It is Leinster's success, and the political weight that comes with it, that has put them in an increasingly visible conflict with their paymasters in the IRFU
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The doughty Scandinavians have proved that even the smallest teams can thrive in big tournaments: minnows like Leitrim must follow their example
A week ahead of Mondello Park’s 50th anniversary, John Reynolds speaks to its owner, property tycoon and former racing driver Martin Birrane, about the legendary track’s future
The sign of a good manager or trainer is that they back their people to the hilt, especially after a bad blunder
As Willie Mullins strives to overtake Gordon Elliott at this week’s festival, can he draw inspiration from - of all people - Stalin?
One recovering addict shares his story of hope in the face of a national epidemic, but an apathetic government and avaricious bookmakers are hardly helping the situation
Beautiful and brutal, the sport of heroes takes a stick to Gaelic football in terms of betting prospects
The progeny of Galileo is available at a highly tempting 25/1 to prevail in September’s race
Champion trainer Willie Mullins has never won the Irish Grand National. Is that about to change?