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Dublin: 16 °C Wednesday 19 September, 2018

Saturday 15 September, 2018

Ireland's Nhat Nguyen earns bronze medal at European Junior Championships

The 18-year-old Vietnam-born badminton starlet has enjoyed an encouraging few days at the event.

Harrington's strong form continues as 65 puts him in contention at KLM Open

The 47-year-old is three shots behind leader Chris Wood heading into the final round.

10-man Man United end Watford's 100% record

The Red Devils prevailed despite a late rally from the Hornets.

Victories for Blackrock and Midleton as they book Cork senior hurling semi-final spots

The sides will clash at the last four stage in a fortnight.

Irish duo among the goalscorers in the Championship

Ryan Manning and Callum Robinson were on target for Rotherham and Preston respectively.

Gerrard's Rangers bounce back, former Dundalk striker on target

David McMillan was on the scoresheet, while elsewhere Hearts extended their lead at the top of the table.

Britain's Yates set to secure Tour of Spain title

His success follows that of Sky’s Chris Froome in the Tour of Italy in May.

'It was a penalty' - Pochettino bemoans no-call in Liverpool loss

The Spurs boss felt his team should have a had a spot kick, but conceded his team were second best.

Watch: Luis Suarez helps inspire Barca's fightback against Real Sociedad Resilience This post contains videos

Watch: Luis Suarez helps inspire Barca's fightback against Real Sociedad

Second-half goals from the Uruguayan and Ousmane Dembélé were enough for the reigning champions to prevail.

Xhaka stunner helps Emery's Gunners to third straight win

Arsenal held on for an important win at St James’ Park despite Ciaran Clark’s late goal for Newcastle.

Sane, Sterling and the Silvas sparkle as City make light work of Fulham

There were also wins for Bournemouth and Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon.

Chelsea survive scare to move level on points with Liverpool

Eden Hazard hit a hat-trick as the Londoners maintained their perfect start.

Liverpool are like Messi’s Barcelona at their best - Souness

The three-time European Cup winner believes this is the best Reds side in nearly 30 years.

As it happened: Watford vs Man United, Premier League

We went minute-by-minute as Watford welcomed Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United to Vicarage Road.

Mayweather says '9 figure pay day' and Pacquiao rematch on cards this year

The US star earned an estimated $220 million from the previous fight.

Klopp proud after Liverpool's 'best game of the season'

The Reds maintained their 100% start to the season with a big win at Wembley.

'Cristiano worked well and I think tomorrow he will score'

The star skipped Portugal’s Nations League win over Italy to focus on his new club.

Hansen not 'bitching' about ref call in All Blacks' shock loss

The New Zealand coach would not blame referee Nigel Owens or fly-half Beauden Barrett for the defeat to South Africa.

Liverpool maintain 100% record and outline title credentials with win over Spurs

Goals from Georginio Wijnaldum and Roberto Firmino either side of half-time saw the Reds prevail.

Gutsy Argentina hold off Wallabies for famous win Landmark This post contains videos

Gutsy Argentina hold off Wallabies for famous win

It was their first defeat of their opponents on Australian soil in 35 years.

Defeating the All Blacks the pinnacle of Erasmus' coaching career Rassie This post contains videos

Defeating the All Blacks the pinnacle of Erasmus' coaching career

What a moment for the former Munster director of rugby.

'I'd like to apologise to our fans. It was probably the worst 45 minutes we've had' Apology This post contains videos

'I'd like to apologise to our fans. It was probably the worst 45 minutes we've had'

Cork City manager John Caulfield apologised to supporters following his side’s 4-2 defeat against Bohemians.

Late injuries the only blemish on night Munster provide a glimpse of their firepower

Johann van Graan’s side finished last night’s win over Ospreys with 14 men on the field.

'We planned to win it all year' - World champion O'Donovan brothers elated by gold medal display in Bulgaria World Champions This post contains videos

'We planned to win it all year' - World champion O'Donovan brothers elated by gold medal display in Bulgaria

Paul and Gary O’Donovan secured gold in the men’s lightweight double sculls in Bulgaria on Saturday.

'We're conscious of having guys pushing through and it's a great chance for Hugh'

20-year-old Hugh O’Sullivan is in line to make his Leinster debut off the bench this evening.

As it happened: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool, Premier League

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool continued their 100% start with a win at Wembley. Catch up on the action in our minute-by-minute report.

Carl Frampton v Josh Warrington world title fight confirmed for 22 December

Josh Warrington puts his undefeated pro record and his IBF belt on the line against Frampton.

Friend holds fire after Connacht 'cheat' claims from furious Cockerill

“If you are going to let teams cheat like that, then that is what you get,” Cockerill fumed in ref rant.

Sensational Springboks stun the All Blacks in Rugby Championship classic

The All Blacks suffered their first defeat in the Rugby Championship in three years.

World champions! O'Donovan brothers win rowing gold for Ireland

The Skibbereen duo were brilliant winners in the men’s lightweight double sculls.

A life-changing injury, night terrors, and resigning from the Gardaí to pursue the Olympic dream Resilience This post contains videos

A life-changing injury, night terrors, and resigning from the Gardaí to pursue the Olympic dream

Brendan Doyle’s road to representing Ireland at the Olympics has only just begun, but it’s only by luck that he has the chance.

Ireland's Keogh and Hegarty finish sixth in World Rowing Championship final

Canada, New Zealand and Spain took the medals in the women’s pair final.

'You have to put your feet in their shoes': John Muldoon's first steps in coaching Mul

'You have to put your feet in their shoes': John Muldoon's first steps in coaching

After 17 years at the Sportsground, the Connacht legend is now defence coach under Pat Lam at Bristol.

Golden Boy president: Vegas win will make Spike the no.1 middleweight contender in the world

Eric Gomez also told The42 that Golden Boy are open to putting on a show in Ireland once Jason Quigley wins a world title.

'I just needed a break from everything - I needed to go and be different for a while'

Stalwart Siobhán McGrath is enjoying her third coming with Dublin.

'You've a handful here, boy'- Donaghy's warning to a Longford defender before the Star was born

Longford defender Barry Gilleran recalls marking Kieran Donaghy in 2006 when he made his breakthrough for Kerry.

'One of my first tattoos says, ‘Your faith must be greater than your fear.’ My fear is to lose my 0'

Bellator’s AJ McKee on his rivalry with James Gallagher, a return to Ireland, and the promotion’s European recruitment drive.

'There's something special about the red jersey... Munster always meant a lot to me'

Laura Guest has gone from captaining Munster to inter-pro success to leading them as head coach.

'You want to win as much as you ever did, you're more nervous than you ever were'

Since 2008, Cork captain Ciara O’Sullivan has played on All-Ireland day much more often than not.

'I loved drinking': Spike a better fighter and father after winning battle with booze

Spike O’Sullivan reveals his issues with alcohol and its impact on his life — both professionally and personally.