face make-or-break European Champions Cup clashes this weekend in their quest for quarter- final places, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 12 January 2017
As the new year dawns, Emmet Moloney takes a look back at the highs and lows of 2016
By on 05 January 2017
The weekend’s interprovincial clashes are the perfect preparation for the All-Blacks, but could leave Joe Schmidt with plenty of selection headaches, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 06 October 2016
Rumours abound in Limerick this week as they travel to Thurles to take on a Tipp side that will take some beating, writes Emmet Moloney
By on 16 June 2016
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