Stephen O’Brien, Colm Cooper and David Moran were the nominees.
Donnacha O’Brien claimed the feature on the final day of the festival.
Michael Hooper has been given the green light to play for Australia in the Rugby Championship decider against New Zealand.
The42′s Gaelic football columnist takes a look back over the weekend action.
Athletics is facing a new doping crisis as WADA responded to reports of widespread cheating in the sport.
There was an excellent discussion on the topic during today’s Off The Ball Sunday Papers review.
Some stunning pics from the week that was in sport.
A 42-foot birdie, and a 220 yard rescue from the trees.
Premier League champions Chelsea remain the team to beat, despite Manchester United’s activity in the transfer market.
A great day for the Kingdom, a bad day for the Lilywhites.
Dublin get the job done quickly but Fermanagh leave Croke Park with a lot of credit.
The Chelsea boss shook the hands of every Arsenal player but turned his back on the Gunners boss.
The controversial Brazilian defeated Jake Shields at WSOF 22.
Bishops town are set for a relegation final after today’s loss to St Finbarr’s.
How on earth was this given?
A worry about their star forward for the Kingdom.
An eight-point win today for Jim Gavin’s side.
Pals – The Irish at Gallipoli tells their story.
Not a bad way to open your account.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s first half strike was enough to hand the Frenchman a first win over his rival in 14 attempts.
The siblings combined in New York Red Bulls’ 3-1 win over Philadelphia Union.
The Gooch returned to Croker for the first time since 2013.
CEO John Foley has called on the IAAF to act immediately on the allegations.
Injury to James O’Donoghue overshadows remarkable performance by the All-Ireland champions.
The Gunners took a 24th-minute lead against Chelsea and held out to claim victory at Wembley.
Everton lost to Villarreal in Duncan Ferguson’s testimonial.
Dublin were hot favourites – but would they have it all their own way against Fermanagh? Catch up with our minute-by-minute report.
The venture is being backed by the fifth son of the King of Bahrain.
Adidas have been branded discriminatory for producing two different replicas.
Playertek thinks it can help everyone train like a pro.
Eamonn McGee and Karl Lacey are injury concerns ahead of the All-Ireland quarter-final.
Who will be the first name into this year’s football semi-finals? Join us for live coverage from Croke Park.
It’s “probably going to be in Dallas… 5 December”.
Premier League champions Chelsea take on FA Cup winners Arsenal at Wembley this afternoon.
The former Manchester United captain did not hold back in his assessment of Arsenal and their Premier League title ambitions.
The counties meet for a place in the All-Ireland semi-finals at Croke Park.
Team Ireland will arrive into Dublin Airport on Tuesday morning.