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Dublin: 14 °C Monday 3 August, 2015

Today’s News

These Argentinian clubs engaged in an energy-sapping 34-second scrum Total Gridlock This post contains videos

These Argentinian clubs engaged in an energy-sapping 34-second scrum

That’s about 30 seconds longer than it needs to be.

George North is still not over concussion and won’t be risked Saturday

Neil Jenkins does not expect George North to feature for Wales against Ireland this weekend as they begin their World Cup preparations.

Teenage Cork defender facing 6 months sidelined with fractured leg

Stephen Cronin suffered the injury in action for his club this weekend.

Rafael gives thanks to fans and Fergie after agreeing 4-year contract with Lyon

The Ligue 1 club are believed to have paid €3.5 million for the Brazilian full back.

Eimear Scally inspires Cork to eighth All-Ireland minor A title

Scally, one of Cork’s goalscorer’s in last year’s sensational senior final fightback against Dublin, scored 0-5 to claim a minor medal at Semple Stadium.

Tiger Woods says he has turned a corner with his new swing

Tiger finished tied for 18th place at the Quicken Loans National last weekend, his best finish since the Masters in April.

Tynan takes Tipp into All-Ireland minor football semi-final

The former schools rugby star scored 1-5 in today’s win over Galway.

An 18-year-old swimmer broke the 1,500m world record today…by accident

Watch Katie Ledecky break her own world record in the 1,500 meter freestyle on Monday morning during a preliminary round.

‘In 2013, Mayo gave us a lesson in how to play football’ — Murphy determined to push Donegal to another level Hunger Games This post contains videos

‘In 2013, Mayo gave us a lesson in how to play football’ — Murphy determined to push Donegal to another level

A comfortable win over Galway won’t mean much when facing their another west coast powerhouse in Croke Park this weekend.

Pumas, side-stepping, and dealing with the end: Keith Wood’s stand-out RWC memories Captain Fantastic This post contains videos

Dublin’s dramatic Championship comes to an end as Wexford march in to final 4

Meanwhile, Cork’s semi-final clash with Kilkenny has been pushed back a day to facilitate their dual stars.

Ipswich sign another Irishman, United defender set for move away and all today’s transfer gossip

Also, the Benzema to Arsenal rumours continue with two conflicting reports.

Seventh heaven for Cork as All-Ireland champions destroy Meath by 40 points

Áine O’Sullivan scored 3-5 as the Rebels got their campaign back on track.

‘We’ll put 6-1 humiliation to bed’ — Henderson eyes revenge against Stoke

The Reds’ skipper believes ‘there couldn’t be a better place’ to start their season.

Geaney the star man again as Kerry stroll into another All-Ireland semi-final

The Kingdom’s title defence remains alive.

Avoiding the dreaded ‘undercooked’ tag and 3 big wishes ahead of Ireland’s RWC warm-up fixtures

The World Cup is just around the corner and nerves are jangling.

Cork GAA blames referee, scheduling and weather for All-Ireland exit in remarkable statement

The County Board also thanked former manager Brian Cuthbert.

Poll: Are you a fan of the Fantasy Premier League’s new features? Fantasy Football This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you a fan of the Fantasy Premier League’s new features?

Here’s each of the new features and how they might affect your usual strategy and game-play.

Adidas forced to defend Man United’s ‘sexist’ women’s shirt

The club’s new kit supplier after released a statement amid criticism of the design.

6 bargains you should have in your Fantasy Premier League team

Time is running out for people across the country to get their Fantasy football squads sorted for the year ahead.

Cathal Pendred will face an undefeated Englishman at UFC Dublin

The Irish welterweight has got an opponent for 24 October.

‘There was a bit of a divot and he tripped into the net’ – Sean Quigley on that controversial goal

Joking aside, the Fermanagh forward believes the squad will have learnt a great deal from their day out at Croke Park.

Poll: Who do you now think will win Sam Maguire this year? Race For Sam This post contains a poll

The physicist hoping to defy gravity and claim another national title

Ian Rogers talks to us about falling in love with the pole vault at the age of three.

‘Wearing the Everton shirt again was a bit weird but it was nice to come back’

Roberto Martinez’s new striker looks familiar.

Limerick’s great escape is on and more of the weekend’s League of Ireland talking points

Plus, Dundalk’s strength in depth and Rovers stay in the hunt.

‘You’re trying to do things off the ball that help guys everywhere else’

Luke Fitzgerald explains what the role of a left wing entails with Ireland.

Johnny Doyle: Awesome Kerry, red-hot Dublin and Michael Murphy’s class

The42′s Gaelic football columnist takes a look back over the weekend action.

5 forwards capable of dominating the Rugby World Cup

Rucks, mauls, scrummaging… that sort of thing.

6 football podcasts you should subscribe to this season

We are just days away from the return of the Premier League.

‘The standard of sessions has gone through the roof’ – Trimble ready to prove his worth

Schmidt ‘values someone who makes other players look good’.

The former Cork hurler who swapped All-Ireland medals for 100-mile trail runs

Paul Tierney walked away from hurling as an All-Ireland winner at 22.

After putting it up to the Dubs, Fermanagh want a historic first Ulster title in 2016

Pete McGrath has set his sights on the Holy Grail next season.

Jim Gavin: ‘I can’t control the referee. I’m sure he did his best’

Controversial Fermanagh goal leaves Dubs boss scratching his head.

Cooper, Darran and O’Brien all back starring makes Kerry boss a happy man

Kerry’s forward line is looking strong.

Yesterday’s News

Do you agree with The Sunday Game’s man-of-the-match selection?

Stephen O’Brien, Colm Cooper and David Moran were the nominees.

Aidan O’Brien’s teenage son rode a memorable Galway winner this afternoon

Donnacha O’Brien claimed the feature on the final day of the festival.

Hooper free to face All Blacks after SANZAR appeal dismissed

Michael Hooper has been given the green light to play for Australia in the Rugby Championship decider against New Zealand.

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