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Dublin: 6 °C Thursday 19 January, 2017

Other - Saturday 14 January, 2017

Attack, attack, attack - Mourinho's transformed Man Utd must not repeat Anfield Alamo act

The Red Devils boss was criticised for being defensive against Jurgen Klopp’s men last time, only to see the attack change their season since then.

Ireland's James McGee falls just short of Australian Open qualification

The Castleknock native was beaten 7-6 3-6 6-3 by Australia’s Blake Mott.

NFL Divisional Round Preview - Can anyone stop the Patriots?

And is Dallas v Green Bay the biggest game of the weekend?

You'll need more coffee: Steelers-Chiefs game time moved to Sunday night

You'll need more coffee: Steelers-Chiefs game time moved to Sunday night

They’re expecting a storm in Kansas.

Other - Friday 13 January, 2017

We'll Leave It There So: PL bids for Brady, fears for Walters and the rest of today's sport

Plus, all the fixture details for tomorrow’s rugby and football action.

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Ireland's McGee now only one win away from the main draw of Australian Open

The Dubliner took another major step forward today.

23-year-old American becomes youngest golfer to shoot 59 in PGA Tour history

Justin Thomas continued fired an 11-under par round at the Sony Open.

Other - Thursday 12 January, 2017

We'll Leave it There So: Tributes paid to Graham Taylor, McIlroy's birdie blitz and all today's sport

Plus, Jonathan Sexton and Jamie Heaslip have been included for Leinster’s Champions Cup clash with Montpellier.

Brian Fletcher -- who guided Red Rum to two Aintree Grand Nationals -- dies aged 69 RIP

Brian Fletcher -- who guided Red Rum to two Aintree Grand Nationals -- dies aged 69

The English jockey was responsible for one of the all-time great Aintree finishes in 1973.

The Six Nations beats NFL and World Cup as the best attended sporting event on the planet

Figures from Uefa show that European rugby is in rude health.

The Patriots are still enormous favourites to win the Super Bowl

New England won the Vince Lombardi trophy in more than 50% of simulations.

After two decades with none, LA is about to get a second NFL team

Despite low attendances for the Rams, the Chargers are set to join in the City of Angels.

Other - Wednesday 11 January, 2017

'It makes business sense': Mayweather counters McGregor with offer of $15M and cut of PPV

‘Of course, we’re the ‘A side.’ How can a guy talk about making 20 or 30 million if he has never made 8 or 9 million?’

We'll Leave It There So: Manchester City fall foul of anti-doping rule and all today's sport

Plus, new faces in Connacht squad and a decorated horse is retired.

USA choose Furyk-Love combo for defence of Ryder Cup against Europe

The 2018 Ryder Cup takes place in France.

Ronaldo, Murray and Bolt included on six-man shortlist for coveted world sport award

LeBron James, Steph Curry and Mo Farah have also been nominated for the men’s gong.

'Real sickener' as Cheltenham Gold Cup champ Don Cossack retired

Ten-year-old retired following further injury setback.

Tennis match ends in 'farcical scene' as both players claim injuries after one game

The moves were made reportedly in order to bow out of the tournament ahead of the Australian Open.

Sebastian Coe's evidence 'lacked credibility'

Damian Collins, a Conservative Party politician, is not satisfied with the world athletics supremo’s recent comments.

One down, two to go: Ireland's James McGee wins at Australian Open qualifiers

Irish number one will face France’s Vincent Millot next.

Other - Tuesday 10 January, 2017

Knicks fine Derrick Rose, but welcome him back after no-show for 'family issue'

Rose missed the Knicks’ meeting with the Pelicans as he flew to Chicago.

We'll Leave It There So: More GAA retirements, a 48-team World Cup and respite for Connacht

Plus, the fixture details on tomorrow’s GAA action.

Rory McIlroy admits he is unlikely to compete at the 2020 Olympics

The 27-year-old did not travel to the Rio Olympics earlier this year.

American football hits similar to 62 car crashes per game - new research

Researchers used a special mouthguard to collect the data.

Basketball CEO O'Byrne to run for OCI presidency

The OCI will appoint a new president for the first time in 28 years.

Here's the weird contraption Aaron Rodgers uses to perfect his Hail Marys

The Packers quarterback nailed yet another deep ball attempt on Sunday.

One of England's most famous racecourses is set to be bulldozed for housing

Kempton Park, the home of the King George VI Chase, could be set to close.

Maria Sharapova set to return in April following drug ban

She has not played since the 2016 Australian Open.

Clemson stun Alabama with last-second touchdown to win national championship game Clutch This post contains videos

Clemson stun Alabama with last-second touchdown to win national championship game

It’s a first college football national title in 25 years for the Tigers.

Controversial tennis star Kyrgios wore an interesting t-shirt to a press conference last night

He wore a ‘F**k Donald Trump’ top after beating Rafael Nadal.

Ireland's James McGee goes in search of the promised land Down Under

The 29-year-old has been drawn against Croatian Matija Pecotic in Melbourne.

Other - Monday 9 January, 2017

We'll Leave It There So: Ronaldo on top of the world, CPA launched and today's sport

It’s been a busy start to the week.

The Redzone: Does a mild card weekend mean we need more or less playoff teams? Opinion This post contains a poll

The Redzone: Does a mild card weekend mean we need more or less playoff teams?

Roger Goodell wants more teams in the postseason, but is it a good idea?

Down by 14 points with 65 seconds left, Nevada produced a comeback for the ages Never Beaten This post contains videos

Down by 14 points with 65 seconds left, Nevada produced a comeback for the ages

New Mexico will be working on their free-throws this week, you’d imagine.

World Rugby 'disappointed' with handling of George North head injury but no sanction for Northampton

World Rugby says the club failed to manage the injury properly.

2015 Gold Cup winner loses fitness battle to make this year's race

Coneygree’s injury issues have failed to clear up.