United loses some of her zeal as suitors look elsewhere

We all know of someone for which the tide of time has not been kind.  It may have been a neighbour, a friend, that first girlfriend you fell hopelessly head-over-heels in love with.  The heart fluttered on eye-contact.

Corporation Clubs need to understand value of fans

The year is 1945 and people in London were just about getting back to normality after the brutality of the war years.

Time for Schmidt to turn on the style

Joe Schmidt

Over the last century, the Irish community have spread throughout the world like seeds from the emerald-tinted hopper. An anthology of stories have been collected and indeed fabricated during the course of their travels, many of which are still told upon high stools today.

Messi Wins his Fifth Ballon D’Or but Jimmy’s Hair is the Highlight

A penny for Wayne Rooney’s thoughts, as he watched (yet again) the Ballon D’Or ceremony from the comfort of his luxurious Cheshire home earlier last week.

The downfall of Rugby in the Northern Hemisphere

The emphasis on club rugby in the northern hemisphere has led to the downfall of its international scene.

My Alternative Football Championship

GAA football championship article

It has been common knowledge for some time now that the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, in its present form, is a joke. Although there are some genuine All-Ireland contenders in each province, some have a much easier route to glory than others. Take Kerry for instance. Every year they play a Munster Championship with five […]

8km to a better you

At the launch of the NUI Galway 8k (l-r): Brian King, Kingfisher Club; Dr Pat Morgan, VP for the Student Experience, NUI Galway; Justin McDermott, Jigsaw Galway; and Emer Kavanagh, Aerogen.

NUI Galway and Kingfisher Fitness Club announce details of annual 8km race in aid of Jigsaw

Hurling heartbreak for Galway as Kilkenny take the Liam McCarthy Cup

Photo via Galway Bay FM

Liam goes to Kilkenny for the 36th time.

Six Nations Preview: Scotland v Ireland

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It’s the final round of matches in this year’s RBS Six Nations and it’s going right to the wire.

Six Nations Preview: Wales v Ireland

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It’s the penultimate round of games in the RBS Six Nations tournament and the headline act is Wales v Ireland. The Irish will be looking to keep their Grand Slam hopes alive as they travel to the Millennium Stadium on Saturday, to face a resurgent Wales. (KO 14:30)