7 August 2011; Shane O'Neill, Clare, in action against Owen Teagle, Galway. GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship Semi-Final
The Limerick goalkeeper Eoghan McNamara clears under pressure from Waterford corner forward Patrick Curran
Players from Ferns GAA Club, including three-year-old Paudie Moynihan, third from left, shake hands with the Camross GAA Club, Co Laois, players after their game
Seamus Hickey and Richie McCarthy, Limerick, in action against Mark Kelly and TJ Reid, Kilkenny, during the GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final
Milford players Elaine O’Riordan, Orlaith O’Mahony, Ashling Thompson and Anna Geary celebrate at the final whistle
Peter Harte, Tyrone, and Tom Cunniffe, Mayo, clash shoulder-to-shoulder in the sixth minute of the All-Ireland football semi-final. Harte subsequently left the field following this clash
Michael Murphy and Neil Gallagher, Donegal, are outnumbered by Mayo’s Donal Vaughan, Lee Keegan, Séamus O’Shea and Colm Boyle during the second half of their quarter-final clash
Galway's Joe Canning watches the flight of the sliothar after taking a line ball. GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final
Action from Old Belvedere against Blackrock College. Ulster Bank All-Ireland League Division 1A, Old Belvedere v Blackrock College RFC
Captain Geoff Curran on The Jump Jet in advance of the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games
Padraic Maher, Tipperary, tries to block a clearance by Stephen Molumphy, Waterford during the GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final between Waterford and Tipperary at Croke Park, Dublin
Eoin Kelly, Tipperary, 2008 All-Stars, is tackled unconventionally by his Waterford namesake Eoin Kelly, 2009 All-Stars. GAA Hurling All-Stars Tour 2009, Hurlingham Hurling Club, Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Twelve-year-old Waterford supporter Sean O’Sullivan, from Ballysaggart, cries during the last ten minutes of the All-Ireland Final between Kilkenny and Waterford at Croke Park, Dublin.
Limerick supporters Brendan Carr, five years, from Pallasgreen and Ger Pigott and his terrier before the Munster Semi Final.
Waterford's Ken McGrath, left, is consoled by Limerick captain Damien Reale after the All-Ireland semi-final in August 2007.
Josephat Kipkoviv of Kenya on his way to winning the 5,000-metre final during the Special Olympics World Summer Games at Dublin's Morton Stadium in June 2003
Republic of Ireland Manager Jack Charlton celebrates after victory over Italy in Giants Stadium, New York, during the 1994 World Cup.