Canada the likely obstacle to Irish Olympic spot
Ireland's men are almost certainly going to have to travel to a team ranked higher on the world ladder for the two-legged eliminator which will decide whether they reach the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Magee 'proud' of family fightback
Ireland's badminton players got off to a strong start at the European Games in Minsk, Belarus yesterday, with Chloe and Sam Magee coming from behind to take victory in their mixed doubles opener.
Ireland poised to end fur farming, sparing thousands of mink from 'lives of misery'
Country set to be 15th in EU to phase out practice of confining animals to tiny cages and gassing them to death for their pelts
Russia tried to stir up Irish troubles, US think tank says
"Brazen forgeries" designed to fan sectarian violence in Northern Ireland were sown online by a "Russian operation", a US think tank has said.
Manus Kelly death: Tributes paid to driver killed in Donegal Rally crash
Tributes have been paid to "immensely popular" motor racing driver Manus Kelly after he died in a crash at the Donegal Rally in Ireland.
Cox rues mistakes as Ireland fail to boost World Cup placing
Ireland's upbeat FIH Series campaign ended on a low note as hosts France showed an extra level to win the final 3-1 in Le Touquet.
Late bloomer Puspure could secure Ireland's first female Olympic rowing medal
Ireland's prospects of securing a first ever female Olympic medal in rowing has been boosted by the late blossoming of Sanita Puspure into a world-class oarswoman. Just three years ago the Latvian-born sculler looked on the point of quitting. As she reflected on her exit from the Rio Olympics she was in tears.
'Please God we can get that European title slot now' - Eric Donovan sets target after dominant victory in London
Kildare's Eric Donovan edged closer to realising his dream of fighting for a European title after securing his tenth professional win and a first outside Ireland.
Ireland beat Korea to secure Olympic play-off place
Ireland have beaten Korea 4-2 in France to reach the final of the FIH International Series and secure a place in the Olympic play-offs.
Ireland over 45s tennis team see off Grand Slam finalist en route to prestigious Potter Cup
Irish tennis received a boost over the June bank holiday weekend with the victory of the Ireland over 45 men's team against a star-studded field in the Potter Cup at the Real Club de Tenis, Barcelona.