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Dublin: 15 °C Friday 18 August, 2017

Saturday 12 August, 2017

Sally Pearson's face after winning the 100m hurdles gold says it all

Australian completes fairytale return by beating Harper Nelson and Dutkiewicz.

This Aimee Mackin strike might just be the goal of the weekend Wonderstrike This post contains videos

This Aimee Mackin strike might just be the goal of the weekend

Armagh lost against Kerry – but this was sensational.

Ireland's Michaela Walsh wins gold at the EU Boxing Championships, Kellie Harrington settles for silver

Ireland come home from a superb tournament with one gold, one silver and one bronze medal.

'The hardest decision of my life': Hamstring injury forces Boyce out of World Championships

“It won’t be possible to do myself or my country justice.”

Here's the Dublin side for tomorrow's All-Ireland minor hurling semi

The Dubs meet Cork in the Croke Park curtain-raiser.

Scrum-half Cronin handed debut as Ireland make 7 changes for Japan

Tom Tierney has rested some of his big names.

Liverpool concede from the first corner of the new Premier League season

Anyone know of a good centre-half?

Friday 11 August, 2017

Back-nine blip dents McIlroy's challenge on opening day of PGA Championship

World number four is five shots off the lead at Quail Hollow.

Thursday 10 August, 2017

Turkish delight in stunning 200m final as van Niekerk pipped by 0.02 seconds

Ramil Guliyev wins Turkey’s first-ever gold at the IAAF World Championships.

Here's the Cork side for Sunday's All-Ireland minor hurling semi

Denis Ring sticks with the starting XV that delivered Munster magic.

Late rally saves Spieth as Olesen sets early pace at the PGA Championship

Disappointing for Lowry, disaster for Harrington on the opening day at Quail Hollow.

Ireland's Siofra Cléirigh-Buttner falls short in 800m heats

Reigning Olympic champion Caster Semenya comfortably through to Friday’s semi-finals.

Tuesday 8 August, 2017

Paulie Malignaggi brands McGregor a 'd**khead' after training camp row

Former boxing champ quit as sparring partner ahead of McGregor v Mayweather on 26 August.

Irish trio guarantee bronze (at least) on brilliant day at EU Boxing Championships

Michaela Walsh, Kellie Harrington and Grainne Walsh will all have some extra luggage coming home from Cascia.

Friday 4 August, 2017

'Robbie is excited to play in Calcutta': Keane seals move to the Indian Super League

Salary won’t match the €1.9m paid for English cricketer Ben Stokes, says Sanjiv Goenka.

Liverpool to face Hoffenheim in Champions League play-off, Celtic draw Astana again

Meanwhile, the Europa League play-off draw was also made this afternoon.

There's a new Ireland rugby jersey on the way

New Canterbury strip will be worn for the first time against South Africa in November.

Thursday 3 August, 2017

Max Rushden has officially replaced Jimbo as the presenter of Football Weekly

The 2017/18 season of the Guardian’s beloved pod launched this afternoon.

Call it a comeback: Geraghty returns from long injury layoff to win Galway Hurdle

5/1 shot Tigris River wins the big one in the colours of JP McManus.

London 2017: The start times for every Irish athlete at the World Athletics Championships

Eleven-strong Irish team head to London’s Olympic Park.

Monday 31 July, 2017

Shamrock Rovers swoop on deadline day for highly-rated Galway defender

Centre-half Lee Grace seals Tallaght move.

19-year-old Aubrey McMahon wins 'Amateur Derby' as Galway Races get underway

16/1 shot Whiskey Sour won the feature on day one at Ballybrit.

Friday 28 July, 2017

Your essential guide to the weekend's GAA football championship action

The business end of the All-Ireland series starts here – and only six teams will be left standing after this weekend’s games.

Joey Barton not allowed to play in Grenfell Tower charity match because of FA betting ban

All-star fundraiser set for Loftus Road on 2 September.

Ireland's Power and Lowry off to strong start at low-scoring Canadian Open

Five-way tie at the top of the leaderboard in Oakville.

Dan Martin reveals that he rode most of the Tour de France with a fractured back

Martin recorded Ireland’s best finish at the race since his uncle Stephen Roche won in 1987.

Thursday 27 July, 2017

Another sprint medal for Ireland's youngsters as Adekele bags 200m European silver

Fourteen-year-old Rhasidat Adekele is bringing silver home from Hungary.

Shock 50/1 winner at Yarmouth turns out to be a completely different horse Whose Horse Is It Anyway? This post contains videos

Shock 50/1 winner at Yarmouth turns out to be a completely different horse

Mandarin Princess appeared to have won the opening race – except it wasn’t Mandarin Princess at all…

Unbelievable, Jeff! Stelling and Kamara to commentate on All-Ireland football final Road To Croker This post contains videos

Unbelievable, Jeff! Stelling and Kamara to commentate on All-Ireland football final

AIB’s new mini-series starts on Monday.

Wednesday 26 July, 2017

'The lad's been here one day!' Preston boss impressed by Seanie's instant impact

Maguire scored a fine solo effort just 20 minutes into his Preston debut.

Tuesday 25 July, 2017

Cork missing senior pair as they make 3 changes for Munster U21 final

The Rebels head to Limerick as underdogs for the provincial decider.

Ireland internationals Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding to be prosecuted for alleged rape

Both players “strenuously deny” the allegations, and have been relieved of their rugby duties while the case is ongoing.

Friday 21 July, 2017

Your essential guide to the weekend's GAA football championship action

It’s win or go home for the footballers of Cork, Mayo, Donegal and Galway.

Thursday 20 July, 2017

Dan Martin's podium hopes fade after brave challenge on final mountain stage

Chris Froome closes in on his fourth yellow jersey with strong ride up Coz d’Izoard.

Wednesday 19 July, 2017

Dan Martin's attacks snuffed out as Froome stretches yellow jersey lead in the mountains

Primoz Roglic won Wednesday’s stage, as Fabio Aru gave up crucial ground in the GC race.

Saturday 15 July, 2017

Jamie Clarke's dummy and finish is bound to be one of the goals of the championship Cool Head This post contains videos

Jamie Clarke's dummy and finish is bound to be one of the goals of the championship

Clarke’s Armagh came from behind to beat Tipperary in Semple Stadium this evening.

Enable completes Oaks double with scintillating performance at the Curragh

John Gosden’s filly becomes only the fifth horse to do Oaks double in last 20 years.

Harrington's Scottish Open challenge goes up in smoke with nightmare 79

Paul Dunne in the mix ahead of Sunday’s final round, three shots off the lead.

O'Gara to start at full-forward as Dublin make one change for Kildare showdown

Jim Gavin’s Dubs are bidding for a magnificent seven of Leinster titles on Sunday.

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