Journalism

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2021
If rewards are so great, players are incentivized to go to ground in the Irish Examiner
Explosive camogie league climax, now batten down hatches for championship in the Irish Examiner
Resistance to change is natural but would we be crankier if hurling wasn’t evolving? in the Irish Examiner
At the water’s edge in Image
Can a press conference really get to the heart of sport? in the Irish Examiner
Should we really curb the natural advantages of the sporting outliers? in the Irish Examiner
After camogie’s quiet revolution, what next for a players’ poll? in the Irish Examiner
Male allies are a powerful force for women’s sport in the Irish Examiner
Camogie and hurling’s differences are being flattened out in the Irish Examiner
When you’re the first female anything, the burden of representation is real in the Irish Examiner
Closing the funding gender gap will raise the bar for our games in the Irish Examiner
Merger the common-sense solution to give our daughters their GAA birthright in the Irish Examiner
Gemma O’Connor’s ability to go off-script is what makes her one of the greats in the Irish Examiner
Part mascot, part manager: we all project onto Jürgen Klopp in the Irish Examiner
What if camogie was formed in a more progressive age – like AFLW? in the Irish Examiner
Moments of political crisis have everything to do with what’s best in sport in the Irish Examiner

2020
How quickly admired underdogs become resented superpowers in the Irish Examiner
Sideline specialists closing gap further between camogie and hurling in the Irish Examiner
Hurling remains as much dance as it is fight in the Irish Examiner
Keeping politics out of sport is not a luxury most sportswomen can afford in the Irish Examiner
There is something about injury that makes you feel estranged from yourself in the Irish Examiner
Club players have warmed up to the sight of ourselves on screen in the Irish Examiner
Mo Laethanta Saoire: a summer of cycling in Cork in the Irish Examiner
Bylines: Sidestep in The42.ie
Power Player in Image

2019
The Grass Ceiling knows no bounds in the Irish Examiner
Good Sports in Stranger’s Guide
Tipperary figure out a new path to glory in the Irish Examiner

2018
Women running the line, if not the world in the Irish Examiner
One hurler’s achievement becomes another’s aspiration in the Irish Examiner
A refreshing summer without skin in the game? Let’s be real in the Irish Examiner
Love does not end with death. It evolves in the Irish Times
Fade to grey: why it’s time to ditch the dye in Irish Examiner
Rena ‘takes it to a whole new level’ in the Irish Examiner

2017
White relives fairytale finale in the Irish Examiner
2017: A year when women made themselves heard in the Irish Examiner
Play the man, not the helmet in the Irish Examiner
We’ll sorely miss mononymous legend Briege in the Irish Examiner
Making a connection: the power of the podcast in the Irish Examiner
Rural or urban, GAA folk are cut from the same fabric in the Irish Examiner
Combining bouldness of youth with craftiness of experience in the Irish Examiner
Only by changing minds can we give girls a sporting chance in the Irish Examiner

2016
The visceral feel of Tipperary’s All-Ireland success in the Irish Examiner
The Fear of Winning in Winter Papers

2014
I believe in yesterday: the power of nostalgia in the Irish Times
Arrested Development: grown-ups and young adult fiction in the Irish Independent