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# Long Road

Last year
Heartbreak for Dubliner Jake Carroll as knee injury rules him out for rest of Motherwell's season
“He is going to be a big loss for us and I am absolutely gutted for the boy,” manager Steven Hammell said.
All time
Mathieu Bastareaud to 'reflect on future' after rupturing tendons in both knees
The former France captain is set for surgery later this week.
'It's only when you're back that you realise what you had lost'
With injury woes in the rearview mirror, Dora Gorman is hoping to finish her first full season back at Peamount with league glory.
A six-year layoff to making history in Croke Park - Cavan chase hurling glory
The Breffni county face Fermanagh in the Lory Meagher Cup final this evening.
'It was somewhere north of €50,000' - multi-All-Ireland winner on fuel costs during Cork career
Aoife Murray travelled between Dublin and Cork for much of her inter-county playing days.
Long opens up on Ireland 'killer blow', Euro 2020 dream and shutting down keyboard warriors
The Southampton striker addressed a number of issues with his club’s website.
'Baptism of fire' long behind him as Leavy relishes tough tasks on Sevens circuit
Ireland men are in Cape Town after a difficult debut run on the World Series.
'I remember the XXXXL O'Neill's gear didn't fit me. From that day, I changed everything'
From a battle with thyroid cancer to an incredible weight loss, Mayo manager Peter Leahy shares his story.
'It's those little things - my first game, and him not being there on the sideline'
Roscommon’s Amanda McLoone shares her story.
Tyson Fury still looks far from fitness with hearing set for December
There is no guarantee Fury will receive a boxing licence even if he is cleared by UKAD, and he still looks some way off fitness.
'If you're not winning, you're going to run out of cash very quickly'
Cork’s Peter O”Keeffe on giving up as a pro and winning the Irish Amateur Open champion.
'It's a long road they'd have to travel': why MMA is not recognised by Sport Ireland
Sport Ireland has been conducting anti-doping tests on Irish MMA fighters even though the sport isn’t yet recognised by the body.
Tom Meagher says he cried for hours when he heard what happened to Karen Buckley
Meagher was speaking at the launch of a campaign ‘Prostitution – We Don’t Buy it’.
'I think myself and Diarmuid Connolly have been going for 36 months'
Ger Brennan wouldn’t have it any other way though as Vincent’s look to win back-to-back Leinster titles.
48 ambulances have over 400,000km on the clock
Garda vehicles retire at 300,000 kilometres.
Shane Long set to complete £12million move to Southampton today
Hull are set to turn a quick profit on the Tipperary native.
New Gaeltacht minister now "thinking in Irish" after summer cramming classes
Joe McHugh’s been sent to the Gaeltacht to brush up on the teanga.
Gardaí appeal for sightings of bleeding man after last night's explosion in Dublin
It’s believed the man got a taxi after the explosion.
Farmers happy with progress on CAP but there is still 'a long way to go'
Henry Burns said the deal with hit the most productive farmers the hardest.