Ewan MacKenna: We made a sport of the Oscar Pistorius trial, and as the Blade Runner fell to earth, we forgot about his victim.
Ewan MacKenna: They’ve had a good run, but RTE’s trio of ageing pundits are increasingly out of touch with football as it is played today
Business of Sport: The first down to greet you at reception was always John Giles.
Business of sport: Many of the windows of the tightly-packed, redbrick terraced houses are covered in Union Jacks.
Ewan MacKenna: Carl Frampton, Belfast’s latest world champion, comes from a boxing milieu where only ability, not religion, matters
It’s easy to criticise – but it’s easier still when there’s so much to criticise.
Ewan MacKenna: We all know that numbers make a difference in a sport with no transfers
Ewan MacKenna: The best Mayo side of the last 60 years deserve credit, not taunts, even without the ultimate victory
There's something a bit off about being a sports fan.
Business of sport: Let's drop the cheesy our girls' rhetoric: women's sport will simply never be as good as men's
Let’s drop the cheesy ‘our girls’ rhetoric: women’s sport will simply never be as good as men’s.
Everyone has their own memory of what it once was.