Rugby’s Hit & Miss!

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  A massive weekend of European rugby is over. Toulon were definitely a hit whereas Munster and Ulster will want to forget about their matches as soon as possible.

Sporting review of the year – 2014

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2015 is upon us and now that the final whistle has blown on 2014, it’s time to look back on the ups and downs of the sporting year that has been (and yes, you read correctly, I did just use a really bad sport related pun on the year ending.)

Rugby’s Hit & Miss

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Another round of rugby has passed in Europe’s three main domestic leagues. Who was a Hit and who was a Miss? The Hits Top 14 Clubs France has been devastated by the terror attacks on its citizens in recent days. But teams from France’s premier rugby division paid a fitting tribute to all the victims […]

Match Report: Connacht v Munster

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  Connacht 24 Munster 16 Attendance 7745 On a dreadful night, Connacht espoused maturity and real grit to earn their first win over the Reds since 2008.

County Finals Round Up

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John Ivory gives a round up of the county finals.

County Final Round-Up

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With inter county matters done and dusted for another year, the County Championships take centre stage, as teams vie for bragging rights within their own borders. Here Is John Ivory with a roundup of the recent County Finals from around the Country.

Concussion; who calls the shots?

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Thibaut Courtois lays outstretched and lifeless on the Stamford Bridge turf. Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez pats the Belgian with concern after the two collided in the Chelsea penalty area.

Football All-Stars 2014

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Goalkeeper: Paul Durcan – Donegal Durcan had another very impressive year in goals for Donegal.

Hurling All-Stars 2014

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Goalkeeper: Darren Gleeson – Tipperary Gleeson’s puck-outs were a weapon in their own right.

Conor McGregor; Believe the hype!

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Conor McGregor has at last proven his worth against a world-class opponent in the octagon, writes Jack Leahy. The young Irishman’s doubters have been silenced after an explosive victory against the number five-ranked featherweight in the world, Dustin Poirier.