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Yesterday’s News

Two fancied ex-All Blacks out of the running for Connacht job

Tony Brown has ruled himself out, while Jono Gibbes will be staying in France.

Under-fire referee Mike Dean demoted to the Championship

The official has endured a difficult December, following a number of controversial Premier League decisions.

Munster Council confirm U25 hurling championship

A similar format could be introduced for football

'He's an exceptional leader, a leader of men': Hickey praises the appointment of Earley

Seamus Hickey confirmed that the GAA had no involvement in Dermot Earley’s hiring as the GPA’s new chief executive.

8 of the most common exercise and nutrition myths to avoid in 2017

‘Everyone in fitness is trying to sell you something, nobody is trying to sell you the truth,’ writes personal trainer James Hanley.

Venue standards, live broadcasts and highlights show part of developments for women's 6 Nations

We’ll now be able to watch all of the women’s Six Nations games live.

New GPA chief talks championship restructures, pay-for-play and Super 11s

Dermot Earley will succeed Dessie Farrell next month.

'I would back myself' - Cronin believes he's still in the Lions frame

The Leinster hooker is positive about making a full recovery from his hamstring injury.

'Evolution happens in every team': Criticism from ex-Dubs doesn't concern Ger Cunningham

The Cork native added that “the door is always open” for Con O’Callaghan to hurl with the county.

Tuesday 17 January, 2017

Benteke header gives Big Sam his first win, Sunderland bow out of FA Cup to Burnley

Palace will now face Manchester City in the fourth round.

Mark Bergin anointed Kilkenny hurling captain for the year ahead

The 27-year-old was O’Loughlin Gaels’ nomination.

All Black out-half Aaron Cruden commits to three years with Montpellier

The Chiefs star has chosen a life in France over another shot at the World Cup.

Kevin McManamon: I wouldn’t be playing for Dublin if I didn’t use sports psychology

McManamon labelled the criticism of sports psychology as “absolute nonsense.”

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Sale Sharks suspend player over alleged tactics leak to brother

Tom and Luke Arscott met in the days before their respective clubs played and Sale Sharks are not happy about the outcome.

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We'll Leave It There So: Earley rising, Triggs cited and all today's sport

OCI nominees, Peter O’Mahony and Diego Costa also made the news today.

O'Loughlin in 'pinch yourself' territory as he tries to get his head around rapid Leinster rise

The former St Michael’s student knew time was running out for him at the province before the start of this season.

Leinster lock Triggs cited, joins Frans Steyn at disciplinary hearing tomorrow

The Kiwi has been called before a disciplinary committee for making contact with the eye are of Nic White.

Clinical Glenstal cruise past Clements into Munster Senior Cup quarter-finals

Glenstal ran out 27-10 winners at the University of Limerick.

UFC contender Tim Kennedy pens poignant statement to announce his retirement

Kennedy made his professional MMA debut over 15 years ago.

Back in the good books? Costa trains with full squad after reported Conte bust-up

The striker is preparing with his team-mates for Sunday’s clash with Hull.

Carl Frampton wins prestigious boxing Fighter of the Year award

THE RING Magazine formally recognised the Belfast boxer’s achievements.

Ex-Connacht captain Clarke forced at gunpoint to aid getaway

“I’ve got a couple of kids at home,” the 33-year-old pleaded with the armed robbers.

Blackburn terminate Irish winger O'Sullivan's contract by mutual agreement

The 23-year-old had been with the Ewood Park club since leaving Belvedere at the age of 15.

Michael Conlan's first pro opponent named ahead of St Patrick's Day debut

American Tim Ibarra will go toe to toe with the Belfast native on 17 March.

These are the 3 people who want to be the next OCI President

The Olympic Council of Ireland’s EGM takes place next month.

Jason Byrne's pursuit of goalscoring record to continue at his sixth League of Ireland club

The legendary striker will play for Cabinteely in 2017.

Back to winning ways! Ireland end miserable run with nail-biting victory

John Bracewell’s side did just enough to squeeze past Namibia.

Zebre part ways with head coach after hammerings by Leinster and Connacht

The Italian club have conceded 20 tries in their last two games.

Cork City winger signs new deal despite 'a lot of interest' from elsewhere

Stephen Dooley will remain on Leeside after impressing during his first season with the FAI Cup holders.

Napoli to offer Maradona role once club legend settles his bill with Italy's tax man

The Argentine was ordered to pay €39 million four years ago.

Stumbling blocks for Jack-DeGale rematch as WBC send mandatory title defence orders

Badou Jack has been ordered to defend his super-middleweight title against Callum Smith.

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Here's Robbie Keane belting out Joxer Goes To Stuttgart in a Dublin pub

No better man for it. (Well, maybe Christy Moore himself.)

Wales fans 'outraged' by ticket allocation for World Cup qualifier in Dublin

The Football Association of Wales have been allocated 6.4% of tickets for the game against Ireland in March.

Serena Williams books her place in the second round but is the pressure of number 23 getting to her?

The American tennis star has her sights set on a record 23rd grand slam.

Gaelic Players Association appoints its new chief exec to take over from Dessie Farrell

GPA president Dermot Earley will take up his new role next month.

'We want Sam to concentrate on his game' - Howley on call to change Wales captain

Alun Wyn Jones will lead the side for this year’s Six Nations campaign.

NRL star suspended after testing positive for steroids

Jarrod Mullen has played 211 matches for Newcastle since making his debut 12 years ago.

Cork make 7 changes as they seek a third win in a row

The Rebels face Waterford tomorrow night in the Munster Hurling League in Mallow.

POM undergoing return-to-play protocols, with TOD back in Munster training

Fullback Simon Zebo suffered a dead leg against Glasgow last weekend.

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A reminder that the NFL still has a serious head injury problem

Chris Conley is the latest player to take a massive hit to the head and only miss one play.