Pat Spillane

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Jamie Clarke: In his games this year, you can see he’s coming with a different attitude. That has to be down to McGeeney. Photograph: Tom Beary/Inpho

I was up in Armagh last week at a function ahead of their game against Kildare. When you go to these things, you know everyone has to put on their bes(...)

Screengrab from www.malehealth.ie

A new website has been launched by the Irish Men’s Sheds Association (IMSA) which supports men’s physical and mental health. The website www.malehea(...)

Brian Cody: He was like a bear on the sideline, striding up and down it looking for war. And he didn’t care who gave it to him . . . he was in lawless form. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

A few years ago, I found myself in the company of Mick O’Dwyer and we were watching a game on television. Pat Spillane was on the screen and he was be(...)

Jim Gavin:  refused  to do one-on-one interviews in protest at broadcasters’ coverage of the Diarmuid Connolly affair. Photograph: Gary Carr/Inpho

Having had a few days to reflect on his comments on last weekend’s Sunday Game about Diarmuid Connolly’s suspension and the role played by fellow pund(...)

Jim Gavin: took exception to Pat Spillane’s comments about Dermot Connolly on The Sunday Game. Photograph: Gary Carr/Inpho

Is Pat Spillane to be allowed to comment on anything that might affect Kerry? Dublin manager Jim Gavin’s tour de force media conference came as a matt(...)

Dublin manager Jim Gavin hit out at Pat Spillane and ‘The Sunday Game’ over comments on Diarmuid Connolly. Photo: Inpho

Analyse that. The last two provincial football semi-finals, two extremely different results, one a victory for mind over matter, the other a defeat fo(...)

Dublin manager Jim Gavin: ‘I’ve a duty of care for the player and I firmly believe there was an attack on his good name.’ Photo: Inpho

Fair play, Jim. There we were, trudging our weary way down from the Hogan Stand after yet another total eclipse of the Leinster Championship sun by Du(...)

Dermot Connolly: Branagan stood and watched as Connolly  was being dragged, pulled and hammered by Carlow players with  his hands out in a “do you see this?” fashion.

As a criminology student, we’re all given a year participating in a general crash course on the laws in Ireland and how it works in certain areas and (...)

The number of delayed and uncertain start-up dates in the Government’s plan for a rejuvenation of rural communities offers a worrying insight into off(...)

Stepaside Garda station: Constituency Minister Shane Ross  got it reopened through an inclusion in the programme for government. “That it now finds itself in a plan on rural renewal is at least testament to the Government’s commitment to recycling.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Action Plan for Rural Development, launched in Longford by Minister for Rural Development Heather Humphries, along with the Taoiseach, is largely (...)

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