Dan Sheridan

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Andrew Porter with a photograph of his late mum, Wendy, who died when he was just starting secondary school. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

The highly personalised array of pictures of the Irish players and management by Dan Sheridan of the Inpho agency, which were displayed in the Irish T(...)

Robbie Henshaw, CJ Stander and Iain Henderson. Photographs: Billy Stickland/Inpho and Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Over the past six months the sports photographers Billy Stickland, Dan Sheridan and James Crombie have travelled the length and br(...)

Ellen Keane on her way to bronze in the women's 100m breaststroke final at the Paralympics in Rio. Photograph: Al Tielemans/Getty

It started out as just a bit of fun, a rule-free spot of reminiscing, a list of 50 memorable moments produced by Irish sportswomen. But then(...)

Ireland’s Nora Stapleton, Ashleigh Baxter and Niamh Briggs celebrate at the final whistle following the victory over New Zealand at the FFR headquarters in Marcoussis. Photo: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

The day begins at different times for everyone and for some, like Ireland’s video analyst Lenny Browne, it never ends at all. For most it became a day(...)

The Irish women’s team celebrate their victory over Italy which clinched the Grand Slam in  Parabiago, Milan last year.  Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

When our coach Philip “Goose” Doyle came before us last Thursday evening with “This lady doesn’t need any introduction...” a ripple of exciteme(...)

David Wallace massaged by Willie Bennett at the Ireland rugby training camp in 2001: “Nobody actually believes me that this actually happened. They think that I set it up, that I put on a tape or something and got them to pose for it. But genuinely I just happened to be in the room and it came on the television. It was a complete happy coincidence. They weren’t paying any attention to me, they were just working away. Willie was giving him a massage and there was different stuff on the TV. And then this shot came up and obviously when they saw it, they started laughing.”

The All Blacks were coming, coming. Tacking their merciless way down towards the Havelock Square end. Aside from the referee and the 15 Irish men tryi(...)