Neil Jenkins does not expect George North to feature for Wales against Ireland this weekend as they begin their World Cup preparations.
“I was ready to cry I was so tired.”
Meanwhile, Cork’s semi-final clash with Kilkenny has been pushed back a day to facilitate their dual stars.
Also, the Benzema to Arsenal rumours continue with two conflicting reports.
Áine O’Sullivan scored 3-5 as the Rebels got their campaign back on track.
The Reds’ skipper believes ‘there couldn’t be a better place’ to start their season.
The Kingdom’s title defence remains alive.
The World Cup is just around the corner and nerves are jangling.
The County Board also thanked former manager Brian Cuthbert.
Here’s each of the new features and how they might affect your usual strategy and game-play.
The club’s new kit supplier after released a statement amid criticism of the design.
Time is running out for people across the country to get their Fantasy football squads sorted for the year ahead.
It’s good news if you’re from the Kingdom.
Quick, easy and healthy for your Bank Holiday Monday.
The Irish welterweight has got an opponent for 24 October.
Joking aside, the Fermanagh forward believes the squad will have learnt a great deal from their day out at Croke Park.
And then there were six.
Ian Rogers talks to us about falling in love with the pole vault at the age of three.
Roberto Martinez’s new striker looks familiar.
Plus, Dundalk’s strength in depth and Rovers stay in the hunt.
Luke Fitzgerald explains what the role of a left wing entails with Ireland.
The42′s Gaelic football columnist takes a look back over the weekend action.
Rucks, mauls, scrummaging… that sort of thing.
We are just days away from the return of the Premier League.
Schmidt ‘values someone who makes other players look good’.
Paul Tierney walked away from hurling as an All-Ireland winner at 22.
Pete McGrath has set his sights on the Holy Grail next season.
Controversial Fermanagh goal leaves Dubs boss scratching his head.
Kerry’s forward line is looking strong.
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.
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.