Liam Dunne

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Dublin’s Donal Leavy comes under pressure from Cian Kenny and Conor Kelly of Kilkenny at Parnell Park. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Kilkenny got their Leinster Minor Hurling Championship campaign up and running with an impressive 3-23 to 4-12 success against Dublin in Parnell Park (...)

Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Monday teatime and Mattie McGleenan is in the car, beating up the road to Dublin. The Cavan manager is headed for Abbotstown, there to take a training(...)

The five-year bonds issued by the NTMA were priced to carry a yield of -0.008 per cent. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The Republic will pay less than a zero per cent rate on €4 billion of bonds it sold on Wednesday to help refinance the country’s remaining Internation(...)

Many farmers,were considering whether it was worth sowing crops for 2018 such is the crisis, said the IFA. Photograph: iStock

A deepening income crisis for tillage farmers, devastated by low prices for a fifth year in a row and poor weather, requires a Government-backed plan,(...)

IFA president Joe Healy drives a combine harvester to the Department of Agriculture offices on Kildare St in Dublin. Photograph: Finbarr O’Rourke

A combine harvester blocked traffic for a time outside the Department of Agriculture in Dublin’s Kildare Street on Monday as tillage farmers intensifi(...)

 Tony Doran in action for Wexford against Offaly in 1984. “We happened to come up against strong Kilkenny teams all along the line and then Offaly emerged as well.” Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

Wexford hurling teams are like forest fires. They catch without warning and the blaze is instantaneous and intense. Sunday’s Leinster final appearance(...)

Liam Dunne: “I wanted to stay on for another year, everybody knew that. It didn’t happen and I think, in fairness, it’s been good for me and good for the players.” Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Liam Dunne will find a way. As of midweek, he had no ticket for tonight’s showdown with Kilkenny in Wexford Park but panic is not his way. He will be (...)

Brian Cody stands above the cityscape of the championship always, a stately Eiffel in the distance. Photograph: Inpho

Now then. In an uncertain world, we usually hold these truths to be self-evident. The Taoiseach will be a middle-aged white man, no different to the m(...)

Wexford’s Conor McDonald celebrates scoring his side’s second goal against Kilkenny. Photograph: Ken Sutton/Inpho

Teatime on an April Sunday and Wexford supporters are dawdling on the pitch in Nowlan Park drinking in the sort of day they wouldn’t usually dare hope(...)

You’d hope  Mayo’s Cillian O’Connor gets to decide a game with an injury-time free before the clocks go forward. Photograph: Dara MacDonaill

December wanes and the sporting year expires in a death rattle of awards shows and dinner dances. Wash down the sideboard, clear some space on the (...)

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