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Sunday 2 September, 2012

Column: Lingerie football? Our real sporting heroines deserve limelight first

Women’s sport is dismissed as a ‘niche interest’ – and it’ll stay that way until we give it more of the spotlight, writes Niamh O’Mahony.

Saturday 17 March, 2012

Here’s the movers and shakers on the grid in Melbourne this weekend

Who are the early favourites? Which drivers should we back for the title? How do you spell McLaren?

Friday 16 March, 2012

F1 Season Preview: Gentlemen, start your engines… F1

F1 Season Preview: Gentlemen, start your engines…

It’s back, it’s in HD and, as Sky have been telling us, it’s live. Here’s the rundown of those on the grid this Sunday morning in Melbourne.

Sunday 19 February, 2012

Trulli’s F1 exit leaves Italy teetering on the edge of being irrelevant

Caterham’s decision to replace the veteran driver means Italy will be solely represented by Ferrari in 2012, a far cry from their once lofty position in the sport.

Saturday 18 February, 2012

As It Happened: Connacht v Glasgow

The RaboDirect Pro12 action continued in Galway where Connacht played host to fourth-placed Glasgow Warriors…

What’s in a name? Newcastle fan charged over Stadium graffiti

Michael Atkinson faces a court date after painting ‘St James’ on a wall of the renamed Sports Direct Arena.

As It Happened: Dr Crokes v Crossmaglen Rangers

We followed all the action in Portlaoise as Dr. Crokes took on Crossmaglen in the All-Ireland Club Championship semi-final.

Warnock eyes promotion after accepting the Leeds job

The former QPR boss says he and club chairman Ken Bates ‘share’ the same vision of returning the club to the Premier League.

Ooh là là: O’Leary linked with Perpignan, but no final decision yet

A spokesman for the player has told TheScore.ie that no contract – with any club – has yet been signed by the scrum-half.

Sunday 12 February, 2012

Weekend round-up: NFL victories for Cork, Laois

All the details you need to know about Sunday’s GAA action across the country.

6N As It Happened: Wales v Scotland

Wales will be anxious to maintain form after their win over Ireland but they face a Scottish side determined to get off the mark…

Davis Cup: Ireland face relegation play-off after Hungary loss

The team will travel to Egypt in April after losing out 2-1 in Hungary over the weekend.

Dubai victory for Cabrera-Bello as McIlroy’s challenge falters

A poor start to his final round meant that the Northern Irishman was never in proper contention at the Dubai Desert Classic.

Webber brushes off retirement talk as Red Bull gear up for Melbourne

The Australian is focused on having a strong 2012 season amid speculation that his future replacement is already being lined up.

Ray of hope for Tevez, as Mancini says: ‘Let’s talk’.

The Manchester City boss seems prepared to forgive his absent striker in a bid to ensure league glory.

Tiger in the hunt as Harrington falls away in California

The former world number one continues to impress with his new swing as another Major winner drops off the pace.

Saturday 21 January, 2012

As it happened: Five-star Munster win and claim top seeding

Can Munster conjure up one more win? Their form isn’t the best, but you can never write off the Reds…

As it happened: Clermont v Ulster

Ulster have made the final eight of the Heineken Cup already but can they top their pool campaign off with victory?

Counties asked to make written submissions on payments issue

The GAA wants to hear from every county during one of the most contentious debates to face the association in recent years.

As it happened: Leinster v Montpellier

It’s the final weekend of pool action in the Heineken Cup and we’re starting our coverage at the RDS…

‘Balotelli – the Musical’ on its way. No, we’re not joking.

The story of the Italian striker’s life could soon be as big a hit as he’s proving to be with Premier League fans.

HEC monkey banished off our backs, says ecstatic Elwood

The province’s first win in the Heineken Cup led to scenes of massive celebrations in Galway on Friday night.

Friday 6 January, 2012

GAA rows in behind cultural centre being planned for Killarney

An independent company has garnered wide-ranging support for its efforts to build a museum next to the home of Kerry GAA.

Derry City appoint local lad Devine to succeed King Kenny

The Premier Division outfit has chosen Stephen Kenny’s former no. 2 to take charge of first-team matters at the Brandywell.

New Páirc will be second only to Croker, says Cork GAA chairman

The process of rebuilding Páirc Uí Chaoimh is underway after the appointment of a design team to the project this week.

Good news for Ireland as Given nears return, Villa remain Keane on Robbie

Two key Ireland internationals will be hoping to get plenty of game time at Aston Villa over the coming months…

Clijsters hopeful of being fit for the Australian Open despite injury scare

The defending champion was forced to concede her semi-final in Brisbane to Daniela Hantuchova, while there are also concerns for Roger Federer.

‘I’m here to help.’ Henry signs loan deal and prepares for life on the bench

Thierry Henry is delighted to be back at Arsenal after signing a two-month loan deal but has played down the impact he might have.

Sunday 1 January, 2012

Get your passport out: 6 trips to take in 2012

Holidays are what we long for 11 months of the year so why not incorporate a getaway with a top sporting event? Here are our suggestions for 2012.

Saturday 31 December, 2011

F1 Report Card: Invincible Vettel streets ahead of the chasing pack

Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull set the world alight as Formula 1 remembers one of its fallen heroes…

FA publishes the written reasons behind Suarez’s eight-game ban

Liverpool and the Football Association have two weeks to decide whether or not they will appeal the Independent Regulatory Commission’s decision.

Djokovic claims Abu Dhabi crown, Murray joins up with Lendl

Andy Murray has hired Ivan Lendl in an attempt to capture his first Grand Slam crown, but Novak Djokovic is still the man to beat.

Life after Fenlon: Bohs appoint Callaghan as their new manager

Bohemians continue their preparations for 2012 with the appointment of Aaron Callaghan as their new first-team boss.

Andre Ward came of age in 2011, though he wasn’t the only one to have a good year…

It was another busy and often dramatic year for boxing in 2011. Gavin Grace takes a look back over the finest action and reveals his top picks.

‘If he was my son, I’d give him a kick up the a**.’ What has Mario done now?

Mario Balotelli story number 683: The Italian incurs the rather amused wrath of his manager after refusing to give up smoking…

Clarke, McIlroy ‘proud’ and ‘humble’ after being named on New Year Honour list

The Northern Irish golfers were recognised for their services to golf in 2011 as both picked up their maiden Major wins.

Thursday 29 December, 2011

The sporting year in review: July

First-time Major winner Darren Clarke created some of the biggest headlines in July but he certainly wasn’t the only talking point.

Tuesday 27 December, 2011

Nicholls delighted with Kauto, concerned for injured Master Minded

Kauto Star is in the form of his life, according to his trainer; however, stable-mate Master Minded may never race again after picking up a tendon injury.

As It Happened: Swansea City v QPR

It’s the battle of the Premier League new boys at the Liberty Stadium this evening as Swansea City take on Neil Warnock’s QPR…

Premier League round-up: Arsenal held by Wolves, Spurs win again

The frantic Christmas fixture list continued on Tuesday with six Premier League clubs in action, all battling for vital league points.

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