Bríd Holohan and her friends will be joining us for Ireland v the All Blacks in the Windy City.
Plus, Dundalk need a higher FIFA rating. ’1 star rating? Get down ouv it.’
New Zealand continued their stunning form with a Rugby Championship win over the Wallabies this morning.
After a week in which it has been so hard to find the right words, we can find solace in the rugby.
Off the back of two wins, Dave Connell’s side face Italy on Sunday in their final Group 2 match.
Plus, Leicester City back to winning ways with a narrow victory against Crystal Palace.
Darren Murphy has helped Stephen Henderson to bring Cobh Ramblers to the brink of the Premier Division.
Former England rugby coach Clive Woodward says top athletes are always obsessive regardless of the sport they compete in.
Friday 21 October, 2016
Harps need just one point from their final game, while Youths need two wins to stay up.
Failing to come away from Manchester without a bonus point could prove crucial for the Top 14 giants.
Bray kept the home side to a scoreless draw in Tallaght.
Mark Bradley scored eight points in tonight’s replay.
There are some tough choices to make after game week 3.
Lacklustre affair at Eamonn Deacy Park.
Barry McNamee scored the winner at the Brandywell.
John Caulfield’s side were 3-1 winners tonight.
Huge respect to the scrum-half.
The then-England captain annoyed many Irish fans by seemingly causing President Mary McAleese to walk on the grass.
Anthony Foley was also laid to rest, while the Boys in Green have been scheduled to play Iceland.
Alan McCormack is suspended until December.
The 36-year-old finished third in the Women’s Individual Pursuit in Paris.
Neymar’s contract saga at Barcelona is finally at an end, after the Brazil forward signed his new five-year deal on Friday.
Jamie Fuller partially-defended Lance Armstrong for his absence from the One Zero Conference today.
The Munster legend was laid to rest in Killaloe amid emotional scenes this afternoon.
The 22-year-old passed away at the Irish National Stud in Kildare, it was revealed today.
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says Bayern Munich are focusing on producing local talent, rather than following the Premier League’s foraging abroad.
A nervous weekend is in store for the Greystones golfer.
The expressions of support came at a meeting of European Olympic committees in Minsk, Belarus.
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John Kavanagh says his fighter’s upcoming bout will be far from straightforward.
The ground’s capacity will increase to 8,000.
John O’Sullivan believes 35,000 should be the target for next month’s showdown between Dundalk and Cork City.
Liverpool came up against the aerial threat on Monday night and they are expecting more of the same at home to the Baggies.
Peter O’Mahony leads the team at Thomond Park tomorrow.
Dublin star forward Sinead Ahearne was also nominated for the honour.
The Irish race walker is looking forward to receiving the bronze at a special ceremony in Cork.
Mike Casey was an important part of Pat Lam’s coaching teams in Auckland.
Leo Cullen is boosted by the return of three senior players for a difficult trip to Montpellier on Sunday.
The Limerick native became the first woman to officiate in either the Challenge Cup or the Champions Cup.
Olive Foley paid an emotional tribute to her “soulmate” with whom she had spent “17 wonderful years” of marriage.
It was the Dubliner’s second treble down under.
The friendly will take place four days after a massive World Cup qualifier against Wales.