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Today’s News

'I understand that I'm more expendable... you want to be selfless towards the team'

James Lowe says he has to accept the ‘non-European’ rule and work for his Leinster team-mates.

Conor McGregor throws pass for Cowboys before big Dallas win

The UFC star was a guest of the NFL side as they defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.

Red letter day for Munster heroes expected and unexpected

From chasing to counter-rucking, Munster’s scrum-half proved doubters wrong in Devon.

Five years after his world 'shattered around him' in the ring, Tennyson fights for the world title in Boston

On 19 October 2013, Ireland’s James Tennyson was stopped by a 2-64-5 Latvian journeyman. On 20 October 2018, he fights for the world title at Boston’s TD Garden.

'I'd like to be coaching this side of the sea': Murphy concerned by Premiership workload

The Leicester Tigers interim head coach watched his side fall away in Belfast on Saturday.

Carbery shows class throughout ferocious battle

The out-half had a sinking feeling when he his wind-assisted clearance kick invited pressure. But he will be stronger for the experience in Sandy Park.

Peter Brackley, the legendary voice of Football Italia, dies aged 67 RIP

Peter Brackley, the legendary voice of Football Italia, dies aged 67

The broadcaster covered four World Cups throughout his career but is most fondly remembered as the man charged with covering Serie A for Channel 4

'I think the victory certainly hurt me much more psychologically than my injury'

France defender Laurent Koscielny has confirmed his international career is over.

Yesterday’s News

Mum's the word as gloves hand Pepperell British Masters title

The English star survived torrential rain to triumph.

Last-gasp goal saves Italy, gives Mancini first competitive win Relief This post contains videos

Last-gasp goal saves Italy, gives Mancini first competitive win

The result keeps the Azzurri’s Nations League hopes alive.

Seattle Seahawks soar at jam-packed Wembley Stadium

Quarterback Russell Wilson threw for three touchdowns in the victory, coach Pete Carroll’s franchise record 91st at the helm.

Cork football semi-final goes to second replay after dramatic finish

Castlehaven and Duhallow will have to do battle once more.

Clann na nGael, Aughawillan and Portlaoise among the big winners in today's GAA county finals

Meanwhile, the Wexford and Wicklow deciders both went to replays.

'Boredom leads to a lot of things and we ended up going to the pub and wasting ourselves'

Remembered best for scoring two goals in the Old Firm derby, ex-Celtic midfielder Paul Byrne has more than his fair share of regrets.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

Some of the defining moments from a busy week of sporting action.

'I have obviously got a lot of faith in him as a player' - O'Neill on Ireland's man of the match

The Ireland boss reserved high praise for makeshift midfielder Cyrus Christie last night.

Wolves star on target as Ronaldo-less Portugal too good for Scotland Outclassed This post contains videos

Wolves star on target as Ronaldo-less Portugal too good for Scotland

Hélder Costa, Macedo Lopes and Tué Na Bangna got the goals for the visitors.

Belvo and champs UL Bohs gain ground in the Women's AIL as Cooke pick up first win

The champions were rampant at Annacotty, while Cooke notched a bonus-point win at Mary’s.

Tipp football champions knocked out as Cratloe's double dream in Clare ends

A last-gasp goal by Sean Carey in injury-time handed Moyle Rovers a 2-7 to 0-11 semi-final success.

Dr Crokes title defence remains on course as they ease into Kerry final

They secured a nine-point win over a Kerins O’Rahillys team that had beat them earlier in the Championship.

Lowndes the hero as Dunboyne dedicate first Meath title in 13 years to club man Sean Cox

Dunboyne won their first Meath SFC title since 2005 at Pairc Tailteann this evening.

Dublin set for new football champions after Jude's knock out Vincent's

Kilmacud Crokes booked a spot in the final yesterday.

Watch: 16-year-old Tottenham youngster's hat-trick helps seal qualification for Ireland U19s Hot Prospect This post contains videos

Watch: 16-year-old Tottenham youngster's hat-trick helps seal qualification for Ireland U19s

Troy Parrott is considered one of the most promising players in his age group.

Champions Na Piarsaigh battle past Kilmallock to book Limerick decider with Doon

Na Piarsaigh will contest their fifth Limerick SHC final in six years after a hard-fought win over Kilmallock.

Mayo native Sinéad Diver smashes course record and personal best to win Melbourne marathon

Diver became the second-fastest Irish female marathon runner of all time this morning.

Gareth Bale ruled out of Ireland-Wales Nations League clash

The Welsh FA confirmed today in a tweet that the Real Madrid star has returned to his club as he continues his recuperation.

Dingle strike six minutes into additional time to force Kerry SFC semi replay

Defender Tom O’Sullivan rescued a dramatic draw against a fancied East Kerry team.

Injury-time winner sees Doon through to first Limerick SHC final in 18 years

Denis Moloney strikes late winner against Patrickswell.

Portsmouth youngster recalled to Ireland senior squad ahead of Wales clash

Ronan Curtis has been promoted from the U21 team ahead of Tuesday’s Nations League game.

Gloucester get English clubs off the mark with Champions Cup win against Castres

Up next, it’s a trip to face Munster in Limerick next Saturday.

'The last time I played there I was about 14' Reaction This post contains videos

'The last time I played there I was about 14'

Ireland’s Cyrus Christie was unexpectedly put in an unfamiliar central midfield role against Denmark last night.

Ireland guarantee 13 (thirteen!) medals at European Junior Boxing Championships

Ireland will have the second-highest representation in Monday’s semis, behind only hosts Russia.

'Why are you smiling?': Sarri reveals bemusement at fun-loving Klopp after Hazard goal

The Italian was impressed that his German counterpart was still enjoying the spectacle at Stamford Bridge despite his team trailing at the time.

New US Gymnastics interim president retracts anti-Kaepernick tweet after criticism from Simone Biles

Mary Bono was appointed on Friday, and by Saturday she was taking heat from her star athlete.

Sam Bennett makes it a hattrick as he clinches green jersey at Tour of Turkey

Ireland’s Nicolas Roche finishes 10th in the general classification.

Mbappé's Time magazine cover and more tweets of the week

Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.

'Today was an ultimate low': Freddie Burns apologises for showboating horror show Crash And Burns This post contains videos

'Today was an ultimate low': Freddie Burns apologises for showboating horror show

Out-half Rhys Priestland says celebrations are something that Bath need to address as a squad.

From Enniskillen to Old Trafford: the 32-year-old Fermanagh native who's Jose Mourinho's right-hand man

Forced to retire from playing in his early 20s, Kieran McKenna has established an incredible coaching reputation in a very short space of time.

Man City deny reports that they made £1m/week bid to sign Lionel Messi

Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo say City were willing to triple Messi’s Barca salary.

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