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Monday 4 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# feeling good

This year
Rory McIlroy in a ‘good place’ for Masters bid after ‘breakthrough’ last year
Since winning the Open Championship in 2014, McIlroy has had eight attempts to win a green jacket.
Last year
'We're playing with a bit of confidence and ambition that we haven't had much of before'
Ireland centre Enya Breen played a starring role in the 57-22 defeat of Japan last Saturday.
Neymar says he wants to stay at PSG as new coach Galtier gets to work
The 30-year-old Brazilian said no one from PSG had spoken to him regarding his future.
All time
Masterson stresses need for consistency as Connacht set sights on Leinster
Andy Friend’s side have impressed in their wins against the Ospreys and Ulster.
'I've probably relaxed a little bit about my rugby, I used to be a bit tense about it'
Munster hooker Kevin O’Byrne is playing some of the best rugby of his career.
'The worst thing for a player is the stop-starting' - Regular rugby paying off for Henshaw
The Ireland centre heads into the Six Nations on the back of a good run of form with Leinster.
'It's the best I've felt in years' - Pain-free Aguero in peak condition following successful knee surgery
The Man City star had an operation on a troublesome issue in April.
Serena Williams says French Open catsuit makes her feel like a 'warrior princess' and a 'superhero'
The former world number one also says the suit helps combat some of the health issues she has experienced since giving birth.
Last night's Newcastle v Leeds Championship clash drew a record crowd to St. James' Park
There was a bumper attendance on Tyneside – a sign of the renewed sense of optimism at both clubs.
Irish consumers haven't felt this good for 10 years
The figures from the ESRI and KBC Bank Ireland show consumer sentiment at its highest point for ten years.
In a bad mood? Chances are your social networks are to blame
New research has found that your mood can be affected by positive or negative status updates on Facebook and other social sites.
Irish consumers in 'notably more positive mood' last month
It appears that our bailout exit made consumers feel more confident about their own financial situation too.