Mayo’s man of the match Cillian O’Connor battles with New York’s Gerard McCartan during Sunday’s Connacht senior  football championship quarter-final at  Gaelic Park, New York. Photograph: Inpho

New York 0-8Mayo 4-18The sun came out for the two teams at Gaelic Park in the Bronx as New York took on a Mayo team who were considered heav(...)

Jack Talty and Neil O’Loghlen: working within and without of the tradition

The adventure began with the self-titled album that Ensemble Ériu released last year. An initial alliance between Co Clare school friend(...)

Christopher Quinn’s widow had sought compensation of £10,000 but eventually reduced this when it was made clear the ministry would contest the claim

A Belfast widow, whose husband was shot by the British army in 1971, received less than a tenth of the compensation she would have received if she had(...)

A fleet of workmen arrived yesterday at Letterkenny General Hospital  to begin work on the renovation of the accident and emergency department which was badly hit by the flood. Photograph: Brian McDaid

A report into the causes of the flooding at Letterkenny General Hospital may never be released, the Health Service Executive has admitted.At a press c(...)

Flooding is seen inside Letterkenny General Hospital last week. More than 40 per cent of the hospital suffered water damage. Photograph: Donegal Daily

The general manager of Letterkenny General Hospital has promised to build a better hospital in the wake of last week’s flooding which severely damaged(...)

Cork’s Conor Lehane, one of ten players in the side who have played for UCC. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Where did Cork and Limerick come from? This year’s Munster hurling final, tomorrow at the Gaelic Grounds, was not the most obvious call before the sea(...)

 Cork’s Séamus Harnedy wins the ball ahead of Clare’s Domhnall O’Donovan during the Munster  SHC semi-final at the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Cork’s man of the match in their unexpected Munster semi-final defeat of Clare may have been the only debutant on the team but Séamus Harnedy’s hurlin(...)

Richard Moore, who was blinded by a rubber bullet, with the Dalai lama

The British army and ministry of defence were aware of lethal deficiencies in the use of rubber bullets but nonetheless went ahead and employed them i(...)

Cavan’s Michael Argue (right) with Donegal’s Martin O’Reilly during last night’s  Ulster under-21 football final at Brewster Park in Enniskillen. Photograph: Jonathan Porter/Presseye/Inpho

Cavan 0-13 Donegal 1-6 Cavan withstood a strong second-half c(...)