Cork’s Briege Corkery and Rena Buckley: have won ten All-Ireland football medals and six All-Ireland camogie medals each. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Crookstown. And then there are their club commitments too. Both players, though repeatedly insist they(...)

Image of Billy the Kid playing croquet. Photograph: Kagin’s

(...) club in England was founded in 1865, the same year the game was immortalised in Lewis Carroll’s Alice(...)

(...) and community sector with the youth club would be part of. All clubs have seen the money they received(...)

Meath’s Kevin Reilly has retired due to a hip injury. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

(...) to Gaelic football, my mother for always having my gear ready until I moved out. My club, Navan O(...)

Ireland’s Paul O’Connell is stretchered off at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. Photograph: David Davies/PA

(...) for his new club Toulon after a decorated 14-year club career with Munster but after winning his 108th(...)

Harry Kane of England celebrates after his shot rebounded off goalkeeper Giedrius Arlauskis of Lithuania for an own goal. Photograph: Alex Livesey/Getty Images

(...) performances have been solid enough for club and country. Tottenham have not lost a Premier League match since(...)

Rory McIlroy shows some Irish players a few tips. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho
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Club tops €4m. Next year’s tournament – 10 years on from the resort hosting the Ryder Cup – will occupy(...)

Billy Morgan led Cork footballers to two successive All-Ireland titles in 1989 and 1990. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

(...) his club Nemo Rangers, Limerick and Clare; and Ned English, whose various club experiences include(...)

Manager Martin O’Neill has vowed that the Republic of Ireland will be ready for whatever is thrown at them as they prepare for the Euro 2016 play-offs. Photograph: Tony Marshall/PA Wire.

(...) over Germany but returned to his club for treatment. “We’ll find out from Stoke exactly what the(...)

 David Cameron: Even if the prime minister  achieves the square root of nought in his renegotiation of membership, Britain is already estranged from the EU core by its currency. Photograph: Justin Tallis/Reuters

(...) tend to bind us in to the club making it harder for us to stand apart. One day, we will wake up and(...)