Paul McNulty explains how Lance Armstrong owes his mam an apology
Grannykiller looks at Galway’s credentials ahead of their All-Ireland semi-final against Cork… Are they the real deal, or was the win against Kilkenny just a flash in the pan?
Ahead of John Joe Nevin’s Olympic final, Grannykiller analyses the last-four efforts of Ireland’s male boxers.
Grannykiller was confused by dressage, dancing bears and Sofya Ochigava, but impressed by gracious Olympic champion Katie Taylor
Andy Murray finally won at Wimbledon, 28 days after losing the biggest game of his career. Paul McNulty looks at how he came back
Paul McNulty gives the definitive view of where the four remaining challengers stand in the GAA football championship…. and updates our latest GrannyKiller PowerRankings
GK salutes Ireland’s Ultimate Warrior, Katie Taylor, having noticed a strange choice of entrance music some months before her Olympic debut
As the GAA footballing season heats up, GK sits down with Michael Darragh Macauley ahead of Dublin v Laois and looks at the weekend’s other fixtures
An update on Team Ireland’s boxing results from London and an in-depth look at young Belfast sensation Michael Conlan
Ciarán Gallagher provides an update on Ireland’s Olympic fighters in London where John Joe Nevin is setting a winning trend
Alexandre Vinokourov’s win in the Olympic road race is not the legacy London 2012 wants
Ciarán Gallagher reviews the opening action for Ireland’s boxers at the London Games and looks at the possible pro route for absentee Joe Ward
We’ve got the Olympics to look forward to, but Ciarán Gallagher explains how Irish fight fans are best looking north of the border for pro action
Lar Corbett settled in well on his comeback for Tipp, Ciarán Gallagher wonders if they’re September-bound
Ahead of this weekend’s British Open, Paul McNulty speaks to Michael Hoey, the Irish dark horse for the tournament
The gruesome twosome helped British boxing in the ring, while some of Amir Khan’s cheerleaders sullied it by talking nonsense, according to Ciarán Gallagher
The witch hunt that followed John Terry’s acquittal has cheapened the battle against racism in football, says Dave Phelan.
Paul McNulty reports from Hyde Park and introduces the GrannyKiller Power rankings.
Forget the bottles and bitch-slaps, Ciarán Gallagher believes that Haye-Chisora could actually help boxing
Andy Murray might not have won Wimbledon but he won over Paul McNulty at the weekend
To hell with the bland questions, our man Ciarán Gallagher gets you the real scoop on Ireland’s boxing Olympians
Paul McNulty bids adieu to the most devisive Michael Jackson fan Mayo has ever known, Conor Mortimer
Ciarán Gallagher looks at Irish Olympian Paddy Barnes vs Simpleton Governing Body AIBA and how Tyson Fury could be stripped of his Irish title
Luxemburg might be invading British rings, but Ciarán Gallagher explains that two Munster men might well revive Irish pro boxing on Saxon soil
Ciarán Gallagher will get to analysing this weekend’s football action in his own good time. For now, he’s still curled up in a foetal position weeping over Kilkenny’s hurling stranglehold.
Mayo didn’t learn an awful lot on Sunday, but that isn’t stopping Paul McNulty from dreaming
Staf of Dublin shoegaze merchants House of Dolls doesn’t like Flaming Lips or Robbie Keane. Despite this Dave Phelan still interacted with him.
After a bad week for Irish boxing, Ciarán Gallagher looks at the sinister background of Andy Lee’s recent loss and how a fighter from Montenegro is the ‘next best boxer’ in Europe ahead of Joe Ward
Can’t get to a TV? Follow all the action from Royal Ascot with Paul McNulty, who also marks your card for the best of Saturday’s action
Frankie Dettori stole the attention from Fame And Glory today at Royal Ascot, and our man Paul McNulty thinks he’s been hard done by
Dave Phelan’s dream turned into a nightmare and he’s not happy, he’s not happy one bit.
The convoluted system which has denied Joe Ward a late place for the London Olympics could give you a headache. Ciarán Gallagher attempts to clear that migraine.
Ciarán Gallagher meant to have his take on the GAA weekend action up sooner, but The Sunday Game’s crack-team analysis of Davy Fitz’s potty mouth meant he’s been busy stemming the bleeding from his ears ever since
Richard Hughes is one of the most decorated flat jockeys in the world. His autobiography, ‘A Weight off my Mind’ is out now, and ahead of a promising-looking Royal Ascot he speaks to Paul Mc Nulty about it all
In what will undoubtedly be the most deflating live blogs in the history of the internet, GK contributors give you up-to-date analysis and observations of Italy and Ireland’s Euro 2012 clash.
It’s been just over a month since Man City won the League. It’s taken Paul McNulty that long to decide how he feels about it.
Ciarán Gallagher gives his take on Andy Lee’s seventh round TKO loss to Julio Cesar Chavez Jr in Texas last night.
Ciarán Gallagher notes that Andy Lee can become the latest champion from the great Emanuel Steward’s Kronk stable on a significant date for the Detroit gym.
Live from Ibiza to your computing machine, Candice Gordon tackles a Dave Phelan grilling.
Ciarán Gallagher looks forward to Julio Cesar Chavez Jr’s WBC defence against Ireland’s Andy Lee in Texas on Saturday night.
GK’s resident ring man, Ciarán Gallagher, speaks exclusively with with John Duddy ahead of Andy Lee’s world-title challenge against Julio Cesar Chavez Jr on Saturday night in Texas.
Paul Mc Nulty reflects on what could have been for Ireland in their Euro 2012 clash against World and European champions Spain.
Ciarán Gallagher went to the theatre and here’s what he learned about Pacquiao vs Bradley.
John Bowman GrannyKiller is not, we’re not even Paxman level, but we know the big questions when we see them. In this inaugural session of GK: Questions and Answers we take John Duignan of We Cut Corners to task.
Dave Phelan believes Ireland can win Euro 2012 because he’s a dreamer.
The GrannyKiller rundown of Ireland’s greatest, and not-so-greatest, football songs of all time.
Paul McNulty takes a trip to Chicago ahead of Navy vs Notre Dame – that’s college American football for those not in the know – at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin, next September.