News categorised 'Cloze Tests'
Paramotoring is very weather dependent- too warm, too windy, or too wet and you just can’t fly.
The 80th Masters begins on Thursday April 7 and promises to produce four days of skill and absorbing action.
Mayo legend Cora Staunton has decided to continue her inter-county career.
The National Football League starts in style with the meeting of last year’s All-Ireland finalists under lights at Croke Park.
The first tennis major of 2016 takes place in Melbourne...
When 6th class pupil Sean Clifford, from S.N. Realt na Mara in Co. Sligo, emailed us with the idea of having a TPP Sports Star of the Year Award, we thought- ‘Now that’s a good idea’. So, we did just that. Thanks Sean! All you guys have to do now is vote!
The world of rugby is in mourning following the death of former New Zealand international Jonah Lomu at the age of 40.
This is the moment a defender tried to clear the ball upfield but managed to score an own goal thanks to Storm Barney.
Dublin star Bernard Brogan will captain Ireland in their International Rules game against Australia at Croke Park on November 21.
The legendary Paul O’ Connell has played his last game for Ireland.
It was one of the greatest results in the history of Irish soccer. The World Cup holders were in town and the Boys in Green were not one bit fazed. Martin O’ Neill’s depleted team was ready to slay giants.
He is Formula 1's youngest ever driver and in charge of a car that can reach over 320km/h.
But Belgian-born Dutchman Max Verstappen was unable to drive a car legally on his own in either country.
As well as signing quality players such as Ramiro Funes Mori, Gerard Deulofeu and Tom Cleverley, the Toffees held onto John Stones, rejecting a £38m bid from Chelsea for the defender.
You know the score… or at least I do, I think! Come join me again this year as I gaze into my crystal ball and predict all the right scores. Well, some I hope. Remember, if you do better than me, keep it to yourself. I’ve got a reputation to keep :)
Offaly golfer Shane Lowry enjoyed the biggest victory of his career in August 2015, when he claimed the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.
After an action-packed summer of football, two familiar foes will do battle for the Sam Maguire Cup on September 20. Kerry and Dublin share 61 All-Ireland titles between them and the counties have enjoyed some great battles down through the years.
These are three words many of us will gladly listen to over and over again in the coming weeks. Yes, World Cup fever is here again, only this time it is with the oval ball...
For many GAA fans west of the Shannon, 2015 looked like it could be the year that Liam McCarthy would cross the waters...
Usain St Leo Bolt was born in Trelawny, Jamaica on August 21, 1986. In primary school he was very good at cricket, a game he still loves, but it wasn’t long before his talent as a runner began to shine through...
If you had never heard of Paul Dunne before this summer, you’d certainly be forgiven. Although an up and coming young amateur golfer, the Greystones native has until now kept a relatively low profile – until the British Open at St Andrews that is...
Michael Conlan, Joe Ward and Dean Walsh all claimed medals at the European Elite Championships in Bulgaria last month.
Conlan, who won silver two years ago, captured the gold on this occasion by beating Britain’s Oais Ashfaq...
Swimming is an extremely difficult sport and it takes years of training to perfect your skills to compete at major competitions like the Olympic Games. Eric Moussambani took up swimming just eight months before the 2000 Olympics, and he hadn’t even seen a 50 metre swimming pool before he arrived...
Hi all fellow readers of The Primary Planet, you might remember us from our article in the April 2015 issue of TPP. Back then we were Sligo-Leitrim Champions and now we are the SSE Airtricity / Pentathlon Ireland National Schools Modern Biathlon All-Ireland Champions 2015.
On the 29th of April, Blennerville N.S had a very enjoyable but tiring day playing tag rugby at Tralee Rugby Club. We trained for the games for a couple of weeks and had fun training with our coach Ed Barnes.
Paul O’Connell will don an Ireland shirt for the final time this autumn after announcing he will retire from international rugby after the World Cup. The legendary lock, who has captained Ireland to back-to-back Six Nations titles, was widely expected to step down from the international scene.
Worm charming is one of the most unusual sports in the world. It is the art of trying to attract worms to the earth’s surface. Charming is usually used to gather worms to use as bait in fishing, but it is also a competitive sport in countries like England and Canada.
Now we know what you’re thinking – cricket, really? It’s certainly an acquired taste, but the pinnacle of five-day Test cricket is The Ashes, which takes place between England and Australia...
Do you think you could outrun a horse? Do you think you could do it over 35 kilometres? For people that answer ‘yes’ to these questions, the ‘Man vs. Horse’ marathon is the sporting event for you.
Cycling has become really popular in Ireland over the last few years, with people using their bikes for transport, recreation and sport. Cycling is a fun physical activity which not only builds your fitness and endurance, but also gets you outdoors.
When Hertha Berlin footballer, Anis Ben Haitra, scored in a Bundesliga clash with Schalke 04, fans were confused to see him celebrate by donning a Spiderman mask.
This month we bring you an amazing sport all the way from Southeast Asia. Sepak Takraw is played on an indoor court similar to one used in volleyball. Sepak Takraw’s rules are almost the same as volleyball too, but there is one major difference – players cannot use their hands! Sepak is an old Thai word for ‘kick’ and Takraw is translated as ‘ball’ in English.
Tyrone made history by electing the GAA’s first ever woman county chairperson. Roisín Jordan, who is a member of the Eglish club, was elected unopposed at the Red Hands’ county convention.