Sinead Lohan

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Sinead Lohan during her match against Jodie Burrage in the women’s singles final at the AIG Irish Open Tennis Championships at Fitzwilliam Lawn Tennis Club, Ranelagh. Photograph: Matt Browne/Sportsfile

With two Irish players Sam Barry and Simon Carr making the semifinals of the men’s Futures event, and Irish number one Sinead Lohan the final at the A(...)

 Ireland’s Sinéad Lohan plays a forehand during her final with  Jodie Burrage of England at the AIG Irish Open  at Fitzwilliam Lawn Tennis Club in  Ranelagh, Dublin. Photograph: Matt Browne/Sportsfile

Ireland’s Sinéad Lohan fell just short of adding the AIG Irish Open title to the won she won in Portugal two weeks ago. The student, currently based i(...)

Simon Carr in action during his victory over Hugo Grenier in the  Irish Open  at  Fitzwilliam. Carr has qualified for the main draw of the US Junior Open. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

Simon Carr is slamming his racquet into a bag at the change over on court one in Fitzwilliam. The service game of the 17-year-old has deserted him and(...)

Horses and jockeys pounding the sand at the Omey races in Connemara on Sunday. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

White horses on the near-Atlantic, wild southeasterlies and Wellington boot weather might make any racecourse manager want to roll over in bed. Not (...)

Musician Mick Flannery, a graduate of Coláiste Stiofáin Naofa (CSN)’s pioneering music, management and sound course. CSN is tonight celebrating 25 years of the course.   File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A Cork college that helped establish such artists as Mick Flannery, Sinéad Lohan and the Frank and Walters is tonight celebrating 25 years of its pion(...)

Pat Egan in Dublin.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Pat Egan is still in the game. The years since his first dalliances with live-music promotion have become decades, but Egan is still out there hoping (...)

Castleknock’s James McGee (ranked 266) made it to the Wimbledon qualifying event this year but failed to make the main draw

Tennis Ireland believes it can have a senior player in the qualifying events of Grand Slams every two years. The governing body of the sport in Irelan(...)