• Prize-masters and Pretenders: A South-East Derby

    Photo: Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile It’s a case of noisy neighbours of a different kind tomorrow afternoon, as Borris-Ileigh will look to continue to break the mould, and knock kingpins Ballyhale Shamrocks off their perch. Tomorrow’s AIB All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship final represents a return to... Read more

  • Carton: McGrath a ‘legend of the game’

    Waterford camogie All-Star Beth Carton has described current coach Dan Shanahan as a ‘legend of the game’ Suirside. “Dan The Man” won four Munster titles and three All-Star crowns himself in Déise colours, and was recently appointed Bainisteoir of the county’s senior camogie side, who... Read more

  • Kehoe: “It’s the freedom we’re given in Tipp”

    Tipperary forward Mark Kehoe says there’s no lack of freedom playing for the Premier County under Liam Sheedy. The Portroe man returned to bring Liam McCarthy back to Thurles in August, and the Premier will still be the ones to beat come championship, despite an... Read more

  • Davy Fitz: “Certain people won’t like the way I am”

    Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald – talking to Beat sport – spoke out about some of the criticism he’s received about his behavior on the sidelines. Fitzgerald, who extended his contract with the Yellowbellies for another season, has been accused of being unable to control his... Read more

  • Cody: “You could be doing a hell of a lot worse”

    Kilkenny manager Brian Cody says he has no plans to retire, approaching his 21nd season as manager of the Cats. The former Principal was ratified as Kilkenny boss once again for the 2020 season, having surprised a few by bringing his side to yet another... Read more

  • O’Donnell: “We were the ones penalised”

    On the eve of their massive Leinster clash against Ballyhale Shamrocks, St Mullins’ manager Niall O’Donnell says that other factors were in play for their controversial Carlow semi-final victory over Ballinkillen. Their opponents were kicked out of the Carlow championship after refusing to fulfill the... Read more

  • Bolger To Stay at Rovers Until 2020

    Greg Bolger has confirmed to Beat Sport that he is to remain a Shamrock Rovers player until the end of the 2020 season. Speculation surrounded Wexford-born Bolger, after a recent podcast where he revealed he hadn’t signed forms yet with the Hoops, whom he helped... Read more

  • Morrissey: Martin’s ‘disappointed’ over Ashbourne venue

    St Martin’s camogie captain Marie Claire Morrissey said she and her teammates were ‘disappointed’ about the decision to set their Leinster Senior Club Camogie Championship final against St Vincent’s in Ashbourne, County Meath. While their Dublin opponents have a short spin over the border for... Read more

  • Power: “There’s a lot of houses there’s little else to talk about outside of football”

    There’s set to be an exodus from Rathgormack/Clonea tomorrow, as the Village play in their first provincial football tie in 20 years. A sea of green and red spilled out onto the pitch at Fraher Field as the outfit from the north of the county... Read more

  • Kylie Murphy: “For me, it’s not good enough”

    Having had their league title stripped by Peamount United, and losing a League Cup final to Shelbourne, 2019 hasn’t been to the usual top standard of years for Wexford Youths. However, this weekend represents an opportunity to finish on a high, and perhaps extract some... Read more