MANILA, Philippines – Barangay Ginebra chalked up a first win since its Governors Cup title run as the Gin Kings outfought the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters
Manchester City 1 Chelsea 3: Rampant, magnificent Chelsea may still face some disciplinary reprisals following the mass brawl that marred the closing seconds of their eighth consecutive victory, but t
It was ultimately a disappointing first home defeat of the season, but you couldn’t accuse City of going down without a fight. Literally, unfortunately.
Where to start? First, I need to thank Arsenal. Yes, you heard that right. If it wasn’t for that loss at the Emirates, I don’t think Conte would have brought his revolution forward and dec
Sigh. Isn’t it a bit soon for Groundhog Day? How many more times this season will we have to sum up a game as follows?
Omagh’s Ryan Barrett (Ford Escort) made light of his inexperience of the Killarney terrain, and guided by Paul McCann took a maiden victory in the Rentokil Initial Killarney Historic Rally. Movi
Everton 1 Manchester United 1Marouane Fellaini, so often the symbol of all that went wrong for Manchester United under David Moyes, created more problems for the club’s current manager with a cl
Team Ambassador UCC Glanmire were given a mighty scare before prevailing over WIT Wildcats 61-56 in the Women’s National Cup.
Bournemouth 4 Liverpool 3Jurgen Klopp was forced to defend the character of his players after they threw away a 3-1 lead to lose 4-3 at Bournemouth in a remarkable match which underlined serious flaws
Donaghmoyne (Monaghan) 2-9 Foxrock-Cabinteely (Dublin) 0-8: Catriona McConnell led the charge as Donaghmoyne won back-to-back All-Ireland ladies senior club football titles for the first tim
Quick, find a straw to clutch. We’ve reached our fifth semi-final in two years. Not bad for has-beens. What? No, no actual cups per se, if you’re going to be picky and mean about it.
Ulster Bank All-Ireland League: Lansdowne will enjoy the festive period that little bit more than their Division 1A rivals after defeating Young Munster 30-24 in a supercharged top of the table clash
Dolphin 19 Ballynahinch 35: Dolphin coach David Corkery was far from impressed after watching his charges capitulate to a strong Ballynahinch at Musgrave Park on Saturday.
Following his side’s impressive bonus point victory over Newport Gwent Dragons in the Guinness PRO12 on Saturday evening, Leinster head coach Leo Cullen was quick to focus minds on Friday’
Connacht 47 Treviso 8: Pat Lam could hardly have asked for a more routine victory in his 100th game in charge as Treviso, yet again, offered only token resistance in what is turning out to be another
Munster began the defence of their interprovincial women’s title with an impressive 13-point victory away to Ulster at Kingspan Stadium (3-16).
England 37 Australia 21: Eddie Jones insists England must bristle with ambition when they seek to build on a perfect first year under his guidance by successfully defending their RBS 6 Nations ti
Tiger Woods admitted there had been “some pretty dire times” during his 15-month injury absence after a closing 76 saw him finish 15th at the Hero World Challenge, 14 shots behind winner H
St Maurs (Dublin) 2-13 Kinsale (Cork) 3-8: Kinsale boss Michael O’Connor suspects his players paid too much respect to winners St Maurs in Saturday’s All-Ireland Ladies Club JFC final.
Glenbeigh-Glencar manager Aidan O’Shea was pleased that the pre-match plan to take the game to Gabriel Rangers had borne fruit.
Glenbeigh/Glencar (Kerry) 2-16 Gabriel Rangers (Cork) 0-10: While last weekend’s Mid-Kerry SFC semi-final defeat to Beaufort wasn’t an enjoyable experience for Glenbeigh-Glencar, it did at
Cuala (Dublin) 3-19 O’Loughlin Gaels (Kilkenny) 1-16: History made but most importantly the record set straight for Cuala who made amends in style for falling at this hurdle 12 months ago.
Mattie Kenny may have thought he was onto a winner when he enjoyed a hole-in-one in Portumna Golf Club on Saturday. “The hole in one was a fluke – today was more crafted,” smiled the
St Mary’s 1-15 Skellig Rangers 1-6: St Mary’s claimed their third consecutive South Kerry SFC title with a nine-point win over Skellig Rangers at Con Keating Park, Cahersiveen on Saturday.
Mayfield coach Seamus Lawton had high praise for his gutsy side, saying their work-rate was phenomenal.
Mayfield (Cork) 2-18 Ballyduff Lower (Waterford) 3-10: Mayfield have joined the elite band of clubs to win the Munster junior hurling championship after the Cork side reigned supreme in Mallow yesterd
St Kieran’s College (Kilkenny) 2-12 Coláiste Cholmáin (Fermoy) 1-12: With 40 minutes played Coláiste Cholmáin had their noses in front in Clonmel as they aimed to cla
Rathmore 2-12 Dr Crokes 0-13: Munster champions Dr Crokes were brought crashing down to earth by Rathmore in yesterday’s East Kerry SFC final at Fitzgerald Stadium.
A former Kerry minor and U21 footballer is closing in on completing the adventure of a lifetime as he pedals his way across America to help raise funds and awareness for the Donal Walsh Live Life Foun
Two EY Hockey League sides were dumped out of the Irish Senior Cup by provincial sides as Corinthian and Mossley proved there is life outside the national league.
I stumbled across a very interesting chat the other day between Malcolm Gladwell and Bill Simmons on the future of American football - and whether it has a future.
Islamabad, Dec 5, IRNA – Pakistan sports official said that the system of Iran's women sports is a role model for the whole Muslim world including Pakistan.
Indiana set aside it road blues by rallying from 15 points down and pulling off a surprise 111-102 win at the Los Angeles Clippers Sunday.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of