Malaysian Grand Prix

Malaysian Grand Prix - Allianz Ireland Preview

March 27th, 2015, by  David   D

By: Michelle from Setanta SportsWe're just one race into the 2015 Formula 1 season and by the looks of things teams will have to make some dramatic improvements if they are to have any chance of denying Mercedes a second successive world title.Lewis Hamilton was superb in Australia and his team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg will need to go some way to prevent him from winning back-to-back championship."Melbourne was a mega weekend for the team. To start off the year with such dominance was just amazing and the team really did an incredible job," the German said. "Of course, I’m disappointed not to have repeated my Read More


Allianz Hurling League - Final Round

March 23rd, 2015, by  David   D

By: Ger McCarthySetanta Sports’ GAA contributor Ger McCarthy assesses the winners and losers from the final round of Allianz Hurling League fixtures ahead of next weekend’s quarter-finals.WINNERSPauric O’MahonyThe Ballygunner centre-forward had an afternoon to remember at Innovate Wexford Park on Sunday, contributing 0-13 of Waterford’s winning total and helping secure promotion back to Allianz Division 1A in 2016.Derek McGrath’s side had to be at their best to see off a tenacious Wexford before emerging six-point winners but O’Mahony’s free-taking ability (he converted eleven) ensured the Deise emerged victorious.O’M Read More

Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton Delighted with Melbourne Victory

March 16th, 2015, by  David   D

By Dave of Setanta SportsLewis Hamilton hailed the “awesome job” that his Mercedes team did at the Australian Grand Prix, following his victory in Sunday’s race in Melbourne.Defending champion Hamilton began 2015′s opening race from pole position, before maintaining a gap of approximately two seconds to teammate Nico Rosberg more or less throughout Sunday’s battle.Each time that Rosberg began to push, Hamilton responded to seal a composed victory.“My team has done an awesome job, and it is an incredible feeling to continue winning,” said the Englishman.“Nico was very quick throughout the race. It was really trying to Read More

Allianz Leagues

Allianz Leagues Roundup

March 16th, 2015, by  Alan  .

by: Ger McCarthy Setanta SportsWe have reached the business end of this year’s Allianz Hurling and Football Leagues so Setanta Sports’ GAA contributor Ger McCarthy looks at the winners and losers from another jam-packed weekend of GAA action.WINNERSDavy FitzgeraldHaving appeared in this column’s losers section the previous week it is only fair to move Davy Fitzgerald into the winners enclosure (at least for another seven days) following the Clare hurlers gutsy victory over Dublin.A traumatic week by any inter-county manager’s standards that drew negative media headlines following Nicky O’Connell and Davy O’Halloran’s Read More

Allianz Leagues

Allianz Football and Hurling Leagues

March 9th, 2015, by  Alan  .

By: Ger McCarthy of Setanta SportsA busy weekend of Allianz League football and hurling action produced winners and losers across both codes. Setanta Sports’ GAA contributor Ger McCarthy reviews who enjoyed their latest outings and those who would rather forget a disappointing result.WINNERSCork footballers and hurlersTalk about putting down early-season markers. The manner in which Jimmy Barry-Murphy’s side amassed a whopping 34 points to see off fellow Corkonian Ger Cunnigham’s Dublin at GAA headquarters on Saturday night will have made the rest of this year’s Allianz Hurling League contenders sit up and take notice Read More

Allianz Football League

Allianz Football League

March 2nd, 2015, by  Alan  .

By: Ger McCarthy of Setanta SportsSetanta Sports’ GAA contributor Ger McCarthy casts an eye over the weekend’s Allianz Football League Division 1 Football League action assessing three counties located in the bottom half of the tables as we head towards the business end of the league campaign.DERRYOn paper, a point away to Tyrone in a game played out amid awful weather conditions and live on Setanta Sports doesn’t appear a bad result for Brian McIver’s relegation-threatened side. Yet, the reality of Derry’s bruising 0-11 to 1-8 draw at Healy Park is that the Oak Leaf County wasted a terrific opportunity to register th Read More

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