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Saturday 17 February, 2018

'I told him: "you’re going to miss"' - Willian says he psyched out Ireland's David Meyler last night

The Ireland midfielder missed a penalty during Hull’s FA Cup defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Friday night.

Carbery's absence doesn't bother Cullen as highly-rated Frawley steps up

The expectation was that the 22-year-old would feature against Scarlets today.

'It would be a lie to say you'd not like to play for Man United or Man City'

Timo Werner has emerged as one of Europe’s most sought-after talents and admits that he would welcome a future move to an elite side

American star Lindsey Vonn misses podium in Olympic return as Ledecka claims shock win

Lindsey Vonn made her Pyeongchang debut on Saturday but she took a back seat to Czech Ester Ledecka, who stunned the field.

'We put a hell of a lot of effort into that game - the sheer amount of defence we did cost us'

Ulster fell to a late 17-16 Pro14 defeat to Edinburgh on Friday night at Kingspan Stadium.

'We wanted to send our supporters home happy after getting the bragging rights in the derby'

Bohemians manager Keith Long was glad to get one over on Shamrock Rovers last night, but he is under no illusions that they have a difficult season ahead.

Graeme McDowell tied for the lead at Riviera while Tiger Woods misses cut

American veteran and 14-time major champion Tiger Woods missed the cut on Friday and he lamented his display.

Dundalk man McElroy excels with Saracens after U20s World Cup dream was shattered

The 20-year-old hooker is thriving in his first season with the Premiership giants.

'You heard the likes of Darce and Drico talking about it when you were in your mid-20s'

Fergus McFadden has been rejuvenated this season and has returned to the Ireland set-up.

'Liam was extraordinary - one of the greatest talents that played for us in the last 20 years'

As a youngster at Celtic, the late Liam Miller was sent to Danish club FC Aarhus for a brief but memorable loan spell. They’ve never forgotten him.

Tipperary and Wexford renew rivalry for the first time since Davy Fitzgerald stormed the field

It was an eventful game that set storylines in motion for the summer of hurling.

Caulfield says Cummins aggrieved by red card that rules him out of Munster derby

The striker will now miss Friday’s clash with his former club Waterford after a dramatic night in Inchicore.

Double helping of Scarlets makes Leinster look at the big picture

The usual ‘one game at a time’ mantra was shelved briefly this week as the Pro14 approaches a pivotal few weeks.

Friday 16 February, 2018

'I cry often and I cry alone' - Gianluigi Buffon

The legendary goalkeeper admits he finds it helpful to shed tears – but football is not the reason behind him showing his emotions.

No David Clifford in Kerry side to face Monaghan

The youngster picked up a hamstring injury in a previous win against Mayo.

First start of 2018 for McInerney comes as one of 4 Galway changes for Offaly tie

The 2017 All-Ireland champions host the Faithful county on Sunday afternoon.

Out-of-favour star returns as Leicester book place in FA Cup last 8

Riyad Mahrez marked his first start since 20 January with an assist.

Ireland international Meyler misses penalty as Chelsea reach FA Cup quarter-finals

The Blues warmed up for their Champions League date with Barcelona by thrashing Hull City 4-0.

Dundalk left frustrated, as Bray get new era off to positive start

Stephen Kenny’s side were held by their opponents at Oriel Park this evening.

Night to remember for Waterford as they mark top flight return with comeback win

Gavan Holohan and Dean O’Halloran hit the net to give the hosts all three points against Derry City.

Sadlier's late goal direct from a corner gives 10-man champions a winning start

City had been pegged back by St Pat’s at Richmond Park after taking an early two-goal lead.

Last-gasp drop goal sees Edinburgh overcome Ulster

It was no less than the Scots deserved as they controlled most of the possession.

Dublin boss Pat Gilroy shakes things up for crucial Limerick clash

The Sky Blues side shows three changes from last time out.

Bohemians stage second-half comeback to see off Rovers in Dublin derby

A Dan Casey double helped Keith Long’s side to a 3-1 win at a sold-out Dalymount Park tonight.

Four West Brom players apologise after allegedly stealing a taxi in Barcelona and driving it to McDonald's

The Baggies are investigating the incident, which took place this week during a training camp in Spain.

Dundalk take Everton's promising Irish striker on loan

Sam Byrne is the brother of Ireland and Leinster rugby player Adam.

Can a former League of Ireland favourite inspire an upset of Man City and more FA Cup talking points

Paul Cook’s Wigan take on Pep Guardiola’s men in the competition’s fifth round.

Leinster place faith in Reid-O'Loughlin partnership as Nacewa carefully managed

With Henshaw, Ringrose and Nacewa all unavailable, there is a big emphasis on Leinster’s midfield partnership for tomorrow’s clash with Scarlets.

'Some of the drugs seemed to be making no difference. It was as bad a break as I've seen'

Alison Miller’s horrific injury took the gloss off Ireland’s win over Italy last weekend.

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'Big lies' - Mourinho dismisses reports of Pogba row and talk he wants to leave

The Frenchman isn’t enjoying the best of times at Manchester United, but his manager insists there is no rift.

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Rugby rape trial: Rory Harrison told police alleged victim was 'fixated on' Paddy Jackson

Judge Patricia Smyth told jurors not to discuss the trial over the weekend.

Colm Cavanagh set for first Tyrone appearance of the year in re-fixed McKenna Cup final

Mickey Harte has made 14 changes to the team for Saturday night’s clash against Donegal.

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'I capsized twice in six hours... all I knew was my head got smashed against the side of the cabin'

The low points stand out as the most vivid memories for Damian Browne after he completed his epic 4,800-kilometre row.

'Some victories feel sweeter': Waterford's return, and the banner that sparked a rivalry LOI

'Some victories feel sweeter': Waterford's return, and the banner that sparked a rivalry

The SSE Airtricity League is back – and so is John O’Sullivan’s column.

'He's effectively missing out on an All-Ireland final. How often do you get that chance?'

NUIG star Damien Comer is frustrated that the Sigerson Cup final has clashed with Corofin’s All-Ireland semi-final on Saturday.