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Today’s News

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.

Thomas drops shot as McIlroy endures testing morning

Rory McIlroy did some impressive scrambling early on day two at The Open.

Irish striker Anthony Stokes finds signs for club in the Middle East

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

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.

'Eleven weeks is simply a remarkable period to go without a home league fixture'

Sligo Rovers have released a statement criticising the decision to postpone their weekend clash against Dundalk.

'I'll stay': Neymar vows PSG return amid Real Madrid speculation

The star forward has no plans to leave the Ligue 1 holders following the World Cup in Russia, where Brazil lost in the quarter-finals.

7s World Cup a golden gateway for Ireland to show fruits of their labour

The short form of the game has in-built hurdles, but this weekend is a big opportunity for it to make a mark.

'What are you waiting for?' - Alisson reveals Salah texts that convinced him to join Liverpool

The Brazil international will team up once more with his former Roma companion, who was instrumental in sealing the move to Anfield.

'Players shouldn't accept it, fans shouldn't accept it, clubs shouldn't accept it'

Midfielder Eoin Wearen discusses Limerick’s recent financial problems and the players’ threat of strike action.

Ibrahimovic vows to honour David Beckham bet and wear England shirt at Wembley

The LA Galaxy star lost a bet to Beckham after England beat Sweden in the World Cup quarter-finals.

'He was coming back off a really difficult winter' - Limerick boss praises recovery of Casey

John Kiely praised the recovery of Peter Casey’s ahead of Limerick’s All-Ireland semi-final meeting with Cork.

'I don't give a f***' – Four-time All-Star Cousins hits back at critics after Warriors move

DeMarcus Cousins’ decision to join the Golden State Warriors from the New Orleans Pelicans came as a surprise to many.

'Too many times West of Ireland teams shy away from being favourites' - Galway boss Glennon

Galway take on Waterford in the TG4 All-Ireland senior championship tomorrow in St Brendan’s Park.

Carbery and Munster to tackle Leinster early, both provinces due in South Africa on the same November weekend

There will be two rounds of inter-pros before European competition kicks off this season.

Yesterday’s News

Spain taxes chased Ronaldo away from Real Madrid, says La Liga president

The Portuguese star has had his issues with the Spanish tax authority, and the league president believes Italy will prove more prosperous

Only one enforced change as Harte shows faith in Tyrone XV for visit of Dublin

Harte has largely stuck with the same starting side that comprehensively saw off both Cork and Roscommon.

Liverpool complete signing of Alisson in world-record deal for a goalkeeper

The Brazil international has completed his move from Roma.

Sublime Duffy wonder goal inspires Europa League qualifier win as Dundalk see off Tallinn VAN BASTEN This post contains videos

Sublime Duffy wonder goal inspires Europa League qualifier win as Dundalk see off Tallinn

Michael Duffy and Pat Hoban were on the scoresheet as Dundalk booked their place in the second round of the Europa League qualifiers.

'I'm not enjoying what I'm doing': Cazorla plays through pain on first run-out in nearly two years

After appearing in a pre-season game for Villarreal, Santi Cazorla has admitted he is still not 100% healthy.

Cindy Serrano claims Katie Taylor is scared to fight her sister ahead of October scrap

The elder Serrano sister will aim to derail Taylor’s best laid plans in October.

'We look forward to returning to playing football' - Bray players temporarily halt strike action

Players confirmed on Thursday evening that payment had been received for missing wages from last month.

Hoops exit Europa League despite courageous battle through extra-time in Stockholm

Shamrock Rovers bowed out in their Europa League first-round qualifier after extra-time in Sweden.

Kisner leads scorched Open Championship after day of mixed fortunes for Irish contingent

With Dustin Johnson falling way down the field, Brooks Koepka was the real hero of the day.

Flying parents in, showing rugby stars around, making AFL debuts - Irish duo's Aussie Rules progress

Kilkenny’s Darragh Joyce and and Tipperary’s Colin O’Riordan have both hit a milestone in recent weeks.

McIlroy two-under and in contention at The Open despite persistent putting problem

Padraig Harrington endured a tough back nine to finish with 76.

Derry City fall agonisingly short of famous turnaround in Belarus

The Candystripes were just a goal away from dumping Dinamo Minsk out on their own patch.

Brentford's Championship rivals make Ireland international Egan their club-record signing

The Cork native has become Sheffield United’s most expensive ever signing.

From TheJournal.ie GAA refuses permission for Liam Miller tribute match to be hosted at Páirc Uí Chaoimh Cork GAA

GAA refuses permission for Liam Miller tribute match to be hosted at Páirc Uí Chaoimh

The 45,000-capacity ground can only be used for GAA matches unless an exemption is given at the association’s annual Congress.

Thomas triumphs in yellow, but booed on Alpe d'Huez TDF

Thomas triumphs in yellow, but booed on Alpe d'Huez

Dan Martin came home in 12th on a dramtic day in the high mountains.

Monaghan's McKenna lands 5th pro fight in Hollywood - and Irish fans will be able to watch it

‘The Silencer”s ascent to stardom will continue on Saturday 11 August, and his fight will be available for all to watch.

US host spars with French envoy over 'African-ness' of World Cup champs Controversy This post contains videos

US host spars with French envoy over 'African-ness' of World Cup champs

‘The Daily Show’ has drawn the ire of France’s ambassador to the US.

Klopp forces Henderson to take holiday despite risk to Liverpool's Premier League opener

The Reds could be without their captain and Croatian defender Dejan Lovren when they start the 2018-19 campaign against West Ham.

Sanchez granted US entry for Manchester United's pre-season games

The Chilean had previously been denied entry due to an ‘administrative issue’.

Ireland international Colin Doyle completes Scottish Premiership move

The 33-year-old Cork-born goalkeeper will make a fresh start after signing a two-year deal with Hearts.

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