Thousands turn out for Galway v Mayo
Denis Hurley
Last Saturday's Division 1 clash between Galway and Mayo drew 14,00 fans, but interest seems to dwindle the longer the Allianz Football League goes on. Denis Hurley writes.
25 January 2023 Sport
Another fine mess for Watty Grahams
Appeals have become a bad habit of modern GAA, so the decision by Watty Grahams GAC not to appeal after Kilmacud Crokes fielded 16 men is a welcome change writes Denis Hurley
18 January 2023 Sport
Rowntree makes the right calls
The quality of a manager is judged b the decisions they make. Denis Hurley looks at whether Graham Rowntree made the right call for Munster's clash against the Northampton Saints on Saturday
Ben Healy is Edinburgh bound
The endless transfer talk that plagues soccer fans every January looks to have filtered through to rugby, with Ben Healy's impending move to Edinburgh. Denis Hurley writes.
11 January 2023 Sport
Cherishing the quiet moments in sport
While the the major finals and competitions grab the spotlight, the more quiet moments can tell us a lot about sport, writes Denis Hurley.
4 January 2023 Sport
Sport preview 2023: Kingdom to fall, hurling intrigue and football fears
From the All-Irelands to the Euros qualification and the Irish women’s world cup campaign, there’s plenty to look forward to in 2023.
28 December 2022 Sport
Sport review 2022: a little bit of history repeating
Shannonsiders silence doubters as Kingdom comes, Royals rule and Ireland top the world.
21 December 2022 Sport
Kicking off the European Champions Cup
With three South African teams now in the European Rugby Champions Cup, Denis Hurley weighs up the chances of an inter-provincial final.
7 December 2022 Sport
Sinéad Goldrick writes her name in history books
Sinéad Goldrick has become the first woman to win both an All-Ireland and an Australian Football League title.
30 November 2022 Sport
A wealth of talent to choose from
Ross Byrne was the fifth choice to play out half for Ireland in Saturday's clash against Australia, but his performance is proof that Ireland has a wealth of talent to choose from, writes Denis Hurley
23 November 2022 Sport
Australia drop to eighth as Ireland on top of the world
Australia are desperately in need of a morale-boosting win against Ireland in the Autumn Nations Series. Denis Hurley thinks that there's no good reason Ireland can't keep up their winning streak.
16 November 2022 Sport
Ireland spring into action against Boks
Ireland's win against South Africa last weekend was a sign of a team on good form, but can they keep it going for the World Cup?
9 November 2022 Sport