Other - Friday 22 May, 2015
You wouldn’t see HHH doing that.
Rory loves it when a plan comes together.
And it’s not a good thing.
Well that escalated quickly.
A group of media students from Limerick made a documentary on the recovery process of paralysed Cork star Jamie Wall.
The former Manchester United striker wants unpaid wages after his dismissal by the club for punching a photographer at a London pub
Other - Thursday 21 May, 2015
We’re all about those Xs and Os.
Plus Cian Healy’s neck, Gazza’s phone and much, much more…
This lad’s a maverick.
Irish Spotify users can expect the feature in the coming weeks.
Other - Wednesday 20 May, 2015
The England international is hopeful Louis van Gaal’s side can kick on after securing their place in the Champions League in the Dutch coach’s first season.
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Here’s what the world of sport served up for us today.
Alan Shearer was also present.
The world number one has added 20 pounds of muscle in the space of five years.
Rory won’t burden himself by worrying about the number of Majors he has won.
“I don’t think that me and him would ever fight … unless we ended up dating.”
It’s first blood to Golden State in the Western Conference finals.
Other - Tuesday 19 May, 2015
Here’s what Tuesday had to offer, sports fans.
Jose Mourinho was enraged at the prospect of Cesc Fabregas serving a three-match following the Spaniard’s sending off against West Brom.
A busy summer of boxing kicks off with two exciting fights this weekend.
The Dubliner lost despite impressing with an emphatic second-set win.
Paddy Barnes discusses his preparations for Rio, the Irish team’s prospects and turning professional.
That’s just uncalled for.
Justyn Knight has no need for your symmetry.
Other - Monday 18 May, 2015
Cesc Fabregas was sent-off in the first half as the Premier League champions suffered only their third defeat of the season.
Plus, news of Paul Redmond’s second UFC fight and the Scottish squad hoping to derail Ireland’s Euro 2016 bid.
The Serb managed to escape without injury after getting the better of Roger Federer in the final of the the Internazionali d’Italia.
The bodies Dean Potter and Graham Hunt were found at the Yosemite National Park in California.
The iconic TV show airs its final episode this weekend.
The world number one shot a relatively pedestrian 69 last night, having done the damage on day 3.
Dubliner David O’Caoimh is leading the way in wakeboarding here, while there are efforts to get it included in the 2020 Olympics.
Other - Sunday 17 May, 2015
It’s been a busy week both at home and abroad for sport. Here’s a look back in pictures.
Put your feet up and enjoy these long reads.
It’s a few kilos more than most of us can manage.
McIlroy leads the Wells Fargo Championship by four after breaking his own course record on Saturday.
The only thing that saved Iron Mike’s opponents was the head guards.
Don’t laugh! He’s an 84-year-old man and could have been badly injured (but he wasn’t, so it’s grand).
Gennady Golovkin is unstoppable.
Willie Thorne has revealed he attempted suicide last year after racking up a reported £1m in gambling debts.
Ruaidhri McGee is flying high on the Challenge Tour.