Other - Today’s News
Let’s face it – life is different in the summertime.
Other - Yesterday’s News
A smorgasbord of sporting delights, all meticulously packaged and presented for your pleasure.
Meanwhile, Aileen Reid finished sixth in the triathlon and three Northern Irish swimmers are back in the pool for semi-finals tonight.
The 62-year-old confirmed the news on Twitter.
There’s something for everyone out West this summer.
Coach Phil Simmons says the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.will effectively be a home tournament for Ireland.
Economist Robbie Butler has the graph paper out again.
New England boss Bill Belichick says his best tight end is ready for road.
‘The Notorious’ Dubliner is making the most of his heightened profile.
Events got under way in Glasgow this morning. But will you be bothered watching?
We’re talking a lot of salt and a steam room.
LeBron James might have an “eidetic memory”.
We’ve got Irish Olympians competing in swimming, judo and triathlon in Glasgow.
Other - Wednesday 23 July, 2014
40,000 people packed into Celtic’s home ground to get the 20th Games under way.
Just enough sport to get you over hump day.
The Hollywood hardman represented England in diving way back in 1990.
There was far more to today’s Tour de France stage than just cycling.
After you read this article, of course.
Danielle Murphy is burning up the track across Europe as she goes in search of her second European title in as many years
Italian Giovanni Visconti was second with race leader Vincenzo Nibali taking third.
The jettisoned football star is not ready to give up on his quarterback ambitions just yet.
The American says the only way the Irish fighter is similar to Ronda Rousey is that both have blonde hair.
Organisers of The Race do not expect all of the 100 competitors to complete the challenging yet gruelling course.
Other - Tuesday 22 July, 2014
Plus, the big news in Brazilian football, concerns for Dublin hurlers and Croke Park’s Wex appeal.
Estimate won the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot in 2013.
“It’s amazing, I can’t describe the joy I felt in the last 500m.”
*searches Stack Overflow for the answer*
Johnny Football hasn’t played a snap in the league yet but he’s already a fan favourite.
‘How things turned out last season is not acceptable for me,’ says the Dane.
That’s tonight’s TV sorted anyway.
Ireland’s 30-strong team fly out to Zurich next month with medals on their mind.
The American really wants a Vegas showdown against Conor McGregor in September.
He may be only three fights into his UFC career, but the Irish flyweight is moving ever closer to that title shot he has talked about.
The British heavyweights were due to face off in Manchester on Saturday.
‘It’s always possible to have a bad day and if he does, we’ll try to capitalise.’
The Irish flyweight paid tribute to another Tallaght sportsman after his victory over Josh Sampo.
Other - Monday 21 July, 2014
There’s also news on the upcoming All-Ireland quarter-finals and Ireland’s athletics team while England captain Steven Gerrard has retired from international football.
Here’s who you can cheer on in Zurich next month.
Chelsea may be about to ship out the Spanish striker.
“The acid test for us this year is if we learn from what’s happened. If we don’t learn from it and keep on doing the same old thing, I think some serious questions could be asked.”