Cody and Gavin on the way to Carlow

  TWO of the most successful and renowned managers in the history of the GAA, Kilkenny’s Brian Cody and Dublin’s Jim Gavin, are coming to Carlow on Easter Saturday 15 April as part of a top-quality coaching conference which is...

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The Forum: Aggression and precision at Ireland’s call

AT the end of Saturday’s game at the Aviva Stadium, Johnny Sexton was skipping around with young Luke McGrath like they were a pair of kids giddy with excitement after having beaten England in the final game of this year’s Six...

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Finn turns his focus to Japan

FINN Lynch is eight years old and he’s sitting quietly at the back of a group of teenagers, but it’s...

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The Forum: Irish train derails before it ever leaves the station

AND just like that, Scotland took a pin to the Irish rugby team’s ambitions which had been inflated by those...

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The Forum: Sporting hopes and dreams for 2017

OK, so it’s still early January. The slate of despair and crushed dreams should have been wiped clean over the...

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The Forum: Heffernan is still walking tall

By John Foley ROB Heffernan clearly knows his audience. He visited Carlow Educate Together School last week for a chat...

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Quirke shows her killer instinct

Brennan gets the most from his team

Kenny a real lynchpin in camogie story