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Saturday 30 September 2023 Dublin: 17°C

# Game on

All time
O'Connor passed fit as Mayo name strong side for meeting with Galway
Rob Hennelly and Ger Cafferkey must settle for a place on the bench.
'Someone's getting a million a year to manage Ireland, blathering on as if they're in a bar'
Eamon Dunphy is not impressed with the Irish management’s treatment of Jack Grealish.
Roddy Doyle has used Game of Thrones to argue in favour of same-sex marriage
He’s got this Facebook thing figured out.
7 internet Easter eggs that will completely zap your productivity
No need to worry about your figure, though.
These were the best smartphone games released in 2014
Say goodbye to bordom.
Which games should you get for your Xbox One this Christmas?
Microsoft’s console has had a steady twelve months, but which games are worth paying attention to?
'I'm a big fan of the GAA' - Stephen Hunt defends article that caused a bit of a storm
The Ipswich Town players took to the airwaves last night.
Soon you can watch Ireland's newest TV station anywhere, despite its rival's best efforts
TV3 apparently tried to block UTV from getting on Ireland’s free-to-air network.
Watch out Spotify! YouTube makes its music service official
And Ireland is one of the first countries to get access to the beta version.
Ireland's super-fast broadband war has begun and it's coming to a town near you
Every county town in Ireland will have access to the same broadband technology as Tokyo within a few years.
Microsoft said to be close to buying Minecraft makers for $2 billion
The company is said to be close to buying the makers of the open-world game in a deal that could be completed this week.
Hey Uber and Hailo! There's a new rival in town
New taxi booking app Saytaxi will compete against booking giants in Dublin.
Here's what Sony announced at its E3 2014 keynote
Ranging from anticipated titles like Destiny and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End to other services like Playstation Now, Sony covered a lot of ground.
'The limits of austerity have been reached': Joan Burton confirms her Labour leadership bid
The party’s deputy leader has confirmed her ambition to replace Eamon Gilmore.
Sony follows in Microsoft's footsteps by bringing the PS4 to China
China lifted its 14-year old ban on selling consoles at the beginning of the year, paving the way for Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo to enter the market.
All five goals from today's FA Cup final
The Spaniard scored one of the goals of the season to get the Gunners back into today’s game.
14 reasons we’re glad The Sunday Game is back
The boys are back in town [RTÉ studios] tomorrow.
Backpacker and little girl break language barrier with adorable game of Rock Paper Scissors
This made our day. Yes, already.
Madrid hold on to reach semi-finals despite Dortmund fightback
The La Liga heavyweights were beaten 2-0 in Germany.
Chelsea overturn two-goal deficit to dump PSG out of Champions League
Demba Ba’s late goal sealed an away goals victory for Jose Mourinho’s side.
Everyone Googles 'Duckworth Lewis Method' as Ireland record second World T20 win
But an injury scare to Paul Stirling will give Phil Simmons cause for concern.
Eamon Dunphy: 'If I were the Glazers, I'd sack David Moyes'
The football pundit does not have faith in the Scot to turn Manchester United’s current slump around.
Smash hit game Minecraft is getting its own movie
We can feel the excitement building already.
13 addictive games that almost ruined your life
Just one more level. One more.
Can video games actually make you smarter?
Here’s the perfect excuse to spend all day in front of the Xbox.
Full Pro12 line-ups for the Irish provinces this weekend
The 2013/14 season kicks off this evening with Leinster and Ulster in action over in Wales.
12 games consoles that made your Christmas mornings a dream*
*If you were lucky.
'I felt like I was playing a video game' - Conor McGregor recalls 'surreal' UFC debut
The mixed martial artist also claimed he was “bringing in a new era of Irish sport”.
Game on, Ger: Damien O’Meara on his new show, playing extra-time and Off The Ball drama
The presenter of 2FM’s new nightly sports show is enjoying his new gig.
Swings and Ryder bouts: Golfing review of 2012
Gareme McDowell came close, Rory McIlroy won a major by eight strokes again and Team Europe rallied from face-down on the canvas.
Check out this life-size Mousetrap game
Gigantic fun and games at New York engineering and inventor festival.
Champions League Group B preview: Arsenal await in-form Greeks
Arsene Wenger’s men will be looking to build on their solid start to the season.
Heineken Cup: Provincial captains talk up their side's trophy chances
This year’s competition was officially launched at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Tuesday.
Throw-in: All Ireland Senior Camogie Championship previews
John Troy will be looking for a more consistent display this time round as Offaly take on Dublin.
GAA team news: Limerick and Waterford name sides for tomorrow
The Déise have made several changes to the XV that lost heavily against Limerick.
Now we've got a series! Celtics win to cut Heat lead
That Rondo fella hasn’t gone away – and this time he brought Kevin Garnett along for the ride.
Friendly preview: Italy ready for Russia test
The Italians will be hoping to improve on recent results, after they lost their last two friendlies against Uruguay and the United States respectively.
'Controlled aggression' the key to Spain match - O'Shea
The defender also expressed confidence that he would be fit for the tournament.
Ready to go: Monaghan name team to face Antrim
Eoin Lennon and Tommy Freeman have both been ruled out of the county’s Ulster SFC clash.
Simpson ahead, McIlroy in contention at Quail Hollow
The Irishman is two shots off the lead, as he looks to regain his world Number 1 ranking.