Kilkenny’s Aoife Neary is tackled by Cork’s Aoife Murray and Gemma O’Connor in 2014’s All-Ireland senior camogie final. The Camogie Association and Ladies Gaelic Football Association both want their finals to be designated on the free-to-air list. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Big sporting drama is set to unfold this summer, not at the Aviva Stadium or Croke Park, but in the in-trays of the Department of Communications.Its r(...)

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

The new president of the Camogie Association has said that she favours the creation of One Association for the family of Gaelic Games while retaining (...)

The Ireland team faced up to the New Zealand haka and beat their vaunted opponents in last summer’s Rugby World Cup pool match in Paris. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

There’s a line in Anthony Daly’s book that fairly jumps off the page. And maybe it shouldn’t but it does so there we are. Daly had his Dublin team wed(...)

All-Ireland champions Galway and finalists Kilkenny dominate the All Stars shortlist released this morning by the Camogie Association. This year’s tea(...)

Ireland’s Alison Miller during the Six Nations game against France. The lack of sponsorship in women’s sport will be discussed at a conference tomorrow.

Call it a gathering, a meeting of the marginalised, the ignored and the sidelined. Women’s sport. It’s where the numbers who participate don’t seem to(...)