The debate about the true national sport of Wales has been raging for years between rugby and football fans. But a new book claims that the first and true national sport of Wales is neither of these, but the little less know sport of Handball.
The latest instalment in one of the most gripping rivalries in Irish sport was played out in Kingscourt, Co Cavan yesterday - and this time, it was Cork's Catriona Casey who was crowned the queen of handball.
Armagh's Charlie Shanks claimed the final National Ranking event of the year by storming to his second Gloves title in Sunday's final win over first time finalist Peter Funchion in St Pauls GAC, Belfast.
Would the football championship be improved by having a second tier?