After their tour de force preview for the hurling decider two weekends ago, RTÉ have come up with the goods again for tomorrow’s football final.
Granted, the hurling video, with Lily Allen singing ‘Somewhere Only We Know’, may have been more awe-inspiring. Yet, U2 and ‘The Miracle of Joey Ramone’ help set the scene for the Donegal-Kerry clas [..]
St Gall’s of Antrim claimed their sixth All-Ireland Sevens title at Glenalbyn this evening.
This is the fourth time in seven years the highly successful club have won the FBD Kilmacud Crokes events, after triumphing in 2012 and losing out to Corofin of Galway in last year’s decider.
The 2010 All-Ireland club champions defeated Down side Bryan [..]
The Armagh SFC quarter-final between Crossmaglen Rangers and Dromintee last night entered the realms of ridiculousness as Dromintee fielded three men wearing jeans!
A number of the Dromintee players were unable to play because of a wedding which was taking place. Dromintee had made a request to the Armagh County Board to have the tie reschedu [..]
Dublin All-Ireland winning defender Jonny Cooper took to Twitter to thank everyone who wished him well after he was stabbed in Dublin city last night.
The 24 year old was attacked Lower Dorset Street in the early hours of this morning following a night out. It is believed that Cooper received wounds to the neck and face.
He was rushed to the [..]
Donegal manager Jim McGuinness has made two alterations from the side that beat Dublin three weeks ago for tomorrow’s All-Ireland final.
Veteran Christy Toye and Kilcar’s Paddy McBrearty come into the side ahead of Rory Kavanagh and David Walsh in the forwards. Both Toye and McBrearty were hugely impressive off the bench against the Dubs.
On Wednesday, we brought you the footage of Davy Fitzgerald rolling on the floor with uncontrollable convulsions of laughter – and now we bring you the reason why!
During filming for the new series of ‘Ireland’s Fittest Family’ which airs on RTÉ on Sunday evening, Davy challenged Irish Olympic boxing silver medallist Kenny Egan and the show’s p [..]
Donegal vs Kerry, All-Ireland Football Final, Croke Park, September 2014 3.30 pm. (Live on RTÉ and Sky Sports)
After months of speculation, discussion and ‘expert’ analysis, it is Donegal who face Kerry in this year’s football decider at headquarters.
This is an unexpected pairing as many were touting Dublin to dominate for a number of [..]
When he was 13, Colm Cooper dreamed of playing with his club Dr Crokes alongside his brothers more than anything else.
In this Dr Crokes publication from 1996, a young Gooch writes fluently, praising his coaches and parents for helping him learn the skills of Gaelic football.
He was mascot for the club when they won the 1992 All-Ireland club [..]