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Today’s News

'It is a ridiculous rule that needs to change - we should go with squad numbers'

There have been issues with naming teams in the run up to All-Ireland SFC clashes this summer.

'I cried in the Carnoustie car park': Lowry's remarkable turnaround

Lowry has enjoyed a superb year, with his Open triumph following success in Abu Dhabi back in January.

Yesterday’s News

'Plenty of boxing left in him,' but Pacquiao mulls future after title stunner

The 40-year-old rolled back the years with a huge win at the MGM last night.

FAI 'a couple of weeks away' from securing funding package from Uefa EGM

FAI 'a couple of weeks away' from securing funding package from Uefa

Donal Conway spoke to media before Saturday’s FAI EGM in Meath.

Relief and disappointment for Kerry and Donegal after 'epic battle' which leaves final day showdown

Declan Bonner and Peter Keane’s sides played out a thrilling Super 8s draw in Croke Park today.

Fleetwood rues missed chances after another second-place Major finish

The Englishman was unable to overhaul Shane Lowry but remains confident his time will come.

Reigning champions Cork see off gutsy Déise as business end line-up confirmed

The Rebels are joined in the last four by Kilkenny, while Waterford and Galway, and Tipperary and Limerick face off in the quarter-finals.

Dual star Noonan on the double as Cork City put Kilkenny to the sword

The hosts were emphatic winners in today’s Women’s National League game at Bishopstown.

'Money played no role at all': De Ligt defends decision to join Juventus

The Dutch teenager turned down interest from several clubs to join the Italian champions.

Coffey's late goal helps Ireland U19s through to Euro semi-final The Last Four This post contains videos

Coffey's late goal helps Ireland U19s through to Euro semi-final

Sunday’s 2-1 win over Czech Republic sets up a last-four tie against Portugal for Tom Mohan’s side.

President Higgins leads the tributes to 'role model' Lowry

In addition to lifting the Claret Jug, Lowry pockets €1,718,320 in prize money.

McElhinney and Healy medal for Ireland at European U20 Championships

It was a good day on the track in Sweden.

Another sprint star for Lynam as Soffia storms to victory at the Curragh

Declan McDonagh guided the filly to victory on Sunday afternoon.

'My Mum and Dad sacrificed so much and I'm so happy I can give them this trophy'

Shane Lowry was crowned Open champion amid emotional scenes at Royal Portrush.

Shane Lowry weathers the storm to win The Open at Royal Portrush

The 32-year-old held his nerve brilliantly to claim a maiden Major title in style on the County Antrim links.

Shamrock Rovers warm up for Europa League clash with seven-goal hammering of UCD

Stephen Bradley’s side hit seven past The Students with a dominant display at Tallaght Stadium.

Yates climbs to second stage win as Thomas reduces Alaphilippe's lead

The Brit followed up his win on Thursday with another in stage 15 today.

Swan's double helps Bohs back to winning ways in Dublin derby LOI

Swan's double helps Bohs back to winning ways in Dublin derby

St Pat’s had plenty of possession at Dalymount Park but were unable to make it count.

As it happened: The Open, final round

We followed all the Sunday afternoon action from Royal Portrush as Shane Lowry chased Major glory.

Pochettino 'doesn't know' if Tottenham have bid for Bale

Spurs have been linked with a move for their former star, but the manager claims he is in the dark about any deal.

As it happened: Kerry v Donegal, All-Ireland SFC Super 8s

We went minute-by-minute as Kerry and Donegal went head-to-head in the Super 8s.

Leonard hits 1-4 as Galway book place in All-Ireland quarter-finals

Victory over Westmeath assures Galway of a place in the last eight with a group game to spare.

Late onslaught sees Mayo record crucial Super 8s win over Meath and march on

James Horan’s men were nine-point winners at Croke Park.

Kane scores from halfway and Parrott impresses as Tottenham beat Juve

Irish striker Parrott started and played 45 minutes for Spurs in Singapore.

As it happened: Mayo v Meath, All-Ireland SFC Super 8s

We went minute-by-minute as Mayo and Meath went head-to-head in the sUper 8s.

Premier League new boys break transfer record to sign French striker

Lys Mousset joins Sheffield United after spending a couple of seasons at Bournemouth.

'Zidane is a disgrace': Bale's agent slams Real Madrid boss over exit talk

The 30-year-old forward has been touted for a departure from the Santiago Bernabeu this summer.

Darragh Greene secures Olympic qualification time as Longford swimmer set for Tokyo 2020

Greene’s time in South Korea pre-validates him for the 2020 Games in Tokyo next summer.

Edwards makes it eight UFC wins in a row after overcoming Dos Anjos by unanimous decision

Leon Edwards beat Rafael dos Anjos after five rounds at the AT&T Center in San Antonio.

Tiger Woods on sampling Guinness in Ireland and more Tweets of the week

Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.

Pacquiao wins WBA welterweight title at 40 with split-decision victory over Thurman

Manny Pacquiao produced an impressive performance at MGM Grand on Saturday night.

Promising 20-year-old forward Nketiah scores twice to help Arsenal see off Fiorentina

Eddie Nketiah netted a brace as Unai Emery’s side saw off the challenge of Fiorentina last night.

'We wouldn't have dreamed of this opportunity when we first started playing'

Gary Wilson looks ahead to Ireland’s historic Test match against England at Lord’s.

Hazard makes Real Madrid debut as Bundesliga champions Bayern steal the show

Ireland underage international Ryan Johansson was an unused substitute for the German champions.

'Now the girls are nearly on a par with the men... We weren't allowed train on the grass'

Yvonne Tracy looks back on her distinguished career with Arsenal and Ireland.

The lingering Sonny Liston mystery and more of the week's best sportswriting

Plus, why Brooks Koepka is known as ‘the twat in the hat’… affectionately.

'Championships haven’t always gone our way. This is the result after all those disappointments'

Marcus Lawler chats University Games success, casting aside years of doubt and succeeding alongside his mother.

The Southampton teenager aiming to help guide Ireland to the Euro U19 semi-finals

Kameron Ledwidge is expected to feature in his side’s crucial clash with Czech Republic later today.

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