Max Murphy

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Finn Harps’ Kosovar Sadiki in action against Shamrock Rovers on Sunday night. Photograph: Inpho

Finn Harps 0 Shamrock Rovers 2 Champions Shamrock Rovers remain on course to go through the season unbeaten, but they were made to work for their lat(...)

There is a well worn path to centres of political power abroad by Irish students intent on a career in politics whether as elected representatives or (...)

Coleraine Grammar School’s Molly Curry with her trophy after winning the championship single sculls at the National Schools Regatta at Dorney Lake.

Irish rowing had a good day. The two final races of Metropolitan Grand League Regatta were thrillers, while at Dorney Lake in England, Molly Curry won(...)

The Metropolitan Regatta takes place on Saturday in Blessington

The clash of senior eights rivals UCD and Commercial should be a highlight of Metropolitan (Metro) Regatta on Saturday in Blessington. Last time out, (...)

The Republic of Ireland u-18s celebrate a goal against Belgium in Spain.

Belgium 1 Republic of Ireland 2 The Republic of Ireland U-18s secured an impressive 2-1 win over Belgium in the opening game of a four-team Invitatio(...)

The O’Donovan brothers finished fourth in the Premier Double Sculls in New Zealand. Photograph: Srdjan Stevanovic/Inpho

Max Murphy took gold and silver medals at the New Zealand Rowing Championships in hot conditions on Lake Karapiro. The big UCD man, rowing for Waikato(...)

Damian Browne in Antigua after completing his solo row.

After 63 days, six hours and 25 minutes at sea, solo rower Damian Browne has completed the Atlantic Challenge rowing race. The Galway man rowed across(...)

Ireland’s Paul O’Donovan competed in the Premier (heavyweight) single in New Zealand. Photograph: Inpho

Paul O’Donovan had the standout performance for the Irish contingent on the first day of the New Zealand Rowing Championships, while UCD’s Max Murphy (...)

Paul O’Donovan has reached the final of the heavyweight single sculls in New Zealand. Photograph: Detlev Seyb/Inpho

Paul O’Donovan, the world lightweight champion in the single sculls, qualified for the final of the heavyweight single sculls at the North Island Rowi(...)