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Today’s News

Long-standing Ireland hockey captain and Rio Olympian Ronan Gormley announces retirement

The defender won European bronze with Ireland in 2015 and represented his country at the Olympic Games.

For Liam: 30 of the best photos from a memorable afternoon in Cork

Liam Miller was remembered and honoured by those who played alongside him, worshiped him and loved him on Tuesday.

Ex-England prop Rowntree joins Georgia coaching team ahead of World Cup

Rowntree recently left his role with Harlequins, citing personal reasons.

Football legends pay tribute to the late Liam Miller at a packed Páirc Uí Chaoimh

The former Celtic, Manchester United and Ireland midfielder was remembered today in his hometown.

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‘England have got into his head’ – Shay Given hits out at Southgate over Rice pursuit

The former Ireland goalkeeper believes that the teenager should have “nailed his colours to the mast” after turning out for the country previously.

9 county hurling managers who came back for a second coming

Liam Sheedy is back in charge of Tipperary and he’s not the first boss to make a comeback.

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Watch: Denis Irwin scores first soccer goal at Páirc Uí Chaoimh with trademark penalty

Louis Saha, Robbie Keane and Colin Healy also found the back of the net during this afternoon’s Liam Miller tribute match.

Three-time All-Ireland winner Davey contemplating Dublin retirement

Lyndsey Davey recently collected her third All-Ireland medal.

'I haven't looked online and read any articles about it yet': Atlanta win still to sink in for Woods

Tiger Woods says he hasn’t yet had a chance to let his Tour Championship victory sink in.

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'I'm sure Liam will be looking down and will be delighted'

Former team-mates of Liam Miller have been paying tribute to him before the match in Páirc Uí Chaoimh today.

No Dublin return on the cards for two-time All-Star Rory O'Carroll

Paul Mannion says his fellow Kilmacud Crokes clubman “was just back for a wedding.”

Woodward backs Mourinho as Man United's revenue hits record high

The executive vice-chair has told shareholders he is “looking at the bigger picture” following the club’s inconsistent results so far this season.

British boxer Billy Joe Saunders fined £100,000 for callous online video

The WBO World middleweight champion also received a ‘severe reprimand’ as to his future conduct.

Fleetwood gets Guardiola support before Ryder Cup - 'He's somebody that's great to know'

Tommy Fleetwood will play in the Ryder Cup for the first time this week.

'It has hit everybody': Europe to pay tribute to young Spanish golfer at Ryder Cup RIP

'It has hit everybody': Europe to pay tribute to young Spanish golfer at Ryder Cup

Celia Barquin was murdered in Iowa last week, and Europe’s players will remember the 22-year-old.

Former Man United striker Rossi facing potential drugs ban

The 31-year-old free agent tested positive for dorzolamyde after a clash between his Genoa side and Beneveto last May.

Kleyn signs new Munster contract ahead of Ireland qualification in 2019

The second row has agreed a three-year extension with the southern province.

Long-serving St Pat's manager Liam Buckley resigns after seven years in charge LOI

Long-serving St Pat's manager Liam Buckley resigns after seven years in charge

The 58-year-old guided the club to a league title and an FAI Cup during his time at Richmond Park.

JVDF feeling stronger than ever after rehab race with Dubs star Brogan

The Leinster man wound up in the surgeon’s theatre on the same day as Brogan.

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'Shock and devastation': Monaghan GAA club will be shut 'for years' after sinkhole opens up

Francis Jones, who is the chairman of Magheracloone GAA Club, said the community has been left reeling by the incident.

'It's a massive toll, let's manage our expectations on how often we expect them to do it'

‘We’re still chasing rest,’ says Jason Cowman, who oversees the running of the IRFU’s player management programme.

Man Utd boss Mourinho is still special, insists Lampard

The ex-England midfielder had two spells under the Portuguese at Chelsea and has nothing but praise for what he has achieved.

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Steelers edge Buccaneers for first win

Mike Tomlin improved his record in ‘Monday Night Football’.

'What he did was send a tingle down the spines of supporters': The kid who lived his dreams

Liam Miller’s playing career was special and unique and awe-inspiring.

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The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world the Patriots are slow starters

The myth of New England as being slow out of the blocks is not something fans should cling on to writes Steve O’Rourke.

Sheedy: 'There was a burning desire in me that just wasn’t going away'

The 48-year-old is back in inter-county management after being ratified as the new Tipperary hurler boss last night.

Murray starts to take contact as he makes positive progress with neck injury

Munster will be without the scrum-half for a while yet, and Jerry Flannery says they need to make a statement against Ulster this weekend.

'There is an edge to Sean in everything he does': Leinster excited to have O'Brien back in harness

The Carlow man has been sidelined for five months after picking up a shoulder injury in a home loss to Benetton.

Yesterday’s News

New Zealand the benchmark but England can win World Cup - Mitchell

England’s new defence coach believes they are good enough to win next year’s tournament in Japan.

Former Sligo star ratified as county's new senior football manager

Paul Taylor was appointed at a county board meeting on Monday night.

He's back! Sheedy returns to take charge of Tipperary senior hurlers for a second time

Tipperary have tonight confirmed that Liam Sheedy will replace Michael Ryan.

Sunderland sack record signing Ndong after he went AWOL all summer

The midfielder’s dismissal comes just two weeks after Papy Djilobodji was also sacked by the League One club.

Croatia's Luka Modric wins Fifa best player of the year award

The Real Madrid midfielder had a brilliant year for both club and country.

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Surprise as Salah's Merseyside derby strike wins Fifa Puskas award

The Liverpool forward beat competition from the likes of Gareth Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Clare and Wexford hurling championship semi-final draws made

The remaining clubs discovered their last-four opponents this evening.

World Cup-winning boss Deschamps beats Zidane to Fifa's best coach award

Croatia’s Zlatko Dalic was also in the running at Monday’s Fifa Best Awards in London.

Europe don't fear anyone as they bid to regain Ryder Cup, says captain Bjorn

The world’s top 10 players will all compete in the biennial showdown when the rivals tee off on Friday at Le Golf National.

Uefa orders 'further investigation' of PSG over financial fairplay

The French club are not off the hook just yet.

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