Dublin and Clare’s fates will be decided by lots as Camogie Association rules appeals cannot be heard.
Fair play to Barry McNamara.
“How do they get the figs in the fig rolls?”
Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder in trouble as reports of doping positive emerge.
That’s gonna hurt.
Déise set their sights on an All-Ireland semi-final against Kilkenny.
When does the racing start? And, more importantly, who’s going to win?
Shane Bennett and Liam Rushe left emphatic marks on yesterday’s All-Ireland quarter-final, but for very different reasons.
We’ll be keeping a close eye on the 6.15pm at Ballybrit this evening.
First campaign was “an up and down season,” says Dubs boss.
Sunday 26 July, 2015
“Please interview Jonathan Glynn every weekend… even if Galway aren’t playing!!”
Kevin Broderick, eat your heart out.
Allstar defender sent off following an ugly clash with Shanahan.
26 July: a fine summer’s day.
What’s he like under a high ball though?
You better believe that the Jacksonville Sharks know their role.
Surely this is worth a free pass into the semi-finals at least?
Friday 24 July, 2015
Midfielder stretchered off after just 18 minutes of Real Madrid friendly.
Wednesday 22 July, 2015
“Walk on, waaaaaalk on, with hope in your hearts…”
Prop signs for Melbourne Rebels until the end of 2017 season.
Thursday 16 July, 2015
“He said he’s staying, and I said ‘We want you to stay.’”
Everybody has an opinion on how Liverpool will spend the Raheem Sterling money.
Greystones amateur shoots four birdies in a blistering start.
Wednesday 15 July, 2015
Second again for Martin as Chris Froome retains his yellow jersey lead.
Tuesday 14 July, 2015
Former Ireland international delighted to join “the biggest club in the country.”
It’s a jersey, lads. A jersey.
McGregor has also been given a short medical suspension following Saturday night’s title win.
First impressions? We like it.
The Waterford defender made one young fan’s day after losing to Tipp.
The interim featherweight champion takes his place among the best in the game.
All-Ireland favourites cruise to another provincial title but still have plenty of room for improvement.
Monday 13 July, 2015
Lowry tees up at St Andrews this week in search of his first Major.
Donegal and others can take heart from Westmeath’s defensive success, Tom Cribbin says.
Job done for Jim Gavin who celebrates his third straight Leinster title as Dubs boss.
Sunday 12 July, 2015
Dubs continue their Leinster stranglehold with 10th provincial title in 11 seasons.
Dublin clinched another Leinster football crown with a 13-point win over Westmeath.