The World Series could go down to the wire after Texas made the most of home advantage in Arlington, writes John Riordan [More]
Paul Buttner on the highs and lows and heroes and villains of a dramatic League Premier Divisiontitle race. [More]
Diego Maradona's 50th birthday is on Saturday, as week after Pele's 70th, and one thing you can guarantee is that the English won't be oozing praise for him as they did for the Brazilian, and he won't be getting the Order of the British Empire as Pele did in 1997.
JOE CALLAGHAN reports from Melbourne
AS the sun split the stones on St Kilda beach yesterday, it was pretty clear that spring is giving way to summer without a fight. And in Melbourne that means two things – it’s time for horse racing and cricket.
The 150th running of the Melbourne Cup... [More]
San Francisco thrash Texas to take a 2-0 World Series lead down to Arlington, writes John Riordan [More]
October 28, 2010 15:24 by Fintan
There is more at stake than just the Andalucia Masters title on the fairways and greens of Valderrama this weekend, writes Charlie Mulqueen. [More]
October 28, 2010 14:12 by Niall
Conor Counihan's decision to stay is a marvellous boost for a Cork football team that face major challenges as defending All-Ireland champions, says Niall Cahalane. [More]
It's first blood to the San Francisco Giants as the pitchers endured a tough night in the World Series opener, writes John Riordan [More]
Liam Mackey IN case you missed it, Michael Owen made a heartfelt appeal this week on behalf of the world’s poor, hungry, oppressed and marginalised.Or as wee Mikey put it: “People like to judge footballers as a whole but I think that’s pretty unfair.”You might reme... [More]
Charlie Mulqueen, ValderramaTHE RECESSION may have struck, prize funds are down, several tournaments have disappeared but it isn’t all doom and gloom for the European Tour. This week, the Tour has pitched camp at Valderrama on Spain’s Costa del Sol — or as the tourism people in the... [More]