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Today’s News

John Egan hits first Premier League goal with brilliant finish to secure draw for Sheffield United COYBIG This post contains videos

'I will not take the knee' - Leclerc and Verstappen confirm split among F1 drivers

The Ferrari driver said it ‘does not mean at all that I am less committed than others in the fight against racism.’

Conspiracies and legends in the cold - the controversial Hurling Team of the Millennium

DJ Carey and Nicky Rackard were shock omissions from the hotly debated side.

Four Republic of Ireland internationals start as Burnley host Sheff Utd

Both clubs have confirmed their starting teams for the clash at Turf Moor.

'We want to promote confidence in fans as they return' - the Irish app leading the way in GAA post-Covid-19

ClubSpot will deliver digital ticketing for club matches as sport returns. Here, founder John Hyland maps its journey.

Government announces quarantine exemptions for major English sporting events

Manchester City are due to host Real Madrid in the Champions League in August.

Bayern fighting to keep Liverpool-linked Thiago and defender Alaba

Hansi Flick says the German club is determined to hold on to both players.

Holland's Hurricanes consign Gatland's Chiefs to fourth straight defeat

Jordie Barrett was the star as the Canes recorded their first win in Super Rugby Aotearoa.

'I was struggling to walk, hoping the pain would go away - it didn't'

Brian Scott faced a choice of risking his health or following his dream. Amazingly, the Munster man walked through the pain barrier for months before injury brought an end to the 27-year-old’s career.

Ordinary Roy, a community's wounds and more of the week's best sportswriting

Lockdown’s over, but you don’t have to go anywhere.

The story behind the scandal that shook US sport Sex Abuse This post contains videos

The story behind the scandal that shook US sport

Director Jon Shenk speaks about his new documentary ‘Athlete A’ and how a deeply flawed system led to years of sexual abuse in gymnastics.

Yesterday’s News

Ibrahimovic-inspired AC Milan hamper Lazio's title bid, as Valencia's late season disappointment continues

A wrap of the late kick-offs across Europe this evening between Serie A and La Liga.

Ireland's Seamus Power remains firmly in the hunt ahead of Sunday showdown in Detroit

Round of 69 leaves Waterford man joint-fourth at Rocket Mortgage Classic.

Pep Guardiola optimistic City's Champions League ban will be overturned

The Sky Blues are set to find out whether their appeal has been successful on 13 July.

Chelsea bounce back to winning ways with comfortable victory over Watford

Olivier Giroud, Willian and Ross Barkley were on target as the Blues cruised past the relegation-threatened Hornets.


Sale Sharks make move to sign England centre Manu Tuilagi after Leicester exit

Tuilagi was one of five frontline stars to leave Leicester on Tuesday.

Formula 1 drivers may not all take a knee at tomorrow's Austrian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton has spoken out about racism and the Black Lives Matter campaign.

Liverpool put faith in teenager Curtis Jones after breakthrough season

The 19-year-old has been rewarded with a new long-term contract by the Premier League champions.

Quiz: How well do you remember the current rugby season?

Some of us can’t tell what day it is, never mind know when the 2019/20 season ends and the 20/21 campaigns begins.

UFC welterweight title bout falls through after challenger tests positive for Covid-19

Gilbert Burns was due to take on Kamaru Usman on next weekend’s UFC 251 card in Abu Dhabi.

Arsenal stay in European race as Saka's first Premier League goal helps them past Wolves

Alexandre Lacazette was also on target for the Gunners at Molineux.

'One of the best, if not the best finisher I have seen' - Solskjaer on teen sensation after United run riot

18-year-old Mason Greenwood led the way as Manchester United put five past Bournemouth this afternoon.

Buffon breaks Serie A appearance record and Ronaldo sparkles as Juve move seven points clear Italian Job This post contains videos

Buffon breaks Serie A appearance record and Ronaldo sparkles as Juve move seven points clear

The legendary goalkeeper made history in his 648th Italian top-flight match, as Ronaldo hit the 25-goal mark.

'A servant through good times and bad' - Carlow stalwart calls time on inter-county career after 13 years

Daniel St Ledger is retiring from inter-county football, his club Kildavin/Clonegal say.

Jose Mourinho 'destroyed inside' by Spurs' lack of fight

‘It’s a problem when my feeling was we could do much more.’

Leeds United take big step towards long-awaited Premier League return

Marcelo Bielsa’s side bounced back from their slip-up against Luton Town to see off Blackburn Rovers.

Greenwood shines as five-star United pile the misery on Bournemouth

The youngster scored twice in another victory for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side this afternoon.

Huge day for Ireland as O'Brien and McNamara win Derby with 25-1 shot

Limerick jockey Emmet McNamara enjoys biggest success of his career by steering Serpentine to Epsom glory.

Vardy joins exclusive club to boost Leicester City's Champions League bid

The striker passed the 100 mark for Premier League goals in his side’s victory against Crystal Palace.

FAI confirm they are seeking more financial support from government

Move comes five months after FAI received a €19.2m package.

Love conquers all to win the Oaks in stunning fashion

Aidan O’Brien wins the Oaks for an eighth time.

As it happened: Manchester United v Bournemouth, Premier League

United can move into the top four – temporarily at least – by beating a struggling Bournemouth side.

'I sought help as I genuinely needed it' - Everton star seeing psychologist after anxiety attack

Brazilian forward Bernard has opened up on his mental health struggles.

Brighton move closer to safety after the post denies Idah a late equaliser

Aaron Connolly started in Brighton’s win over Norwich City, with Shane Duffy coming off the bench.

Curtis angered by play-off 'shambles' after Portsmouth are left frustrated

The Ireland international felt he should have been awarded a penalty against Oxford United.

Rebels bemoan ill-discipline as Brumbies pick up where they left off

Brumbies flew out of the blocks in their opener of the 10-round domestic Super Rugby competition.

Leaving ego at the door has aided the progress of young Irish striker JJ Kayode

The 20-year-old furthered his footballing education by getting a taste of life in the lower leagues.

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