Rare enough are athletes for whom defeat can be dismissed as an occasional evil; rarer still those who manage to evade it entirely.
Bríd O’Sullivan admits she was “wary” of taking over as Mourneabbey captain from Roisín O’Sullivan.
Are our hearts truly in these inquests any more, asks Larry Ryan.
Defending champion Matt Fitzpatrick claimed the halfway lead in the DP World Tour Championship after Tommy Fleetwood ensured the Race to Dubai battle would go down to the wire.
There was a time, not so long ago, that Darren Sweetnam was questioning whether he had made the right move in forsaking an inter-county career with the Cork hurlers for the pipedream of professional s
Eddie Jones has criticised Australia for seeking to influence referee Ben O’Keeffe through the media.
Antonio Conte believes Chelsea must win every remaining Premier League game to beat Manchester City to the title.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp expects Southampton’s Virgil van Dijk to endure a difficult time at Anfield today.
By the time football restarted after the Second World War, Tottenham Hotspur was a club of the past.
Arsene Wenger has no intention of following in the footsteps of Tottenham counterpart Mauricio Pochettino by writing a book during his managerial career.
Mauricio Pochettino would not swap the progress made at Tottenham over the last three years for Arsenal’s two FA Cups.
Jose Mourinho expects Zlatan Ibrahimovic to complement rather than compete with Romelu Lukaku after welcoming the striker back to the Manchester United squad, along with Paul Pogba.
There’s a little history between Ballygunner and Na Piarsaigh. Given the pool of clubs jostling to get out of the Munster club SHC, that’s hardly surprising, but Paul Flynn is worried that
Aa the present takes care of itself, Na Piarsaigh are busy planning for the future.
I can only bow down to the prophetic powers of those who say they saw Tuesday night’s Aviva apocalypse coming, writes Liam Mackey.
Tom Devine was hardly expecting his first Páirc Uí Chaoimh performance to be like this.
If ever there was going to be a calming influence in the aftermath of the Republic of Ireland’s World Cup play-off calamity, there was always a possibility it might come from Chris Hughton, a ma
Joe Schmidt knows the risks he is taking by selecting such an inexperienced side to face Fiji this evening but if it means Ireland are better prepared at the 2019 World Cup then the end will have just
Bring up the subject of Fijian rugby and the name Leone Nakarawa will not take to long to get an airing.
The battle between Colin Keane and Pat Smullen, for the flat jockeys’ championship, didn’t half-light up that campaign but, you suspect, it will be nothing compared to what’s in stor