Friday, January 22, 2021
Edward Brady WELL Willie Mullins is on his way to becoming the Champion Trainer once again after having a great run with 16 winners over the Christmas period, including Concertista (above)—winner of the Mares Novice Hurdle at Cheltenham last...
Davy Rispin EVEN in the most extraordinary of years, there are three things still assured in life—death, taxes and Dublin capturing the Sam Maguire. Granted at the start of 2020 not too many people would have predicted they would do...
THE vile anti-Irish and bigoted abuse that was hurled at Celtic players as they arrived at Ibrox Stadium (above) is now the subject of a Police Scotland investigation—although no arrests were made despite the close proximity of officers to...
Davy Rispin THEY say it would not be Christmas without the darts and I think it is fair to say a statement was never more apt than this year. For 16 days during the Festive period, the top arrow-smiths in World...
CELTIC'S defeat at Ibrox was the latest in a series of sabotages carried out by the players and staff of the club in a season which has transformed from an opportunity for iconic achievements into a ritual act of...
SCOTLAND GAA hosted their 2020 County Board Convention online, with big plans being put in place for the coming year and participation from all of Scotland’s clubs as the development in Gaelic games in Scotland continues. Despite a challenging 12...
Mick Kane JUST over a year since he last competed, Conor McGregor (above) makes his UFC return on January 24 on Fight Island in Abu Dhabi. Last year, McGregor steam-rolled through veteran fighter Donald Cerrone winning by a 40 second first...
Ian Dunn 2020 has been a strange year in many ways, and Irish Rugby is no different. For the national team it was always going to be a time of transition, After Joe Schmidt’s departure, Andy Farrell had his work cut...
TÍR Conaill Harps didn’t let Covid-19 restrictions get in the way of their usual end of year activities, with both their AGM and awards ceremonies taking place virtually as they ensured life at the club continues. With officers at the...
THE Gaelic Athletic Association marked the 100th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday massage in Croke Park with a series of commemorative events on an emotional weekend for Gaelic Games. The massacre in 1920 saw British forces firing indiscriminately on a...
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