Sporty Ol’ Stanley
Our Andrew doesn't know exactly what deal with the devil Sky has done to be getting its sports coverage so damn right, but that's not going to stop him enjoying the show.
Not sure how to navigate the 2012 transfer rumour mill? Sporty Ol' Stanley is here to guide you through the gossipy, manly murk.
Our Andrew looks back on last night's Wimbledon final, and finds Federer a worthy winner and Murray gracious in defeat.
Ahead of tonight's Euros 2012 final, Sporty Ol' Stanley weighs the monsters Italy and Spain and finds Spain lacking in what shall henceforth be known as the Mario Balotelli factor.
Andrew said yesterday that Wimbledon was predictable and he was taking today off Ramp.ie duties. Cue a shock elimination, a battle of the sexes, and accusations of favouritism towards Andy Murray.
Andrew gives us the latest on the comings and goings at this year's Wimbledon, bolstered by historical facts about the tournament that we swear he didn't just fabricate to make a 3am deadline.
In which our Stanley updates us on the goings-on at Wimbledon and is only thrilled to be able cheer on winning Irish teams in the lacrosse. Also, he bangs on about foxy ladies a lot. The cad.
Remember Sporty Ol' Stanley told you all about how great Ireland is at the ould lacrosse? Here's the latest on how our non-traditional sporting heroes are getting on.
It's time for numerous replays of John McEnroe screaming at an umpire while you hear the man himself chuckling away in studio at how much of an ass he was. That's right. Heeeeerrrrreeeeeee's Wimbledon!
Reeling from the disappointment of having the worst football team, like, ever ever, Sporty Ol' Stanley discovers something we're actually pretty damn good at: lacrosse.
We haven't exactly covered ourselves in glory at Euro 2012, though the fans are doing us proud. Resident pundit Sporty Ol' Stanley takes a look at what we've learned so far in the tournament as Round 2 draws to a close.
With Round One put to bed and the second leg kicking off today, our sports columnist Andrew Stanley takes a look at what we've learned so far in Euro 2012, and asks whether Riverdancing on the goal line could have saved us agai...