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# Feature

Last year
The 42's Best of 2023: The legend of Dublin's North Star, Stephen Cluxton
Stephen Cluxton’s aversion to publicity and acclaim has only seen his legend grow, writes Arthur James O’Dea.
The 42's Best of 2023: (Irish) Footballers' Lives - a weekend in north-west England
David Sneyd travels to England to spend a weekend with an array of Irish football people, including Stephen Kenny, John O’Shea and Nathan Collins.
'It was outrageous' - 25 years ago Corofin and Ballina met twice in the one weekend
Blood, sweat, tears and care: Inside Peamount United’s league title success
Troubles Legacy Bill: 'It's almost as if the UK is writing itself out of the North's history'
Prof Laura McAtackney
How far will Ireland go? Best pool game? The Rugby World Cup key questions
'She's always been that energetic bunny' - The rugby and soccer star who won an All-Ireland
'She’s such a humble, quiet girl' - The star firing Kerry in bid for All-Ireland glory
Surrogacy: Hannah McCarthy travels to Kenya and finds a growing number of surrogate cases there
Hannah McCarthy
'He was similar to Ronan O'Gara in a way... He had that belief in himself'
In opting not to speak, the legend of Dublin's North Star Cluxton has only grown
Avoid over-the-top reactions to a World Cup that Ireland leave with few regrets
Dublin's Made Men head for the palm trees as they leave this life behind them
The spine of the Dublin crew can squeeze out another All-Ireland win
Dublin the biggest show in Irish sport, Gaelic football the only show in Kerry
Who have been the best players in the 2023 football championship?
Joe Schmidt and the All Blacks recognise the road to redemption
Dublin and Kerry: The making of the chief rivalry in Gaelic football
What happens between now and Ireland naming their final RWC squad?
Opposition guide: What League of Ireland clubs can expect in Europe
'He deserves everything that's coming to him' - Kerry's elder attacking statesman
Who are the front-runners for the 2023 All-Star football awards?
Canada opposition guide: Olympic champs welcome back their creative difference-maker
Farrell wants to experience an All-Ireland final in full, glorious technicolour
'I love West Cork, I love Wexford... I like seeing grass and being out in fresh air'
Letter from Australia: A sight to behold for the 'No one cares' brigade
Limerick stronger than ever, Kilkenny's final pain, Cian Lynch stars once more
'To be a force to be reckoned with' - Rhasidat Adeleke sets out her ambitions as a pro
Ireland announce themselves on world stage... and introduce themselves to many back home
'Just amazing for us to watch' - From Limerick football to genius hurling coach
‘One of the nuns called me in and said: You won’t be playing, that's a boys' game’
Kiely's absence of ego equips Limerick for their date with immortality
'A real Brian Cody player . . . Derek had to graft through it' - the evolution of Lyng
Ireland announce themselves on world stage... and introduce themselves to many back home
Lawlor v Gillane? Casey v Cody? The key potential All-Ireland final match-ups
'One of the more focused 18-year-olds' still driving Cork after four All-Irelands in nine years
'The older crowd have shown great enthusiasm' - Kilkenny's veteran stars still key
Style, grit, all-time greats and some luck: what you need to win four-in-a-row
'There were question marks about this group' - Tipp chasing All-Ireland final breakthrough
From Stuttgart '88 to Sydney '23, the Irish die-hards ready to cheer the Girls in Green