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Dublin: 11 °C Tuesday 28 July, 2015

Other - Thursday 23 July, 2015

Harry Kewell returns to the Premier League in a coaching role

The 36-year-old has been appointed Watford’s Under-21 coach.

Billy Joe Saunders: ‘Women are for cooking, cleaning and sex…They shouldn’t box’

Andy Lee’s upcoming opponent has made some outrageous comments about Katie Taylor and women’s boxing.

We’ll Leave It There So: Douglas leaves Leinster, camogie commotion and today’s sport

Miss any of the action? We’ve got it all in one handy package.

Andy Lee still hopeful Katie Taylor will appear on Thomond undercard

The decision is out of the Olympic gold medallist’s hands.

‘I couldn’t even walk to the dinner table’ – Why Sam Bennett quit the Tour de France

Irish youngster reveals the physical toll that the race took on him.

From Mark Pollock sues friends over paralysing fall at their home Courts

Mark Pollock sues friends over paralysing fall at their home

The motivational speaker and adventurer broke his back in three places.

‘I wouldn’t have a clue about power wattage’ – David Walsh

The journalist was speaking to Off The Ball last night.

Other - Wednesday 22 July, 2015

Celtic power through in Champions League despite an early scare

Celtic conceded early, but ran out comfortable winners.

We’ll Leave it There So: Schmidt’s new deal, McGregor does Dallas and all today’s sport

We’ll also bring you the best Irish sporting advertisement of all time.

This NBA coach proves that being good is far more important than gender

Much was said about her tenure as a head coach in the Las Vegas Summer League.

Other - Tuesday 21 July, 2015

We’ll Leave it There So: McClean warned, Sterling slips and the rest of Tuesday’s sport

Also a classy touch from Manchester United, and a defiant stance from team Sky.

Sky share Chris Froome performance data in bid to quash ‘wildly wrong’ claims

Dave Brailsford says Froome’s numbers aren’t nearly as high as many are claiming.

New strict diet means no more pre-race chicken nuggets for Usain Bolt

‘Eating vegetables all the time,’ poor chap.

Ali’s ‘Thrilla in Manila’ boots and Jordan’s backboard among $430,000 worth of US sports merchandise up for auction

But Mickey Mantle baseball cards are still the hottest property stateside.

Paul Dunne surges up the world rankings but he’s remaining amateur for the time being

Jordan Spieth also had some lovely words for the young amateur.

88 Irish athletes jet off to LA for Special Olympics World Summer Games

Ireland will compete in 13 disciplines in the Games starting this weekend.

Montgomerie fears long road to recovery for McIlroy

Rory McIlroy’s ankle injury may have a knock-on effect that spoils the remainder of his season.

No wonder nobody ever free-climbed this cliff before, these photos are terrifying

Yep, that perilously positioned tent is where you’re supposed to try to sleep.

The second fastest man on the planet is racing in Dublin this Friday

Yohan Blake is a former 100m world champion.

This baseball team has a unique way of drying their outfield

We can’t imagine this is the best use of police resources mind.

Other - Monday 20 July, 2015

13 of our favourite images from this year’s Open at St. Andrews

It was a fantastic five days of golf.

We’ll Leave it There So: Open drama, money showers and all today’s sport

Here’s everything you might have missed in the sporting world.

Zach Johnson wins The Open after dramatic playoff

The American got the better of Louis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman this evening.

As it happened: The Open three-way playoff between Johnson, Leishman and Ooshuizen Liveblog This post contains a poll

As it happened: The Open three-way playoff between Johnson, Leishman and Ooshuizen

Don’t miss a trick as we followed all the action on what promised to be a dramatic evening at St Andrews.

Sky rider somehow finished his Tour de France stage after this awful crash

Thomas hit a telegraph pole after being hit by another rider.

The sporting world has changed a lot in the time New Zealand have been rugby’s top test nation

Brian O’Driscoll’s arm was in a sling, while Roy Keane was still Manchester United captain.

‘That’s a tough lie’: Phil Mickelson just landed a horrible tee shot on this 1st floor balcony

Great place to watch The Open, not a good place to play The Open.

Paul Dunne has a good head on his shoulders, he knows how to handle this situation — Maguire

The world number one amateur also found herself in contention among the pros recently.

Here’s why Ireland’s Paul Dunne would miss out on €1.6 million if he wins the Open later

A longstanding rule means the amateur won’t win any prize money for his exploits.

‘The sporting story of a lifetime’ – Paul Dunne is grabbing headlines around the world

He’s on the front and back pages this morning.

An unmissable day of golf awaits and here’s your ticket for an afternoon on the couch

Make sure there’s enough ink in that printer.

‘This isn’t the Wild West’ says a disgruntled and frustrated Chris Froome

The under-pressure Tour de France leader is pointing the finger at the media.

Other - Sunday 19 July, 2015

The Waterford kayaker who shattered the record for circumnavigation of Ireland

Mick O’Meara battled crippling back pain, the freezing cold and the isolated wilderness to achieve his goal.

Paul Dunne felt ‘at home, comfortable’ while forcing his way in to Open Championship lead

“It was just a good day, I felt comfortable and hope for the same tomorrow.”