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Dublin: 1 °C Thursday 18 October, 2018

Saturday 13 October, 2018

'He could only have dreamed of this': How one man's legacy led an Irish team to the brink of motorsport history

With Derry racer Eunan McGlinchey on the brink of championship success, Team #109 Kawasaki manager Paul Tobin catches up with The42 ahead of Saturday’s race.

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Poll: Who will win tonight's Nations League clash between Ireland and Denmark?

Martin O’Neill’s got their campaign off to a disastrous start last month.

Friday 12 October, 2018

6 schoolboy rugby players in South Africa test positive for PEDs

The results come off the back of 122 tests completed at this year’s U18 Craven Week.

McGregor and Khabib handed initial suspensions ahead of UFC brawl investigation

The pair will appear before the Nevada State Athletic Commission on 24 October.

Usain Bolt scores first 'professional' goals for Central Coast Mariners

The Jamaican sprint legend scored twice for the Australian A-League side.

Thursday 11 October, 2018

Welsh snooker player Jones suspended over match-fixing allegations

World snooker’s governing body believes Jamie Jones has “a case to answer”.

Former Aston Villa owner Doug Ellis dies aged 94 RIP

Former Aston Villa owner Doug Ellis dies aged 94

The former Villa chairman enjoyed two stints in charge of the club.

Distraught Nhat Nguyen crashes out of Youth Olympics after epic quarter-final defeat

The 18-year-old lost out in three sets to Li Shifeng in Buenos Aires.

Friday 5 October, 2018

'I can bring a winning mentality back to the club' - Dwight Yorke keen to land Aston Villa job

The former Villa striker’s only foray into management was a brief stint as Trinidad and Tobago assistant manager.

League of Ireland pair suspended for 'manipulating matches' have appeals thrown out

Athlone Town’s Igor Labuts and Dragos Sfrijan were handed 12-month suspensions in 2017.

Sexton absent as Leo Cullen rings the changes for Munster clash

Ross Byrne makes the starting line-up for Leinster this weekend.

'I always go into Carnoustie with a bit of trepidation' - Padraig Harrington relishing return to 'The Beast'

The Dubliner shot an opening round three under par at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship yesterday.

Thursday 4 October, 2018

Darren Till officially switches focus to UFC's middleweight division

While he didn’t rule out a return to welterweight one day, Till looks set to mix it with the best in the 185lbs division.

Boost for Ulster as Best and Stockdale set to make first appearances of the season

The pair have been named in the squad to take on Connacht on Friday evening.

'Back to reality' - Ryder Cup hero Tommy Fleetwood sets sights on season-ending victory

The Englishman is in action at St. Andrews this afternoon.

Free tickets offered for FAI Cup finals in the hopes of boosting attendance figures

All U16s clubs and below as well as schools around the country will be given free admittance.

Sunday 30 September, 2018

Petr Cech's headgear gaffe and more tweets of the week

Plus, Roy Keane’s kickabout in the park.

Saturday 29 September, 2018

‘You can train for the physical side but you never expect the emotional connection’

Irish ultra-runner Alex O’Shea talks running 32 marathons in 16 days and the impact of Irish Guide Dogs.

Friday 28 September, 2018

Eddie Dunbar secures top 20 finish at the road world championship

The Team Sky rider was in action at the U23 showpiece in Austria earlier today.

Fleetwood and Molinari offer glimmer of hope as Team Europe avoid whitewash in opening fourballs

Team USA lead proceedings 3-1 heading into the afternoon’s foursomes.

Conor McGregor makes generous donation to fund sick Irish boy's treatment

The UFC superstar donated €10,000 to Bryan Buckley yesterday.

Thursday 27 September, 2018

Aaron Ramsey facing Arsenal exit after contract negotiations break down - reports

The Wales international has featured in each of Arsenal’s opening five Premier League games.

'It's a lot better having someone you actually get to share it with'

Rickie Fowler talks about that infamous photo from Hazeltine and lessons learned from Michael Jordan.

'Might be at least another 20 years before we've got floating stands in the sky or something'

Henrik Stenson looks ahead to his fifth appearance at the Ryder Cup and talks about the future of the competition.

BT Sport lose out as Eleven Sports secure UFC broadcasting rights for Ireland and the UK

The online streaming platform will show MMA’s premier promotion from January 2019.

Thursday 20 September, 2018

'Where does the international fight against doping in sport go from here?' - Sport Ireland

John Treacy has released a statement to criticise Wada’s decision to reinstate Russia.

Players asked to cover their tattoos during Rugby World Cup in Japan

Tattoos have long been associated with the Yakuza crime syndicates in Japan.

Steve McClaren rests first-team regular to observe Jewish holiday, then brings him on Yom Kippur This post contains videos

Steve McClaren rests first-team regular to observe Jewish holiday, then brings him on

The QPR manager kept Tomer Hemed on the bench for the start of their Championship clash with Millwall.

With Jon Jones back in the picture, who is in the running to headline UFC 230?

Jones’ retroactive suspension means he will be available to fight come the end of October, but will he feature at Madison Square Garden?

'To have put together a game from pretty much nothing - that's something I'm very proud of'

Tiger Woods tees it up in the Tour Championship this weekend at East Lake.

Sunday 16 September, 2018

Tiger's twilight, farewell Captain Cook and all the week's best sportswriting

Stick on the kettle and settle into some of our favourite sports articles from this week.

Saturday 15 September, 2018

'One of my first tattoos says, ‘Your faith must be greater than your fear.’ My fear is to lose my 0'

Bellator’s AJ McKee on his rivalry with James Gallagher, a return to Ireland, and the promotion’s European recruitment drive.

Friday 14 September, 2018

He's back! Wes Hoolahan signs short-term deal with WBA

The former Republic of Ireland international was a free agent following his decision to leave Norwich City at the end of last season.

Serie A side reduced to minus points after penalty deduction

Chievo have been fined by the Italian Football Federation after being found guilty of false accounting.

Harrington in the hunt for top-10 weekend at the KLM Open

Paul Dunne was the only other Irish representative in the field.

Everton face possible points deduction for pursuit of Marco Silva

The club are accused of ‘tapping up’ Silva whilst he was head coach of Watford.

Irish rowers finish fifth in World Championships final

Andrew Goff, Jake McCarthy, Ryan Ballantine and Fintan McCarthy missed out on medals at the World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv.

Thursday 13 September, 2018

Padraig Harrington continues fine form with strong start at KLM Open

The Irishman is three shots off the pace in the Netherlands.

Rising Irish cycling star Eddie Dunbar joins Team Sky

Dunbar will make his Team Sky debut this Saturday.

Gary and Paul O'Donovan secure place in World Rowing Championships final

The brothers finished third in their semi-final today to book their place in Saturday’s A Final.

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