Niall Kelly

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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(...)

‘The Lost Soul of Eamonn Magee with Paul D. Gibson was announced as the eir sport Sports Book of the Year 2018 winner. Photo: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

A book that was rejected by 13 different publishers – with many of them praising it to the hilt but passing on it nonetheless – has won the Eir Irish (...)

‘Between you and me and the post’ – Like sentry guards, Jack McCaffrey and umpire Tom O’Kane watch the ball squirm away from the goal, one of the few moments of danger for Dublin in a relatively straight-forward semi-final win over Galway. Photo: “A Season of Sundays 2018”/Sportsfile

The Best Tony 10 by Declan Lynch and Tony O’Reilly – Gill Books, €16.99 The story of Tony O’Reilly, the Carlow postmaster who stole €1.75m(...)

David Walsh, founder and CEO of Netwatch at its office in Carlow. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Eight months after its private equity-fuelled merger with two US companies and one from the UK, the Carlow security monitoring company, Netwatch, has (...)

Andy Lee: “Every decision you make in the ring is potentially career-altering.” Photograph: Myles Shelly

To know all you need to know about Andy Lee, you need two things above all. First you need the cover of his book, Fighter. In the foreground of the co(...)

The Moorefield team celebrate their victory in the Kildare county final. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Moorefield 2-12 Athy 2-9 Leinster champions Moorefield lifted their 10th Kildare senior football title - and ninth since 2000 - by defeating 14-man A(...)

Netwatch co-founders David Walsh, left, and Niall Kelly with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, centre. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

With more than 300,000 customers in the US and Europe and 500 staff spread across three countries, Netwatch is well on the way to achieving its founde(...)

Kildare’s David Hyland celebrates with his mother Máire after the victory over Mayo  at St Conleth’s Park in Newbridge. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

The greatest myth in sport is that one game is the same as the next and that all animals are equal. You hear managers preach ‘one game at a time’ and (...)

Kildare’s David Hyland and goalkeeper Mark Donnellan clash with Robbie Smyth of Longford. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Kildare 1-16 Longford 1-13 Kildare booked their place in the third round of the qualifiers with a hard fought win over a gritty Longford side in Pear(...)

 Derry’s Shane McGuigan tries to get through ’s Mick O’Grady and Eoin Doyle. Photograph: Lorcan Doherty/Inpho

Derry 2-12 Kildare 2-22 Kildare banished a year of footballing anguish and brought an end to a 12-game winless run by defeating Derry by 10 points a(...)

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