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Wednesday 15 April, 2020

A friend recommends: Dundalk's Brian Gartland on 'City of God' and his local hero's autobiography

The League of Ireland great recommends a Brazilian classic film and Jim Stynes’ book, as well as a light-hearted TV series and equally jovial podcast.

Thursday 9 April, 2020

A friend recommends: Cork's Saoirse Noonan on 'Cheer' and 'The Power of Vulnerability'

The Cork dual star fires up Netflix and adds some new shows to our list.

Wednesday 8 April, 2020

A friend recommends: Meath's Mickey Burke on Narcos, nutrition and Niall Quinn's book

The Royal County fan favourite didn’t discover Netflix until the country started to self-isolate.

Thursday 2 April, 2020

'We talked about it being a one campaign thing' - Sexton says captaincy may be reviewed due to disrupted season

Johnny Sexton discussed his Ireland captaincy, dealing with critisicm, and how he is staying fit during the lockdown.

Saturday 28 March, 2020

The Boys in Green from Brazil: Eusebio, Iran and Ireland at 'the Minicopa'

In 1972, the national side took on the best in the world in the home of football.

Wednesday 25 March, 2020

'He said 'You'll never be able to walk again' - Parsons on recovering from horror knee injury

The Mayo midfielder suffered the injury in a Connacht quarter-final defeat to Galway in May 2018.

Tuesday 24 March, 2020

IRFU make €500,000 available to clubs in light of coronavirus disruption

The union also confirmed they will put in place a moratorium on all club loan repayments for four months.

Sunday 22 March, 2020

Late nights, dark places, and knowing when to pull back - The Art of Ghostwriting

We talk to Vincent Hogan, Paul Kimmage, Christy O’Connor, Keith Duggan and Dion Fanning about what goes into writing a sports autobiography.

Saturday 21 March, 2020

Cork City to stop paying wages of players and staff

With the League of Ireland on hold, the club have failed to find a means of replacing the revenue that would have been generated by match days.

Sunday 15 March, 2020

'It's very discouraging. If you want to play two sports, that door should always be open'

Cork dual star Hannah Looney talks being disheartened by Congress, and the importance of role models in women’s sport.

Saturday 14 March, 2020

'Just because there's no live sport, that doesn't mean we're stopping' - Sports media versus the shutdown

Media outlets across Ireland are finding ways to adapt to a world without live sport.

Friday 13 March, 2020

'It's the only sport in the world where you are defined by one game' - No regrets as Moran enters next chapter

Andy Moran on life after football, Mayo’s Division 1 status, and what’s next for Donie Buckley.

Thursday 12 March, 2020

Conor McManus on Kerry, legacy, and moving on from the disappointment of 2019

Monaghan are still getting used to life without Malachy O’Rourke, who stepped down after seven seasons in charge last year.

Wednesday 11 March, 2020

'If it's the worst case scenario as predicted, you can forget about sporting activity' - O'Mahony

Fine Gael Senator and former Galway football manager John O’Mahony wouldn’t be surprised to see GAA games played closed doors due to the spread of Covid-19.

The search for consistency and advice from uncle OisĂ­n: RĂ­an O'Neill is Armagh's latest star

The young Crossmaglen Rangers forward comes from a family with a rich footballing history.

Sunday 8 March, 2020

The story behind Red Inc, the longest running fanzine in Irish football

We go behind the scenes with editor Barry Crossan, who is over three years into a boycott of the club.

Friday 6 March, 2020

Cahill makes 9 changes to his Waterford team for Limerick clash

There’s a league debut for goalkeeper Shaun O’Brien, while Tom Barron and MJ Sutton make their first starts of the campaign.

Bubbles is back as Tipp make 5 changes while Skehill starts in goal for Galway

The forward hasn’t played since picking up an injury against Cork in early February.

Sunday 1 March, 2020

Troy Parrott makes second Premier League appearance, but it's too little too late

The 18-year-old Ireland striker came off the bench in the dying moments.

As it happened: Everton v Manchester United, Premier League

Relive all action from a dramatic afternoon at Goodison Park.

Saturday 29 February, 2020

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Watch: Tyrone and Dublin camps clash in tunnel at half-time in Healy Park

Television cameras caught an altercation in the tunnel as the teams left the pitch at the break.

Ireland's Six Nations fixture against France in serious doubt as government announce ban on public gatherings

The French government held an exceptional cabinet meeting on Saturday as they seek to halt the spread of the coronavirus.

All change for Wexford as Davy Fitz names team to play Carlow

The Wexford boss is using the game to hand opportunities to a number of players.

Friday 28 February, 2020

Lowry recovers from poor start to stay in the mix at Honda Classic

The Open champion shot a bogey on each of his opening three holes.

Watch: Dundalk's Jordan Flores scores stunning volley in front of record Tallaght Stadium crowd

Dylan Watts had opened the scoring for Shamrock Rovers just two minutes previously.

Sunday 23 February, 2020

'Only one team can win a league or a cup, but everyone can do good things in their area'

Bohemians and Derry City are just two of many League of Ireland clubs doing good work in their local communities.

Sunday 16 February, 2020

The high school coach who can't forget Parkland and more of the week's best sportswriting

Enjoy some of our favourite reads from the last week.

Saturday 15 February, 2020

As it happened: Norwich v Liverpool, Premier League

Relive all the action as Jurgen Klopp’s team overcame a disciplined Norwich at Carrow Road.

Thursday 13 February, 2020

Five players agree contract extensions with Connacht

Tom Daly, Peter Robb, Dominic Robertson-McCoy, Shane Delahunt and Conor Kenny have all signed new deals with the provinces.

Friday 7 February, 2020

Considine return one of three changes for Ireland Women ahead of Wales clash

The Munster fullback is fit to start having missed the opening round defeat of Scotland through injury.

Thursday 6 February, 2020

Gibson reunites with old Man United team-mates after signing for Salford

The former Ireland midfielder has been without a club since leaving Wigan at the end of last season.

Saturday 1 February, 2020

Clear messages, managing expectations and enjoying yourself - Advice for Andy from managers in the know

As Andy Farrell looks to move Ireland on from the Joe Schmidt era, we speak to two managers who found themselves in a similar situation.

Friday 31 January, 2020

A new midfield and no Tommy Walsh as Kerry name team for visit of Galway

Peter Keane has named his side for Saturday’s Division 1 clash in Tralee.

Thursday 30 January, 2020

'Johnny's at the right stage in life to be the main man, the captain, the leader'

Jamie Heaslip on why Johnny Sexton was the right choice as Ireland captain, and the challenges facing Andy Farrell.

Tuesday 28 January, 2020

Heaslip: In-form Doris is the best number eight in Ireland

The former Ireland international also explained how he feels the demands of a back row player is changing.

McClean: My daughter has asked about the abuse; it's not a nice conversation to have

The Republic of Ireland midfielder also discussed his support for an All-Island domestic league.

Monday 27 January, 2020

O'Driscoll: Ireland need a 'thug' who will throw their weight around BOD

O'Driscoll: Ireland need a 'thug' who will throw their weight around

The former Ireland captain also warned it will be difficult for Andy Farrell to experiment during the Six Nations.

Sunday 26 January, 2020

Inside the Dublin school gym that made Ireland stars Larmour and Porter

A focus on getting the basics right has helped produce massive results at St Andrew’s College.

Saturday 25 January, 2020

As it happened: Dublin v Kerry, Donegal v Mayo, GAA match tracker

There’s two massive games of football on the opening night of the new National League season.

Friday 24 January, 2020

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