This week, Cliona sits down with Kilkenny’s Katie Power to discuss all things camogie and how it ultimately is what has helped get her through a crisis.
In our latest blog post, Cliona Foley sits down with the Cratloe native, who has excelled in various codes from camogie to hockey and soccer to Gaelic football to name but a few….
The St Anne’s star is used to rushing from one thing to the next. Be it her role as a PE and maths teacher at Blackwater Community School in Lismore, to captaining the Deise camogie side, giving grinds to students, or working at home on the farm. The spread of Covid-19 has halted much of her gallop, just as it has for the rest of the country.
When asked to sum herself up, Amy O’Connor quickly reaches for the word “driven”.
Shane Stapleton sits down with Antrim’s own Neil McManus….
Ross King doesn’t spare words. They coil up inside him like a spring and, before…
Shane Stapleton sits down with Kilkenny’s Eoin Murphy as he reminisces on his first All-Ireland Final, reflects on the 2019 season, and The Cats’ ambition for the season ahead.
Tipperary hurler Paudie Maher pens a letter to his younger self and says that performance really comes down to enjoying yourself out on the field.
Whatever jersey you’ve got, it’s likely that he’s worn it at some stage during a storied career. The hurler-turned-rugby star grew up with a stick in his hand, and the wheel eventually came full circle after retiring from the oval ball game.
The hurling championship is so open at the moment and any team could win it.
Padraic Maher has 3 All-Ireland titles to his name, and it is a feeling he will never tire of.
Tom Morrissey reflects on the year that wasn’t to be for last years All-Ireland Champions Limerick.
“The more messages that started to come in congratulating us on our season. That makes a difference because it makes you feel proud”
Eoin is back wearing the number three shirt for the hurlers — although his journey has taken him the long way around.