Leitrim’s Kevin Conlon was man of the match against London at Páirc Seán MhicDiarmada, Carrick-on-Shannon. Photograph: Inpho

Leitrim 1-18 London 0-9 Leitrim gained their first victory of the current Allianz Football League campaign when they comprehensively defeated London (...)

Antrim’s Kevin McGourty is tackled by Conor Gillespie of London during the league clash in Toome. Photograph: Inpho.

Antrim 1-12 London 1-8 Antrim remain in the promotion hunt after this win over London at Toome. The ball was in the Antrim net after only 45 s(...)

Carlow’sHugh Gahan: landed a 39th minute goal at Netwatch Cullen Park. Photograph: Inpho

London pushed Carlow all the way in this fog-shrouded tie at Netwatch Cullen Park yesterday, with second half goals from Hughie Gahan and Darragh O’B(...)

The Northern Ireland Council for Ethnic Minorities has published a series of proposals and is pressing Stormont ministers to “maximise the realisation of rights for ethnic minorities”. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Dan KeenanAn independent body which monitors racism and racial inequality is pushing the British government to devolve immigration and asylum powers t(...)

Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Construction group Sisk has won a €20 million-plus contract to build a laboratory for Britain’s Pirbright Institute which will conduct research into (...)

London’s Mark Gottsche attempts to block Michael Lundy  scoring another point for Galway during their Connacht  quarter-final at Ruislip, London. Photograph: Inpho

Galway 3-17 London 0-7 Careful what you wish for, eh? After spending last summer clawing and scratching to be taken seriously, London were (...)

London captain Lorcan Mulvey: “People think we’re a flash in the pan. That’s just what people think. So it’s up to us to change that.” Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

CONNACHT CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINAL London v Galway Ruislip, Sunday, 3.30 Life went on for the London footballers when the summer ended. They went b(...)

London players pose for the team photo before last year’s Connacht final.

They couldn’t do it again, could they? An indifferent league probably means nothing and they do have Mark Gottsche back in harness, their best player (...)

Séamust “Banty” McEnaney

So on we go, headlong into a black card world. Which is pretty remarkable, when you stop to consider it for a moment. A game that stood largely untink(...)

London’s Martin Duggan in action against Carlow’s James O’Hara

Although London’s re-appearance in the MacCarthy Cup is under threat this season, as the bottom team in the round robin will be relegated, they have s(...)