Rob Kearney head in a ruck
The Ireland Women kept their hopes of retaining the Six Nations title alive with a comprehensive 39-0 win over Italy in the first ever Women's international to be played at the Aviva Stadium.
So it was "Ciao, BOD", yesterday – the ending of an era, a golden age, as he played his last home game for Ireland against Italy.
Irish fighter Neil Seery lost to Brad Pickett on unanimous decision
Armagh boosted their chances of promotion from Division 2 of the Allianz Football League after high-scoring victory over Laois in the Athletic Grounds.
Look at Rob there. Big happy head on him in the middle of his homemade fort of Italians. http://youtu.be/tEf9ItvMOrY
Brian O'Driscoll will travel to Paris later this week for his last act in an Irish jersey looking to end a glittering career in the best possible way.
On Saturday in Stade de France, Brian O'Driscoll brings down the curtain on a Test career that first grabbed the world's attention on the same stage in 2000.
This was a script with just two pages on it. Page one was about beating Italy with enough to spare as to make points difference a very tall order for those chasing Ireland to the Champi
Nigel Owens asked Jonny Sexton to "give us a smile"
Arsenal are into the FA Cup semi-finals after two late strikes from Olivier Giroud sealed a 4-1 win for the Gunners over Everton at the Emirates.
All that stuff about Ireland winning games for Brian O'Driscoll was a bit weird, wasn't it?
In the build-up to any England-Wales encounter a touch of hysteria is never far away.
Opening-half tries from Claire Molloy and Lynne Cantwell provided the platform for the Irish Women in the Aviva Stadium, as the Grand Slam champions kept their RBS Women's Six Nations C
France had gone some way to replicating their dismal performance in Cardiff two weeks before, but victory at the very end keeps them in contention for the title.
FEW would have envied Brian Cuthbert's task when he took over the Cork football team. And when his side went in level with Westmeath at half-time having laboured heavily during the open
Having suffered the oddity of defeat a week earlier, Dublin recovered and regained their familiar winning groove at Croke Park last night with a familiar birching of Kildare.
With the Emirates Stadium bathed in spring sunshine, the jubilant celebrations at the final whistle shed light on just how important this FA Cup quarter-final win was to Arsenal.
SOMETIMES a book is published and a fleeting revelation attracts a disproportionate level of attention. We have seen this countless times. A public talk is no less susceptible as Davy F
How will out greatest ever rugby star be remembered? RTE fast-forward 40 years into the future to take a look
The argument that Davy Fitzgerald should either name names or withdraw his allegation that certain Clare players of the mid-2000s dabbled in recreational drugs is surely fatuous beyond
Ireland can face down history and sweep to RBS 6 Nations title glory in Paris next weekend, according to Brian O'Driscoll.
Chelsea's title pursuit has taken on a relentless feel, their lead at the top now seven points from a pack distracted by domestic cup competition and increasingly, perhaps perilously, p
HE HAS scored a point at Croke Park for his county but now the goal for Jack Grealish is to be a success in a different code with club and country.
Not long after the game yesterday, in the media centre below the West Stand, Brian O'Driscoll was going through the last one of these gigs he'll have to endure – at least after a home i
Having accomplished a memorable treble last season, setting a new challenge for Bayern Munich seemed a little churlish. But the Germans have been in such imperious form they have manage
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Samuel Eto'o came of age and substitute Demba Ba scored twice as Jose Mourinho's Chelsea beat Tottenham 4-0 to move seven points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League.
Fan picks up Like Donald's ball
Talk to Joe, Simon. Pick up the phone and ask him why you are not involved at the Aviva Stadium this afternoon. Write down the things you need to work on and the skills you need to deve
Paul O'Connell pulls out the Greco-Roman wrestling moves during Ireland vs Italy
Sligo Rovers had to come from behind to beat Athlone Town 2-1 in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division on Saturday night.