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# History in the making

Last year
2022
# History in the making
Nadal stages stunning comeback to win record-breaking 21st Grand Slam title
The Spaniard came from two sets down to beat Daniil Medvedev in an epic Australian Open final.
All time
# History in the making
'We want to create a space where everyone is absolutely welcome' - GAA to register first LGBTQ+ club
A closer look at Na Gael Aeracha and inclusion in Gaelic games.
# History in the making
'The west of Ireland should be really proud of these men'
Andy Friend hailed a ‘gutsy’ inter-pro win that means far more than bragging rights for Connacht.
# History in the making
Calm, cool, ruthless, ballistic: 3 years on from Ireland's momentous win over the Black Ferns
How Ireland Women shocked everyone but themselves to beat New Zealand 14 – 17 and end their run of four straight World Cup titles.
# staying power
Venus Williams crushes Konjuh to become oldest Wimbledon quarter-finalist since Navratilova
Meanwhile, Johanna Konta has given Britain their first female quarter-finalist in sw19 since 1984.
# No Holding Back
Ireland to play without fear as they look to turn a corner with historic win over England
After a difficult winter, Ireland begin a defining summer against near neighbours England at Bristol tomorrow.
# History in the making
Heroic Henshaw and more talking points from Ireland's long-awaited win over New Zealand
Ireland, baby, WE DID IT!
# History in the making
133 years of the 4, 5 and 6 Nations Championship: Can Ireland complete its first 3-in-a-row?
Most back-to-back champs have not fared well when they try for a third straight Championship.
# History in the making
Cavan's Maggie Farrelly became the first woman to referee a senior men's county game tonight
Farrelly has been making a habit of breaking glass ceilings in GAA refereeing recently.
# History in the making
‘15 years playing with the club and I never played in the GAA centre’
The long wait finally ended for Michael Quinlivan and Clonmel Commercials last Sunday.
# History in the making
2011 All-Ireland minor hero in historic Galway intermediate hurling team
Shane Maloney is a familiar face in the Tribesmen’s line-up.
# History in the making
5 perfectly reasonable excuses to stay up all night watching Samoa take on the All Blacks
Admit it, you’re willing to stay up until 5am to get your fix of international rugby.
# History in the making
5 talking points from Westmeath’s incredible victory over Meath
The Lake County will face Dublin in the Leinster final on 12 July.
AS IT HAPPENED
Early tallies point to a YES and No campaigners concede
The nation holds its breath.
# History in the making
Here's what the President is up to on day one of his State visit to the UK
A meeting with the Queen, an address to both houses of Parliament, and a State banquet among other things…