Kilkenny’s Richie Hogan: will be back for the relegation play-off against Clare at Nowlan Park. Photo: Donall Farmer/Inpho

(...)-Ireland club champions Ballyhale would be returning their troops for county service. Then Kilkenny won the toss(...)

‘The reputational damage to middle-aged men starts at a young age. I was watching Peppa Pig with my Jonah recently and was disgusted to discover how poor old Daddy Pig was being portrayed’

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Bray’s Graham Kelly leaves the pitch after being sent off  against Cork City. Photo: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

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Ryan O’Dwyer of Dublin with James Ryan of Limerick. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

(...) champions secured an Allianz hurling league semi-final spot.The Cuala club man was the difference when(...)

The R232 Laghey to Pettigo road has been closed for a technical examination.

(...), carrying 26 children and a number of coaches belonging to Carrickfergus rugby club’s U14 team, overturned(...)

The new President of the Camogie Association, Catherine Neary, has said that she favours the creation of One Association for the family of Gaelic Games while retaining Camogie’s unique identity. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

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(...) in which Gregg saw eight of his United team-mates die, as well as three others from the club, and(...)

Patrick Gale: imbued with clear-eyed psychological truths navigating the emotional landscape of characters it is impossible not to care about deeply. Photograph: Dan Hall

(...) and Judy Book Club title, showed the reverberations that a suicide has on a close-knit community(...)

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Áine Byrne from Dublin and Gerard Gunning from Roscommon are both 25 and have been in London for almost three years. He is a menswear print designer and Byrne is studying for a master’s in textile design. Photograph: Kim Cunningham

Social Club in Highgate. “They were set on preserving an Irish identity that I couldn’t relate to. The(...)