Gavin Duffy seen above ahead of last summer’s Connacht championship match in Dr Hyde Park has been dropped from Mayo’s  panel. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Gavin Duffy has been dropped from the Mayo senior football panel despite not having played a second of competitive action since his much trumpeted (...)

Robbie Henshaw says it was a great feeling to get the win, even sitting in the stands, in last year’s Six Nations, but “it’s a new challenge this year”.  Photograph: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

The first thing that strikes you about Robbie Henshaw is how grounded and level-headed he is. Aside from a striking physicality which is unusual for a(...)

Gavin Duffy: became a legal Mayo panellist on January 12th. Photograph: INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Mayo’s misinterpretation of the eligibility rules for intercounty transfers has left former Connacht rugby player Gavin Duffy in an eight-month sta(...)

Denis Leamy is enjoying coaching the Rockwell forwards something he didn’t see himself doing 10 years ago. Photograph: INPHO/Lorraine O’Sullivan

The ball had barely left Conor Quaid’s boot when he felt the force of a tackle that left him floored and bloodied but, by the time the final whistle f(...)

Dublin’s Emmett Ó Conghaile: has impressed manager Jim Gavin during the O’Byrne Cup. Photo: James Crombie/Inpho
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All throw-ins 2.0 unless stated Football O’BYRNE CUP SEMI-FINALS Kildare v DIT, St Conleth’s Park Apart from the frictio(...)

The Mayo team stand for the National Anthem. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Mayo built on their good start to the Connacht league with a host of new players drafted in for this second round clash with IT Sligo at James Stephen(...)

Former Connacht captain Gavin Duffy will make his Mayo bow on Sunday. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Eight months after the furore and anticipation which surrounded Gavin Duffy’s conversion from rugby international to Mayo gaelic footballer the 32-yea(...)

Graham Kenny on  one of thetrails at the family farm near Roscrea

Mountain biking is gathering fans at speed in Ireland. One man who’s hoping to cash in on the trend is Graham Kenny, who has set up a bike park with s(...)

Jerry Flannery is enjoying being back at Munster. ‘I’m only in the door and I’m lucky that I trust the guys around me so much because I know them so well,’ he says. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

Jerry Flannery loved being a player. Best job in the world. At 36 he could still be doing it but for the calf injuries that eventually forced him to r(...)

Mayo’s Aidan Walsh rises to a ball during the All Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final, Croke Park. Photograph: ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

“Last year they mastered many new skills and brought football to a different level on many fronts… particularly in the area around physicality. They r(...)