Walter Walsh has happy memories of the last Kilkenny-Galway All-Ireland final clash.
A great behind-the-scenes insight
Stephen Kenny’s men earned a 2-0 win at Oriel Park tonight.
Marty has mad skills.
Saunders required 10 stitches above his right eye.
You can’t argue with these.
Here are the deals that have been confirmed following Deadline Day.
West Ham midfielder Josh Cullen and QPR’s Reece Grego-Cox have been included for the upcoming games with Qatar and Andorra.
Schmidt feels for those left behind, but has Ireland focused on the challenges ahead.
Berahino hints he could go on strike.
Ireland will travel to the World Cup with three tightheads and only two looseheads.
Plus, Andy Lee’s title fight is now officially off.
United say the FA can back up their claims.
How Man United, Arsenal and others fared in silly season.
AJ MacGinty and John Quill have both made the 31-man squad.
Michael Hector had a short stint at Dundalk back in 2011.
The Bournemouth midfielder is settling in with Martin O’Neill’s squad this week.
Middleweight showdown will take place “as soon as possible” after Saunders cut forces another delay.
England not holding back with their team to face Ireland.
Pat Lam’s centre options for the opening month of the season have taken a hit.
When both parties are under last-minute pressure, every I needs to be dotted, writes John O’Sullivan.
There’s stars involved as well from Limerick, Kerry, Meath and Armagh.
Louis van Gaal has made his sixth signing of the summer.
More points for tries, less points for kicks.
The rest of the tournament can go shave, Strauss has the best beard award locked down.
Spanish giants say they “did everything necessary in every moment.”
Joe Schmidt says the Ulsterman has earned his World Cup spot in training and in Cardiff.
A mixed bag on the broadcasting front.
Good news for fans.
The Ireland head coach said Felix Jones and Fergus McFadden also just missed out on inclusion.
It’s been quite a week for Josh Cullen.
Joe Schmidt sounded the utility back out about the possibility of covering an extra position last season.
The international was banned from driving for 20 months.
Some of the squad looked more prepared for class photo day than others.
The logo bears certain similarities to a design for a Belgian theatre company. It’s been quite the controversy in Japan.
Dubliner Artem Lobov is officially part of the cast.
Furlong was too big and too fast for his peers on the football field.
All of these Ireland internationals will remain on standby in the coming months.