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Dublin: 16 °C Friday 3 July, 2015

Today’s News

The last time that Colm Cooper was dropped by Kerry, it only lasted half-an-hour

“When I was told to go on during the game, I tore on.”

Not even NCT centres are safe on Cork and Kerry Munster final weekend

Michael Cussen had to pop down to get the car checked this morning.

Cork City players squared up to each other after last night’s Europa League draw

“Maybe they should square up to each other a bit more often,” said John Caulfield.

Two hurls, towels, and some quick thinking set Pauric Mahony on his road to recovery

Waterford’s young star is recovering from the broken tibia that looks to have ended his season.

‘I have my own problems to worry about’: Armagh star draws the line at sledging

Armagh boss Kieran McGeeney “has a real focus on humility and respect,” says Jamie Clarke.

‘Dublin won’t always have the golden era of player that they have now’

Cluxton, Flynn, Connolly and the Brogans won’t be around forever, warns Dermot Earley.

Yesterday’s News

Fireman by day, hurler by night: the dual life of Dublin’s Michael Carton

“The job I’m in puts hurling in perspective, absolutely.”

This awkward fall could scupper Javier Hernandez’s chance of a transfer Little Pea This post contains videos

This awkward fall could scupper Javier Hernandez’s chance of a transfer

Manchester United striker set to miss the CONCACAF Gold Cup with a fractured collarbone.

England take World Cup heartbreak to a new level with spectacular injury-time OG Women's World Cup This post contains videos

England take World Cup heartbreak to a new level with spectacular injury-time OG

If you think you’re having a bad day, spare a thought for poor Laura Bassett.

Wednesday 1 July, 2015

‘I want to be on that card’ – Conor McGregor is determined to fight in Dublin later this year

Aldo’s injury leaves McGregor to face Chad Mendes for the interim featherweight title.

One of Cork’s main attacking threats is back at full-forward to face Wexford

Seamus Harnedy has been handed the #14 jersey for Saturday’s qualifier.

Clare welcome back four key men for their qualifier clash with Offaly

Galvin, Bugler, McGrath and Cunningham have all been named in the Banner panel.

‘It was brief’ – The young fella from Moone Boy on why he never made it as a GAA player Thank Gaa It's Friday This post contains videos

‘It was brief’ – The young fella from Moone Boy on why he never made it as a GAA player

David Rawle “wasn’t the best player in the world” by his own admission…

Tuesday 23 June, 2015

The goal that sent England into the World Cup quarter-finals was a bit of a thumper Women's World Cup This post contains videos

Nike have turned LeBron’s NBA Finals heartbreak into an epic new ad

“Imagine if LeBron came home to Cleveland…”

‘When I was growing up, it was a serious talking point for any man to get sent off’

Kilkenny’s Eoin Larkin frustrated as soft red cards creep into the game.

Monday 22 June, 2015

Jack Guiney can be one of the best – but no man is bigger than the team, says Wexford boss

Wexford missed their star forward as they were trounced by Kilkenny on Sunday.

Jordan Spieth wins the US Open on a day of scarcely-believable drama

Two down, two to go for young Master Spieth.

Sunday 21 June, 2015

As it happened: Jordan Spieth wins the US Open on a sensational final day

We’re pulling an all-nighter to make sure you don’t miss a moment of the final round at Chambers Bay.

5 talking points after Kilkenny run riot against Wexford

Cats bare their championship teeth, where’s Jack, and more…

Rampant Kilkenny put Wexford to the sword in Leinster semi-final GAA

Rampant Kilkenny put Wexford to the sword in Leinster semi-final

Retirements? What retirements?

All-Ireland champions Kilkenny breeze past Laois into another Leinster final

Pat Hoban’s side bidding for a Leinster minor treble when they take on Dublin in a fortnight’s time.

Poignant scenes around the country as GAA pays tribute to the Berkeley tragedy victims RIP

Poignant scenes around the country as GAA pays tribute to the Berkeley tragedy victims

A minute’s silence was held before every inter-county game on Saturday.

Don’t go to bed! Shane Lowry has charged into contention at the US Open

Lowry moves into a tie for fourth despite tough scoring conditions at Chambers Bay.

Saturday 20 June, 2015

Another win for the underdog as Sligo put the brakes on Roscommon’s summer

Man of the match Adrian Marren scored 1-7 for the hosts in Markievicz Park.

How well do you remember the lyrics to the Italia 90 classic hit ‘The Game’?

“We’re gonna start a fire…”

As it happened: Galway v Laois, Leinster SHC semi-final

A Leinster final place was at stake as Galway and Laois did battle in Tullamore. Catch up on all of the action in our live match tracker here.

Friday 19 June, 2015

‘I guarantee we’re going to Ireland this year,’ says UFC’s European boss

Announcement on Dublin return is expected on 1 July.

This one, grim shot tells you everything you need to know about Tiger’s US Open round Topped It This post contains videos
Game of inches! Rickie Fowler came disgustingly close to a hole-in-one on a par-four Robbed This post contains videos

Game of inches! Rickie Fowler came disgustingly close to a hole-in-one on a par-four

This was as good as it got for Rickie, unfortunately.

Tiger Woods had the nightmare round that everyone feared at the US Open

Opening round 80 is Tiger’s worst pro score at the US Open.

Monday 15 June, 2015

The Andy Lee-Billy Joe Saunders title fight could take place on hurling final weekend

Keep Saturday 5 September free, just in case.

Olympic champion feared her hand would be amputated following ‘bone explosion’

Australia’s Sally Pearson hopes to come back stronger for the Rio Olympics next summer.

More evidence to prove that Phil Mickelson is actually the soundest man in golf Gent This post contains videos

More evidence to prove that Phil Mickelson is actually the soundest man in golf

Lefty’s heading to Chambers Bay with plenty of goodwill on his side.

Sunday 14 June, 2015

Mayo set their sights on five-in-a-row after battling win over Galway

Cillian O’Connor kicked 0-9 as Mayo booked their place in the Connacht SFC final.

Gary Sice leaves Tom Parsons on his backside for one of the goals of the championship so far

It’s Galway 1-5 Mayo 0-8 at the break in Salthill.

As it happened: Galway v Mayo, Connacht SFC semi-final

Mayo opened their provincial defence against old rivals Galway in Salthill. Catch up on the action with our minute-by-minute tracker.

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