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Yesterday’s News

Away goal essential as Cork City aim to nullify on-loan Middlesbrough striker

The Premier Division leaders open their Europa League campaign tomorrow in Estonia.

From Hillsborough disaster: The almost three-decade journey to justice Hillsborough

Hillsborough disaster: The almost three-decade journey to justice

The Crown Prosecution Service confirmed today that six people will be charged over the 1989 disaster.

Quiz: Can you recognise these Leinster senior hurling winning captains?

Let’s test your knowledge before next Sunday’s showdown.

Highly-rated teenager turns down Premier League offers to sign new Fulham deal

Ryan Sessegnon was being tracked by Man United, Liverpool and Tottenham among other top-flight clubs.

For the first time ever, you can buy an Ireland women's rugby jersey

This is the jersey Ireland will wear during next month’s World Cup.

Injury blow for Dublin hurlers ahead of All-Ireland qualifier with Laois

Oisin Gough joins Darragh O’Connell and Cian Boland in the treatment room.

'I don't play for money': Man City target Dani Alves announces he's leaving Juventus

The Brazilian defender is expected to move to England.

'I don't think he's worth £60m' - Former Liverpool defender expresses doubts over Van Dijk

Steve Nicol: “Can he do it at one of the big boys? I don’t know.”

Mixed views over Munster hurling change, happy with Semple choice and fingers crossed for McInerney

Donal Moloney and the Clare players are gearing up for Sunday week.

'It isn't true' - No negotiations with United over Morata according to Real president

A move for the striker from Real Madrid to Manchester United is seemingly no closer to being finalised.

'They're a dangerous team going forward' - Bradley cautious ahead of Rovers' trip to Iceland

Stephen Bradley took over as Shamrock Rovers manager 12 months ago following the club’s exit from Europe.

Neville shocked by Wayne Rooney decision delay

The striker’s future needs to be resolved swiftly, says the former United defender.

3 new faces in Tipperary team as Cork unchanged for Munster minor hurling semi-final

A place in the Munster final on 9 July is at stake.

From Criminal proceedings WILL be brought in relation to Hillsborough disaster Justice For The 96

Criminal proceedings WILL be brought in relation to Hillsborough disaster

Six people including four police officers, a safety officer and a solicitor are charged.

History-making Melbourne Cup winner Michelle Payne tests positive for banned substance

The first female winner of the Melbourne Cup tested positive for an appetite suppressant.

Robbie Henshaw's tour looks to be over as Lions wait on scan results

The outlook is not good for the Ireland and Leinster centre.

Good news Cork City fans, your Europa League qualifier will be on TV

The SSE Airtricity League leaders play Levadia Tallinn tomorrow.

No regrets for Scottish pair after winning very brief Lions caps

Finn Russell and Allan Dell were the ‘lucky’ ones among the so-called ‘geography six.’

Jim Gavin '100% right' to take a stand on Connolly criticism, says Galway boss Walsh

Trial by television jury does players a disservice, says Kevin Walsh.

‘I want to be a leader like Ryan was to us'

Ger Doherty discusses Derry City’s aspirations in Europe and his role as club captain since the tragic passing of Ryan McBride.

'There probably was a bit of destiny there': Jack O'Connor more than happy to follow a well-worn path

O’Connor’s father and uncle lifted the Liam MacCarthy Cup with Wexford in 1996.

Lots of outside 'noise' but Lions must now produce performance of a lifetime

Warren Gatland believes is Test team are totally focused on the task.

Tipperary's 'silent assassin' Quinlivan ruled out of qualifier trip to Cavan

All-Star forward damaged his ankle ligaments in the defeat to Cork.

Tuesday 27 June, 2017

Longford Town snap up Neale Fenn as their new manager

Fenn targets Premier Division return as he takes over at City Calling Stadium.

Portuguese cyclist tests positive for EPO just four days before Tour de France starts

Andre Cardoso suspended by Trek team following failed drugs test.

Kerry come from 9 points down to take Munster junior title in extra-time thriller

Tomás Ó Sé and Philip O’Connor combined for 4-7 as the Kingdom downed Cork in Páirc Uí Rinn.

Henderson frustrated by 'stupid' yellow after putting himself in Test frame

The 25-year-old Ulsterman was outstanding before being sent to the sin bin.

England v Germany went to penalties, so there could only be one winner U21 Euros This post contains videos

England v Germany went to penalties, so there could only be one winner

Germany book their place in U21 European Championship final.

Louth's Ryan Burns handed 12-week suspension for hitting an umpire with a football

Burns has been banned for “minor physical interference with an umpire.”

Fifa discloses damaging Qatar World Cup bid report

The decision comes after German publication Bild obtained what it said was a leaked copy of the findings.

ESPN's new 30 for 30 podcast series is available from today

The first episode, entitled The Trials of Dan and Dave, has just been launched.

Sky Sports set to launch channels for specific sports in bid to halt falling figures

The network is also reportedly planning to reduce its subscription fees.

Courtney Lawes confident and ready after staking strong Test claim in Wellington

The English lock did his chances of facing the All Blacks no harm today against the Hurricanes.

'I thought I was f*****': Anderson recalls Champions League final penalty nerves

The Brazilian says he was petrified ahead of taking a spot-kick during Man United’s shootout victory over Chelsea in Moscow.

Four hurling teams confirmed for Super 11s double-header in Boston this November

Dublin, Galway, Tipperary and Clare will be in action at the home of the Boston Red Sox.

John McEnroe says he 'doesn't want to upset' Serena Williams, but refuses to apologise for comments

McEnroe appeared on ‘CBS This Morning’ and defended his remarks about Williams.

First English club makes landmark move to install 'safe standing' section

All-seated stadia have become the norm in England since the Hillsborough disaster.

Ex-Leinster and Welsh prospects join new crop in Munster academy

Jack Power and James McCarthy are joining the southern province for 2017/18.

Maguire can 'add that bit extra' to a Preston side eyeing the Premier League

Alan Browne expects his new team-mate to be a success at Deepdale when he makes the move next month.