Last week
11th February 2024 - 17th February 2024
Tiger Woods pain-free ahead of return to professional golf
Who is under pressure after two rounds of GAA football league?
'I was wrecking their heads' - Vikki Wall on Irish Sevens debut in Olympic year
'It's good to feel respected as a League of Ireland footballer'
Jamie Lennon has found his voice as a leader after growing up at St Patrick’s Athletic.
Cork youngster Aaron Hill earns high praise from Ronnie after Selby shock
Mbappe puts PSG in control against Sociedad, as Lazio take slender lead against Bayern
Ireland youngster Finn Azaz rifles in 20-yarder for his first Middlesbrough goal
Rangers move level with Celtic at top after beating Ross County
Canavans star as Ulster University defeat UCD to land the Sigerson Cup title
Sampson hits winner as UL hold on in Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final thriller
Meehan and Cahill strike goals as Mary I book Fitzgibbon Cup final place
‘I didn't have a pro contract… Then Dundalk gave me a call’
Doris to reassess self-image after week of challenges, research, and rewards as Ireland captain
‘As Pete comes back in, I want to try to be more of a voice and help him as much as possible.’
World Rugby not planning to explain controversial try decision in Scotland match
Munster club winning boss steps down as manager of Castlehaven
Son of Australia rugby great Michael Lynagh gets Italy call up
Travis Kelce apologises for 'unacceptable' Super Bowl rant
Jager looking forward to some routine after hectic return to Ireland
History-maker Daniel Wiffen takes gold at World Aquatics Championships
It is a first long course medal for an Irish swimmer at these championships.
Dundalk sign Sunderland defender and England underage international on loan
Munster sign Connacht winger and former Ireland U20 international Diarmuid Kilgallen
Tributes paid to Maureen Mullins following her death at the age of 94
French captain Alldritt to miss out on Italian job, Tuilagi back in England squad
FA approves Jim Ratcliffe’s Man Utd stake purchase as deal nears completion
Ex-Dutch international Promes gets six years for cocaine smuggling
One player apologises as South Korea confirm Son injured finger in brawl with younger teammates
'He did the role of seven or eight people' - Rock pays tribute to Dublin selector O'Hanlon
Shane Ryan and Maria Godden do not progress from heats in Doha
'As amazing as rugby is, it still takes away things. It takes you away from family'
James Lowe is nearing the peak of his powers as he balances rugby and fatherhood, but he believes he still has scope for improvement.
'My understanding is that it's not going to be Lee Carsley' - Shay Given
Injuries to Grealish and Silva take shine off Manchester City victory
Ireland quickly hit their stride as chasing pack struggle in Six Nations
'The players have shown real bravery to be vulnerable'
Is football broken?
Manchester City’s routine win over Copenhagen was the latest non-contest in an increasingly uncompetitive sport.
Ireland's Mikey Johnston scores after just 29 seconds of first West Brom start
Funding for Casement Park redevelopment is still a 'big difficulty', new Stormont minister says
Manchester City in cruise control as Champions League defence resumes
'A big step for me': Dundalk sign goalkeeper Shelvey from Nottingham Forest
Wales boost as out-half Costelow returns to training ahead of Ireland clash
Cork-based Radek Szaganski stuns Luke Littler at Players Championship event