Both Catholic Institute and Cork Harlequins will be without key figures for their big EY Hockey League showdown at Rosbrien tomorrow (12pm).
Simon Zebo and Donnacha Ryan will remain central to Racing 92’s bid to strengthen their grip on Pool 4 when they start for the Parisians at home to Ospreys tonight.
There was certainly no WH Auden moment in New Zealand when it was announced that Ian Foster would be the new All Blacks head coach.
There’s a lot to be said about the autobiography of Eoin Larkin, the Kilkenny hurler.
The Alliance Party was hopeful of defeating the DUP candidate in North Down.
It was bad enough for Eoin Hand to observe his former employer deep in trouble last week but to see his former club sink beyond rescue this week was especially heartbreaking.
Being a strong advocate of Scott Robertson to replace Steve Hansen as All Blacks coach does not mean Ian Foster is not the right fit in my eyes.
Dessie Farrell has been handed the reins of Dublin senior football after they were given back by Jim Gavin last Saturday week.
Delegates to the Clare GAA Convention have given their unanimous support to long-standing secretary Pat Fitzgerald after it was revealed that the war between the top table of the county board and alleged online trolls is now the subject of a Garda investigation.
There was another night to remember at the end of a remarkable year as the Irish Golf Writers’ Association crowned Open champion Shane Lowry its Professional Player of the Year at its annual Allianz-sponsored awards.
This is the year that the powerful farming lobby became considerably more fragmented, resulting in the very fractious picketing of meat factories; the intimidation of Bord Bia personnel at the annual ploughing championships; and the picketing of retail distribution centres.
Men born small for gestational age were found to have a 55% increased risk of infertility compared to those born within the normal weight range.
The trailer for the film musical baffled fans.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell was visibly shocked by the predicted figures.
The SNP would continue to be the third largest party in the Commons, with 55 MPs, the poll predicted.