Journalism

SPORT

Tipperary figure out new path to glory in Irish Examiner, 21 August 2019

Women running the line, if not the world in Irish Examiner, 17 November 2018

Cool Cotter calls checkmate but rules must change in Irish Examiner, 10 September 2018

One hurler’s achievement becomes another’s aspiration in Irish Examiner, 25 August 2018

A refreshing summer without skin in the game? Let’s be real in Irish Examiner, 15 June 2018

Time for Tipp hurlers to forge new identity in Irish Examiner, 17 May 2018

Tireless Thurles girls power on to treble glory in Irish Examiner, 12 April 2018

Rena ‘takes it to a whole new level’ in Irish Examiner, 15 January 2018

White relives fairytale finale in Irish Examiner29 December 2017

2017: A year when women made themselves heard in Irish Examiner24 December 2017

Is it time to name a landmark after legend Rena Buckley? in Irish Examiner, 16 September 2017

Hoping a stellar season ends on a high in Irish Examiner, 9 September 2017

No matter who wins, I’ll be beaming in Irish Examiner, 2 September 2017

Play the man, not the helmet in Irish Examiner, 19 August 2017

Destiny calls but Joe Canning could do without history lesson in Irish Examiner, 12 August 2017

Camogie finally goes prime time with live quarter finals in Irish Examiner, 5 August 2017

Playing rules on the agenda in On the Ball, summer 2017

Galway haven’t surveyed a landscape like this in some time in Irish Examiner, 29 July 2017

Solo now not just for show as modern game evolves in Irish Examiner, 15 July 2017

Running’s community spirit goes hand in hand with parklife in Irish Examiner, 8 July 2017

John McEnroe, you cannot be serious in Irish Examiner, 30 June 2017

We’ll sorely miss mononymous legend Briege  in Irish Examiner, 25 June 2017

Are Tipp ready to ignite in the camogie championship? in Irish Examiner, 10 June 2017

Rural or urban, GAA folk are cut from the same fabric in Irish Examiner, 2 June 2017

Tipperary don’t need to be the new Kilkenny in Irish Examiner, 21 May 2017

Combining bouldness of youth with craftiness of experience in Irish Examiner, 3 May 2017

Only by changing minds can we give girls a sporting chance in Irish Examiner, 24 March 2017

The visceral feel of Tipperary’s All-Ireland success in Irish Examiner, 26 December 2016

LIFESTYLE & CULTURE

Transylvania: a destination to count on in Irish Examiner, 27 October 2018

‘Love does not end with death. It evolves’ in Irish Times, 27 April 2018

Fade to grey: why it’s time to ditch the dye in Irish Examiner, 7 April 2018

Making a connection: the power of the podcast in Irish Examiner, 10 June 2017

Review of The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan in Irish Times, 5 September 2015

Review of Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel in Irish Times, 1 August 2015

Review of Tampa by Alissa Nutting in Irish Times, 16 August 2014

I believe in yesterday: the power of nostalgia in Irish Times, 8 August 2014

Arrested Development: grown-ups and young adult fiction in Irish Independent, 8 June 2014