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Today’s News

Wexford shake off slow start to grind out draw with Galway

Despite some errant first-half shooting, Davy Fitzgerald’s side battled back from the brink to share the points at Pearse Stadium.

Shelbourne stay in touch with league leaders after convincing win in Limerick WNL

Shelbourne stay in touch with league leaders after convincing win in Limerick

Noelle Murray scored twice as Shels ran out 5-0 winners at Market’s Field.

McBrearty and Brennan star as Donegal see off stubborn Fermanagh challenge in Enniskillen

The pair chipped in with nine of Donegal’s 15 points this afternoon at Brewster Park.

Hamilton clings on for Monaco glory but Mercedes' one-two run ends F1

Hamilton clings on for Monaco glory but Mercedes' one-two run ends

Contact between Max Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas cost Mercedes a one-two, but the Briton fought for victory.

'I missed it so much' - Federer ends four-year Paris absence with victory

The 2009 champions will now meet German Oscar Otte for a place in the third round.

O'Carroll hits 0-8 as Laois see off Westmeath to book Leinster semi-final with Meath

A two-point win for John Sugrue’s side today.

Nike to end financial penalties for pregnant athletes - report

According to the New York Times, Nike plans to waive performance-pay reductions for 12 months for athletes who decide to have a baby.

Courageous Ireland fall short at London 7s after narrow defeat to Fiji

They will now face the All Blacks in the fifth place final after their 19-point win over Canada at Twickenham.

Ireland's Sean O'Brien has been ruled out of the World Cup

The 32-year-old will undergo hip surgery and miss six months of action.

As It Happened: Galway v Wexford, Kildare v Longford - Sunday GAA match tracker

We’re in for another busy Sunday of provincial action.

Barcelona gear up for clear-out as president admits players will leave

Philippe Coutinho and Samuel Umtiti are among the stars rumoured to be close to the exit after a disastrous end to the season.

O'Brien gives Sir Dragonet the green light for Epsom

Trainer Aidan O’Brien suggested the Prix du Jockey Club at Chantilly could have been an alternative option.

Grand Slam dream dies for fifth seed Kerber after shock first round French Open exit

The reigning Wimbledon champion was beaten by world number 81, Anastasia Potapova.

'Garry Ringrose's school bought a horse. It won so he's just upgraded houses!'

James Lowe was an effervescent presence once again as Leinster won the Pro14 last night.

'My fear is that with talented players, if you over-coach them, you'll kill the instinct'

Nigel Osborne runs the skills-based Rugby and French camps every summer near Biarritz.

'If Tottenham win the Champions League, I might cry for a week!'

Tottenham face Liverpool in the final in Madrid on 1 June with the Spurs boss looking to land his first trophy as a manager

Emery had to convince Arsenal stars to care about Europa League

The Gunners reached the final thanks largely to the manager convincing the players of the competition’s worth.

Liverpool want to be winning multiple trophies like Man City - Henderson

The midfielder is eager to see the club start winning numerous trophies every campaign to match the likes of Pep Guardiola’s side.

Rod Stewart's brilliant tribute to Liam Miller, Dick Clerkin down in Castlebar 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.

'The Louth player got up afterwards and played on, unlike Paddy Andrews. He didn't and he broke a jaw'

Jim Gavin has suggested Dublin will appeal Paul Mannion’s red card during last night’s win over Louth.

'I gave it everything because I knew the entire Giro was at stake. It's a real dream come true'

Richard Carapaz shot to the top of the overall standings with his impressive solo summit finish to take stage 14 yesterday.

Giannis: This is just the start for the Bucks

The Milwaukee Bucks were beaten in the Eastern Conference Finals, but Antetokounmpo expects them to be better next year.

'Our goal is to get a Tier 2 nation into the World Cup quarter-finals'

World Rugby has been running a Pacific Islands Combine in recent years.

Raptors rally past Bucks to reach first NBA final

The Raptors won the series 4-2 as Saturday’s contest at Scotiabank Arena was a mirror image of game five.

'The accent is usually the big thing. There will always be people who have something to say about it'

Irish Olympic hopeful Clare Cryan talks to The42 about identity, athlete burnout and diving’s growth in Ireland.

'My faith is the biggest part of my life, it's more important than Tokyo or World Cups'

Still only 21, Elena Tice is fast approaching a century of caps for the Ireland women’s hockey team. She has made sacrifices and brave decisions, but is now closer than ever to achieving her sporting dreams.

Leinster bounce back from 'lowest point in all of our careers' to win Pro14

Johnny Sexton and his team took pride from how they eked out a victory against Glasgow.

Poacher: 'The suspension was ludicrous. We were absolutely destroyed in the media'

The Carlow coach didn’t hold back when he gave his views on his recent ban by the GAA.

'That’s the Trevor of old. We’re seeing that more and more'

After a long spell out injured, Stephen Bradley feels his full-back is hitting top form.

Yesterday’s News

'We have to live with it' - Kearney gets yellow for collision with Hogg

The fullbacks met in the 66th minute and Glasgow fans were not happy with the outcome.

Neil Lennon offered full-time Celtic job after securing historic treble-treble

The interim boss helped guide Celtic to the treble-treble on Saturday and his reward was the offer of the permanent manager’s job.

Valencia score twice in 13 minutes to stun Barcelona and win Copa del Rey for the first time since 2008

Goals from Kevin Gameiro and Rodrigo saw Valencia scupper Barca’s hopes of completing a domestic double.

'His last memory now with Leinster will be lifting the trophy'

Leinster captain Johnny Sexton handed the Pro14 trophy to Sean O’Brien in Glasgow.

Barrett and Jarrett score twice each as title-chasing Peamount and Wexford picks up wins

Rianna Jarrett and Amber Barrett each scored braces as the title rivals picked up important wins on Saturday.

Lewandowski scores twice to secure German Cup and help Bayern wrap up domestic double

The Bundesliga champions secured a domestic double after beating RB Leipzig 3-0 in the DFB-Pokal final.

Leclerc demands Ferrari answers and prays for rain after Monaco farce

Leclerc demands Ferrari answers and prays for rain after Monaco farce

After qualifying down in 16th for his home race in Monaco, Charles Leclerc was understandably frustrated.

Cathal McShane leads the way as Tyrone book Ulster semi-final spot with 14-point victory

Mickey Harte’s men booked their place in this year’s Ulster SFC final with a 14 point win.

Mick McCarthy calls up Bohemians goalkeeper Talbot for upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers

Mick McCarthy has called up goalkeepers James Talbot of Bohemians and Bristol City’s Max O’Leary.

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