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The remarkable rise of multicultural Belgium GAA to an All-Ireland quarter-final
Marla Candon tells the team’s story as all roads lead to Maastricht in Holland for tomorrow’s showdown against Monaghan side Castleblaney.
'Nothing but good things to say' - praise for Liverpool's Irish trio after title success
Lovely words for Niamh Fahey, Leanne Kiernan and Megan Campbell in Matt Beard’s guide to his squad.
'It's quite windy in Galway as well' - Maloney Westgaard finishes 29th amid challenging conditions
The 26-year-old had targeted a top-30 finish and consequently was satisfied with his performance
All time
'The best journey of my life' - Ireland's midfield maestro hits 100 NWSL appearances
A milestone for Denise O’Sullivan amidst a difficult few days at North Carolina Courage.
'As honest as the day is long' - CJ Stander set to hit 50-cap mark
The 30-year-old has been a key man since his Test debut back in 2016.
Mo Farah breaks one hour run world record
The 37-year-old was around 10 metres behind record pace at the halfway stage but gradually increased the tempo.
An Irishwoman will be one of the officials in charge of this Sunday's World Cup final
Michelle O’Neill will be an assistant referee for the match between USA and Netherlands.
'It's a credit to the players' - Ireland book European Championship spot for third time in four years
Goals from Troy Parrott and Sean Brennan made sure of Ireland’s spot at the European U17 Championships to be held in England at the start of May.
'He has that Paul O'Connell DNA in him, being a Munster man'
Cork man Peter O’Mahony will lead the Lions out for the first Test against the All Blacks.
More success for Ireland at World Rowing Cup as O'Donovans claim silver
Earlier, Sanita Puspure was victorious in the Women’s Single Sculls B final.
Brilliant news for Ireland's Natalya Coyle as she receives Olympics boost
The modern pentathlete has retrospectively been awarded a sixth-place finish at the Rio Games.
The Scottish Invincibles! Unstoppable Celtic go through season unbeaten
Second-half goals by Leigh Griffiths and Stuart Armstrong ensured they didn’t slip up on the last day.
6 brilliant Irish people who overcame the odds
Prepare to be wowed.
Northern Ireland make history with win over Slovenia
Meanwhile, there was disappointment for Wales against Ukraine tonight.
An Irishman has just shattered the course record in 'Britain's most brutal race'
Eoin Keith took 15 hours off the previous best when he crossed the line this morning.
Killarney man Paul Nagle on his hopes of becoming world champ alongside Kris Meeke down the road
The pair have signed a three-year deal with Citreon.
Roma's Daniele de Rossi celebrated an incredible milestone in the best possible way today
The combative midfielder made his 500th appearance for the Italian side this evening.
Where does today's West Indies win rank in Ireland's greatest World Cup victories?
The Boys in Green cemented their reputation as giant-killers earlier.
17-year-old Irish snowboarder earns top-10 finish in Slopestyle World Championships final
The teenager previously competed at Sochi for Ireland.
Student with Down syndrome, Eleanor Murray, celebrates 93% Leaving Cert Applied result
She’s now looking forward to starting a third level course next month.
Interview: The man who made football history with the Ireland under-19 women this summer
Dave Connell and his side reached the semi-finals of the European Championships recently.
Irish hockey team claim historic victory over England
It is the side’s first win over their neighbours since 2002 and first win on home soil since 1949.
Irish driver Craig Breen to make World Rally Championship debut
The 23-year-old will drive a Ford Fiesta in Rally Sweden next month.
Extract: '8,848 metres and I’m sitting on the summit of the world’
Twenty years ago this week, Dawson Stelfox became the first Irish person to reach the summit of Mount Everest. This extract from Everest Calling: The Irish Journey, chronicles the last leg of this challenging expedition.
Silver Cup for history-maker Guan at Masters
The Chinese golfer his final round in the company of 55-year old Scot Sandy Lyle.
Olympic gold medallist Rudisha visits DCU as Irish missionary is honoured
The Kenyan legend was in Dublin to attend an event for his mentor Brother Colm O’Connell.
Column: 'I never thought I'd get on a plane alone'
After years of being terrified of flying, Sarah-Jane Goff took a training course to deal with her fear. She writes about how she ended up crossing the Atlantic.