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# one on one

Last year
'I'm feeling good. But it's been a mad few years' - Life with Robbie Brady
The Ireland international sits down for an exclusive interview to discuss grief, anxiety, football, family and how he has finally found happiness.
All time
Watch: Ronan O'Gara on Crusaders, becoming a better coach and returning to France
Ireland’s all-time leading points scorer chatted to The42 at Energia Park today.
'I'm very lucky to make the money I do and provide the life for my family that I do'
It’s now three years since Shane Lowry last won, but in a sit-down interview with The42, the Offaly golfer explains how his life, perspective and motivations have changed in that time.
Keane doesn't want to be 'one of these players who becomes fat, drinking and playing golf all the time'
The Republic of Ireland’s new coach believes he still has a lot to offer in the game.
'We're not going out to win anything other than Olympic gold, that's what we're doing it for'
Fresh from becoming World rowing champions, Paul and Gary O’Donovan sit down with The42 to chat studies, jobs, pressure and Tokyo.
'People have been writing me off since day one, but I'm always going to be there fighting'
Now in his 14th season as a professional, Devin Toner feels as fresh and fit as ever as he continues to stand the test of time.
Each side playing the blame game as fallout from the Prime Time debate no-show rolls over
Cora Sherlock has denied pulling out of last night’s Prime Time debate.