Sixmilebridge 1-20 Clooney-Quin 1-14: Twelve minutes into the second half of yesterday’s Clare senior hurling final, Clooney-Quin’s James Corry popped over what seemed a tidy but unre
Castlebar Mitchels 0-15 Ballintubber 0-13: It was no surprise to hear the Castlebar Mitchels squad described as a “phenomenal bunch of men” after winning their third successive Mayo S
1 If you were interested, by which I mean worried, by the supremacy of Gaelic football, your worries are over, going by a first glance at the proposed hurling fixtures for 2018. There’ll be
Since its rebranding as the Champions Cup, the big beasts have thundered down an all too predictable road, relentless in their crushing of lighter opposition, writes Peter Jackson.
‘A statement’ this may have been from a Leinster side angling for an improvement on last season’s semi-final berth, but Leo Cullen has seen too much to get over excited by a performa
Munster 14 Racing 7: Heart, guts, belief. Rassie Erasmus neatly summarised the attributes in the Munster squad that he hands over to Johann van Graan over the next month or so and which his succe
Connacht 15 Worcester Warriors 8: You suspect the more Kieran Keane settles into life in Galway the more he appreciates exactly what his predecessor Pat Lam achieved, not just with limited resources b
Kilkenny driver Enda O’Brien powered his 2.5-litre engine Ford Escort to victory in the Germaine’s of Baltinglass Rally in Wicklow.
DCU Saints produced the shock of the weekend when defeating holders Griffith College Swords Thunder 75-70 in the first round of the Pat Duffy National Cup.
Sarah Torrans gave a glimpse of her huge talent as a much changed Irish senior women drew 1-1 with Scotland at Stormont.
Tournament host Sergio Garcia dedicated victory in the Andalucia Valderrama Masters to wife Angela and unborn child after claiming a sixth victory on home soil.
The little All-Ireland went home yesterday, the Cork county senior hurling final leaving Páirc Uí Rinn on the Boreenmanna Road, and landing down the hill in the refurbished Páirc
Winning manager Larry Kavanagh trusted his players to recover after St Finbarr’s whirlwind start, as Nemo bounced back to claim their 20th Cork SFC title.
Cork officials were tight-lipped yesterday about the issues likely to be debated at tonight’s meeting of the Cork County Board executive officers.
Nemo Rangers 4-12 St Finbarr’s 3-13: Cork football title No 20 has a nice, tidy ring to it, but the devil is in the detail.
Mourinho must accept his role in Manchester United’s passiveness
Tottenham 4 Liverpool 1: In London’s West End tonight, Fifa will name their World Player of the Year at a glitzy ceremony at the capital’s Palladium.
You can set your watch by the smarmy self-confidence of a Liverpool manager.
Our man inside the game turned up at Wembley yesterday and that was also as much as Liverpool managed.
St Martin’s 2-16 Oulart-the-Ballagh 1-9: The modern-day giants of Wexford hurling were dethroned in emphatic fashion as St Martin’s turned in a storming last 20 minutes to win by 10 points