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HURLING: Best of friends, and enemies

IT was the Sunday of the October Bank Holiday Weekend sometime in the early ‘90s — a quick Google fact check and it’s exactly a quarter of a century ago in 1993 — and...

HURLING: ‘Time to hurl like it’s 2013’

AS Saturday comes down the hurling tracks you could say that Clare and Galway are in the same place. The obvious thing is that they’re two teams out to take the next step to reach...

CYCLING: Junior Tour of Ireland – Stage 6 & Overall

South African Rickardo Broxham held off the advances of Magnus Sheffield and his Hot Tubes team to claim overall victory in the Junior Tour of Ireland in Ennis today. Having held the yellow jersey in...

CYCLING: Junior Tour of Ireland – Stage 5

The penultimate stage of the Junior Tour of Ireland saw a big shake up in the general classification today, including a new overall leader. For the second day running, Luke Lamperti (Team Swift) was...

CYCLING: Junior Tour of Ireland – Stage 4

Stage 4 of the Junior Tour of Ireland took the riders along the Wild Atlantic Way and up Corkscrew Hill before finishing in the Ballyvaughan. With average speeds hitting over 43km/h the 127km stage...

CYCLING: Tour of Ireland – Stage 3

On a day that saw previous Junior Tour stage winner, Ireland’s Dan Martin claim stage victory at the Tour de France, it was Dutch rider Ian Spenkelnik (Tempo Veldhoven) who took the honours on...

CYCLING: Junior Tour of Ireland – Stage 2

A strong team display from Hot Tubes (USA) saw Magnus Sheffield retain the race leaders yellow jersey at the end of Stage 2 of the Junior Tour of Ireland from Ennis to Kilkee today. Covering...

CYCLING: Junior Tour of Ireland – Stage 1 Results

First year Junior, Magnus Sheffield of Hot Tubes USA took the win on Stage 1 of the Junior Tour of Ireland on Tuesday evening and will wear the race leader’s yellow jersey as the...

HURLING: O’Connor is out to make his mark

‘We will hurt together and heal together’, Patrick O’Connor’s solemn parting words as he made his way towards the dressing room in Semple Stadium last July after witnessing his Cork counterpart Stephen McDonnell lift...

HURLING: Can Clare rise to the occasion?

THERE can be no doubts.  Any semblance of doubt and it will be over before it starts, where the beginning of the end is the end of the beginning. There can be no doubts because as...

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