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Saturday 22 July, 2017

As It Happened: Cork v Mayo, All-Ireland SFC qualifier

It’s win or bust for both sides today at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick.

Hail Branden, full of Grace! South African blitzes The Open with the first 62 in major history Remarkable This post contains videos
Neymar's potential €222 million move to PSG could 'change everything,' says Jurgen Klopp

Neymar's potential €222 million move to PSG could 'change everything,' says Jurgen Klopp

The Liverpool manager cannot believe the amount of money being offered for the Barcelona player.

Canning goal sets Galway on road to All-Ireland quarter-final win over Clare

The Tribesmen won out by ten points in today’s curtain-raiser.

Thunderstruck! Usain Bolt clocks first sub-10 second time of the season in Monaco

The eight-time Olympic champion won the 100m at the Monaco Diamond League in a time of 9.95 seconds.

Two goals in two minutes keep Ireland's slim World Cup dream alive

Graham Shaw’s side battled from behind to beat India in the 7th/8th place World League play-off.

As it happened: Tipperary vs Clare, All-Ireland SHC quarter-final

Tipperary ran out winners at Páirc Uí Chaoimh and reach another All-Ireland semi, while Clare will be left to rue a plethora of wides and poor puck-outs on Leeside.

Australians rave about Derry's Conor Glass after impressive AFL debut

“Conor Glass? More like Conor Class!” Hawthorn fans were raving about their Derry debutante.

'Andy Lee can't be killed!': For director Jay Bulger, CounterPunch saw a remarkable story come full circle

Director and Rolling Stone journalist Jay Bulger wants to create boxing’s own ‘Boyhood’ after the success of his recent Netflix documentary, which featured a cameo from Ireland’s Andy Lee.

Ruud van Nistelrooy explains why Lukaku will thrive at Manchester United

Ruud van Nistelrooy recalls facing a young Romelu Lukaku and has no doubt the powerful striker will be a hit at Manchester United.

Ger Cunningham confirms he has stepped down from role as Dublin manager

On ending his near-three-year reign, Cunningham responded to ‘speculation’ about Dublin hurling, defending both he and his backroom team’s decision-making process.

Alexis Sanchez nearing move after spending Friday with PSG's sporting director

PSG are getting closer to completing the biggest double-swoop in football history.

DJ Carey's son starts for Kilkenny in All-Ireland final at the Páirc

The two-time Dr. Croke Cup winner will line out for the Cats against Cork.

Irish baseball looks to build on their first-ever European success

Last weekend, the U18 side won their European Baseball Championship Qualifiers pool.

'It will be absolutely huge for sport here' - The legacy of the Women's Rugby World Cup

Elaine Buckley of the Fair Game podcast spoke to The42 this week.

Poll: Who do you think will win this weekend's hurling quarter finals? Your Call This post contains a poll

Poll: Who do you think will win this weekend's hurling quarter finals?

Clare, Tipperary, Wexford and Waterford are all in action.

FAI boss insists Bray turmoil was 'unforeseeable', defends current licensing system

The association’s director of competitions Fran Gavin says they will meet with the club next week to receive assurances on its financial stability.

'When you run s**t, sponsors pull out and you're living off less than the dole'

Brian Gregan’s athletics career hit rock bottom last year when illness and injury completely eroded his confidence and prompted his sponsors to withdraw their support. But he has come through the other side and has enjoyed a superb start to the 2017 season ahead of next month’s World Championships.

'Their drive was serious. There was no hurling in Kilcar but they won a county title in national school'

How Ryan McHugh and Paddy McBrearty made it from a small village in south west Donegal to the top of Gaelic football.

Ireland manager out to avoid last-minute transfers clashing with crucial World Cup qualifier

Martin O’Neill will urge his players to get their business done before they depart for Tbilisi next month.

From 24-hour guard duty with the Defence Forces to causing mayhem in attack with Offaly

Siobhán Flannery’s new role is aimed at helping the Faithful county take flight.

Kelly and Collins seek top form, Premier firepower, new Páirc Uí Chaoimh - Tipp-Clare talking points

The counties lock horns at Páirc Uí Chaoimh in an eagerly-anticipated clash.

Europe's most exciting club last season, Monaco are battling hard to keep hold of key youngsters

The club are trying to fend off the super-rich and aren’t doing a bad job.

Ireland's number one goalkeeper Darren Randolph has found a new club

West Ham have agreed to sell the 30-year-old to Middlesbrough, subject to a medical and personal terms.

Friday 21 July, 2017

League leaders Waterford deliver emphatic win as familiar face returns to haunt Cobh

Shane O’Connor was central to the south-east club’s big victory.

Another spectacular League of Ireland strike but Bray's crisis still goes from bad to worse Wandering Lonely This post contains videos

Another spectacular League of Ireland strike but Bray's crisis still goes from bad to worse

Gary McCabe conjured a magnificent free-kick to give the Seagulls the lead but St. Pat’s rallied to pick up a second successive win.

Holohan hits superb hat-trick against former club as Galway breathe some life into staying up

The midfielder joined from Cork City earlier in the campaign but spent the 2014 season with Drogheda.

Spieth copes best in grim conditions to lead British Open

Matt Kuchar looks to be the biggest threat to the American at Royal Birkdale.

100 not out for O'Shea as Mayo name XV for Cork

The Breaffy man will bring up his century tomorrow evening.

Stellar McNamee fires Derry back into European spot as Bohs suffer third straight defeat

Barry McNamee scored his eighth goal of the season as Derry overtake Bray Wanderers into third spot.

McGrath sticks with the tried and tested for Wexford quarter-final

The Déise have made no changes for Sunday’s clash.

Five changes for Cork ahead of Mayo qualifier

As expected, Eoin Cadogan is back for the Rebels.

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'This was definitely the round that got me back into the Championship'

Rory McIlroy happy with how his Open bid is progressing.

Confirmed: Alvaro Morata is a Chelsea player after club-record £70m deal

The 24-year-old had been heavily linked with a move to Manchester united earlier in the summer.

Irish striker Murphy joins Nottingham Forrest

The former Newcastle man joins on a three-year deal.

After Liverpool 'tapping up' scandal, Virgil van Dijk tells Southampton he wants to leave

The Reds publicly dropped their pursuit of the centre-back but could they go back on their word?

Your essential guide to the weekend's GAA football championship action

It’s win or go home for the footballers of Cork, Mayo, Donegal and Galway.

Froome set for fourth Tour win as Martin consolidates sixth spot

Edvald Boasson Hagen won stage 19 today.

Anthony Stokes on the move after terminating contract with Blackburn

The Republic of Ireland international striker was just one year into a three-year deal.