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Today’s News

'They haven't seen the best of Sean Maguire' - Preston striker ready to repay fans for patience

The former Cork City forward has had endured a tough time with injury since joining the club in the summer of 2017.

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Donegal confirm Stephen Rochford appointment as coach

The former Mayo boss will work as part of Declan Bonner’s management team in 2019.

Dalo talks managing Kilmacud, Sheedy's return in Tipp and Keaney's leadership

Anthony Daly discusses all things hurling.

'Nothing fazes him': Cullen backs Larmour to take on Toulouse

Leinster’s head coach says his 21-year-old fullback is ‘getting better all the time’. A frightening prospect.

'Give me a break' - Benzema rubbishes reports of involvement in attempted kidnapping

A former acquaintance who owes Real Madrid’s French striker €50,000 has made the allegation.

Carragher reveals Liverpool 'astonishment' at Chelsea paying £50m for Torres

The former Spain forward struggled to justify a then-record fee upon his arrival at Stamford Bridge.

Cullen acutely aware of outside interest in Leinster talent as he wishes McCarthy well

The 23-year-old scrum-half has agreed a move to Munster next season.

'Disrespectful, disgusting' - Bayern bosses attack media

There has been much criticism of Bayern’s stars of late, particularly captain Manuel Neuer.

One of the Premiership's all-time leading try scorers set to make sensational switch to NFL - reports

Christian Wade has not been included in Wasps’ squad to face Bath on Saturday.

Eden Hazard 'happy' to finish career at Chelsea if Real Madrid move doesn't materialise

Eden Hazard 'happy' to finish career at Chelsea if Real Madrid move doesn't materialise

The Belgian was speaking to Sky Sports ahead of Saturday’s Premier League clash with Manchester United.

Conor McDonald: 'The town is going a little bit mental at the moment. Everyone is just raring to go.'

The Wexford star will feature in his club Naomh Éanna’s first county senior hurling final on Sunday.

Brazilian-born winger Pablo Cavalcante commits future to Dundalk

“It feels really good to sign for Dundalk but the hard work only starts now,” said the 18-year-old.

Tomane handed first European start for Leinster against Toulouse

Leo Cullen has made just one change from last week’s win over Wasps.

Connacht's new Australian playmaker poised to make his debut against Sale

David Horwitz is on the bench as Andy Friend makes seven changes for round two of the Challenge Cup.

Cooney misses out as McFarland rings trio of changes for Racing clash

Marty Moore makes the tomorrow’s starting line-up.

Wimbledon introduce final set tie-breaks following longest-ever semi-final

Kevin Anderson and John Isner played for over six-and-a-half hours this summer.

Why now, why not the top tier, what about Old Trafford? The story behind United's first pro women's team

‘The club don’t do anything by half measures,’ manager Casey Stoney explained at this week’s 20×20 launch.

Four changes to Munster team for Gloucester's trip to Thomond

Gloucester’s Gerbrandt Grobler has been named among the replacements for the clash with his former team.

'When I was a young fella growing up I never thought I’d even leave Clondalkin'

In his seventh year at Dundalk, Chris Shields is enjoying the best season of his career.

Phil Neville highlights disgraceful rape and death threats sent to England Women's players

Chelsea’s Karen Carney shared the abhorrent messages on her Instagram page.

5 problems that most people face when they start a new fitness programme

David Last talks us through some frequent traits when it comes to mobility, movement and nutrition.

Toulouse to appeal Kaino's five-week ban for 'striking with the shoulder'

The former All Black was suspended for a tackle on Bath’s Jamie Roberts.

Russian futsal player scores sensational own goal in Youth Olympics final Net-burster This post contains videos

Russian futsal player scores sensational own goal in Youth Olympics final

Danil Karpuik saw his side lose 4-1 to Brazil after the error handed them an opener.

'It's frustrating. There needs to be change' - Dublin camogie captain echoes team-mate's calls

Laura Twomey is one of the many, many camogie players across the country with similar strong opinions to Eve O’Brien.

Broncos thrash Cardinals to end losing streak TNF

Broncos thrash Cardinals to end losing streak

The pressure ramps up in Arizona meanwhile.

LeBron makes spectacular start on Lakers debut, but LA fall to Trail Blazers LBJ

LeBron makes spectacular start on Lakers debut, but LA fall to Trail Blazers

It might be a long season for The King in the west.

'I didn't want to become complacent, stale or stagnant': Girvan Dempsey on leaving Leinster

Having spent his entire playing and coaching career with the province, the former full-back moved to Bath earlier this year.

'We have no regrets - this is our best start after eight games': Pochettino fine with lack of signings

'We have no regrets - this is our best start after eight games': Pochettino fine with lack of signings

Much was made of the club’s lack of moves in the off-season but their boss believes it was the right decision.

In-form Farrell credits Aki influence after making massive strides

The 25-year-old went to Bedford before getting his big chance with the western province.

Must-win territory for Scarlets, but Welford Road an unhappy hunting ground

The 2017 Pro12 champs staged an unlikely comeback to reach the semis last season, but they need to hit their straps today to keep knockout hopes alive.

Quigley emerges victorious after serious scrap with veteran Hernandez

Jason Quigley was pushed to the edge of his collar by 39-year-old Freddy Hernandez.

Addison relishing Racing trip and another chance to impress for Ulster

The 26-year-old is touted by many as potential Ireland call-up next month.

Yesterday’s News

Rival clubs hover as Unai Emery fails to assure Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal future

The Wales international appears to be edging closer to an exit from the Emirates Stadium

After constant Mourinho criticism, it's been some turnaround for Luke Shaw at Old Trafford

The left-back has battled on to earn a new contract that seemed so unlikely such a short time ago.

'I'm just over the moon - all the hard work is paying off': Bronze medal for Cork's Sean McCarthy at Youth Olympics

The teenager came up short in the Men’s Kumite semi-finals but certainly made his mark on the tournament.

McCarthy's inter-provincial move from Leinster to Munster makes sense

The 23-year-old will shift to Limerick next season on a two-year contract.

'It was like I had a little Joe Schmidt on my right shoulder yelling at me': Mike Ross on his former gaffer

Former Ireland and Leinster prop Mike Ross was a guest on the latest episode of the Heineken Rugby Weekly.

'We didn’t just beat one of the best underage teams in the world by fluke, we played real football'

Andy Lyons talks to The42 about Ireland U19′s victory over the Netherlands, representing Bohs in the Uefa Youth League and why more young players need a chance at Ireland senior level.

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