Leinster league leaders should prove too strong for Belfast Harlequins

Jockey Brian Hughes celebrates onboard Katie T after winning the BoyleSports Hurdle. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Foxrock sent Walsh into the clouds as Henry brought va-va-voom to Sky

Hermes haven’t tasted defeat since their first their first league game of the season and  they now  look to extend their unbeaten run to 12 games when they take on Old Alexandra at Milltown. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Second-placed Railway Union are host to bottom of league club North Kildare

Ann Marie McGlynn (left) with the bronze medal-winning Ireland team at the European Cross Country Championships. Photograph: Inpho.

Ireland’s cross country team captain had retired over illness of baby son

‘Stephanie got 1.1 million votes, which meant at least 3.5 million failed to get to the polls’

Railway Union’s Sarah Hawkshaw: was on target in her club’s 3-0 victory over Old Alexandra. Photo: Rowland White/Presseye/Inpho

Leaders Hermes remain out in front following a 1-0 win over Corinthian

Team kit of the year: Well, on learning that the gear was designed by the same people who create John Daly’s pants, Loudmouth Golf, it wasn’t a huge surprise that the outfit was, eh, eye-catching. But still, the Norwegian Winter Olympic Curling team’s suits were something that we can never, ever unsee.

Mary Hannigan celebrates some of the more offbeat sporting stories from the last 12 months

“Okey-doke, goodnight and God bless.” Bill O’Herlihy signs off after a 49-year broadcasting career

Fond farewells, World Cup shocks and on-air swearing, 2014 had it all

Cork’s Briege Corkery: has won an astonishing total of 14 senior All-Ireland medals in Gaelic football and camogie. Photo: Donall Farmer/Inpho

The battle to elevate women’s sport to where it deserves to be is still ongoing

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