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# Interview

March 2024
'It’s very much in our own hands whether we make the league final or not'
Four sisters, including triplets, at core of new Clare camogie era
'I did CrossFit up to her due date' - Irish international's LOI return after pregnancy
'I'm trying to have a new perspective on football and enjoy the process'
Donegal football focus, upcoming AFLW adventure and international soccer memories
A debut at 17 under Joey Barton, captaining the league leaders and future ambitions
February 2024
'I was gutted' - Ziu on missing World Cup amidst 17-month injury absence
Big year for Ireland WNT but Mannion hoping for 'uneventful' one after injury woe
'Fresh start' - Ireland veteran Fahey targets Aviva bow after injury return
'I was wrecking their heads' - Vikki Wall on Irish Sevens debut in Olympic year
'It's good to feel respected as a League of Ireland footballer'
Jamie Lennon has found his voice as a leader after growing up at St Patrick’s Athletic.
'The players have shown real bravery to be vulnerable'
'I've always been a home bird. I pushed myself out of my comfort zone' - Armagh AFLW star
'In the last 2 weeks, I've had 6 athletes laugh about how breathing has saved them'
From TG4 Underdogs to LOI return - 'One takeaway is to never say no to anything'
Tucker Carlson labelled 'useful idiot' after 'softball' interview with Putin
The Ireland underage international living and playing in constant pain
Alannah Mitchell on her struggle with arthritis and why she has no plans to retire despite leaving Treaty United recently.
January 2024
'I was emotional putting the last message into the group' - Meath's retiring attacking star
What happened next to the Irishman who made his debut alongside Virgil van Dijk?
Eoghan O’Connell is hoping to be part of another major FA Cup upset tonight.
'Time comes for everyone and the time has come for me' - Galway's Leonard retires
Paralympics and pain: ‘I'd missed the funeral of my coach… It was incredibly upsetting'
'It all works out and it's all worth it' - Young mother, student and Antrim captain
How Kerry star forward played All-Ireland final with ruptured ACL
Síofra O’Shea came on as a substitute just weeks after sustaining the dreaded injury.
Waterford hurlers in better place after 'group therapy'
Last year
Government needs to reach out to the poor and disadvantaged, says exiting Fine Gael TD
The Player of the Year who was at club training the morning after the All-Stars
'No matter what sport you're coaching, you're coaching the person first'
McDonald not in favour of boycotting St Patrick's Day White House over US Middle East policy
'I picked up injuries but I always came back' - the Cork star who kept fighting for 10 years
'I'm not scared of going. The physicality, the mentality, getting nailed. I'm ready'
‘I said to her: by any chance, do you have a European grandparent?’
'They're not living, they're surviving': Disease, thirst and hunger threaten displaced Gazans
The 42's Best of 2023: Darron Gibson's addiction, recovery, and the moment his life changed
Darron Gibson welcomed David Sneyd into his home to share a struggle that few people knew about.
The 42's Best of 2023: Monaghan legend Nudie Hughes on life, football, and illness
As Monaghan prepared for an All-Ireland football semi-final, Declan Bogue sat down with one of the county’s favourite sons.
Tubridy says morning before Oireachtas hearings was like 'Christmas morning - flipped'
Interview: McDonald says she wants 'space for people to ask questions' about immigration
'It's one of the things that drives me. You're always reminded to be grateful'
Munster centre Alex Nankivell has settled into life in Ireland impressively.
Carusa keen to drive on after breakout 2023 and McCabe-inspired form
‘This year has been very, very good for me,’ says Ireland’s US-born striker.
‘I got my last pair of gloves, my last pair of boots… And I set them alight’
Kilmacud meet familiar faces in Kilkerrin after 'drop-in visits' from All-Ireland champions