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Today’s News

Kerry Ladies confirmed for championship double-bill with men's Munster semi

The Kingdom’s ladies will open proceedings at Fitzgerald Stadium on 3 June.

Saturday 12 May, 2018

Racing's Nakarawa pips Leinster trio to win European Player of the Year

Johnny Sexton, Scott Fardy and Tadhg Furlong had made the shortlist for the prize.

As it happened: Offaly v Galway, Leinster SHC

Join us as the reigning Leinster and All-Ireland champions get another summer underway in Tullamore.

Friday 11 May, 2018

All-Ireland champions Galway name one debutant as they open Leinster defence

Brian Concannon of Killimordaly makes his first championship start for the Tribesmen.

Just one change as Cody names his Kilkenny side for championship opener

Just one change as Cody names his Kilkenny side for championship opener

Paul Murphy and Colin Fennelly are on the bench, while there’s no Richie Hogan in the 26-man squad.

Webb Simpson's dream of an incredible 59 at the Players goes splash on the 17th D'oh! This post contains videos

Webb Simpson's dream of an incredible 59 at the Players goes splash on the 17th

Simpson seizes control with a brilliant second-round at Sawgrass… but what might have been?

Thursday 3 May, 2018

Hat-trick hunting McIlroy off to a solid start at Quail Hollow

McIlroy’s 68 was among the best of the early scores.

Tuesday 1 May, 2018

Salah beats De Bruyne by less than 20 votes in tightest Footballer of the Year race for 49 years

The PFA Player of the Year is now also the FWA Footballer of the Year.

'The second half was a capitulation': Embarrassed Pat's vow to pick themselves up for derby

Dundalk smashed the Saints in Oriel Park last night.

Friday 27 April, 2018

Samcro and Melon crash out to leave dramatic Champion Hurdle on a plate for Supasundae

Dortmund Park was the surprise winner of the Champion Novice Hurdle for Gordon Elliott.

Harrington & Lowry team up to make strong start at Zurich Classic

At the Volvo China Open, Paul Dunne is four shots off the lead.

Thursday 26 April, 2018

Rise of the Machine: Fabulous Faugheen takes Mullins one step closer to trainer's crown

Willie Mullins now leads Gordon Elliott by over €400,000 with two days of the national hunt season remaining.

Wednesday 25 April, 2018

Sensational Leavy scoops main prizes at Leinster's end-of-season awards bash

James Ryan named Young Player of the Year at the ceremony in Dublin last night.

Tuesday 24 April, 2018

Elliott's Storyteller gifted big Punchestown win in one of the most bizarre finishes you'll see Madness This post contains videos

Elliott's Storyteller gifted big Punchestown win in one of the most bizarre finishes you'll see

Paul Townend hit with 21-day ban as Al Boum Photo crashes out of the Growise Champion Novice Chase.

Friday 20 April, 2018

Earls ready to take flight again as Munster name side for Racing 92 battle

Ireland’s Grand Slam-winning wing is fit for Sunday’s European semi.

Arsene Wenger to step down as Arsenal manager at the end of the season

The Frenchman won three Premier Leagues and seven FA Cups during his 22 seasons in charge.

Thursday 19 April, 2018

Aborah and Héry's brawl bans reduced following successful Waterford appeal

Both players will be eligible to return to action next week.

Saturday 7 April, 2018

Phil Mickelson had a fresh air when trying one of his trademark escape shots Fore Right This post contains videos

Phil Mickelson had a fresh air when trying one of his trademark escape shots

You don’t see this too often.

As it happened: Everton v Liverpool, Premier League

Everton haven’t won a Merseyside derby since 2010 – but could today be their day? Follow the action live here.

Edinson Cavani missed an absolute sitter last night - and it wasn't even that close Forget Paris This post contains videos

Edinson Cavani missed an absolute sitter last night - and it wasn't even that close

PSG drew 1-1 at St-Etienne last night.

Ireland's record crowd in Tallaght was just one part of a landmark night for women's football

More than 72,000 fans watched eight games spread across the continent.

The UFC has released its backstage footage of the Conor McGregor bus incident McGregor This post contains videos

The UFC has released its backstage footage of the Conor McGregor bus incident

McGregor released on $50k bail ahead of June hearing.

Friday 30 March, 2018

Scarlets book Champions Cup semi-final date against either Leinster or Saracens Final Four This post contains videos

Scarlets book Champions Cup semi-final date against either Leinster or Saracens

Tries from Rhys Patchell and Scott Williams tilted a finely-balanced game in favour of the hosts.

United and Liverpool set to meet in 107,000-capacity college football stadium

Michigan’s ‘Big House’ is the second biggest stadium in the world.

Tuesday 27 March, 2018

More VAR controversy as Italy awarded penalty to snatch late draw against England Video Game This post contains videos

More VAR controversy as Italy awarded penalty to snatch late draw against England

James Tarkowski was deemed to have brought down Federico Chiesa.

James Ryan's little bro named in Ireland U19 side to face Japan tomorrow

Tom Tierney makes 12 changes to the side which beat Japan on Saturday.

Golf's world number three is coming back to Ireland this summer to defend his title

Jon Rahm is all set for a repeat bid at the Irish Open.

Another twist in RWC2019 qualifying mess as Russia lodge enquiry over player eligibility

Rugby Europe set to discuss controversial Belgium v Spain qualifier again on Thursday.

Pogba curls home beautiful free-kick to help France beat Russia Pogboom This post contains videos

Pogba curls home beautiful free-kick to help France beat Russia

Les Bleus beat Russia 3-1 in St Petersburg.

'The initial fear of lying on the ground, not able to move my legs, was something I've never felt before'

Antrim’s Eugene Laverty is hoping to be back in the saddle by the end of May.

Monday 26 March, 2018

Football finals and hurling semis - here are the dates, times and venues for this weekend's GAA

Hurling semis set for Semple Stadium and Wexford Park on Saturday and Sunday.

Mick McCarthy's future as Ipswich boss will be decided by the end of April

Ipswich currently sit in 12th in the Championship, 10 points off the playoff places.

Vince Aso's spectacular try is the greatest thing you might have missed this weekend Air Aso This post contains videos

Friday 23 March, 2018

Heartbreak for Ireland as Phil Simmons' Afghanistan beat them to final Cricket World Cup place

Graham Ford’s side were held to just 209 runs in today’s must-win match.

Keatley and Ryan return to boost injury-hit Munster for Scarlets clash

Alex Wootton and Rory Scannell have both been passed fit to start.

Thursday 22 March, 2018

Massive result for Ireland's Cricket World Cup chances as UAE stun hosts Zimbabwe

Ireland will qualify for the 2019 Cricket World Cup if they beat Afghanistan tomorrow.

Monday 19 March, 2018

Athlone forced to start 18-year-old midfielder in goal against Cabinteely

Luke Kelly couldn’t prevent Athlone falling to a 2-1 defeat.

BBC pay McEnroe 'at least 10 times' more than me for Wimbledon work, claims Navratilova

“John’s role is of a different scale, scope and time commitment,” BBC bosses insist.

Only 4 Irish players make the cut in Opta's Team of the Six Nations

Conor Murray was selected as the analysts’ Player of the Tournament.

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