TQS Integration have been announced as new sponsors of all Waterford GAA county teams from under 14 to senior in both codes.
Tehran, Dec 16, IRNA – Iranian paralympic soccer team advanced to the Asian Championship final match and the World Cup.
As he reflects on last week’s defeat to Munster at Thomond Park, Jonny May puffs out his cheeks and sighs.
Tipperary hurler Brendan Maher described this initiative perfectly when explaining that this evening’s Gaelic voices for change sleep-out is no act of rebellion or political statement.
The dive itself is an unsophisticated relic relied upon only when there has been a gross failure of imagination, writes Larry Ryan.
Munster pitch up at the home of one English heavyweight tomorrow but it is the travails being experienced by another which has opened up the vista of potential glory for the province, and many others
The IRFU Women’s Interprovincial Championship goes down to the wire this afternoon when Munster host champions Leinster in a top of the table clash at Thomond Park (2.30pm).
"I’m beginning to feel that old familiar tingle up the spine again, the one I first experienced sitting at home in front of the telly as a kid, all of 47 years ago."
He’s the coaching constant at Munster, working under three different head coaches in as many years. Jerry Flannery understands better than most the value system crucial to the province’s f
Leo Cullen is hoping that Stuart Lancaster continues to ignore the whispers connecting him to vacant posts in the Aviva Premiership, with Northampton Saints the latest role to be painted as a good fit
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has paved the way for departures next month, stating “every player has a price”.
Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte is frustrated by those questioning his honesty over the fitness of David Luiz.
All games carry a narrative, but the storyline tends to be written in a particularly prominent bold type in the run up to Christmas when the Champions Cup delivers its glut of back-to-back fixtures.
I don’t think it is any great exaggeration to describe Willie Mullins’ Djakadam as having developed into something of a professional loser.
Eoin Cadogan was back training with Cork last night - but with a hurley and sliotar, not a football - confirming his decision to switch codes and commit to the Cork hurlers in 2018.
A fascinating new book by Corkman Tim Healy has tracked the evolution of football management from the first secretary managers — who knew nothing about the game but were appointed as a bridge be
Colin Tizzard expects Cue Card to have just three more runs before heading into retirement, with the 32Red King George VI Chase at Kempton on Tuesday week looking increasingly unlikely.
For all the good news coming out of Munster in the past couple of days, the appearance of centres Matt Toomua and Manu Tuilagi on the Leicester Tigers teamsheet yesterday lunchtime will have offered a
Mauricio Pochettino will have no problem with Tottenham turning up the music if they pull off a shock win against unbeaten Manchester City today.
Ger Kennedy is a world-renowned ice swimmer who swam his second Ice Zero Mile (in water below one degree) in Siberia last week. The Dubliner is also planning an Antarctica 2020 swimming expedition in