Rugby, Frogspawn and a Little Gold Dress

I've had an adrenalin fuelled weekend in which all of the above have combined to inspire today's blogpost.  The adrenalin mainly flowed whilst I...
Ireland's Jason Smyth and Michael McKillop showing off their Gold Medals won at the London 2012 Paralympics

Irish Paralympic Pride and a Riveting Rivalry

The 2012 Paralympic Games have been the most dramatic and inspiring ever. Team Ireland has excelled with wins from fastest Paralympian ever: Jason Smyth and enduring distance runner Michael McKillop.

Munster Final 2012: A Big Day for Waterford Hurling

Signs that the Munster Final 2012 is here:Our Waterford jerseys are no longer languishing at the bottom of the laundry basket. The grey skies are...

London 2012 Olympic Gold Compendium

I'm enthralled by the gold medal stories emerging from London 2012. As a massive tennis fan I was particularly thrilled to see Andy Murray exact his revenge on Roger Federer by putting him to the sword in an emphatic three set defeat.
Monty, the Osprey of Springwatch fame.

Springwatch, The French Open and Booksales

I try not to watch too much television, but with Springwatch airing all this week and the French Open Tennis Tournament taking place, I'm finding it hard to resist the remote and sofa combo! Springwatch is being shown in the afternoon as well as the evening this series, making it doubly difficult to concentrate on words and paper.

Waterford v Clare 2012: The Build Up

This Sunday Waterford will face Clare in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship and sparks are sure to fly . . . Before I continue...
Andy Murray lifts the Wimbledon Trophy after his dramatic triumph in the Men's Singles 2013

Wimbledon and Me – from Tot, to Teen, to Adult Fan

You may have noticed I've been rather quiet on the Wimbledon front, this year. That's because I've been holding my breath, watching and hoping more than ever! Of course, Andy Murray and Wimbledon did not disappoint. It has been the perfect tennis story. It makes me appreciate the fact that my Mum always sat down with me to watch the tournament and clearly explained all the rules, which meant that I could easily follow the action.