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Dublin: 9 °C Saturday 23 June, 2018

Other - Monday 11 June, 2018

LeBron's decision will be a 'lifestyle thing', says Dwayne Wade

The Cavs talisman has options.

Other - Sunday 10 June, 2018

Dustin Johnson on top of the world after St Jude Classic victory DJ

Dustin Johnson on top of the world after St Jude Classic victory

The world number one warmed up for next week’s US Open with a win in Memphis.

Leona Maguire produces fine performance on her professional debut

The Cavan native shot a third round 69 at the ShopRite LPGA Classic in New Jersey.

Canadian Grand Prix sees Vettel earn 50th career win to go top in title race

There is a new leader in the F1 drivers’ standings, with Lewis Hamilton finishing fifth.

Success continues for Sam Bennett as Irish rider records Rund um Köln win in Germany

The 27-year-old claimed his fourth win of the current UCI season following three stage wins at the Giro d’Italia.

Former champion jockey left needing medical treatment after being struck in the face by fellow rider

Brazilian Raul Da Silva was handed a 21-day ban after hitting Jim Crowley at Goodwood.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

This is how the last seven days looked through the lens.

England embarrassed as Scotland claim greatest victory in their history with shock ODI win

The Scots held their nerve in a lone one-day international at Edinburgh on Sunday.

'King of Clay' Nadal clinches 11th French Open title despite injury scare

The Spaniard defeated Austria’s Dominic Thiem in three sets at Roland Garros.

Ireland's Dan Martin fourth as Geraint Thomas tunes up for Tour with Dauphine success

The 32-year-old Welsh rider registered probably the greatest success of his professional career.

'I could have knocked him out in the first round but what good would that have done me?' Dominant This post contains videos

'I could have knocked him out in the first round but what good would that have done me?'

Tyson Fury declared himself completely happy with his four-round comeback win on Saturday night, though the evening was marred by crowd trouble.

Santa Cruz wins rematch to hold onto WBA featherweight title, Crawford stops Horn

The Mexican fighter improved to 34-1-1 with 19 career knockouts by winning on all three judges scorecards.

Arlene Foster's ticket for the Ulster final, Roma's grá for Damien Delaney, and more tweets of the week

Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.

The man who revolutionised goalkeeping, Dennis Rodman's genius and the week's best sportswriting

It’s Sunday morning and you know what that means… stick the kettle on and feast your eyes on some brilliant long reads.

'If Ireland get to the top five in the world, are we still amateur? At what point does it change?' Ned

'If Ireland get to the top five in the world, are we still amateur? At what point does it change?'

After overseeing a period of remarkable growth and success for Irish hockey, including qualification for the Olympics, Craig Fulton is stepping down to start a new challenge.

Other - Saturday 9 June, 2018

'They're the two best players I've ever witnessed' - Steve Kerr cannot separate LeBron and Jordan

Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Michael Jordan and LeBron James were the best players he had ever seen.

Making it look easy! Leona Maguire surges into contention on professional debut

The Cavan golfer is just three shots off the lead at the $1.5 million LPGA Classic in Atlantic City.

World number one Halep battles back to claim elusive first Grand Slam

Having failed to win her previous three major finals, Halep was not to be denied in Paris.

Harrington earns European bronze and sets up semi showdown with Taylor's Olympic conqueror

The Dubliner will face Mira Potkonen in Monday’s semi-final.

'If I could achieve half of what them boys have achieved I'd be on top of the world'

Rising Carlow rower Jack Keating is aiming for big things.

LeBron punched a whiteboard after astounding game one and has played with a fractured hand since

The series could have been a little different if JR Smith had known what the score was.

Warriors defend NBA title thanks to Cavs sweep

Golden State went back-to-back thanks to Friday’s comfortable 108-85 win over LeBron James and the Cavaliers in Cleveland.

Other - Friday 8 June, 2018

The 'warm-up run' that ended up breaking a long-standing Irish sprinting record

Cork’s Phil Healy reflects on a memorable evening in Santry this week.

Michaela Walsh secures at least bronze at European Boxing Championships

Michaela Walsh’s march toward European gold continues.

Majestic Nadal crushes Del Potro to reach 11th final at French Open in Paris

The Spaniard conjured up yet another clay-court masterclass to set up a showdown with Dominic Thiem in Paris on Sunday.

Diddy no longer interested in NFL ownership

Sean Combs expressed interest in owning the Panthers earlier this year, but now says the league’s stance on anthem protests has ended desire to own a team.

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Dan Martin back to winning ways with thrilling Dauphine effort

The Irishman hadn’t won in 16 months.

Donald Trump thinking 'very seriously' about pardoning Muhammad Ali

A lawyer for the late heavyweight champ says the pardon ‘would not be necessary’.

'Get some beers!' Ovechkin and Capitals end long Stanley Cup wait

Alexander Ovechkin got the celebrations started after the Washington Capitals claimed their maiden NHL Stanley Cup championship.

Power up! Seamus storms into the lead at the St Jude Classic

The Waterford man leads the field by a shot.

He could be nearing the end with the Cavs but LeBron is 'living in the moment'

It could be the end of the road for the Cavs talisman in his hometown tonight.

US Open signs encouraging for Tiger Woods, 10 years on from last major victory

‘The last couple years have felt like a very long time. A second seemed like 24 hours.’

Other - Thursday 7 June, 2018

Thomas Barr produces season's best performance in Diamond League

The Waterford native finished eighth with a time of 49.53.

Katie Taylor 'appalled' at use of her name and image in reporting around Bray shooting

‘I urge the media to leave me, my Mum and other family members out of this story.’

Ireland's Kelly Harrington within reach of European medal after victory in Bulgaria

The Dubliner booked her place at this weekend’s final eight in Sofia with a brilliant win against Czech lightweight Katerina Humlova.

'We've been best friends for life, so to share this dream together is surreal. It's special'

The Maguire twins have long been heralded as future golfing superstars and this week they will fulfil their dreams of becoming professional golfers together.

New England Patriots wide receiver facing four week suspension for PED use

Julian Edelman could be out until Week 5 for Bill Belichick’s side having missed all of 2017 through injury.

76ers boss resigns after report he was behind numerous Twitter accounts criticising his players

The accounts also revealed sensitive information about the physical state of certain players.

White House rules out role for Dennis Rodman in Kim-Trump summit

“I don’t know what part the best rebounder in basketball has to play in that,” says Trump’s deputy press secretary.