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Dublin: 17 °C Monday 17 June, 2019

Today’s News

'Do I think I should be playing at Manchester United now? Yes'

Dean Henderson has proved his worth during loan spells elsewhere and believes he is ready for a first-team role with the Red Devils.

Liverpool winger on verge of joining Rangers on loan

Sheyi Ojo will link up with former Reds star Steven Gerrard at Ibrox for the coming season.

Eric Donovan keen to create 'lasting memories' as he leads Irish Invasion of London

The Athy man will headline at the iconic York Hall, Bethnall Green this Saturday night.

Hats, tat and the invaluable memories forged during USA '94

Throwaway items, cherished moments.

'Nothing I could do' - Koepka says runner-up spot 'doesn't sting' after missing out on historic US Open three-peat

The four-time major winner came tantalizingly close to becoming only the second man to ever win the tournament three years running.

'I never thought this moment would come': Totti resigns as Roma director

The former striker said his resignation was driven by his lack of inclusion in important decision-making within the club.

Westmeath's Connellan calls time on Aussie Rules career and returns home to Ireland AFL

Westmeath's Connellan calls time on Aussie Rules career and returns home to Ireland

The 24-year-old comes back home to focus on his studies and spend time with his family.

Irish provinces switch conferences for next two Pro14 seasons

This year’s finalists Glasgow Warriors and Leinster will be competing for top spot in Conference A.

Freddie Ljungberg becomes Arsenal assistant manager in coaching shake-up

Steve Bould has been reassigned elsewhere.

'They deserve to be relegated' - Cusack on Offaly's drop to hurling's third tier The Faithful Departed This post contains videos

'They deserve to be relegated' - Cusack on Offaly's drop to hurling's third tier

The Faithful county will play in the Christy Ring Cup next year following defeat to Kerry.

'You need to take it as a compliment' - Leicester's Maddison ignoring Man United links

The 22-year-old insists that rumours of a summer move will not distract him from his duties for England’s U21s at the European Championship.

Sligo Rovers defender makes history with Bermuda's first-ever Gold Cup goal Dante's Peak This post contains videos

Sligo Rovers defender makes history with Bermuda's first-ever Gold Cup goal

Dante Leverock opened the scoring against Haiti in CONCACAF’s flagship competition.

'It would be a major surprise if he doesn’t get it' - Redknapp backs 'class' Lampard for Chelsea job

The former Blues midfielder’s uncle has tipped his nephew to succeed at Stamford Bridge if given the opportunity to step into the managerial hot seat.

The gold and silver medalists from the Rio 2016 women's marathon have now been banned for doping

Silver medalist Eunice Jepkirui Kirwa has today been suspended for four years having been provisionally banned since last month.

How an Irish publican's unease and mahogany doors spared a massacre during the 1994 World Cup final The Troubles This post contains videos

How an Irish publican's unease and mahogany doors spared a massacre during the 1994 World Cup final

‘I heard what I thought was a cork popping. I looked behind me and there was a bullet-hole in the mirror.’

Kevin Walsh dismisses 'guff' around Galway's tactics after 'raw' defeat

The Tribesmen scored just once from play after half-time in the Connacht final.

Dundalk defender voted as Airtricity League's Player of the Month for May

Sean Gannon got the nod ahead of Bohemians’ Danny Mandroiu.

Do you agree with the selections for the Sunday Game man-of-the-match awards? MVP This post contains videos

Do you agree with the selections for the Sunday Game man-of-the-match awards?

Star players from Roscommon and Tipperary were both honoured.

Birthday boy Cunningham hails Roscommon's 'courage' and 'intelligence'

Anthony Cunningham led the Rossies to a stirring comeback defeat of his native county.

'You just cannot handle a player when you're an official'

Banner joint manager Gerry O’Connor was involved in an altercation with Cork’s Daniel Kearney.

Frampton to return in August, likely in Philly, ahead of potential world-title clash with Valdez

‘The Jackal’ is all but guaranteed a shot at the WBO World featherweight title provided he can win on America’s East Coast.

Wallaby and former Ulster star Lealiifano to leave Brumbies for Japan

The out-half described the offer as ‘too good to turn down.’

Amateur Hovland breaks Jack Nicklaus' US Open record

It was a memorable day for Norway’s Viktor Hovland, who left Pebble Beach with a score of 280.

US Open champ Woodland knew basketball wasn’t for him after guarding future NBA player

A clash with Kirk Hinrich helped pave the way for Gary Woodland to pursue a golf career and it paid off after winning the US Open.

Rio Ferdinand says he's spoken to Man United about sporting director role

Manchester United great Rio Ferdinand is interested in the club’s sporting director position but insists he will not lose sleep if snubbed.

Patched-up Ireland bid to complete double over familiar foes England

Noel McNamara’s side contest the fifth-place playoff semi-final at the U20 World Championship tonight.

State of play: How the 2019 All-Ireland hurling race is shaping up

The Leinster and Munster series both concluded at the weekend.

'He can be whatever he wants to be. There was a reason he was at a Premier League club'

Bohemians boss Keith Long heaped praise on Danny Mandroiu after his match-winning performance against Shamrock Rovers.

'Attacking players and stuff as they have done is not very respectful' - Clare boss

Donal Moloney hit out at the critics of the Clare players.

Woodland holds off Koepka to win first Major at US Open

The American conjured a stunning chip shot on the 17th to seal victory at Pebble Beach.

Woods turns attention to first visit to Portrush after strong US Open finish

The Masters champion will take time off before heading to Northern Ireland for next month’s Open.

Suarez and Cavani on target as Uruguay get up and running in style

Oscar Tabarez’s side had far too much for Ecuador in Belo Horizonte.

Irish teenager wins maiden ITF Future Tour title in first pro tournament

Georgia Drummy had an excellent week in Portugal.

Watch: McIlroy inches away from hole-in-one at Pebble Beach's iconic seventh US Open This post contains videos

Watch: McIlroy inches away from hole-in-one at Pebble Beach's iconic seventh

The world number three came close to an ace after a horror start to his round.

Yesterday’s News

Ireland's Murphy Crowe named in World Rugby Sevens dream team Flyer This post contains videos

Ireland's Murphy Crowe named in World Rugby Sevens dream team

The 24-year-old also becomes the first northern hemisphere player to win the top try-scorer award.

Memory lane: The Panini sticker collection of Ireland's '94 World Cup squad

Try not to weep with the intense nostalgia coming your way.

'I'd almost want to play again tomorrow to rectify some of the mistakes'

Ireland’s FIH Final Series campaign ended on a disappointing note at Banbridge on Sunday.

Leinster's O'Sullivan the latest debutant as Ireland U20 team named

Noel McNamara has made eight changes for Monday’s U20 World Championship playoff game against England.

Limerick to have home advantage for Munster final against Tipperary

LIT Gaelic Grounds will host the final on 30 June.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

All the action from a different angle.

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