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Wednesday 20 June, 2018

Analysis: The David Pocock offside penalty that wasn't really a penalty

The Wallabies flanker is a deeply intelligent rugby player and this penalty was worth a closer look.

Fabianski sorts club future while at World Cup by becoming a Hammer

The Polish ‘keeper has left Swansea for West Ham.

USA to visit Dublin as Ireland's November Test schedule announced

Joe Schmidt’s men will play four Tests this Autumn.

Murray casts doubt over Wimbledon after 11-month comeback ends in defeat

‘How I feel tomorrow is relevant. If I wake up and don’t feel good then that’s not the best sign for best of five tennis.’

Ready to go! Goodbye Leaving Cert, hello crazy summer of Gaelic football and soccer

Irish international and Cork football star Saoirse Noonan has an update on her hectic life in her weekly column.

Dublin make two changes for Leinster U21 semi-final showdown with Wexford

The sides meet at Parnell Park this evening.

Jim Gavin concern for Croke Park pitch post-Taylor Swift concerts as Leinster final looms

Four games are set to take place on the newly relaid pitch before Dublin take on Laois on Sunday afternoon.

'The thinking man's golfer': Five-time Open winner Thomson dies RIP

'The thinking man's golfer': Five-time Open winner Thomson dies

The Australian golfing great was 88.

'I want to prove people wrong': Kane aiming to reach Ronaldo and Messi levels

The England captain says he is out to prove a point at the World Cup.

Scannell and Herring impress as Ireland's depth continues to grow

Joe Schmidt and his coaching staff are pleased that they now have options across the pitch.

'Last year was a tough one to take...That probably drove us on a small bit this year'

Waterford have revenge on their minds as they face Cork in a repeat of last year’s Munster U21 hurling semi-final tonight.

'We played minor together for Westmeath for a year and senior for Athlone'

Former Athlone Gaelic football team-mates Robbie Henshaw and Ray Connellan caught up last week in Melbourne.

A little luck could go a long way for Irish provinces as Champions Cup draw sets stall for the season ahead

To avoid another clash with Racing 92, Munster will hope the seedings fall their way ahead of this afternoon’s draw.

Tuesday 19 June, 2018

Wilshere 'ultimately left with little choice' as he confirms Arsenal exit after 17 years

Jack Wilshere claims he agreed a contract worth less money to remain a Gunner, but will depart for ‘footballing reasons’.

Ireland nearing Grand Slam form ahead of series decider but 'not there yet', says Stander

CJ Stander was quick to share the praise for Ireland’s exploits on Saturday, but couldn’t help but marvel at the ‘machine’-like Tadhg Furlong.

Powter fails to make Cork panel for Munster final but O'Neill named on bench

Sam Ryan replaces Colm O’Neill and will make his senior championship debut against Kerry.

'Look at rugby’s rankings below the top 8... Fiji, Tonga, Easter Island, Treasure Island and Love Island'

And Neil Francis thinks the GAA championship is uncompetitive, writes Eoin Butler.

4 seniors start for Tipperary and 3 for Limerick in Munster U21 showdown

The counties face-off on Thursday night.

Captain scores freak own goal as Russia emphatically sour Salah's scoring return All In Vain This post contains videos

Captain scores freak own goal as Russia emphatically sour Salah's scoring return

Mohamed Salah found the net for Egypt but it was all too late as the hosts romped to another win.

Arsenal confirm Leno signing as Gunners secure highly-rated German goalkeeper

The 26-year-old Germany international made over 200 appearances for Bayer Leverkusen.

How working with kicking coach 'Tommy Perfection' helped Shane Walsh nail his Connacht final frees

Walsh scored eight points against Roscommon on Sunday, including five frees.

In praise of Derek - 'He was like a father figure in that regard, trying to steer you on the right path'

Waterford forward Brian O’Halloran salutes their departing manager Derek McGrath.

Ireland international becomes second Dubliner to sign for Aberdeen in recent weeks

Dubliner Stephen Gleeson has signed a two year contract with the Scottish Premiership side.

'His involvement provoked discomfort' - Barca angered by Pique's role in Griezmann saga

Barcelona will probe the involvement of Gerard Pique and Samuel Umtiti in Antoine Griezmann’s decision to stay at Atletico Madrid.

Niang pounces for opportunistic goal as Senegal stun Poland for first African win at World Cup Howler This post contains videos

Niang pounces for opportunistic goal as Senegal stun Poland for first African win at World Cup

The Poland players were incensed his goal was allowed.

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Boris Becker's diplomatic passport is 'fake' says Central Africa Republic

The document’s serial number corresponded to one of a batch of new passports that were stolen in 2014.

Cork City boss believes they've been dealt toughest possible Champions League draw

The SSE Airtricity League Premier Division champions will face Legia Warsaw over two legs next month.

Neymar limps out of training with 'painful right ankle', setting Brazilian alarm bells ringing

After a frustrating 1-1 draw with Switzerland on Sunday night Brazil will next take on Costa Rica on Friday.

Struggling England under scrutiny but Eddie Jones is 'absolutely loving it'

The England head coach is under pressure after a dire run of results, but he sees success on the horizon.

Brazil demanding explanation from Fifa for VAR controversy against Switzerland

Following two contentious incidents in the 1-1 draw, Brazil have written to Fifa to seek clarity.

Analysis: Ringrose adds creative playmaking touches to Ireland attack

But Joe Schmidt will be keen to see his side being more clinical in Sydney this weekend.

Canning returns to start for Tribe U21s while DJ Carey's side includes 4 Kilkenny seniors

Kilkenny face Galway in tomorrow night’s Leinster U21 hurling semi-final in Tullamore.

7 senior players in Cork side while Waterford field All-Ireland winners for Munster U21 semi-final

The sides meet in Páirc Uí Rinn tomorrow night.

Working at Liverpool and Sunderland, a return to Ireland and facing Dublin in a first Leinster final

Next Sunday is an occasion to savour for Portlaoise native Brian Glynn.

Japan defeat 10-man Colombia following third-minute red card to take command of Group H

Goals from Shinji Kagawa and Yuya Osako saw Japan upset the 2014 quarter-finalists on Tuesday.

Cork City face daunting task against Polish kingpins in Champions League opener

However, a stroke of luck means the losers receive a bye to the Europa League’s third qualifying round.

Cork boss: 'I can honestly say in six months we have not had a bad training session since we started'

Steadiness is the key message from Ronan McCarthy before Saturday’s Munster final.

Nucifora wary of provincial 'parochialism' as Irish rugby looks to move forward

The IRFU’s performance director sat down for a briefing with the Irish rugby media in Sydney yesterday.

'It's a player's call, to say whether he's available for selection' - Dublin wait on Cluxton fitness

The All-Ireland winning captain was forced off in the first half of the Leinster semi-final against Longford.