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Today’s News

Alexis Sanchez won't be sold to another Premier League club says Wenger

The Gunners boss remains convinced that the Chilean will stay put, with his services likely to be retained even if he does not commit to fresh terms

Lowry finds the right balance between family and golf after a 'whirlwind' two years

The 30-year-old has a big summer ahead but the birth of his daughter has given Lowry a fresh perspective on life on Tour.

Mike Ross counting the blessings as he prepares for clean break from rugby

The prop will step away from the game to take up a job with a software company.

More misery for Moyes as FA charge Sunderland boss over 'slap' remark to female reporter

The Sunderland boss’s comments were deemed to have brought the game into disrepute.

Kieran McGeeney banned for 12 weeks over incident with official - reports

The Armagh manager allegedly had a verbal altercation with Joe McQuillan.

One of the Toronto Blue Jays made an amazing flip over another player to score last night Flying High This post contains videos

One of the Toronto Blue Jays made an amazing flip over another player to score last night

Chris Coghlan of the Blue Jays made one of the plays of the season.

Several arrests made after police raid Newcastle and West Ham over transfer dealings

Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs officers swooped on St James’ Park and London Stadium this morning.

Ronnie O'Sullivan's Crucible challenge is hanging by a thread against Ding

Ding on the brink of World Championship semis after opening up 10-6 lead.

Serena pressed 'wrong button' to reveal pregnancy

She quickly deleted the Snap.

James Harden and the Rockets ended Russell Westbrook's historic season last night

The Rockets beat the Thunder 105-99 to win their playoff series.

Mourinho: City favourites for top four, not United

We have a Manchester derby tomorrow night.

'Leinster don't need a trophy to show progress, we want one because we're desperate for success'

The wounds from Sunday’s Champions Cup exit are still raw for Leinster and Johnny Sexton but there are also huge positives to take heading into the final weeks of the season.

The Rugby Show: Eddie O'Sullivan on Munster's attack and Leinster's regrets Analysis This post contains videos

The Rugby Show: Eddie O'Sullivan on Munster's attack and Leinster's regrets

The former Ireland head coach looks back on the Irish provinces’ semi-final defeat in Europe.

'He doesn't defend like a luxury player': Ringrose perfect fit for Lions

Warren Gatland’s squad will be a poorer place if the Leinster centre doesn’t travel, says Shane Horgan.

As you were: Erasmus happy to stick with same coaching team for next season

Jerry Flannery, Felix Jones and Jacques Nienaber are all set to stay put.

Yesterday’s News

Tottenham star Eriksen talked up for Barcelona move

The Denmark international has been linked with a transfer to Camp Nou after catching the eye in the Premier League.

Pogba might regret leaving Juventus for Man United - Barzagli

The defender thinks his former team-mate would like to have been part of the Turin giants’ good run in the Champions League

Kaka, Andrea Pirlo and the top 10 highest earners in MLS

Kaka tops the list of Major League Soccer’s highest-paid players for a third straight year.

Joy for ex-Ireland U21 international as Huddersfield boost Premier League bid

Sean Scannell started, while the Terriers secured a Championship play-off spot at Molineux.

Watch: Former England striker hailed a hero after rescuing children from yacht Leading By Example This post contains videos

Watch: Former England striker hailed a hero after rescuing children from yacht

James Beattie didn’t hesitate when confronted with a crisis.

Stunning McNamee effort leaves Limerick frustrated in Buncrana

Shane Duggan’s goal on 12 minutes put the visitors ahead against Derry.

One down, five to go as Chelsea close in on Premier League title

The Blues comfortably overcame Southampton at Stamford Bridge this evening.

'Where's Cork?' How a Liverpool legend ended up in the League of Ireland

Terry McDermott, a three-time European Cup winner, had a short stint with the Rebel Army in 1985.

Resilient Evans prevails on memorable day for Ireland at European Championships

Chloe Magee and Sam Magee were victors in the mixed doubles while Rachael Darragh won her first-round clash in the women’s singles.

Tearful moment as British athlete is told she's getting an Olympic medal - nine years later Long Time Coming This post contains videos

Tearful moment as British athlete is told she's getting an Olympic medal - nine years later

Kelly Sotherton is set to finally become a three-time Olympic medallist.

'I’ve been around the Irish team a long time but don’t think I’ve reached my peak yet'

At 27, Sunderland striker Stephanie Roche feels her best football is still ahead of her.

From TheJournal.ie 'In my head, I didn't deserve to be helped. I was broken and couldn't be fixed' Darkness Into Light

'In my head, I didn't deserve to be helped. I was broken and couldn't be fixed'

Ireland rugby international Hannah Tyrrell on the eating disorder that overshadowed her teenage years

Robbie Power's dream season continues as Un De Sceaux falls to shock defeat

Willie Mullins also closed the gap in the race for the Irish trainers’ title at Punchestown today.

Ronnie loses first 3 frames of Ding quarter-final, but he's already started the comeback

Higgins, Selby and Hawkins all lead after the opening quarter-final sessions.

Ajax rename Amsterdam Arena to honour club legend Johan Cruyff

Today would have been his 70th birthday.

Shock Cheltenham winner Labaik refused to start another race today Giddy Up This post contains videos

Shock Cheltenham winner Labaik refused to start another race today

That’s the third time in four races for the Supreme Novice Hurdle winner.

O'Brien: 'You think you can help the boys out but you can never know watching on TV'

The flanker was forced to watch Leinster’s Champions Cup semi-final defeat from his sofa.

Adrian Peterson confirms deal with Saints

The running back could make a Week 1 return to Minnesota after confirming he has an offer on the table from the New Orleans Saints.

6 players to watch as Dublin and Galway battle it out for All-Ireland U21 football glory

It’s a battle between the young Sky Blues and the Tribesmen for EirGrid All-Ireland honours.

'We wouldn't have won the trophies without him': Sexton pays tribute to retiring Ross

The prop helped both club and country to considerable success over the last number of years.

Big blow for Connacht's Champions Cup qualification hopes as injury sidelines Adeolokun

The Ireland international’s season may be over.

Zidane denies he botched El Clasico tactics

The Madrid boss believes the risks he took in the 3-2 loss to Barcelona were worth it despite the defeat.

Quiz: How well do you remember this year's GAA hurling league campaign?

You know Galway were crowned champions but what else can you remember?

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