# Glory Days

Last month
November 2023
Success for St Patrick's Athletic all the sweeter among family
The 42′s David Sneyd was able to spend this FAI Cup final away from the press box.
This year
'He will always be part of the DNA of Mohill' - Leitrim champs remember late Philly McGuinness
Mohill will target becoming the first Leitrim club to lift the Connacht senior club championship.
The birth of Clifford's legacy and Glass's early years - the Derry-Kerry underage rivalry
Some of the Kerry and Derry players featuring in the All-Ireland semi-final share a history that goes way back.
'This is a starting point,' says Napoli owner as celebrations continue through the night
Italian media report that a 26-year-old man died, with several others injured, in incidents the Scudetto celebrations in Naples.
Ireland finish over the top of England to claim glorious Grand Slam
There were nervy moments but Andy Farrell’s side had too much for 14-man England.
Ireland finish over the top of England to claim glorious Grand Slam
There were nervy moments but Andy Farrell’s side had too much for 14-man England.
Last year
'It's been really exciting' - All-Ireland win, 21st birthday celebrations and Oz adventure
Meath star Orlagh Lally has landed in Perth, with team-mate Vikki Wall departing today.
Ireland coach Andy Farrell: ‘It is the most proud I have ever been as part of a group’
Farrell guided Ireland to their greatest ever success tonight – a series win in New Zealand.
All time
Daniel Sturridge plays his first professional game in nearly two years
The ex-Liverpool striker made his Perth Glory debut in today’s 1-1 draw with Adelaide United.
Keogh wins A-League Goal of the Year award with stunning long-range effort
Recognition in Australia for the 35-year-old Dubliner.
Quiz: Ireland at the Euros
Memories from European Championships when we didn’t have to settle for being onlookers.
Incredible long-range effort the highlight as Irish international Keogh scores four
The striker ended his A-League goal drought in emphatic fashion today for Perth Glory.
O'Donovan's superb goal not enough as Irish strikers square off in the A-League
Andy Keogh’s Perth Glory overcame Newcastle Jets.
When Glenn Hoddle and a pair of World Cup winners starred at Thomond Park
Forty years ago, during the golden age of football in Limerick, the reigning FA Cup holders came to town.
Irish international striker Andy Keogh returns for a third spell in the A-League
Following stints in Saudi Arabia and India, the 34-year-old Dubliner is back at Perth Glory.
The last summer of innocence and the legacy Jack Charlton left behind
He ruled with an iron fist – but the players loved his mischievous wit and winning mentality..
'I was blessed to join Shannon at that time. The crowds in the AIL were massive'
Andrew Thompson won nine All-Ireland League titles during his playing days with Shannon RFC.
Pre-match pints, post-match vodkas – the secret to winning at Twickenham
Tommy Bowe, Stephen Ferris and Nick Popplewell retrace their steps and tell Andy Farrell what you need to do to beat England on their home patch.
Fans shaking the team bus after Leinster triumph and a goal that made Brian Cody collapse in despair
Former Wexford hurler Michael Jacob recalls his county’s last senior provincial title in 2004.
'We were on our team holiday and Páidí called me to the bar to inform me about the All-Star'
Westmeath legend John Keane reflects on his career and their famous Leinster title victory in 2004.
'For f**k's sake, their anthem goes on a bit. Don Givens looks at me and says, "That's ours!"
Terry Mancini, once of Watford, Arsenal and the Republic of Ireland, talks to The42 about his remarkable career.
'Big lift' as Cork get their day in the sun again with thrilling win over rivals Dublin
It was a victory to remember for Ephie Fitzgerald’s side, who now face Galway in the league final.
'I had this big blonde head on me' - Tyrrell recalls bleaching his hair with Tommy Walsh
The nine-time All-Ireland winner will feature in the first episode in the new series of Laochra Gael.
'They're two very different experiences and it's great to be able to say I experienced both'
Gearoid McInerney added an All-Ireland intermediate club title to the Celtic Cross he won with Galway in 2017.
'O'Connell Street should be a place people want to get to rather than get through'
Clerys’ shutters came down for the final time on 12 June 2015 – and today a memorial was held for the store.
Sexton sensational as Leinster smash Scarlets to secure historic double
Jordan Larmour’s sublime solo try was among the highlights of a stunning Leinster performance in Dublin.
Bow ties, blazers, champagne at half-time: Racing's 'Le Show-Bizz' era
Munster’s Champions Cup semi-final opponents had an interesting era in the late 1980s.
Remembering the national institution that was 'Foreign Exchange'
Robert Sheehan, that you?
Current Cork City side 'right up there' with Shamrock Rovers' Europa League heroes
Conor McCormack believes the Premier Division leaders are on a par with the Hoops side he was once part of.
Stella Cinema set to reopen its doors after 12 years
The revamped cinema is set to reopen by the summer.
How LVG masterminded one of the biggest shocks in European football history
AZ, who play Dundalk in the Europa League this week, experienced a day they will never forget on 19 April 2009.
Trap favourite Andy Keogh nets hat-trick for Perth Glory in the A-League
It was the Dubliner’s second treble down under.
Cork boss - 'United were lucky to have Keane - we have 9 or 10 of them'
Ephie Fitzgerald saluted another superb triumph by the Cork ladies footballers.
Dubs boss wants his players to be like Bruce Springsteen as they aim to stop Cork's 6-in-a-row bid
“Let’s rock this stadium and give a performance that everybody goes home talking about ladies football.”
Where are they now? Ireland's Euro '88 squad
How many of Ireland’s 20-man squad can you remember and what are they doing now?
56 scores in classic Fitzgibbon Cup final as Mary I are champions for first time
Darragh O’Donovan and Cian Lynch hit the late points that sealed victory against UL.
There's two Kerry-Mayo All-Ireland club football finals in store at Croke Park
St Mary’s, Templenoe, Hollymount-Carramore and Ardnaree all booked spots after today’s semi-final action.
'If they don't stand up for players' rights then why are the GPA in existence?' - O'Rourke
The Sunday Game pundit has called on the players’ body to focus on a fixtures plan.
Dublin legend opens up on remarkable days of 'Heffo's Army'
Keaveney was famously coaxed out of inter-county retirement by Heffernan, who changed GAA in the capital forever.
It's not often we get to write this - Cavan won an All-Ireland football title this afternoon
After being dramatically reinstated last month, Cavan have won the All-Ireland U14 Ladies title.