Dublin gaffer Jim Gavin stated he was happy to see his side beat All-Ireland runner up Mayo at Croke Park on Saturday night, despite being reduced to 14 men five minutes into the second half.
Scotland overcame a horrible first-half performance to beat Ireland 12-8 in the RBS Six Nations at Murrayfield, with Greig Laidlaw kicking all their points.
Fifa vice-president, Jim Boyce, came out this week and stated that diving in football was like a cancer. In recent weeks Liverpool striker, Luis Suarez, and Tottenham Left Winger, Gareth Bale, have attracted criticism for how easily they go to ground. Diving has been controversial for a while now in football, and understandably so. It is deliberate cheating, but despite this, no one will be remembered like Diego Maradona was for his famous ‘Hand of God’ goal, simply because diving has been accepted as a part of the modern game. [...]
In the eleven years of the modern era of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), a lot has been accomplished, from creating and safely establishing the fight game to never having an event cancelled. In such a sport, injuries are common, changes and refitting of fight cards are almost second nature, admirably spearheaded by the staff that run the day-to-day building of the company, and a lasting tradition UFC president Dana White has always been proud of. UFC 151 was set to take place on the 1st of September with Jon [...]
World No.1 golfer Rory McIlroy has attempted to quash speculation over his allegiance for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
It’s the All Ireland final equivalent of the Gucci male model calendar. Competition is higher than the queue to the shop at half time. It has the ability to break the GAA. Ladies (and gentlemen) I present to you… The 3 most eligible GAA footballers! Before you comment in your droves in outrage, the reason that Marty Morrissey did not make the cut is that it is, regretfully, a list of footballers only. For your viewing pleasure, I have, during many ‘tedious’ hours, researched the GAA footballers most worthy of [...]
Premier League 2012-13: Team Preview, Part 1 The first in our series on this season’s Premier League; the ups, the downs and the hopes of all the teams! The English Premier League returns on 18 August. It seems like only yesterday when Sergio Aguero scored that dramatic injury-time winner for Manchester City against Queens Park Rangers, to give the Blues their first title since 1968. As the new season approaches, it’s time to look at the 20 clubs who will compete in ‘The Best League in the World’.
Usain Bolt cemented his place in Olympic history by retaining his 100 metres title.
Usain Bolt ran to glory last night and solidified his title as fastest man in the world by winning the 100m gold. For those of you who didn’t witness the history, check out the lego version of his win.
Alex Rathke reports on the swimming at the Olympics from the London Aquatic Centre for this Monday evening 30th July 2012.
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