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In pure trophy terms, Alex Ferguson is unmatched as Britain’s best manager. His 13th Premier League title represented the 49th time he had got his (...)

A dejected Tadhg Bennett of Shannon after the final whistle against UCD last weekend. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Your roots never really leave you. The fact that Shannon were relegated from Division 1A of the Ulster Bank League over the weekend didn’t come(...)

Ulster’s Ruan Pienaar scores a try on their way to  victory over Cardiff last Friday night to secure a Pro 12  semi-final place at home at Ravenhill. Photograph: Inpho

Is the one-time Celtic/Magners League now coming of age in its guise of the Rabo Direct Pro 12, or at any rate finding its feet? The League has(...)

Where would we be without summer camps? At home driving each other bonkers, that’s where. The summer camps market has exploded in the past deca(...)

Celtic’s Tony Watt saw his goal ruled out for  offside during the Clydesdale Bank Scottish Premier League match against Ross County at the Global Energy Stadium, Dingwall. Photograph: Chris Clark/PA Wire

A brilliant finish from Iain Vigurs ensured Ross County took points off Celtic for the third time this season in Sunday’s 1-1 draw but the host(...)

Bayern’s Thomas Mueller heads past Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes during the Champions League semi-final. Photograph: Matthias Schrader

The Thursday morning headlines told the tale of two different football cities. “Jaaaaa!” cried Germany’s Bi(...)

AUCTION RESULTS Thursday, May 2nd, Christie’s, London. The Antiquities Sale. A Celtic gold bracelet,£517,875 (£40,000(...)

Connacht’s head coach Eric Elwood after the match with Johnny O’Connor and his son Jack. Photograph: Inpho

Connacht 3 Glasgow 20: Eric Elwood’s era of 24 years continuous service for the province came to an end in Galway last night in front of (...)

John Afoa returns to Ulster’s starting line-up for the visit of the Cardiff Blues. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

With two weeks of a break Ulster have had time to think over the permutations and consequences of their final league match. Thankfully for the (...)

Harry Blaney:  Noreen Blaney said her father, who died on Monday aged 85, was always happiest at home on the farm, despite his period as a TD, a county councillor and even in his younger days spending a period in Glasgow on a football trial for Celtic.

A group of veteran Fianna Fáil stalwarts and Blaneyites gathered outside the Catholic church at Massmount on the beautiful Fan(...)

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