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Today’s News

'It has definitely been everything I thought it would be and more' - Zebo

The former Munster fullback won’t ever give up on his dream of playing for Ireland again.

Yesterday’s News

Icardi settles Milan derby with dramatic late winner

Inter captain Mauro Icardi capitalised on an error from Gianluigi Donnarumma to head in an injury-time winner at San Siro.

'It was his job to get on the ball and make things happen and at times he didn’t do that' Response This post contains videos

'It was his job to get on the ball and make things happen and at times he didn’t do that'

Seamus Coleman has hit back at recent criticism from pundit Keith Andrews.

Five-time All-Ireland winner takes charge of Kildare hurlers

David Herity recently left his role as Dublin camogie boss.

Hamilton denied title party as Raikkonen wins in Austin F1

Hamilton denied title party as Raikkonen wins in Austin

Kimi Raikkonen claimed victory at the United States Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton was made to wait another week to be crowned champion.

'Leeds United were over for a second or third look at me the day I got my ankle broken in two places'

Con McLaughlin, the first Donegal man to score 100 goals in the League of Ireland, looks back on his career.

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.

Geaney grabs hat-trick while Clifford is sent-off on contrasting day for Kerry forwards

Dingle defeated East Kerry in this Kerry SFC semi-final replay by 13 points.

Mariota misses two-point conversion attempt as Chargers hang on for Wembley win

Elsewhere, Tom Brady threw three TDs as the New England Patriots defeated the Chicago Bears.

Naomh Eanna seal historic first Wexford hurling title as Ballyhale score late goal to book Kilkenny final

County star Conor McDonald helped himself to two goals for the new Wexford champions.

Leinster champions Moorefield retain Kildare football title

First-half goals from Mark McDermott and Eddie Heavey set them on their way.

Palace miss penalty and lose to late Everton double

Everton claimed a third successive Premier League win thanks to late goals from super subs Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun.

Crossmaglen champions of Armagh for the first time since 2015, while Coalisland gain Tyrone final revenge

We run through all the big results from Ulster club football action.

Kilmacud and Ballyboden play out helter-skelter extra-time draw to force final replay

Crokes and St Enda’s will have to do it all over again next Sunday.

'It was a huge occasion for them and you could see what it meant to them'

Leinster boss Leo Cullen rued his team’s inaccuracies as they came up short in Toulouse.

'I thought there was a choke coming!': Kennedy laughs off opponent's judo antics on famous weekend for Gorey The Gorey Garda This post contains videos

'I thought there was a choke coming!': Kennedy laughs off opponent's judo antics on famous weekend for Gorey

Unbeaten heavyweight Niall Kennedy was left with ‘a dead right arse cheek’ after his impressive win in Boston.

Mullingar Shamrocks end St Loman's dominance in Westmeath as Corofin advance in Galway

Adare lifted the Limerick football title this afternoon.

'This has been a long, hard road': Carnacon stroll to Mayo ladies title with 33-point mauling

Knockmore were on the receiving end of a heavy defeat.

Glasgow a few shades better and claim bonus point win in Cardiff Colour Clash This post contains videos

Glasgow a few shades better and claim bonus point win in Cardiff

Jonny Gray finished off a sensational team try to seal the bonus point for the Warriors.

Favourites Nenagh beaten as Clonoulty/Rossmore land first Tipp title in 21 years

West Tipperary side hit the last four points of the game to claim the victory.

Leinster brought back down to earth with narrow defeat to thrilling Toulouse

Leo Cullen’s side led only once at Stade Ernest Wallon and came up short on a 28-27 scoreline.

Chick scores 89th minute try after 39 phases as Newcastle snatch late win over Montpellier Late Late Show This post contains videos

Chick scores 89th minute try after 39 phases as Newcastle snatch late win over Montpellier

Newcastle followed their away win over Toulon with another dramatic victory over French powerhouses Montpellier.

As it happened: Toulouse v Leinster, Champions Cup

We went minute-by-minute as the four-time champions met in France.

Mourinho's 'raw emotion' during Chelsea touchline drama is no problem for Gary Neville

The Man United boss was involved in ugly scenes after Chelsea denied his side a victory at Stamford Bridge.

Golf has a new world number one as Koepka dethrones Johnson following CJ Cup win

The three-time major winner overtook Dustin Johnson in the world rankings after winning in South Korea on Sunday.

Katie McCabe's portrait 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.

LeBron James acts as peacemaker as LA Lakers home debut ends in ugly brawl Brawl This post contains videos

LeBron James acts as peacemaker as LA Lakers home debut ends in ugly brawl

In his official home bow, LeBron and the Lakers were beaten 124-115 by the Houston Rockets.

Chasing Kona: From 60-a-day smoker to elite Ironman Making A Change This post contains videos

Chasing Kona: From 60-a-day smoker to elite Ironman

Dubliner Rob Cummins gave up smoking at 27 and rose to the top of one of the world’s toughest endurance sports.

Zombie cockroaches, the AFC South and your NFL week 7 preview

The division continually flatters to deceive, says Steve O’Rourke.

'I expected a lot more': Taylor frustrated by negative Serrano and hopes her sister shows up for a scrap

‘I’d rather be knocked out while giving it my all than just survive for the 10 rounds,’ admitted a dissatisfied Katie Taylor.

Late slump and injuries a concern as Munster march ahead in pool race

There was a lot to like about the stars Munster had on show and the pool standings are in great shape given the stars they have done without.

'I don't regret it, I don't hold any bad feelings. Things happen for a reason'

Cork’s John Murphy on breaking through at Aston Villa, marking David Beckham and what might have been.

Changing seasons - from All-Ireland club final goalkeeper to Clare county final manager

Kevin Sheehan has filled different roles with Ballyea since St Patrick’s Day 2017.

'We got a glimmer of what we're capable of' - Ulster still a work in progress

Dan McFarland’s men had some superb attacking moments but came up well short against Racing 92.

Ireland's second fastest marathon runner ever on representing Australia and realising her potential at 41

Mayo native Sinead Diver reflects on her phenomenal Melbourne Marathon triumph.

Attacking champions Leinster keen for even better in Toulouse

Leo Cullen’s side were looking to build on the eight-try rout of Wasps.

Taylor toys with tough Cindy Serrano to retain titles in Boston as a 'Notorious' fan watches on

Taylor tormented Serrano for 10 rounds en route to a shutout victory.

James Tennyson falls short in first world title tilt as he’s stopped by classy Farmer

Tevin Farmer retained his belt with a sensational display at Boston’s TD Garden.

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