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# Hopeful

This year
Ireland teenage star not giving up on World Cup dream amidst cruciate comeback
Ellen Molloy is ‘going to do everything I can’ to ensure her availability for selection.
Blackmore hopes Honeysuckle can have 'one more big day' at Cheltenham
The nine-year-old will bid to end her career with a fourth and final Festival success before she is retired.
All time
Planning to reopen pub after lengthy closure, and 'nonsense' rumours about Kerry management
Paul Geaney says the hospitality sector is set to get back up and running in the summer.
Ulster hopeful Stockdale, McCloskey and Murphy will be fit for semi-final
All three picked up injuries in last weekend’s defeat to Leinster.
Galway camogie star and doctor unsure if inter-county action will take place in 2020
‘I don’t think anyone can predict what the winter will bring,’ says Catriona Cormican.
'We want the season to finish so we can play the games and get the trophy' - Celtic skipper Brown
Celtic were 13 points clear of second-placed Rangers when the season was brought to a halt.
Marmion 'knows we don’t want him to leave' but it's his decision, says Andy Friend
‘Every man makes his own decisions. At the end of the day he will make a call.’
Boost for Ulster as Murphy, Addison and Moore return to training
Dan McFarland’s side face Leicester Tigers in Belfast on Saturday.
Dele Alli not guaranteed to start at World Cup
The Tottenham star could face a tough fight to earn a place in England’s line-up when they meet Tunisia on 18 June.
Henshaw ruled out of Six Nations but Furlong looks good for Wales
The outside centre suffered a shoulder injury against Italy.
Fancy representing Ireland at next year's Eurovision? RTÉ wants to hear your songs
RTÉ wants “accomplished songwriters and performers with a proven track record of success in the industry”.
'She's over the moon but she's not stopping there': Kellie Harrington has her sights set on gold
Jimmy Halpin is confident that Irish boxing’s newest star can bring home the world title.
14 things we learned from the first episode of RTÉ's Road to Rio documentary
What did you make of it?
'I'd still love to have a crack at him' - McIlroy yearns for Masters glory and Tiger return
The Irishman hopes to challenge his old rival a major upon his return from injury, while an elusive Masters title is high on his agenda.
'There's no room for error now but we have nothing to fear' - Ireland target second spot in Euro group
Manager Sue Ronan believes finishing runners-up is still achievement after yesterday’s loss to Spain.
Ireland's decision on Sexton 'may come down to the last minute'
The out-half sustained an adductor strain last weekend against France.
Despite missing final Dara Kervick still has a bright future ahead
We spoke to the 400m man ahead of this weekend’s event.
The 6-year-old boy who was shot in Dublin last month is now in a wheelchair
Seán’s mother Gillian said her son’s life has changed forever.
Majority of indigenous tech companies expect revenue to grow
Over 81 per cent of companies said they were more confident about their business than they were three months ago.
Donie Shine awaits scan results as his season swings in the balance
The Roscommon attacker tells us he’s still getting over the disappointment of Sunday’s semi final defeat.
Fisher in command in Tshwane Open but Hoey and Phelan still in the hunt
Hoey is second while Phelan is tied for fifth after round three.
Oviedo's World Cup dream still alive - Martinez
Everton’s manager believes the 23-year can make it.
Evra hails renewed winning mentality
The United defender feels his side are now back on track.
Good news for Ireland as Eurozone economy ‘stabilising’
New statistics from the European Commission show that recovery is underway.
Extract: I’m in massive negative equity and I may lose my home, but I won’t lose hope
Single Irish mother, Jillian Godsil, who tried to sell her Georgian mansion on YouTube, has documented her personal slide into insolvency in a new book, Does my Debt look big in this? Here she writes about debt and never giving up.
More of the same from try-scoring Bowe and he'll be a Lion this summer
‘He will hopefully do enough to convince Warren Gatland he warrants a seat on the plane,” said the Ulster coach Mark Anscombe.
BOD: I can’t convince Damien Duff to make an Ireland comeback
The Irish rugby captain believes the Fulham midfielder is ‘incredibly professional’ and is enjoying is football away from the shackles of the international game.
Irish Open: Harrington in contention
The 2007 winner is the best of the Irish heading into Day 3 at Royal Portrush.