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Gorey's Kennedy ready to dance at 'crossroads' fight with help of Wexford hurler
Garda Niall Kennedy will take on the biggest fight of his career in Boston tonight, and has been working with fellow Gorey man Conor McDonald in his latest camp.
Humans of the LOI: The famous soup of Finn Park
Pat and Margaret set up a shop in Finn Park to help bring in funds for the Donegal club. 22 years later, and their homemade soup is the main attraction.
'We went to Derry in 2010 with 13 players and I was nearly one of them'
Co-owner, former chairman and now kit manager, Mick Ring has been devoted to Cork City FC since his days in a buggy.
Ireland’s over-85s tennis world champion on playing at Wimbledon in the 1950s
With Wimbledon starting tomorrow, we looked back at the career of June Ann Byrne, who first graced Wimbledon’s grass courts in 1951.
Street signs, a walk to Finglas and a bunch of dockers - the beginnings of Shelbourne FC
Chris Sands has been following the Reds for almost 80 years and wrote the book on one of the league’s most colourful clubs.
How an Irish publican's unease and mahogany doors spared a massacre during the 1994 World Cup final
‘I heard what I thought was a cork popping. I looked behind me and there was a bullet-hole in the mirror.’
'It's great to be the best in the world' - Undisputed champion Taylor swarmed by fans in Dublin airport
Bray’s world champion was met by fans on her arrival in Dublin Airport following her win over Delfine Persoon on Saturday.
'We thought the club was going to fold. What's come out of that is a togetherness'
Daniel Lambert lives and works in the shadow of Dalymount, and is part of the team that’s made Bohs a central part of the Phibsborough community.
When the Cats come to town - Carlow and Kilkenny reignite their Leinster derby after 26 years
Constantly living in Kilkenny’s shadow through the years, Carlow welcomed them to Netwatch Cullen Park yesterday.
Pat's portakabin full of football history in Inchicore
Pat O’Callaghan’s shop in Richmond Park includes a copy of the programme from the 1937 Scottish Cup final and a full set from Manchester United’s 1992/93 home games.
The truth about barefoot running - the key to avoiding injury or a runner's fad?
Whether you’re a casual jogger or into long distance, paying attention to footwear and form could help reduce the risk of injuries.
'All of a sudden you notice you can't see the puck-out' - Tipperary's Peter Ryan on his road to the Paralympics
The former Tipp minor hurler on losing 90% of his vision at 19, his battle with alcohol and becoming a Paralympian.
'It's back. There's a changing of the guard. Professional boxing is back in Ireland'
Eric ‘Lilywhite Lightning’ Donovan became the new Irish featherweight champion live on TV this evening.
From Moldova to Foxrock and Sydney to the inner city - two Dubliners fighting for one belt
Jake Hanney and Victor Rabei will fight for the Celtic super welterweight title in the National Stadium tonight and live on TG4.
'I did get a World Championships silver medal, but I left Finland beginning my entire life again'
The Carlow-sprinter will represent Ireland at senior level for the first time today in Glasgow.
‘I started driving when I was 6. My brother and I would rally cars around the fields’
James Roe Jr used his communion money to buy his first racing car, and now he’s breaking lap records across the world.
The shed out the back where the McKenna brothers' boxing dream began
Aaron and Stevie McKenna now live in California while pursuing their dreams of world titles.
'I kind of feel like I was the nearly-man in my career. I don't want to be the nearly-man'
After losing half a year to injury, boxer Eric Donovan is keen to get a European title shot as soon as he can.
Ireland international Alex Pearce completes loan move to Millwall
Pearce will be loaned out by Derby County until the end of the season.
2018 in review - top 3 most memorable moments for Irish women in sport
In a year of highlights, we look at some of the top moments for Ireland’s women.
Munster's Arno Botha and his dog Ben reunited for Christmas
The South African had to leave the French bulldog at home when he moved to the Northern Hemisphere.
From Croke Park to the trenches: the forgotten GAA heroes of World War I
Dr Dónal McAnallen has found at least 10 All-Ireland finalists that fought in WWI.
After missing his Olympic dream, Ray Moylette tried the ‘big, bad world’ for two months
The Mayo man is now 11-0 as a pro and is bringing a title fight to his hometown tomorrow night.
'I’m disappointed in myself': Duffy apologises for headbutt red card
The Ireland international was dismissed against Crystal Palace last night and will now miss three games.
Dublin bowler wins first ever Irish medal at World Championships in Hong Kong
The Swords native beat the defending world champion along the way.
Feyenoord fans throw extra ball onto the pitch just as PSV were about to score
The Eredivisie leaders’ unbeaten league streak came to an end in Rotterdam yesterday.
VAR to be introduced in Champions League from February
The system was due to be introduced next season but will be fast-tracked.
Sugar Ray: 'We're bringing Irish boxing back'
Mayo’s Ray Moylette is hoping that headlining a show in his hometown will inspire kids to dream big.
Jimmy Magee's personal library of almost 1000 books to be auctioned off for charity
The Memory Man’s collection includes books and magazines from as far back as the 1960s.
'I sat down with Joe in a coffee shop in Dublin and we went through the game together'
Italian head coach Conor O’Shea was keen to find out what Schmidt thought of his Italian side in the Six Nations.
The Irish Murderball - Ireland's first-ever World Championship wheelchair rugby team
The Irish athletes travelled to Sydney for the competition earlier this year.
'I didn't know what lymphoma was. So I said to him: 'Is it serious?''
Roscommon-man Colin Farrell was diagnosed with cancer when he was 22. Tomorrow he will attempt to run his first ever marathon in Dublin.
'Don't experiment on race day' - Planning your final preparations for the Dublin Marathon
Race director Jim Aughney joins us to talk through the best prep, what to expect on the day and the best recovery techniques once the race is over.
Chasing Kona: From 60-a-day smoker to elite Ironman
Dubliner Rob Cummins gave up smoking at 27 and rose to the top of one of the world’s toughest endurance sports.
Boom-Boom Kennedy and the magic behind the Celtic Warrior gym
Garda Niall Kennedy will fight in Boston this weekend along with fellow Irish boxers Katie Taylor, Sean McComb and James Tennyson.
On the ground in Vegas: Reaction as McGregor's UFC return turned to chaos
Gavan Casey joins us from Sin City with the latest news from a manic night in the T-Mobile Arena.
On the ground in Vegas - UFC 229 preview
Gavan Casey dials in from Nevada with all the latest news ahead of McGregor’s comeback.
'I'm sure Liam will be looking down and will be delighted'
Former team-mates of Liam Miller have been paying tribute to him before the match in Páirc Uí Chaoimh today.
Santry 1958: 60 years on from the race of the century
Dan Carbery was 19 when he raced against Olympic champions in what turned out to be a record-breaking race in Santry.
'Earlier in the year I was dropped for a game, and that was really tough for me'
Competition for places in the All-Ireland winning Dublin team is fierce, but Sinead Finnegan says that if people get offended they brush it off for the good of the team.