Sport: with Dublin knocked out, the race for Sam is on
Denis Hurley
We expect sporting dynasties to last forever – Dublin fell last week, can Limerick stay on top, asks Denis Hurley.
19 May 2024 News
Former CEO of Irish Sugar and Heinz Tony O'Reilly dies
Having established the Kerrygold brand while in Bord Bainne, O'Reilly headed Irish Sugar before rising through the Heinz Corporation to become its CEO.
8 May 2024 Dealer
Caelan Doris: From rugby field to show field
The Dealer hears a new hobby could be on the cards for this Irish rugby star.
New Zealand farmer signs for Leinster
The Dealer sees this week that New Zealand rugby player Jordie Barrett will make a triumphant return to Ireland, having signed with Leinster rugby.
17 April 2024 Dealer
Hereford calendar raises €8,460 for charity
Launched by Irish rugby legend Seán O'Brien, the Hereford charity calendar raised a substantial sum of money for a children's charity.
27 March 2024 Dealer
Beware of Gatland and his young Welsh team
Ireland are all too aware of what Warren Gatland can do with a young team, writes Denis Hurley.
21 February 2024 Sport
Cavan Rugby Club looking for lucky farmers
The Dealer sees Cavan Rugby Club is on the hunt for lucky farmers as part of its 2024 monster draw.
7 February 2024 Dealer