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# editors-picks - Saturday 3 December, 2016

From The42 Planet Earth references and Ken Early's underwear: Second Captains 750 podcasts on The Gang's All Here

Planet Earth references and Ken Early's underwear: Second Captains 750 podcasts on

We chat to presenter of the hugely-popular sports show, Eoin McDevitt, ahead of its latest milestone.

# editors-picks - Friday 2 December, 2016

From The42 Kids at a Cork school received a visit from John Kavanagh and the UFC lightweight belt Homework Off This post contains videos

Kids at a Cork school received a visit from John Kavanagh and the UFC lightweight belt

Conor McGregor’s coach put smiles on a lot of young faces on Leeside this morning.

# editors-picks - Monday 28 November, 2016

From The42 The42 Rugby Show: Where do Ireland stand ahead of the Six Nations after a successful November? Analysis

The42 Rugby Show: Where do Ireland stand ahead of the Six Nations after a successful November?

The win over Australia rounded off a memorable month for Joe Schmidt’s side.

# editors-picks - Sunday 27 November, 2016

From The42 'If people know that you’re a footballer, they’re not going to want to employ you’ Interview This post contains videos

'If people know that you’re a footballer, they’re not going to want to employ you’

Ryan Coulter and James Chambers chat to The42 about the harsh realities many League of Ireland footballers face in the off-season.

From The42 'I won the fight and didn't get the recognition but that's the way boxing is going. It's sickening' Bittersweet Victory

'I won the fight and didn't get the recognition but that's the way boxing is going. It's sickening'

Christina Desmond knows she should have won more than European bronze in Sofia last week but isn’t letting a contentious judge’s decision deter her ambitions of reaching the top.

From The42 'It really was a magical time in Serie A' - We look back at Football Italia with the show's star Nostalgia

'It really was a magical time in Serie A' - We look back at Football Italia with the show's star

We spoke to James Richardson about his ten years in Italy and an upcoming event in Dublin.

From The42 Cubs to impact subs: It's The42's big November Tests awards bash Suit Up This post contains videos

Cubs to impact subs: It's The42's big November Tests awards bash

We’re dishing out the awards that matter after a long, hard month of rugby.

# editors-picks - Friday 25 November, 2016

From The42 'I always felt sorry for the fans. They would never realise what is going on behind the scenes' Back In The Game

'I always felt sorry for the fans. They would never realise what is going on behind the scenes'

Former Ipswich goalkeeper Shane Supple discusses why he is back in football with Bohemians after quitting the game in 2009.

From The42 'I’ve taken rugby in a completely different way because of Axel’s death' Priorities

'I’ve taken rugby in a completely different way because of Axel’s death'

Keith Earls felt like he was cheated of the chance to pay tribute to Anthony Foley against Glasgow.

# editors-picks - Monday 21 November, 2016

From The42 The curious case of the two Bundesliga teams that are making everyone take notice Headline Makers

The curious case of the two Bundesliga teams that are making everyone take notice

RB Leipzig are out in front while Hoffenheim are also doing very well but why are both getting the headlines?

# editors-picks - Sunday 20 November, 2016

From The42 The untold story of Connacht's journey from Cinderella province to Pro12 champions Brought To Book This post contains videos

The untold story of Connacht's journey from Cinderella province to Pro12 champions

Gerry Thornley’s new book goes behind the scenes on an unforgettable adventure.

From The42 Ballyea dream, Hogan and Comerford still lead O'Loughlins — Club GAA talking points Comment

Ballyea dream, Hogan and Comerford still lead O'Loughlins — Club GAA talking points

We also discuss Tony Kelly’s outstanding five-point display, plus Oulart The Ballagh’s latest Leinster exit.

From The42 'I had the s**t pummelled out of me and I was forced into retirement but it's good to be back' Back In The Saddle

'I had the s**t pummelled out of me and I was forced into retirement but it's good to be back'

Seven months after walking away from professional cycling, Martyn Irvine is back and ready to seize his second chance.

# editors-picks - Saturday 19 November, 2016

From The42 'It was 3 in the morning, I went back to the training ground and he was in his office watching a game' Stack Exchange

'It was 3 in the morning, I went back to the training ground and he was in his office watching a game'

Former Irish underage international Graham Stack discusses his ex-coach Arsene Wenger, his current role in India and the unique experience of playing under Edgar Davids at Barnet.

From The42 Multi-talented Irish rugby star Lindsay Peat is exactly where she's meant to be New Beginnings

Multi-talented Irish rugby star Lindsay Peat is exactly where she's meant to be

Lindsay Peat’s life has changed both on and off the rugby pitch.

From The42 Analysis: Tiny details make a massive difference against the All Blacks Defence

Analysis: Tiny details make a massive difference against the All Blacks

Ireland are eager to improve their defensive performance against the All Blacks.

# editors-picks - Tuesday 15 November, 2016

From The42 Analysis: Tricky Titans show why you should always expect the unexpected Xs And Os

Analysis: Tricky Titans show why you should always expect the unexpected

Here’s how running back Demarco Murray threw a touchdown pass on Sunday.

# editors-picks - Monday 14 November, 2016

From The42 Analysis: Debutant Ringrose gives Ireland a bright glimpse of the future Promise

Analysis: Debutant Ringrose gives Ireland a bright glimpse of the future

The 21-year-old had many excellent moments as he won his first Test cap.

From The42 The Redzone: Nobody wants an AFC South team in the playoffs so the NFL needs to change Column

The Redzone: Nobody wants an AFC South team in the playoffs so the NFL needs to change

Is it time for the NFL to change their postseason model?

# editors-picks - Saturday 12 November, 2016

From The42 'Our rugby team have spurred us on to make it another memorable night for Ireland' Inside Track

'Our rugby team have spurred us on to make it another memorable night for Ireland'

John Kavanagh delivers his pre-fight thoughts from New York ahead of Conor McGregor’s bid for history.

From The42 Letter from Vienna: A footballing great, the Ireland curse and Harry's Challenge History Lesson

Letter from Vienna: A footballing great, the Ireland curse and Harry's Challenge

Ben Blake has learned all about the man Austria’s Ernst-Happel Stadium is named after on the latest away trip.

From The42 Having a fitness goal is great but taking the first step is the most difficult part The First Step

Having a fitness goal is great but taking the first step is the most difficult part

Irish fitness expert Pat Divilly says that keeping your focus small is key.

From The42 Analysis: The key man Ireland need to stop from playing today Star This post contains videos

Analysis: The key man Ireland need to stop from playing today

Bayern Munich player David Alaba will be comfortably the biggest star on the pitch this evening.

From The42 McGregor's precision and power can plant seeds of history in the Garden Preview

McGregor's precision and power can plant seeds of history in the Garden

Conor McGregor aims to achieve the unprecedented at the expense of Eddie Alvarez tonight in New York.

# editors-picks - Wednesday 9 November, 2016

From The42 Goodnight, Vienna: How Austria cost Ireland Euro ’96 qualification Jackie's Army

Goodnight, Vienna: How Austria cost Ireland Euro ’96 qualification

Back in 1995, Ireland looked in great shape to qualify automatically for Euro ’96. But then, successive defeats to Austria put paid to those hopes.

From The42 Analysis: How did Ireland finally beat the All Blacks? History Makers

Analysis: How did Ireland finally beat the All Blacks?

The maul and lineout were vital facets of the game in Soldier Field.

# editors-picks - Monday 7 November, 2016

From The42 Owen Roddy never reached the summit but he carved a path for others who did Original

Owen Roddy never reached the summit but he carved a path for others who did

Conor McGregor’s striking coach narrowly missed out on the big payday he spent years pursuing as a fighter.

# editors-picks - Saturday 5 November, 2016

From The42 The42 Rugby Show from Chicago: how Ireland can make history today November Tests

The42 Rugby Show from Chicago: how Ireland can make history today

Murray Kinsella was joined by Eddie O’Sullivan ahead of the clash with the All Blacks.

# editors-picks - Tuesday 1 November, 2016

From The42 Analysis: How the Falcons dialed up the perfect play to beat the Packers at the death Xs And Os

Analysis: How the Falcons dialed up the perfect play to beat the Packers at the death

Kyle Shanahan can take a lot of credit for exploiting the Green Bay defence on the game-winning play.

# editors-picks - Monday 31 October, 2016

From The42 From red heads to blue heads: Gazing into the All Blacks' mental skills Facing History

From red heads to blue heads: Gazing into the All Blacks' mental skills

‘The skill is to recognise when your attention is diverted and to develop your own strategy to move your attention back.’

# editors-picks - Sunday 30 October, 2016

From The42 From the Waterford Gaeltacht to the Camp Nou: the story of TnaG's iconic 'Olé, Olé' TG4 At 20

From the Waterford Gaeltacht to the Camp Nou: the story of TnaG's iconic 'Olé, Olé'

As the Irish-language broadcaster celebrates its 20th birthday, we look back at their weekly Spanish football show.

# editors-picks - Saturday 29 October, 2016

From The42 Paramedics, full-body cramps and regrets: Don't make a mess of your first marathon like I did Rookie Errors

Paramedics, full-body cramps and regrets: Don't make a mess of your first marathon like I did

Common pitfalls of novice runners are well known but still catch many out every year.

From The42 The Irishman who took on Eddie Alvarez long before the rise of Conor McGregor Interview

The Irishman who took on Eddie Alvarez long before the rise of Conor McGregor

He hung his gloves up in 2013 but Greg Loughran was a trailblazer for mixed martial arts in Ireland.

'I've been imagining my dad at the finish line, ready to swaddle me in a tricolour'

Before telling everyone, you need to be very honest with yourself about why you’re doing a marathon, writes Sarah Geraghty ahead of Sunday’s 26.2 mile run across Dublin city.

# editors-picks - Saturday 22 October, 2016

From The42 'It was proper turmoil. Every day you'd walk in and think, 'What's next?'' The Damned United

'It was proper turmoil. Every day you'd walk in and think, 'What's next?''

It’s a little over 15 years since a glorious homegrown Leeds United reached the Champions League semi-finals and Stephen McPhail, who retired today, was a part of it.

From The42 From winning trophies at Wembley and Old Trafford to League of Ireland coaching at 31 Play-off

From winning trophies at Wembley and Old Trafford to League of Ireland coaching at 31

Darren Murphy has helped Stephen Henderson to bring Cobh Ramblers to the brink of the Premier Division.

# editors-picks - Sunday 16 October, 2016

From The42 Did Ireland actually play good football before the Jack Charlton era? Analysis

Did Ireland actually play good football before the Jack Charlton era?

There has been much debate about Irish football’s DNA in recent weeks.

# editors-picks - Monday 10 October, 2016

From The42 Analysis: Connacht's attack fires with off-the-ball work rate Variety

Analysis: Connacht's attack fires with off-the-ball work rate

Pat Lam’s men have won two in a row in the Guinness Pro12.

# editors-picks - Sunday 9 October, 2016

From The42 Harry Arter saga an example of Twitter and Irish fans at their worst Opinion

Harry Arter saga an example of Twitter and Irish fans at their worst

False rumours emerged during the week that the Ireland midfielder was considering switching his allegiance to England.

# editors-picks - Sunday 2 October, 2016

From The42 Facing reality after Rio: Natalya Coyle riding the crest of the Olympic wave Interview

Facing reality after Rio: Natalya Coyle riding the crest of the Olympic wave

Six weeks after the performance of her life, the modern pentathlete is still on cloud nine as she has seen her profile elevated to new levels.

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