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Today’s News

Three home-based players called up as Ireland U21s aim to end qualifying on a high

Dundalk and Cork City have had fixtures rescheduled as a result.

Tom Brady, Serena Williams, Ben Affleck and the 20 other new investors in the UFC

Li Na isn’t going to stand for any more of Conor McGregor’s carry-on.

Worcester give captain Van Velze extended break from rugby after latest concussion

‘The long-term welfare of the player is of utmost importance.’

Edinburgh lock gets two-week ban for charge on Munster's O'Donoghue

Fraser McKenzie had already been omitted from the squad for tonight’s clash with Connacht before today’s ruling was released.

Ben Te'o one of seven uncapped players included in England squad

Eddie Jones’ side are preparing for Tests against South Africa, Fiji, Argentina and Australia.

Galway United cite a lack of progress as the reason for parting company with manager Tommy Dunne

The Tribesmen lie in ninth position in the Premier Division table after a poor run of results.

'That is something I would never, ever do. I would not put myself in that position'

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink insists he never would never take payment for transfers after he was targeted by the Telegraph’s corruption probe.

Higgins to make 125th Mayo appearance as Rochford names team for All-Ireland final replay

Cillian O’Connor will captain the team against Dublin.

O'Mahony returns at last after injury to Munster squad as Erasmus makes 8 changes

Starts for Simon Zebo, Tommy O’Donnell and Donnacha Ryan.

Move over, Coldplay - the Super Bowl is going Gaga

Lady Gaga gets the nod for Super Bowl LI half-time show.

Bowe set for 1st Ulster outing in 5 months against former club Ospreys

Craig Gilroy is back in the side alongside fullback Charles Piutau.

Ian Nagle's Leinster debut one of 9 changes for Cardiff trip

The former Munster lock will make his first appearance since joining Leo Cullen’s side during the summer.

Dundalk earned more last night than they would winning three league titles

The SSE Airtricity League Premier Division champions have already picked up over €6 million for their European achievements.

Here's how the card looks for the UFC's return to Ireland as another home favourite is added

UFC Fight Night 99 will take place in Belfast on 19 November.

Lansdowne look for 3rd win on the trot, Cookies welcome 'Tarf and all your UBL previews

Meanwhile, Shannon, Dolphin and UCC will hope to claim their first wins of the season in division 1b.

Kilduff named alongside Totti in Uefa's Europa League Team of the Week

The Dundalk centre forward is in good company.

'One day if I am free, why not?' Wenger open to England job

Arsene Wenger has ruled out leaving Arsenal for England right now, but he can see himself coach The Three Lions in the future.

Good captain, bad captain... whatever

Tommy Martin on the myth-making around Ryder Cup captaincy.

Clarke insists Danny Willett still has a big role to play, despite opening match omission

The Masters champion was at the heart of this week’s controversy.

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Green lights up Cincinnati in Bengals win over Miami

The receiver ran in a touchdown and accounted for 173 yards in the win over the Dolphins.

World medallist Harrington working as hospital dinner lady to fund training

The World silver medallist is preparing for next month’s European Championships without any state funding.

The sniff of competitive rugby has Peter O'Mahony straining at the leash

The Corkman is looking forward to ‘ throwing myself about and seeing how I get on’.

Brendan Rodgers believes Celtic could be a top-four club in England

Rodgers says Celtic would be an “exciting prospect” south of the border, but he says teams in England see them as a threat.

Three wins on the trot for United but Mourinho not 'over the moon'

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s header gave Manchester United a 1-0 win over Zorya last night in the Europa League.

Yesterday’s News

Rose and Stenson lead Europe into Ryder Cup as opening foursomes are revealed

They tee off tomorrow at 1.35pm Irish time.

Europa League knockout stages attainable after Dundalk's most impressive victory so far

Stephen Kenny is eager to turn his focus to Sunday’s FAI Cup semi-final with Derry City, however.

10 of the best pictures from another memorable European night for Dundalk

The League of Ireland side secured the country’s first-ever win in the group stages of a European competition.

Southampton assistant boss the latest victim of newspaper sting

The club have issued a statement regarding the accusations facing Eric Black.

Goalscoring hero Ciaran Kilduff savours 'surreal' moment as Dundalk continue to make history

The striker scored the winning goal in tonight’s Europa League encounter.

Ibrahimovic on target as Man United claim dour victory over Zorya Luhansk

The Swedish striker scored the only goal of the game.

Birthday boy Kilduff pounces again as Dundalk take their biggest European scalp yet

Stephen Kenny’s men recorded an incredible 1-0 victory over Maccabi Tel Aviv tonight.

Here's the Dundalk goal that gave Irish football its first European group stage win Historic This post contains videos

His rivals may feel hard done by but Conor has earned this historic opportunity

John Kavanagh, Conor McGregor’s head coach, writes exclusively ahead of McGregor’s return at UFC 205.

The water slide accident that cost Jack Carty his spleen and a Pro12 final

“What if I didn’t go on holidays to Dubai — if I had just stayed at home and kept the head down?”

We'll Leave It There So: Dubs reject Keegan campaign claims, Paulie's speech and today's sport

Elsewhere, Munster’s Peter O’Mahony could finally make his return to action this weekend while Roy Keane is having none of Theo Walcott.

As it happened: Man United v Zorya Luhansk, Europa League

Manchester United got their Europa League campaign back on track with a 1-0 win.

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Europe's golfers challenged a heckler to make the putt he slagged them for missing

David Johnson found himself at the heart of the action at Hazeltine this afternoon.

As it happened: Dundalk v Maccabi Tel Aviv, Europa League

After an encouraging result in their opening Group D game, the Lilywhites faced Israeli opposition at Tallaght Stadium.

The progress of Tipperary's Callanan into the most lethal inside forward in hurling

In three seasons, the Drom-Inch man has become the star up front for Tipperary.

Klopp warns Liverpool squad about social media after Sakho's outburst

Jurgen Klopp says Mamadou Sakho’s social media criticism has been dealt with and has urged him to work hard to salvage his Liverpool career.

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