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Today’s News

Sexton bemused by criticism of Ireland as Schmidt's side gear up for All Blacks

The 34-year-old out-half says the Kiwis are accustomed to dealing with the pressure of being favourites.

Yesterday’s News

Watson shines as Texans rally to hand Chiefs second straight defeat NFL

Watson shines as Texans rally to hand Chiefs second straight defeat

Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson threw for 280 yards and a touchdown and ran for two more TDs.

Cech named man-of-the-match on ice hockey debut wearing Chelsea and Arsenal-inspired helmet

The goalkeeper, who retired from football this summer, put in a match-winning performance as Guildford Phoenix beat Swindon Wildcats 2 on penalties.

Gundogan grabs brace as Germany see-off Estonia despite early Can red card

Germany moved closer to Euro 2020 qualification after a 3-0 win in Estonia, with Ilkay Gundogan inspiring the 10 men.

Work to do for Wales and Croatia following feisty stalemate

Neither Wales nor Croatia will be truly happy with a point apiece following a hard-fought encounter in Cardiff on Sunday.

'I just remember the pain of being so completely lost' - How a lifelong wanderer rediscovered his path

Des McAleenan has travelled the world as a goalkeeping coach but his current role has helped him rebuild both his life and love of the game.

Russia book Euro 2020 spot as Netherlands edge closer to finals

Russia thrashed Cyprus 5-0 while the Netherlands beat Belarus 3-1.

Ferbane end 25-year drought in Offaly, while champions crowned in Tyrone, Laois and Westmeath

The Cavan, Down, Leitrim, Wexford and Wicklow SFC finals also took place today.

3 left in Kilkenny title race, Galway semi-final draw made and new camogie champions in Cork

Busy day around the country with key games taking place.

McGinn hat-trick lifts Scottish gloom in San Marino rout in Euro qualifiers

A 6-0 win over minnows San Marino at Hampden Park.

'Some of the generals wanted me executed and that sort of craic'

Willie Anderson’s career took him to places far more frightening than the teeth of an All Black haka.

History makers! After 7 final defeats Padraig Pearses celebrate county senior glory at last

A three-point success for Padraig Pearses delivered their first title.

'It meant a lot' - Biles takes career record to 25 medals with win in world championships

The 22-year-old was crowned world floor champion for the fifth time in Stuttgart today.

Kerrigan hits two goals in Nemo success and Duhallow win by 5 points to set up Cork final clash

It’ll be the first time the pair have met in the final since 1988.

Kenya's Kosgei shatters Radcliffe world record in Chicago Marathon

Mo Farah finished 8th in the men’s race.

Thomas Davis pull off upset victory over 2017 Dublin finalists Castleknock

They’ll play holders Kilmacud Crokes in the semi-final.

Davy Fitz's Sixmilebridge side celebrate Clare hurling glory with win over Cratloe

A fourth title in seven years for Sixmilebridge this afternoon.

Hutchinson stars as Munster hurling champs complete 6-in-a-row in Waterford

Ballygunner won out by nine points in today’s final against De La Salle.+

'I'll remember this day for the rest of my life' - Teenage star Gauff wins first WTA title

The 15-year-old triumphed in the final in Linz against Jelena Ostapenko.

Brave Blossoms' attacking style thrills the World Cup on home soil

Jamie Joseph’s men have been the story of this tournament and delivered on a special night in Yokohama.

McCaffrey sent-off for Clontarf in Dublin quarter-final loss to champions Kilmacud Crokes

The Leinster finalists had eight points to spare over Clontarf.

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Brilliant Blossoms scorch into RWC clash with South Africa

The host nation secured a bonus point early in the second half and withstood a Scottish comeback effort.

France head coach Brunel defends decision to send Ramos home

Despite having his World Cup cut short by injury, the fullback played all 80 minutes for Toulouse yesterday.

Ireland to face favourites New Zealand in Rugby World Cup quarter-finals

Joe Schmidt’s side will take on the number one team in the world in Tokyo next Saturday.

From TheJournal.ie Gardaí investigating prominent Irish sportsman over alleged sexual assault in Dublin Drimnagh

Gardaí investigating prominent Irish sportsman over alleged sexual assault in Dublin

The alleged sexual assault happened at 9pm on Friday night in Drimnagh.

'It's all talk' - Rice brushes off speculation over €80m move to Manchester United

The Old Trafford outfit are reportedly keen to bring in the 20-year-old England international midfielder.

Fowler spared defeat in first A-League game as manager by Irish striker’s last-gasp goal

Roy O’Donovan marked his first A-League outing as a Brisbane Roar player with a stoppage-time equaliser.

Wales make heavy weather of it, but beat Uruguay to set up quarter-final clash with France

Warren Gatland’s men were on a four-day turnaround and struggled to put the South Americans away.

As it happened: Japan v Scotland, Rugby World Cup

This match will determine who Ireland are to face in the quarter-finals, so we’re going minute-by-minute.

IRFU refute 'scurrilous allegation' that they were opposed to rearranging Japan v Scotland match

The union have hit back at a report in the Sunday Times.

Te'o double not enough for USA against Tonga

AJ MacGinty’s side ran in three tries, but weren’t able to register a point in Pool C.

Jędrzejczyk fights through the pain to claim dominant win MMA

Jędrzejczyk fights through the pain to claim dominant win

The Polish fighter’s striking got the better of Michelle Waterson.

The man overseeing Manchester United's decline and more of the week's best sportswriting

A selection of our favourite sporting pieces from the past seven days.

Mercedes equal record with sixth straight constructors' championship

Valterri Bottas won the Japanese Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton third.

From TheJournal.ie Typhoon Hagibis moves off Japan but at least 14 are dead amid flooding and devastation Aftermath

Typhoon Hagibis moves off Japan but at least 14 are dead amid flooding and devastation

Japan’s military deployed 27,000 troops to aid rescue operations.

Ireland have been hamstrung by conservatism for far too long

Mick McCarthy’s side could only draw with Georgia in Tbilisi on Saturday.

'I do think we’re capable of a big result' - Coleman confident as Euros campaign hits critical stage

The Irish captain believes his side can pull off the famous win needed to get to Euro 2020.

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