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Today’s News

Dardis to the rescue for Ireland as late O'Brien try delivers win over Chile

A thundering run from Pedro Verschae threatened to derail Ireland’s World Cup campaign.

Yesterday’s News

UCD extend First Division lead as Harps and Shels play out third draw of the season

Cabinteely moved further clear of Cobh Ramblers in midtable with a 2-0 home win.

O'Neill shows faith as Kildare remain unchanged while Galway make one enforced switch

Kildare are again unchanged for the visit of Galway this Sunday.

Byrne the hero with two in three minutes as Saints end losing streak in dramatic fashion Conan The Barbarian This post contains videos

Byrne the hero with two in three minutes as Saints end losing streak in dramatic fashion

Conan Byrne scored two second-half goals in the space of three minutes to hand Limerick a deflating defeat.

Woe continues for hapless Seagulls as Bohemians dish out six goal thrashing

Keith Long’s side put struggling Bray Wanderers to the sword with a landslide win in Phibsborough.

Ireland women's 7s dump out England to book World Cup quarter-final with Black Ferns Famous Win This post contains videos

Ireland women's 7s dump out England to book World Cup quarter-final with Black Ferns

Ireland’s quarter-final versus the Black Ferns will be broadcast live on Eir Sport from 1:30am.

Confident McIlroy in contention as housemates Kisner and Johnson set British Open pace

Rory McIlroy is in a strong position at the British Open after shooting a second-round 67 on Friday.

UCD lecturer Rouse will not continue as Offaly football manager after two months in charge

Paul Rouse will not be continuing as Offaly manager due to ‘work, family and travel commitments’.

All change in Kerry full-back line as Monaghan stick to winning XV

Éamonn Fitzmaurice has named a brand new full-back line for Kerry’s Phase 2 fixture.

James McClean undergoes Stoke medical with Ireland international set for transfer

The winger is expected to sign for Championship side Stoke City this weekend after undergoing a medical.

Ireland's Ryan Burnett selects familiar four-weight world champ for Super Series quarter-final Ballsy Call This post contains videos

Ireland's Ryan Burnett selects familiar four-weight world champ for Super Series quarter-final

Just months after his thriller with Carl Frampton, Nonito Donaire will take on another Belfast boxing icon.

Liverpool goalkeeper joins Leicester in €14 million deal

Danny Ward has signed a four-year deal with the Foxes.

Diving school! Neymar teaches kids to fall and roll in tongue-in-cheek video

The Brazilian superstar was widely lambasted at the World Cup for his theatrical reactions to challenges.

Good news for Tottenham as attacking duo sign new contracts

Son Heung-min and Erik Lamela have committed to Spurs.

From TheJournal.ie Pressure mounts on GAA after Liam Miller tribute match sells out within minutes Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Pressure mounts on GAA after Liam Miller tribute match sells out within minutes

The move may fall foul of a 2016 ruling by the European Commission over a €30m grant from the Government for the stadium’s redevelopment.

Grants being paid to GAA players as Sport Ireland and GPA reach compromise on home addresses

Players must now provide the GAA with their home addresses before 31 March each year.

From TheJournal.ie Plans for new 12,000-seater St Pat's stadium to be dropped in favour of housing development Housing

Plans for new 12,000-seater St Pat's stadium to be dropped in favour of housing development

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy is expected to announce plans early next week for the construction of 500 homes in the area.

McIlroy well-placed for the weekend and determined to go down swinging

“Sunday at Augusta was a big learning curve,” says the 29-year-old aiming for a second Claret Jug this weekend.

Tony Cascarino 'doing well' after 12-hour brain surgery

The ex-Ireland striker went under the knife to have a tumour ‘the size of a golf ball’ removed.

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Sagan wins Tour's 13th stage, Thomas still in yellow

Dan Martin is up to 13th in the overall classification meanwhile.

Rollercoaster Open round is no fun ride for Tiger

Kevin Kisner is motoring nicely meanwhile.

Real Madrid unveil €45m Brazilian teenager Vinicius Junior

The 18-year-old forward arrives at the European champions from Flamengo.

Tribes on top! Galway football is riding the crest of a wave across the board

It’s been a great period of football success in the West.

AC Milan reinstated to European football after successfully overturning Uefa ban FFP

AC Milan reinstated to European football after successfully overturning Uefa ban

The Rossoneri will be permitted to take part in the Europa League this season thanks to today’s ruling in Lausanne.

Eventing rider Jonty Evans regains consciousness and showing positive signs

The 46-year-old ‘is beginning to interact positively with the medical team and his family,’ says a statement released today.

'I wouldn't agree with the notion that players don't enjoy it. They're not slaves to the system'

We caught up with Tom McGlinchey after his four-year reign in charge of the Waterford footballers came to an end.

Fabinho backs Liverpool to win title, dreams of luring Mbappe to Anfield

The Reds finished 25 points behind City in fourth place last term.

Zach Johnson sets British Open pace as Fleetwood and McIlroy fire

McIlroy shot his second successive 69 to go to four-under for the tournament, two shots off the clubhouse lead.

Gary Neville embroiled in Twitter row after controversial signing of Irish striker

Adam Rooney’s move from Aberdeen to Salford has provoked plenty of debate.

'My first touch in Gaelic football': Vialli and Redknapp get to grips with their new GAA clubs

In this week’s episode of The Toughest, Luca is told all about the amateur ethos of the GAA.

'If the FAI want licensing to be taken seriously, they need to treat breaches more severely'

Bray Wanderers and Limerick are entirely responsible for their recent late payment of wages, writes John O’Sullivan.

Irish striker Anthony Stokes signs for club in the Middle East

The Ireland international has penned a two-year deal with Iranian side Tractor Sazi.

Early Savea score tips the balance as Hurricanes see off Chiefs to make Super semis Blowback This post contains videos

Early Savea score tips the balance as Hurricanes see off Chiefs to make Super semis

Either the Crusaders or the Sharks will be the semi-final opponents for the Hurricanes after they saw off the Chiefs in the last eight.

Roscommon defender handed black card reprieve and free to face Donegal

David Murray’s third black card of the season was overturned after an appeal.

Dundalk boss astonished by 'incredible technique' of Duffy's 'goal of the season' Cyprus Avenue This post contains videos

Dundalk boss astonished by 'incredible technique' of Duffy's 'goal of the season'

Stephen Kenny praised Michael Duffy’s stunning volley that helped Dundalk to advance in the Europa League.

'I want to see these people in Neymar's place... Criticising is a weapon of the weak'

Neymar was a regularly criticised during the World Cup, but Dani Alves feels he was unfairly treated.

Two changes to Kerry team for All-Ireland junior final as they bid for four in-a-row

The Kingdom face Galway in Ennis tomorrow afternoon.

Mourinho hails Dutch teenager Tahith Chong after impressive Man United cameo Hot Prospect This post contains videos

Mourinho hails Dutch teenager Tahith Chong after impressive Man United cameo

The Red Devils boss liked what he saw of the 18-year-old during their pre-season friendly with Club America.

Guardiola: It would've been a 'mistake' for Jorginho to join Man City

The manager wished the midfielder well after the Italy international turned down the Premier League champions for their rivals.

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