Ireland produces its own players, French clubs are buying in talent. The odds are stacked against Leinster
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Diarmaid Murphy, commercial and sponsorship manager, GAA and Croke Park
By some industry estimates, around 140,000 adult tourists crushed their way into Dublin last Tuesday, looking to entangle themselves with anything Irish – be it as ludicrous as leprechauns or obvious as Guinness. That same day, a 20-minute walk away,
JP Montgomery marketing and sponsorship manager, Basketball Ireland
Ewan MacKenna: Relentless maverick Van Gaal is the right person for United – despite all the ‘wrong’ narratives
In a dimly lit room at the Carrington training ground early in the season, Louis van Gaal sat across from Gary Neville for an interview with the Daily Telegraph newspaper and was everything you’d expect. Intimidating, like the manager who angrily dro
Returning stars may dispel apathy among football fans, but for how long, wonders John Fallon
The stakes have never been so high in the battle to become the next Cian Healy or Luke Fitzgerald.
Brian Kavanagh, chief executive of Horse Racing Ireland.
Ahead of this week’s meeting at Cheltenham, Hayley O’Connor delivers a breakdown of the betting on National Hunt racing’s premier festival.
Just a couple of years ago, a friend of mine would pass many an evening by getting online and throwing down money so as to make whatever sport was on TV more interesting. He was a suit-and-tie type guy – well-paid job, nice apartment, and generally g