David Power

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The 2014 All-Ireland semi-final: Donegal 3-14 Dublin 0-17 was arguably Jim McGuinness’s greatest moment as a manager

2004 All-Ireland football quarter-final: Fermanagh 0-12 Armagh 0-11 After destroying Donegal in the Ulster final, Joe Kernan’s Armagh, with Kieran McG(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary: among the four businessmen who  lost €450 million between them. Photograph:   Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Brexit had wiped almost €450 million off the fortunes of well-known business figures behind four Irish Stock Exchange top-20 companies by the time th(...)

Martin Hayes,  Stephen Rea and  performers from Loosysmokes, Elaine McCague and Deirdre Griffin, at the Kilkenny Arts Festival 2016 programme launch. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Ghosts in caves, surprises in gardens and Mozart in the Marble City are all in store at this year’s Kilkenny Arts Festival (KAF). Festival director(...)

Distilled to its essence, Apples in Winter is a glorious collection of tunes on pipes and fiddle from Waterford piper David Power and New Jersey fiddl(...)

Wexford’s Simon Donohoe and Michael Furlong tackle Neil Flynn of Kildare. Photo: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Kildare 0-9 Wexford 0-8 Kildare are through to a Leinster semi-final but there was no hiding the disappointment with the manner of victory. As a (...)

Wexford’s Ciaran Lyng will hope to help his side to a surprise victory over Kildare at Croke Park. Photo: Inpho

If there’s to be a shock at all in the football championship this weekend, this has the look of where we might have it. Kildare were impressive for (...)

Wexford senior football manager David Power: “Our number one aim is to give a good performance in every game, and secondly to get out of Division Four. I know it won’t be easy.” Photograph: Lorcan Doherty/Inpho/Presseye

“You can’t hold back,” says David Power, “you have to just go for it” - and he’s not talking about the drive from Clonmel to Wexford Park three times(...)

Dublin’s Graham Hannigan attempts to block a shot from Wexford’s Pierce O’Connor  during the O’Byrne Cup clash at St Patrick’s Park, Enniscorthy. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Wexford 2-6 Dublin 0-12 Everything about this game screamed of the first Sunday in January: enthusiastic yet lethargic football; flurries of scores (...)

Down’s Donal O’Harewho looks to be fit again,  battles against Derry’s Dermot McBride and Sean Leo McGoldrick during the Ulster quarter-finalat  Celtic Park, Derry. Photograph: Inpho

Malachy Clerkin The most potent 15 minutes of Wexford’s year – and of David Power’s time in charge – came after half-time in their Leinster Championsh(...)

Kerry’s Colm Cooper: made his first appearance for the Kingdom in 19 months when he came on against Tyrone at Healy Park. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Inpho

When the balls finished bobbling and the wheel stopped spinning, the final shape of the various Allianz Football League table made for absorbing read(...)

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