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Nine lessons we learned from last night’s Munster MFC quarter-finals

clock April 17, 2014 11:22 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Our writers Denis Hurley, Eoghan Cormican and Tomás McCarthy tell us the nine things we learned from last night's Munster MFC quarter-finals [More]


Week 3: Attracting Koreans to the club

clock April 16, 2014 12:20 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Waterfordman Mark Dowdall is trying to preach the GAA gospel to the kids in Seoul this week... and it's starting to work [More]


The final four: Champions League semi-final draw

clock April 11, 2014 12:19 by author Irish Examiner Sports
The Champions League semi-final draw has thrown Chelsea v Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich v Real Madrid together but who's going to win? [More]


Why coaches now look beyond ‘hairdryer’ treatments to get their point across

clock April 10, 2014 13:41 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Only selective use of the technique made famous by Alex Ferguson will provoke the desired response in players now [More]


Week 2: You want team spirit? Visit a jjimjilbang

clock April 9, 2014 14:55 by author Irish Examiner Sports
It's week two of Seoul GAA's season and they're in the same position every club team in the country finds themselves - preseason sprints [More]


Westwood feels good form returning

clock April 7, 2014 17:45 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Lee Westwood believes he's finding his groove again in good time for the Masters [More]


It is going to be a big weekend for...

clock April 4, 2014 10:33 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Ger McCarthy checks out who it will be a big weekend for in the Premier League [More]


A GAA Seoul: Week 1 and it's all about introducing the game

clock April 2, 2014 11:55 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Waterfordman Mark Dowdall is living and playing Gaelic football in South Korea. They had their first training session at the weekend. Find out how it went. [More]


Espanyol: The other team in Barcelona

clock March 31, 2014 14:53 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Barça almost don't deign to regard their cross town neighbours Espanyol as a genuine rival. [More]


A case for the defence, or not?

clock March 27, 2014 13:43 by author Irish Examiner Sports
The best defence alone has won the Premier League just three times since the division was reduced to 20 teams in 1995. That figure improves only slightly, to eight, when the title winners have also enjoyed the best attack. [More]




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