Myles Gallagher: “The more satisfying interviews were the ones I had with the natives”
WITH Aodh Máirtín Ó Fearraigh having to vacate the secretary’s post, having completed the maximum five-year term permitted by GAA rules, all eyes will be on the identity of his successor at next month’s annual county convention.
As Rory McIlroy found out to his cost last weekend, even the top-level sports people can suffer from nerves
Charlie Collins: It’s all systems go from this weekend in the National Football League
THERE is something exciting about watching the Irish rugby team that is difficult to put the finger on, but watching them win, somehow, makes you feel really good – especially when they win in the manner they did at the weekend against Wales.
By Harry Walsh THE ongoing battle for control of the North Donegal airwaves will move into the public arena next spring as the two applicants has been asked to prepare oral presentations for the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland in March. Highland Radio, who have been operating the licence for the past 23 years, are being […]
Ollie Horgan has applied for a got a job that is sure to present him with many challenges in the months and maybe years ahead.
At the time of writing this column it seemed like it would be a question of when rather that if Giovanni Trapattoni would be replaced as manager of the Republic of Ireland soccer team. They had just lost to Austria to end any hopes they had of qualifying for the World Cup finals in Brazil […]