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Today’s News

Woods in sight of first win since 2013 as he leads Tour Championship by three

World number one Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy are in a tie for second.

Yesterday’s News

Anthony Joshua finds emphatic answer to Povetkin challenge to retain IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight titles

Alexander Povetkin drew blood from Anthony Joshua but the unified heavyweight champion responded emphatically with a seventh-round knockout.

Head knocks to Ryan and Leavy the only blemish on Leinster's night

Leo Cullen was pleased with the intensity his side showed in the bonus-point win over Edinburgh.

Asensio downs old club Espanyol to earn narrow victory as Real Madrid return to winning ways

Julen Lopetegui’s side defeated Espanyol 1-0 at home thanks to a first-half strike from Marco Asensio.

'He puts the fear of god in the opposition,' says Friend after relentless Aki display

The Australian was also delighted with the way his team held their nerve when Scarlets came back within six points in the letter stages.

Paddy McCourt scores during 7-1 win as Harps, Shelbourne and Drogheda wrap up First Division play-off spots

The final round of fixtures in the SSE Airtricity League First Division took place on Saturday night.

Leinster flex their muscle in Edinburgh arm-wrestle to claim five hard-earned points

Leo Cullen’s side made it back-to-back bonus-point wins at the RDS.

Cillian O'Connor scores 0-7 as Ballintubber book semi-final spot while Breaffy see off Westport

Ballintubber and Breaffy booked their places in the Mayo Senior Football Championship semi-finals.

Liverpool set club record with best start to a season after seven straight wins

The Reds defeated Southampton on Saturday to maintain their perfect start to the campaign.

Ex-Arsenal winger Gervinho runs the pitch to score outrageous Maradona-esque goal Incredible This post contains videos

Ex-Arsenal winger Gervinho runs the pitch to score outrageous Maradona-esque goal

The former Arsenal star notched his second goal of the season to help Parma clinch a comfortable win against Cagliari.

Kane on target to help Tottenham end three-match losing run

Harry Kane and Erik Lamela combined to guide Spurs to a hard-earned victory over Brighton.

Abbeyside see off last year's finalists to reach first Waterford decider in a decade

A slender win for Abbeyside over De La Salle, who defeated them in the 2008 Waterford senior hurling final.

Teenage striker scores debut double as brilliant Bohs extend winning run

The Gypises have now recorded nine victories on the trot after getting the better of St Patrick’s Athletic.

Super sub Dan Carr on target as Hoops secure fourth straight win with three points in Derry

Shamrock Rovers regained control of third spot with their sixth win in seven Premier Division appearances.

Awesome Aki and Carty class ensures Connacht dominate Scarlets

Tries from Tom Farrell, Cian Kelleher and Niyi Adeolokun gave Connacht their second win of the season.

No disciplinary action as Tyrone GAA rule Cavanagh injuries were accidental

The Competitions Control Committee were satisfied the referee dealt with the matter ‘appropriately.’

2017 Clare senior hurling champions and runners-up both crash out

Neither Sixmilebridge nor Clooney/Quin will be involved in the last four of the championship.

Australian Herbert seizes the lead as Lowry sits seven shots adrift in Portugal

Sergio Garcia, meanwhile, has shown a hint of form ahead of next week’s Ryder Cup.

Mourinho annoyed by Man United's blunt attack in Wolves draw

United dropped more points at home on Saturday.

Two Ireland strikers among the goals in the Championship as O'Shea sees red

Here’s how the sizeable Irish contingent fared this afternoon in the second tier of English football.

Moutinho stunner sees Man United falter at home again

The Red Devils were held by Wolves at Old Trafford.

Liverpool make it six Premier League wins from six as Klopp's men ease past Saints

Goals from Joel Matip, Mohamed Salah and an unfortunate own goal Wesley Hoedt helped Liverpool to a comfortable win.

From TheJournal.ie A bid to keep GAA fan haunt the Big Tree serving on match days has been blocked Wide Of The Mark

A bid to keep GAA fan haunt the Big Tree serving on match days has been blocked

The site is being turned into a hotel, but publican Louis Fitzgerald wanted to keep the beer garden open.

O'Kane determined to return stronger from 'the worst experience of my life'

The Leeds United midfielder fractured the tibia and fibula in his left leg while on loan at Luton Town.

Ronaldo vows to lose weight and assist training after buying La Liga club

Having recently become chairman of Real Valladolid, the Brazilian icon says he will shed the pounds in a bid to help the club succeed.

Joint top-scorer Mitrovic continues prolific form to secure a point for Fulham

After Watford led inside the opening two minutes, Fulham had their in-form striker to thank for rescuing the game.

'It's great to be back and I just hope we get a win': Sir Alex returns to Old Trafford

Man United’s legendary former manager returns for the first time since his health scare.

Modric given suspended prison sentence in Spanish tax case

The World Cup finalist has been hit with a fine of just over €348,000.

As it happened: Liverpool vs Southampton & Man United vs Wolves, Premier League match tracker

Liverpool welcomed Southampton to Anfield while Wolves made the trip to Old Trafford to take on Man United.

Walker 'hurt' by Pochettino claims: 'He didn't tell the correct story, no way'

Mauricio Pochettino’s account of Kyle Walker’s move to Manchester City has upset the England defender.

'Everyone loves Shaq' – Klopp says Shaqiri's time will come at Liverpool

The Reds manager praised the Swiss international’s presence in the dressing room since arriving from Stoke.

'There's a smile on my face now': Denise O'Sullivan on banishing the darkness and living her American dream

The Corkonian plays in her second successive championship final in the US later today. It’s been a rapid and remarkable turnaround.

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Santry 1958: 60 years on from the race of the century

Dan Carbery was 19 when he raced against Olympic champions in what turned out to be a record-breaking race in Santry.

Tiger ready to 'hang in there' at East Lake

Tied for the lead at the Tour Championship, Tiger Woods said he must continue to “grind” at East Lake.

'He's the only assistant who gets this much publicity. It’s bonkers' - Mick McCarthy on Saipan and Roy Keane

And the former Ireland boss admits he knew the Saipan pitch was ‘shite’.

'We wanted to give these players a high-performance environment'

Ireland Women head coach Adam Griggs is leading the ‘emerging talent day’ at Abbottstown.

Nephew of a Wallaby wing, Monty Ioane now making his own name in Pro14

The 23-year-old Aussie wing is a crucial player for the ever-improving Benetton.

'At times during my career I felt I was the only one on the planet that felt like this'

Sean Cavanagh discusses the obsession that drove him to greatness.

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