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Damien McGrane moving up the rankings

clock July 31, 2011 19:24 by author Diarmuid O'Flynn
After a difficult period, Damien McGrane showed the kind of form at the Irish Open to move him up the rankings [More]

Mayo and Cork's golden 2006 generation

clock July 29, 2011 20:38 by author Fintan
Since Mayo beat Cork in the All-Ireland U21 FC final in 2006 both teams have reaped huge rewards from the players they produced [More]

A break from FIFA would be a disaster

clock July 28, 2011 19:45 by author Brendan O'Brien
With talk of Europe's top clubs breaking away from FIFA and UEFA, soccer is on the road to a dark future [More]

Teams should prove nothing to doubters

clock July 28, 2011 19:27 by author JohnF
Mayo and Limerick have been given plenty of motivation this weekend but all that matters is they prove something to themselves [More]

A goodbye from Tony Lynch

clock July 28, 2011 14:36 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Tony Lynch waved goodbye to his surfing column this week and thanked his readers for their loyalty [More]

The world according to Berba

clock July 26, 2011 21:40 by author Darren Norris
Dimitar Berbatov talks to Simon Stone about Manchester United, playing with style and how he'd like to be remembered. [More]

Time for the GAA to go high tech

clock July 25, 2011 14:00 by author Diarmuid O'Flynn
Ian Ryan's controversial point wasn't the only talking point in Limerick's victory over Wexford writes Diarmuid O'Flynn [More]

Water Cooler: Tyrone still have magic but Cork and Kerry won't be stopped

clock July 25, 2011 12:38 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Everyone was in agreement, Kerry and Cork will meet in the semi-finals but Tyrone and Donegal could spoil Dublin and Kildare's plans [More]

Davy springs a surprise, Limerick hold heads high and Galway...

clock July 25, 2011 11:57 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Diarmuid O'Flynn, Michael Moynihan, Enda McEvoy, Jackie Cahill and Terry Reilly mark out the winners and losers from the season so far [More]

Rory not getting any shelter from the storm

clock July 21, 2011 20:50 by author Simon Lewis
As the memory of the rain-lashed Open at Royal St George's fades into the rear-view mirror, Rory McIlroy will be hoping for a better outlook for next week's Irish Open at Killarney. [More]


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