A look forward to Cheltenham 2015

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In exactly a month the ‘Cheltenham roar’ will combine with sound of bookies licking their lips in anticipation as horses set of for the supreme novices hurdle at 1.30 on Tuesday the 10th of March.

Title challengers show ambition in January transfer window


Eleven bells rang on Monday February 2 and it marked the end of a pretty uneventful January transfer window writes Kieran Kilkelly.

Djokovic and Williams are Victorious Down Under

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The Australian Open concluded on Sunday as world number one Novak Djokovic strode to an impressive victory over Scotsman Andy Murray.

Ireland’s Cricket World Cup Chances


Almost eight years after our debut in Jamaica and four years after our famous victory over England in Bangladesh, Ireland are back in the Cricket World Cup.

Six Nations Preview 2015

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This year’s Six Nations is a vital exercise in finalising an Irish squad capable of challenging for the World Cup later this year. As such many people expect Ireland to win it.

Preview: DR Congo v Ivory Coast


We’re down to the last four in the African Cup of Nations but it is not without surprises.

The Man, The Myth, The Legend


  Brian O’Driscoll is the epitome of what it means to be a sporting hero.

Top Five Lucky Goals


  Recently we witnessed incredible luck at the hands (feet?) of Demba Ba. Ba receives a pass and dribbles forward a few paces before shooting, slipping and falling in the act.

The NBA season so far


Anyone with a passing interest in sports knows who LeBron James is and will probably remember last summer, when the four time MVP decided to return home to his home state and play for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

‘The Philosophy’: Louis van Gaal


One word has quickly come to define Louis van Gaal’s brief tenure at Manchester United: ‘philosophy.’