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GOLFER Shane Lowry has been named RTÉ `Sportsperson of the Year' following his first major title win in the 148th Open at Royal Portrush.
Round one As expected, a low key opener and barely a punch landed in anger as the auld enemies feel each other out for the first two-and-a-half minutes.
MICHAEL Murphy was the “single biggest issue” Roscommon faced during Kevin McStay’s three years at the helm and feels the Donegal ace was the closest thing to a “one-man team” he’s seen in Gaelic football.
SAINT Patrick's Day back at the Garden will be “screaming” at Michael Conlan after his Christmas break said delighted coach Adam Booth after watching his man break down Vladimir Nikitin at the New York boxing Mecca on Saturday night.
KEVIN McStay believes the GAA’s tier two Championship could hit the hard shoulder very quickly on the basis that so many of the competing counties voted against the controversial proposal at last October’s Special Congress.
Revenge was sweet but there's sweeter to come as Michael Conlan settles old score against Vladimir Nikitin at the Garden
REVENGE was sweet but a world title shot will be much sweeter for Michael Conlan who left the past behind him with an emphatic points win over Vladimir Nikitin at Madison Square Garden on Saturday night.
“Cathal Cregg and I had a shorter discussion, as he basically told me that he didn’t rate me and that there was no big decision to be made between studying for his doctorate and playing football for a team I managed.
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IT was an agricultural hoof up the field from left-back Adam Drury that turned defence into attack, with danger still present even after Gary Doherty’s shot had spun off Roy Keane towards the corner of the box.
Dankse Bank Irish Premiership: Glentoran v Crusaders (today, The Oval, 3pm) CRUSADERS goalkeeper Sean O'Neill says it's high time an Irish League players' body was formed in order to provide a range of support services for its members following the sudden death of Carrick Rangers player Jerry Thompson.
New Dublin GAA Chairman Michael Seavers expects little change in the backroom team, as Dessie Farrell aims to build on the legacy set by five-in-a-row All-Ireland winning manager Jim Gavin.
BOSS Ronan Sheehan feels Down are “in a better place” heading into 2020, despite the loss of key forward Daithi Sands as well as coach Diarmuid O’Sullivan.
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