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Davy Fitzgerald on his health, hurling and how Wexford changed his mind Interview This post contains videos

Davy Fitzgerald on his health, hurling and how Wexford changed his mind

The former Clare manager is impressed with what he has seen so far in the south-east.

# interview - Tuesday 6 December, 2016

Furlong not resting on his laurels as he 'keeps on trucking' in pursuit of perfection

It has been a memorable month for the Wexford prop but he’s not prepared to bask in the glory of an impressive November series.

# interview - Sunday 4 December, 2016

The story of how Ireland took the Taekwon-do world by storm

Stephen Ryan chats to The42 about the Irish side’s considerable recent successes in the sport.

'They'll have to start better this time because Cuala have the forwards to punish them'

O’Loughlin Gaels chairman and Cork legend Brian Murphy talks us through the club’s journey to another Leinster final.

# interview - Saturday 3 December, 2016

'It’s a fresh start for me because I’ve been out of the game for the guts of two years'

Paul Corry is back in the League of Ireland after a luckless time with injuries and managers in England.

# interview - Sunday 27 November, 2016

'If people know that you’re a footballer, they’re not going to want to employ you’ Interview This post contains videos

'If people know that you’re a footballer, they’re not going to want to employ you’

Ryan Coulter and James Chambers chat to The42 about the harsh realities many League of Ireland footballers face in the off-season.

'I won the fight and didn't get the recognition but that's the way boxing is going. It's sickening'

Christina Desmond knows she should have won more than European bronze in Sofia last week but isn’t letting a contentious judge’s decision deter her ambitions of reaching the top.

'It really was a magical time in Serie A' - We look back at Football Italia with the show's star

We spoke to James Richardson about his ten years in Italy and an upcoming event in Dublin.

'Going for three senior provincial titles in one year, it's hard to explain what that means'

Slaughtneil chairman Sean McGuigan tries to detail how the small south Derry club has reached such heady heights.

# interview - Saturday 26 November, 2016

Ron Atkinson on the Desailly controversy, Paul McGrath and his best-ever signings Interview This post contains videos

Ron Atkinson on the Desailly controversy, Paul McGrath and his best-ever signings

The former Manchester United manager chats to The42 about an eventful career in football.

'There's huge pressure on Katie because you only get a few cracks at the non-believers'

London just the start as Hearn’s plan to make Taylor a global superstar takes off.

Toner becoming a giant of the Irish pack, even if he's still a little unsung

The 30-year-old lock has worked hard on his lineout calling and physicality.

# interview - Thursday 24 November, 2016

Martin O'Neill on Chris Forrester and other League One players' chances with Ireland

The Irish boss will be casting his eye over a number of less familiar Irish players in the coming months.

Ex-Leinster skills coach 'Mick the Kick' back in ancestral home with Wallabies

The former Australia Rules player has major experience in rugby coaching.

# interview - Wednesday 23 November, 2016

Katie Taylor fit and ready to embark on exciting journey with a point to prove

Four days out from her first fight as a professional boxer, Taylor cut a relaxed figure in Dublin yesterday.

# interview - Tuesday 22 November, 2016

'At 15, a lot of our team that didn't get an opportunity fell out of love with football'

The former Ireland international speaks about how the transition from youth to senior level is no longer as difficult for players.

# interview - Saturday 19 November, 2016

From TheJournal.ie Sitting down with Maser: The man and the artist behind the blue Repeal wall Interview

Sitting down with Maser: The man and the artist behind the blue Repeal wall

The 35-year-old’s love for his craft is matched only by his love for his city.

'It's no fluke that we keep coming back year after year' - Monaghan side dreaming of back-to-back All-Irelands

Donaghmoyne are bidding for their first back-to-back All-Ireland titles, but Cork’s Mourneabbey stand in their way of a final spot on Sunday.

'You just need to get into players' minds, and say to them: We can do this.'

Martin O’Neill says his players are growing in confidence owing to recent positive results.

# interview - Friday 18 November, 2016

'I fell out of love with the sport over the last few years'

Katie Taylor talked about “the lowest point of my career” and her new life as a pro on the Late Late Show tonight.

'Wes is coming up to 35. I have to see how long he can last in games'

Martin O’Neill has suggested that he must use the talented midfielder somewhat sparingly.

# interview - Wednesday 9 November, 2016

Clerkin's last stand: The last footballer of the '90s on his legacy, punditry and writing a book

The Monaghan legend chats to The42 about the highs and lows of a 17-year career.

# interview - Tuesday 8 November, 2016

Trimble on beating All Blacks: 'If it is possible to do it once, it is possible to do it again'

The Ulster star is optimistic about Ireland’s chances of securing back-to-back wins over New Zealand.

# interview - Sunday 6 November, 2016

‘You start thinking about Best in a different way because you’re forced to look at him’

A lost film about the Manchester legend is showing in the IFI in Dublin tonight.

From TheJournal.ie 'I miss writing about the creeps in public life that you can take out' High Table

'I miss writing about the creeps in public life that you can take out'

Eamon Dunphy on politics, journalism and why he’s still angry…

# interview - Saturday 5 November, 2016

'I started playing out on the road with my brothers... They never treated me like a girl'

Shelbourne Ladies footballer Rachel Graham chats to The42 ahead of the Women’s FAI Cup final on Sunday.

Limerick man Garvey loving analysis life with Michael Cheika's Wallabies

The former Munster U21 player has an insatiable thirst to get better at his job as a performance analyst.

# interview - Friday 4 November, 2016

How a small Cork-based club rose to the brink of All-Ireland glory

Mourneabbey are in the running for their third All-Ireland final appearance, targeting their first title.

12 months on from sitting on Dundalk's bench, Maguire out for FAI Cup glory with Cork

The SSE Airtricity League Premier Division’s top scorer feels like his has proven himself since leaving the Lilywhites for the Leesiders.

# interview - Tuesday 1 November, 2016

From La Liga to county GAA finals - celebrating 20 years of TG4’s innovative sports coverage

The channel’s Head of Sport, Rónán Ó Coisdealbha, chats to The42 about their legacy after two decades.

# interview - Monday 31 October, 2016

'I'm not easy to like on the pitch but I'm a bit of a softie underneath it all' Starry Boy This post contains videos

'I'm not easy to like on the pitch but I'm a bit of a softie underneath it all'

Kieran Donaghy sits down with The42 to discuss life off the pitch and how basketball has given him a new lease of life.

'One page a week on women's sport is not going to detract from newspapers' readership'

Wexford Youths player Ruth Fahy discusses the challenges facing women’s football in Ireland.

# interview - Sunday 30 October, 2016

Rapid to Vienna: Doyle aims to stake claim in play-off showdown with Keane

“As long as I’m playing professionally I’ll be available for Ireland.”

# interview - Saturday 29 October, 2016

The Irishman who took on Eddie Alvarez long before the rise of Conor McGregor

He hung his gloves up in 2013 but Greg Loughran was a trailblazer for mixed martial arts in Ireland.

'I definitely feel like one of the older heads': Henshaw evolving as a player at Leinster

After switching Galway for Dublin, the Ireland centre explains how his role on the pitch has changed at Leinster.

# interview - Friday 21 October, 2016

'There will be adversity in this fight... There will be times where Conor is feeling that pressure'

John Kavanagh says his fighter’s upcoming bout will be far from straightforward.

'When you're going through a bad time, it's hard to enjoy your golf'

Shane Lowry on his tough year, missing out on the Ryder Cup and using a sports psychologist.

# interview - Friday 14 October, 2016

'There were about 100 scouts watching him' - In-demand Horgan would be open to the right move

Dundalk’s stand-out performer this season says he’s “very, very happy” at Dundalk, however.

'I have never doped so to be there at all was shocking to me'

Irish athlete Steven Colvert continues to claim he is innocent despite a positive EPO test in 2014.

# interview - Thursday 13 October, 2016

Katie Taylor: I'll live with the disappointment of Rio for the rest of my life

Motivated by the heartbreak of the last few months, Katie Taylor is working hard as she considers what step she’ll take next.

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