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# legacy

This year
Human remains taken from Inishbofin by Trinity researchers returned to island
The skulls, thought to be around 400 years old, were taken from a monastery on the island in 1890.
Zach Tuohy set to overtake Jim Stynes' appearance record in Aussie Rules
Mark O’Connor also set to make a comeback for Cats after missing Sydney Swans game.
Peter the Great and his football sons - Kerry brace themselves for Canavan test
Peter, then Darragh, and now Ruairí Canavan are the stuff of Kerry nightmares ahead of this Saturday.
'I would go on a camel' - World Cup plans, growth of the game and overdue recognition
Olivia O’Toole is a legendary figure in Irish women’s football.
Last year
'He was such an integral part of our journey in Munster' - Remembering Jerry Holland
Ronan O’Gara and John Kelly look back on the life of the former Munster player, head coach, team manager and administrator, who passed away last month.
Deaglán de Bréadún: It was clear in Moscow that Gorbachev's popularity was not reflected there
Gorbachev’s popularity on the international stage did not exist to the same extent on his home ground.
Troubles legacy bill: Johnson and Tories accused of treating families like 'daft Paddies'
The Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill has been widely criticised.
What Meath's magical All-Ireland win has done for the game in the county
In their first year back in the senior ranks, the Royals lifted the Brendan Martin Cup for the first time and ended Dublin’s Drive for Five.
All time
Founding the club that brought Liverpool, Man United and Ajax to Monaghan - The legacy of Sean McCaffrey
The42 reflect on the legacy of the late Sean McCaffrey by looking back at the improbable journeys and successes of the club he founded Oriel Celtic.
History will be kind to Johann Van Graan but end of season parting is best for everyone
The Munster coach has divided opinion yet he has still managed to take some decent scalps in his four years with the province.
'Godfather of modern Black cinema' Melvin Van Peebles dies at 89
Van Peebles died Tuesday night at home with his family.
'Even though Craig wasn't around, he was very much part of their journey to ensure they got there'
Two of Jeremy Lyons’ athletes at Dublin Sprint Club, Sophie Becker and Cillín Greene, are at the Olympic Games. The late Craig Lynch’s legacy will always live on in the group.
'His office had pictures of everyone who had come through the Academy, he was very proud of those fellas'
The inside look at how Nigel Carolan built a lasting legacy at Connacht.
'From the day he arrived he did his best to buy in to our culture, now he's creating culture'
Peter O’Mahony is hoping to create a few special memories before CJ Stander bids farewell to Munster.
FAI paying Mike Ashley's Sports Direct €100,000 a month until October 2025
The Association’s dreadful financial position was outlined in an Annual General Meeting today.
Lewis Hamilton equals world title record with Turkish Grand Prix victory
Hamilton claimed his 10th win from 14 rounds as he matched Michael Schumacher’s title haul.
An ode to the lifeblood of the nation's sporting anatomy
Let coaches know how much they’re appreciated, because the importance of participation in sport for young people has never been more clear.
'Live like Lynch would': Craig's legacy lives on as heartwarming challenge comes to a close
The Craig Lynch For Life Challenge has been a huge success.
'It is an Irish success story, one of the greatest to come out of Ireland since the foundation of the State'
Read an extract from Alan Conway’s book on Coolmore Stud.
'Protecting the 2012 Games by covering up a scandal was more important than protecting Londoners'
Read this extract from Michael Gillard’s book on the Olympics.
Garrett Fitzgerald - a good man who leaves a lasting legacy at Munster
The Cork man oversaw the transformation of the province in his 20 years as CEO.
'It is always there: 'You need to live your life just like Lynch would.' He left a mark on everyone'
A tribute to late Irish and Shercock AC athlete Craig Lynch, with contributions from two of his former coaches.
Delaney sidelined by Uefa and left without entitlement to tickets to Irish home games
Some more troubling revelations come to light, including details of how the FAI paid for Delaney’s 50th birthday party.
Joe Schmidt interview: planning to live without a plan... for now
Murray Kinsella sits down with the former Ireland head coach to reflect on the Rugby World Cup, his new book and much more.
'You can train skill sets, but you can't drive ambition into people if they don't have it'
Tools of the trade: Legacy and PepTalk founder Bernard Brogan talks ambition on and off the pitch.
Sayonara, Japan! Curtain comes down on a memorable World Cup
The Brave Blossoms’ stunning exploits were a real highlight over the past seven weeks.
The father-son brain trust behind Corofin's 30 years of Galway dominance
Frank and David Morris have been central figures in the Corofin success story.
'I'm gutted for him' - Paulie and BOD lament Schmidt's cruel swansong
‘Look at what he’s done for Ireland over the past six or seven years,’ says Brian O’Driscoll.
'My grandmother heard I was warming up and she ran up the road and forced her way into Thomond Park'
Rugby runs in Craig Casey’s veins.
Horn: Crawford will state pound-for-pound case against Khan
The WBO welterweight title holder gets a chance to impress against another former world champion.
Warburton hails 'brilliant' Gatland for transforming Welsh rugby
Gatland has won three Six Nations titles, two Grand Slams and reached the semi-finals of the 2011 World Cup.
Ex-British soldiers could reportedly face Bloody Sunday murder charges 'within weeks'
Fourteen people were killed after British paratroopers opened fire.
'There are things I hold onto dearly - her class, her accent and her beautiful smile'
Italian football legend Carolina Morace pays tribute to her late friend Anne O’Brien, a pioneering, revolutionary but unheralded icon.
'No matter what Joe does, he has changed Irish rugby' - Rory Best
The Ireland head coach is due to confirm his decision before the end of this month.
'We all know the standards': Sexton backs Ireland to progress even if Schmidt turns for home
The Ireland head coach is in demand and has just over a year remaining on his contract.
'He could only have dreamed of this': How one man's legacy led an Irish team to the brink of motorsport history
With Derry racer Eunan McGlinchey on the brink of championship success, Team #109 Kawasaki manager Paul Tobin catches up with The42 ahead of Saturday’s race.
'What he did was send a tingle down the spines of supporters': The kid who lived his dreams
Liam Miller’s playing career was special and unique and awe-inspiring.
'All I want to do is run': Injured McKillop remains an inspiration for Irish sport to draw on
Injury will keep McKillop out of European Championship action next week, but his influence will be a lasting one.
'Ellen was such a great person, it was a very difficult time'
Wicklow star Jackie Kinch pays a touching tribute to her late sister Ellen.
'A massive opportunity missed' - IRFU turn down offer of women's Test series in Australia
Former Ireland international Sophie Spence has spoken out on the decision.