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Friday 26 May, 2017

Huge three points for Bohs as Fitzgerald stunner ensures they move clear of drop zone

President Michael D. Higgins was in attendance but his beloved Galway came up short on the night.

Austin Stacks advance to Kerry SFC quarter-finals after win over James O'Donoghue's Legion

There were three games taking place in the Kingdom tonight.

Strength in depth of Ladies football highlighted as Teams of the League announced

Cork, Donegal and Dublin each have three representatives.

Super Saints to sinners: Duffy's majestic free-kick sees Pat's sink to bottom of the table

David McMillan was also on the mark as Dundalk extend their lead over third-placed Bray.

Delaney on the double as City come from behind against 10-man Rovers

The Premier Division leaders maintained their 15-point lead at the top of the Premier Division table.

London's revamped home, Limerick's forgotten son returns and Waterford's last win over Cork in 1960

We take a look at the interesting tidbits from the GAA world.

Conor Cooney's return in attack the only change as Galway begin their Leinster campaign

Michael Donoghue will stick with the tried and tested as Galway face Dublin.

4 youngsters set to make their Dublin debuts against the All-Ireland favourites

Ger Cunningham has named his 15 for the game in Tullamore.

Done deal! Monaco star joins Man City for fee that could rise to £70 million

Bernardo Silva arrived in Manchester on Thursday evening and is having a medical.

From a dilapidated shack in a 'seedy grey town' to being Man United's inspirational unsung hero

The winger-turned-defender, who has signed a contract extension with the club, has been a disciplined, humble, phenomenal asset.

As it happened: Cork City v Shamrock Rovers, SSE Airtricity League Premier Division

The league leaders look to extend their undefeated run as they welcome the Hoops to Turner’s Cross.

Wenger vying to be the competition's most successful manager and the FA Cup final talking points

Chelsea are hoping to make it a league/cup double against Arsenal, who are facing a defensive crisis.

'I've never been in a Munster jersey that's won a trophy. It's a huge goal'

Peter O’Mahony is looking to lift his first silverware with the province tomorrow against Scarlets.

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They’ve been far too easy the past few weeks.

Gattuso back with AC Milan... as U19 coach

After leaving relegated Pisa, Gattuso promised to ‘instil all the players with the values needed to wear the red and black shirt.”

Analysis: What does Joe Canning bring to Galway's game from centre-forward?

Eddie Brennan and David Collins give their views on the Portumna star’s resurgance at 11.

From Olympic heartbreak to bill-topping professional boxer Lilywhite Lightning This post contains videos

From Olympic heartbreak to bill-topping professional boxer

Eric “Lilywhite Lightning” Donovan has set his sights on being European champion.

Saving my fingers and life were the biggest battle, says Kvitova ahead of comeback at French Open

The Czech star feared she may not play tennis again after being stabbed in December, but she is back on the court this weekend.

Whatever happened to the Manchester United way?

Tommy Martin on a club that should be about more than winning trophies.

‘All the Lions have been watching Super Rugby with one eye’

Andy Farrell has taken plenty of encouragement from seeing Kiwi teams cancel each other out this season.

'I think it’ll be over by the first or second round'

Michael Conlan takes on Mexican journeyman Alfredo Chanez in his second professional fight tonight.

Joe Schmidt presents awards to Ireland's leading club rugby players UBL

Joe Schmidt presents awards to Ireland's leading club rugby players

Cork Con’s Niall Kenneally was named Ulster Bank League Division 1A Player of the Year.

David Luiz 'took a risk and a pay cut' to return to Chelsea

The Blues defender says he was happy to return to Stamford Bridge because he doesn’t “like the easy life”.

O'Donovan brothers make European Rowing Championships semi-finals after repechage

The pair took take their second chance this afternoon to reach the semi-finals.

Nothing to pay and little to play for: Wexford FC and life at the bottom of the First Division

The new league structure means Wexford FC have no hope of promotion. Manager Damien Locke says they must build for the future.

Shamrock Rovers youngster set for move to the Championship

The club have confirmed that Conor Grant is joining Sheffield Wednesday.

Irishman Shane O'Leary gets call-up to Canada trials before June Tests

The 24-year-old left Connacht at the end of the season.

Saili starts ahead of Taute with Munster and Scarlets unchanged for Pro12 final

The Welsh side are completely unchanged from last weekend’s semi-final win over Leinster.

Stephen Ireland offered new deal by Stoke as he continues rehabilitation

The midfielder has been out of action since suffering a double leg break last year.

Ex-Ireland Schools prop Jager to face Lions in New Zealand tour opener

The tighthead will be among those who get the first shot at the Lions next week.

Irish goalkeeping great Shay Given could be set to retire after release from Stoke

The Donegal native made five Premier League appearances this season.

Despite helping them win a Super Bowl, some Seahawks players appear to hate Russell Wilson

Many on the defensive side of the ball want to see the quarterback ‘exposed’.

FAI confirm New Balance as new Ireland kit supplier

The new jerseys will launch in August this year.

Stevie G reckons 'world class' Klopp can attract top, top players to Liverpool LFC

Stevie G reckons 'world class' Klopp can attract top, top players to Liverpool

The Liverpool boss is just as important to Liverpool attracting big names as Champions League football, according Gerrard.

Steve Hansen can't see himself as All Blacks coach after 2019

Joe Schmidt has been mentioned as a potential replacement in the past.

"We can shut the circus down" - Mayweather-McGregor fight terrible for boxing, insists De La Hoya The Golden Boy This post contains a poll

"We can shut the circus down" - Mayweather-McGregor fight terrible for boxing, insists De La Hoya

Oscar De La Hoya has no interest in a fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor. But he would say that.

'It was the greatest tour I was ever on but there's still a huge amount of pain and regret'

He should look back on it with a huge sense of pride but Shane Byrne’s memories of the 2005 Lions tour are skewed by the disappointment of a series defeat.

It's the Cavs versus Warriors in the NBA Finals, again

For the third straight year they’ll face off for the crown.

Tipperary goalkeeper facing lengthy ban after alleged incident with referee

All-Star nominee Evan Comerford was sent off by Paddy Russell in a club football game on Tuesday evening.