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Cathal Cregg scored one of Roscommon’s two second-half goals against Kildare in Newbridge. Photograph:  Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Kildare 0-13 Roscommon 2-11 Cathal Cregg and Enda Smith hit the Kildare net in the last 17 minutes in Newbridge to breathe new life into Roscommon’s(...)

Jack O’Connor started his tenure as Kildare manager with a loss to Longford in the O’Byrne Cup. Photo: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

As first games go, this was something of a damp squib. An O’Byrne Cup defeat to Longford in St Conleths Park on a drab and chilly December afternoon (...)

 Jack O’Connor at  Croke Park, Dublin, in 2015. Photograph: ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

From Jack O’Connor’s home at St Finian’s Bay in south Kerry, overlooking the Atlantic, to Kildare’s Hawkfield training base outside Newbridge is a 645(...)

Kildare manager Cian O’Neill was without a number of his team’s key players in 2019. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Kildare football manager Cian O’Neill has stepped down after four seasons at the helm with his native county. The Moorefield clubman informed county (...)

Can anyone stop Stephen Cluxton and Dublin and the drive for five? All photographs: Inpho

Connacht Galway Manager: Kevin Walsh (5th year) Odds: All-Ireland 11/1; Connacht 4/5 Next up: v London, Ruislip, 5th May, 3.30 Galway’s lea(...)

New York native Shane Hogan celebrates scoring a goal against Leitrim last year. Photograph: Andy Marlin/Inpho

For years, New York’s role in the All-Ireland football championship was to provide a flash-in-the-pan overseas appearance and then disappear. Since t(...)

2018 Division Two champions Roscommon:  Conor Devaney lifts the league trophy in Croke Park. Photograph: Inpho/Bryan Keane.

Armagh Armagh’s Jemar Hall Manager: Kieran McGeeney (5th season) Selectors: Jim McCorry, Paddy McKeever, Denis Hollywood Last good le(...)

Rollercoaster mood swings, verbal aggression and   self-harming are all traits of a borderline personality disorder. Photograph: iStock

Imagine being part of a family where everyone walks on eggshells all the time. Visualise a home-life punctuated by the histrionic outbursts of an adu(...)

 David Clifford  squeezes the ball past the Monaghan defence and goalkeeper Rory Beggan in Clones. Photograph: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile via Getty Images

The football final appears in front of us like a grubby-faced child that nobody has the heart to go at with a wipe. A foregone conclusion at the end o(...)

David Clifford celebrates his crucial late goal for Kerry against Monaghan at Clones, a goal which threw the Kingdom a crucial lifeline. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

It’s amazing what a single kick of a ball can do. All it took was David Clifford’s goal in injury-time against Monaghan and you could feel a switch fl(...)

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