Craig Ronaldson ag caint le Rugbaí BEO
Tá Craig Ronaldson anois ina cheathrú shéasúr le Connachta. Bhí droch ghortú aige anuraidh, agus ní raibh an deis aige imirt le Connacht sa Chluiche Ceannais PRO12. Labhair sé linne i gcaitheamh na seachtaine faoin frustrachas a bhaineann le gortú fad-téarmach, agus na spriocanna atá ag Connachta i mbliana agus é ar ais ar a shean-léim arís.
Craig Ronaldson is playing in his 4th Season with Connacht. He suffered an ankle injury last March against Edinburgh which kept him out of the PRO12 Rugby final. He made his comeback in October and has been going from strength to strength since. He speaks to us about keeping…
Adam Byrne ar Rugbaí BEO
Is é Adam Byrne an imreoir is óige a d’imir lena Laighnigh riamh sa ré gairmiúil. Tar éis tréimhse fada gortaithe, tá sé ag cruthú cinnlintí i mbliana le úid tábhachtacha sa Guinness PRO12 agus san Eoraip. Ag caint go heisíoch le Rugbaí BEO roimh an chluiche in aghaidh Edinburgh ar an Aoine, labhair sé faoina blianta deacra agus é gortaithe agus a uallmhian idirnáisiúnta.
Rugbaí BEO - Laighin v Edinburgh
Dé hAoine @ 19.20 ar TG4
Adam Byrne is still the youngest player ever to play professionally for Leinster. Having lost years to injury, he has made a huge impression this season scoring big tries in the…
Tyler Bleyendaal ag caint le Rugbaí BEO
De bhárr gortú, bhí dhá shéasúr folamh ag Tyler Bleyendaal ó tháinig sé go Luimneach. Ach an tséasúr seo tá sé ag imirt thar bárr agus na Muimhnigh ag dul i bhfeabhas go mór. Roimh an chluiche in aghaidh na Dragons i gCorcaigh ar an Aoine, labhair sé go heisíoch le Rugbaí BEO faoin bhliain corraitheach agus faoina uaillmhian leis an foireann idirnáisiúnta.
Tyler Bleyendaal spent two years in injury hell since joining Munster but this season he has blossomed as Munster rediscovered their form and identity. Before Friday’s game against Dragons in Cork, he talks exclusively to Rugbaí BEO about an…
GAA 2017 is back every Monday 8pm
Tá GAA 2017 ar ais gach oíche Luan ar TG4 aige 8 a chlog. Beidh buaicphointí againn ó thart ar 60 chluiche sraithe as seo go ceann cúpla mí.
GAA 2017 is back every Monday on TG4 at the new time of 8pm as we bring you highlights of 60 Allianz League games over the next 12 weeks.
The 2013 AIB All-Ireland Club Hurling Final saw St.Thomas defeat Kilcormac-Killoughey in the Croke Park decider.
There were numerous families throughout the team with the Murray, Cooney and Skehill clans all represented. The Burke Clan, though, were the most dominant on the day with Manager John Burke, as well as six of his sons across the team.
In 2016, with John still at the helm, the Burkes are again well represented but as usual their success is also due to their neighbours; the Cooneys and the Skehills!
We have St.Thomas against Ballyea live on TG4 on Feb 4th in this year’s All-Ireland Club Hurling semi-final.
Paddy Kelly retires
Paddy Kelly has retired as an inter-county footballer for the Cork Senior team.
During his career he won a host of titles including an All-Ireland Final medal in 2010 when The Rebels defeated Down.
He also won 3 Munster titles and 3 National Leagues and he was also nominated 3 times for an All-Star award.
Kelly will though continue playing with his club side Ballincollig. The team won their first ever Cork County Title in 2014 and were also runners-up again in 2016.