Diarmuid Kilgallen scores a try for Connacht in action from the BKT United Rugby Championship game against Leinster at the Sportsground on Saturday. Photo: Mike Shaughnessy


Aki return boost for Connacht as they hope to shake off Leinster disappointment against French kingpins

Thu, Dec 07, 2023

Up next for Connacht in the midst of a busy Christmas period is the arrival of French side Bordeaux-Begles to the Sportsground in the Champions Cup.

Seventh Woods.


Youtube icon Seventh Woods heads for Galway to face Maigh Cuilinn this weekend

Thu, Nov 16, 2023

Former YouTube mixtape sensation, Seventh Woods, who hails from South Carolina in the United States, rolls into town this weekend as part of a talented UCC Demons team facing Maigh Cuilinn in the Basketball Ireland Men’s Superleague.

The Craughwell team which won the Mens Novice team title at the All-Ireland Cross Country championships in Navan. L to R Fergus Kelly, Anthony Boyle, Jack Miskella, Oisin Davis, Kyle Moorehead, William Fitzgerald


Craughwell steal the show at National Novice Cross Country

Thu, Dec 07, 2023

On a dramatic day in Navan last Sunday, at the National Novice and Unvene Ages Cross Country championships, Craughwell athletes stole the show with a fantastic team win in the hugely competitive Men’s race over 6km. William Fitzgerald of Craughwell made it a double celebration as he raced home to a superb silver medal after always being at the front of affairs in an enthralling race won by Michael Murphy of Tullamore.

Corinthians Seconds who were beaten 14-6 by Buccaneers in the final of the Curley Cup in Ballyhaunis on Sunday last. 
Back (L-R): Eoin O’Connor, Jamie McPhilbin, Matthew Lyttle, Rory McCleane, Peadar McTavish, Sam Concannon, Kevin Le Gear, Dan Keane, 
Dillon McAuliffe, Brandon Hynes, Ross Doogan, Sean Comer O’Brien
Front (L-R): Shay Phillips, Daniel Keane, Jimi Fenton, Dylan Keane, Aidan Healy, Geariod Hennessy, Oscar Garcia, Liam Carpenter


Corinthians edge Dungannon in a thriller

Thu, Dec 07, 2023

Corinthians 15 Dungannon 14
A SECOND Half penalty from Sean Naughton proved to be decisive in this thrilling Energia League tie played in Stevenson Park on Saturday afternoon. It was a win that could prove crucial as we move towards the reverse fixtures after Christmas and proved that while Corinthians showed that they could turn on the style when needed, Saturday proved that they could eke out the tough wins also.


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