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Today’s News

Cork need a new hurling manager as Jimmy Barry-Murphy steps down

The Rebels boss has brought an end to his tenure.

‘You have to throw fish to the sharks’: Müller gives penalty to Robben instead of sealing hat-trick

A hat-trick in his 200th game would have been pretty sweet too.

Yesterday’s News

Sligo a bit out of the red after sharing spoils with Shamrock Rovers

Gary McCabe came back to haunt his old club and deny them victory.

O’Sullivan’s clinical strike shoots down Seagulls

The Longford stalwart made the difference to earn his side all three points.

O’Connell ‘embarrassed’ by incredible reception after Wales defeat

The Ireland captain made his final international appearance on home soil.

Tadhg Furlong ‘a very proud representative of New Ross’ after Ireland debut

Furlong’s first cap was also a first for his club.

Liverpool Hammered, red cards and Kane’s struggles – Premier League talking points

Plus, why are so few teams winning at home so far this season?

‘The greatest British athlete of all time’ – Mo Farah wins historic world gold

It’s Farah’s seventh consecutive World and Olympic title.

Cork make light work of Kerry to advance to another All-Ireland final

It was all too easy for the Rebels this afternoon.

West Brom paid £6 million for Jonny Evans today

The Northern Irishman signs a four-year deal.

Gary Neville: Arsenal title win with THAT squad would redefine history

‘Arsenal are a soft touch – when the screw turns they lack strength, power and pace.’

Louis van Gaal unsure if Sergio Romero will replace De Gea long-term

Louis van Gaal says he is yet to be fully tested.

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The Olympic Stadium sprinklers put a serious dampener on Samoa v Barbarians

It wasn’t a very good rugby debut for Queen Elizabeth Park.

One of Ireland’s brightest young talents completes move across the water

Chris Forrester is on his way to Peterborough.

‘I don’t think Ireland play a lot of rugby’ – Victorious Wales coach Gatland

The 2013 Lions boss says Ireland were narrow and didn’t make Wales uncomfortable in defence.

Ireland’s World Cup pool rivals Italy hit for 6 by Scotland

Only a defensive howler allowed the Azzurri on the scoreboard.

Déise delight as Waterford book place in first intermediate final in 3 years

Aileen Wall starred in today’s All-Ireland ladies intermediate football semi-final.

Earls set for concussion protocols as Schmidt makes positive report

The Munster wing was stretchered off after lying motionless for some minutes.

Dan Martin’s Vuelta a Espana is over after nasty crash

The Irishman has gone to hospital after a collision during today’s stage.

Man City continue 100% start to the season with club record win, West Brom defeat nine-man Stoke City

Elsewhere, a Callum Wilson overhead kick earned Bournemouth a point at home to Leicester.

Comical defending sees Liverpool slump to heavy Anfield defeat

West Ham stunned Brendan Rodgers’ side at Anfield.

Chelsea suffer second loss in 100 home games under Mourinho

The Londoners’ poor start to the season continued, as goals from Bakary Sako and Joel Ward consigned the hosts to a shock loss.

Iain Henderson and 3 other Irish players who impressed against Wales

Robbie Henshaw, Peter O’Mahony and Rob Kearney were strong on their returns.

Here’s how Ireland rated in a bruising battle with Wales

It was an intense and difficult day for Joe Schmidt’s men.

Concern for Earls as Schmidt’s Ireland come up short against Wales

Ireland were beaten by a physical, ferocious Welsh defence as Luke Fitzgerald was also injured.

Liverpool’s disastrous day continues as Coutinho is sent off

The Brazilian has been sent off for a second bookable offence.

Stoke earned two straight red cards in five first-half minutes

Midfielders Ibrahim Afellay and Charlie Adam have been shown straight red cards.

Iain Henderson steamrolled four Welsh defenders to draw Ireland level

The Ulster man isn’t doing his chances of a World Cup starting berth any harm at all.

Arsenal’s striker problems evident again as they edge past 10-man Newcastle

The Gunners were given a boost when Aleksandar Mitrovic was shown a straight red card early on.

Watch: Usain Bolt wins third gold medal in 4x100m relay, Great Britain and USA botch handovers

Bolt lead Jamaica to victory in a time of 37.36 seconds.

As it happened: Ireland v Wales, summer international

We’re going minute-by-minute as Joe Schmidt dims the lights at the last chance saloon.

As it happened: Liverpool v West Ham, Premier League

Liverpool took on West Ham, as Brendan Rodgers’ men attempted to continue their unbeaten start to the Premier League season.

Celtic agree loan-deal for Manchester United defender

The 21-year-old made 11 appearances for United last season.

Newcastle’s €17.8m signing consolidates bad-boy reputation with straight red card

Newcastle’s €17.8m signing consolidates bad-boy reputation with straight red card

There is some debate over whether the decision to dismiss the youngster was correct.

Munster have issued an update on Francis Saili’s worrying injury

The Kiwi centre sustained a concussion but an initial x-ray proved to be positive.

‘West Ham were three hours away from appointing Rafa Benitez’

The former Liverpool boss eventually opted to join Real Madrid to replace Carlo Ancelotti.

De Bruyne set to join Man City for reported €74million fee

German broadcaster Sport1 showed the player boarding a private jet at Braunschweig airport.

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