Post Tagged with: "Mike O’Halloran"

Mikey Boyle gets his shot away despite Dougie Fitzell's efforts. Photo by Dermot Crean

Mike O’Halloran: Reflections On The Sporting Year

December 29, 2016 at 12:24 pm Comments are Disabled

Mike O’Halloran reflects on his highlights in the world of hurling and rugby in 2016… AT this period of year there is usually a time of reflection before we face into a new year. We reflect on all aspects of our life events while some of our reflections are on resolutions we made or […]

Read more ›
Union Jacks In Siamsa Tíre As ‘A Queen’s Speech’ To Be Performed

Union Jacks In Siamsa Tíre As ‘A Queen’s Speech’ To Be Performed

October 24, 2015 at 10:12 am Comments are Disabled

THE Union Jack will grace Siamsa Tire as the new play from the writer of the acclaimed ‘September 82’ will be performed later this month. ‘A Queen’s Speech’, by Mike O’Halloran, will be performed on Friday, November 27 and Saturday, November 28 at 8pm. It’s a blend of comedy and drama set in the summer of 2011 […]

Read more ›
Mike O’Halloran’s Week In Hurling

Mike O’Halloran’s Week In Hurling

October 20, 2015 at 10:55 am Comments are Disabled

Mike O’Halloran on Lixnaw’s minors, the new Kerry coach, a great read and Stacks’ county final win… IT was a busy week for hurling this weekend. I was in Kilmoyley on Saturday to see Lixnaw complete a double in county minor hurling championship with a very impressive win over St […]

Read more ›
Hurling: Who’ll Emerge From Sunday’s Feast Of Championship Hurling?

Hurling: Who’ll Emerge From Sunday’s Feast Of Championship Hurling?

July 15, 2015 at 11:14 am 1 comment

Our hurling writer, Mike O’Halloran, looks at the feast of Garvey’s Supervalu Kerry Senior Hurling Championship hurling action on the way this Sunday… Crotta O’Neill’s v Kilmoyley, Causeway 1.30pm Kilmoyley are riding high at the top of the County Hurling League and are seeking to get over the hurdle posed […]

Read more ›
O’Halloran’s Rugby: Hard To See Ireland Beaten…But You Never Know!

O’Halloran’s Rugby: Hard To See Ireland Beaten…But You Never Know!

February 6, 2015 at 10:03 am Comments are Disabled

Our rugby writer, Mike O’Halloran, looks forward to Ireland’s Italian job tomorrow and says the home side will be no pushovers… IRELAND head to the Eternal City for their opening game in this years RBS Six Nations. The fan-friendly (if not transport-friendly) Stadio Olimpico will play host to this battle […]

Read more ›
Mike O’Halloran: Munster Outclassed By Saracens

Mike O’Halloran: Munster Outclassed By Saracens

January 18, 2015 at 7:08 pm Comments are Disabled

  Our rugby writer, Mike O’Halloran, reports from London on Munster’s defeat to Saracens on Saturday Saracens 33 Munster 10 In my piece last week before the Munster team was selected, I said that Conor Murray would be a loss if he was unable to play and so it proved. […]

Read more ›
Mike O’Halloran: My Dream For JJ Hanrahan

Mike O’Halloran: My Dream For JJ Hanrahan

January 10, 2015 at 8:57 am Comments are Disabled

Our rugby columnist, Mike O’Halloran, believes the dream of seeing JJ Hanrahan in the No.10 of Munster is still possible…just not for a while… I have been supporting Munster and attending matches in Thomond Park since 1973 and in all those years, I have never experienced the disappointment that Munster fans […]

Read more ›
Mike O’Halloran: Reflections On A Sporting Year

Mike O’Halloran: Reflections On A Sporting Year

January 3, 2015 at 10:57 am Comments are Disabled

Our hurling and rugby writer, Mike O’Halloran, reflects on his personal highlights of the year in sport 2014…  In a year when Kerry footballers won the senior, minor All Irelands and the juniors were Munster Champs, a few other sporting moments caught my interest. 1. Ultimate Frisbee. My son in […]

Read more ›
Rugby: Two Big Days Ahead For Munster

Rugby: Two Big Days Ahead For Munster

December 15, 2014 at 11:48 am Comments are Disabled

Our rugby writer, Mike O’Halloran, on a disappointing day for Munster yesterday… I ASKED in my preview of this game Can Munster win and I answered ‘of course they can’, but I was wrong. Try as they might, Munster could not overcome ASM Clermont Auvergne, even after getting a dream start. […]

Read more ›

image