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Dublin: 13 °C Sunday 22 April, 2018

Friday 20 April, 2018

'I was with Munster for 13 years and my appreciation of what I had there has gone through the roof'

Donnacha Ryan is preparing to face his former club in Sunday’s Champions Cup showdown, but the 34-year-old has gained a fresh perspective since moving to France.

After 4 games and 0 goals, Irish striker Anthony Stokes set to be sacked by Greek club

The Ireland international was released by Hibernian back in January.

'It's never easy when you follow great managers at great clubs', Moyes warns

The former Man United boss knows better than most.

Exeter hit out at 'disappointing' decision over Ampadu's Chelsea transfer fee

The League Two club are unhappy with the tribunal’s decision over the price of the teenage defender, who moved to the Blues last summer.

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Hole-in-one not enough as tournament favourite Dunne misses the cut in Morocco

The 25-year-old struggled to a four-over par round of 76 today.

9 candidates to replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal boss

Could it be Brendan Rodgers, Thomas Tuchel, Thierry Henry or Carlo Ancelotti?

Adare Manor to bid for 2026 Ryder Cup after completion of €70 million redesign

Owner JP McManus said he wants to bring the tournament back to Ireland.

Man United's biggest game left this season and more talking points ahead of this weekend's action

Plus, departing Arsene Wenger set for hero’s reception at the Emirates.

Gazidis: Arsenal cannot replace Wenger - we need a new path

The Arsenal CEO held a press conference at the Emirates Stadium this evening.

Lansdowne stand in the way of Cork Con's remarkable six-in-a-row bid

The two clubs meet in Saturday’s Bateman Cup final at Temple Hill.

'I wouldn’t have had a hope without it...I’d be a goner': Deise hurler wants oxygen tanks at all GAA grounds

An Rinn’s Eoghan Breathnach suffered a serious injury in a junior club hurling game on Easter Sunday.

Wasps forward Johnson provisionally suspended after failing drugs test

The South African has been with the Premiership club since 2012.

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'He cleans up other people's mistakes': Sexton thrilled to have Henshaw back to battle Scarlets

The captain is hoping the ‘hard truths’ learned in two semi-final losses last year can be put to good use tomorrow.

'I have to do what I’m told at some stage in my life': Injured Walsh to miss Punchestown

The jockey has been unable to recover from a broken leg in time for next week’s festival.

Dragons centre forced to retire from rugby at 28 due to major trauma scars on brain

Adam Hughes made 119 appearances for the Welsh region.

Ferguson pays heartfelt homage to 'great man' Wenger

The Manchester United legend has issued a tribute towards his rival and friend.

'He played football that made us change the way we played against them'

Gary Neville and others in the footballing world have paid tribute to the departing Arsenal boss.

Aguero ruled out for rest of season after undergoing knee operation

Argentina’s team doctor is concerned about the striker’s fitness ahead of the World Cup.

Leinster name strong 'A' team for tomorrow's B&I Cup semi-final

Adam Byrne, Ian Nagle and Josh Murphy all start against the Jersey Reds.

Mourinho: I always had respect for Wenger and I hope he doesn't retire

The Manchester United manager insists he has always respected the Arsenal boss despite their previous clashes.

Cork v Mayo, Dublin v Galway - Last four name sides for huge day of league action

Sunday is semi-final day in the Lidl Ladies National League, with decider spots up for grabs across the four divisions.

Sean O'Brien underwent surgery on his shoulder today

Leinster head coach Leo Cullen revealed that the flanker required a procedure on the issue this morning.

Henderson captains Ulster for visit of star-studded Warriors

Jono Gibbes can still push the northern province to a play-off if they can beat the Conference B leaders.

'The Arsene Wenger Stadium' - Former Arsenal players call for tribute

The Gunners boss should have the Emirates Stadium renamed in his honour, according to Paul Merson and Alan Smith.

Rodgers 'couldn't be happier' at Celtic as Arsenal speculation mounts

Brendan Rodgers has been linked with the Arsenal job since Wenger announced his resignation earlier.

Earls ready to take flight again as Munster name side for Racing 92 battle

Ireland’s Grand Slam-winning wing is fit for Sunday’s European semi.

Henshaw returns as Leinster go with JGP over Lowe for semi-final clash with Scarlets

Cullen and Lancaster have picked Scott Fardy and Jamison Gibson-Park as their two permitted ‘non-Europeans’.

Vieira to Henry: Arsene Wenger's best signings at Arsenal

Vieira to Henry: Arsene Wenger's best signings at Arsenal

Pascal Cygan doesn’t make the cut.

Rugby Players Ireland to facilitate player behaviour workshops 'in light of recent events'

“We are actively developing the contents of our Player Wellbeing Programme in conjunction with the IRFU and provincial management teams.”

Liverpool to return to Dublin for glamour friendly this summer

Jurgen Klopp’s Reds will face Napoli at the Aviva Stadium on 4 August.

Zlatan's World Cup return cast into doubt by Sweden boss, questioned by colleague

The enigmatic striker has expressed a desire to come out of international retirement this summer.

Arsene Wenger to step down as Arsenal manager at the end of the season

The Frenchman won three Premier Leagues and seven FA Cups during his 22 seasons in charge.

Lance Armstrong settles $100m lawsuit with US government and former teammate

He’ll pay a $5m settlement and won’t now face Floyd Landis in court.

Warriors, Pelicans claim 3-0 leads as Embiid inspires 76ers

The Golden State Warriors and New Orleans Pelicans hold 3-0 leads in the west, while the Philadelphia 76ers are up 2-1 in the east.

‘Ultimately, I don’t think I was ready to go into Tottenham’s first team’

Derry’s Aaron McEneff recalls playing in the same underage side as Harry Kane, establishing himself as a top player in Ireland and words of advice from his late captain.

'When it comes to rape, I think we're still obsessed with women'

Anna Krien, author of ‘Night Games,’ on consent, toxic masculinity of sport and how these problems can be counteracted.

'He has been around hurling his whole life and knows what he's talking about'

Eoghan O’Donnell is adjusting to life with his new Dublin boss.

Munster and Holland feel they're no longer 'a little bit one-dimensional'

Tipperary totem Donnacha Ryan will be targeting Munster’s lineout on Sunday in France.

Thursday 19 April, 2018

Conlan to get shot at 'revenge' for Rio robbery as Russian nemesis joins him at Top Rank

“It’ll be huge. It’ll be absolutely huge.”