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Yesterday’s News

Real Madrid close in on La Liga title with eighth consecutive win

Karim Benzema scored from the penalty spot before assisting Marco Asensio’s second-half tap-in.

Championship clash of Cork hurling heavyweights to be televised live by RTÉ

The Glen and the Barrs are scheduled to lock horns at Páirc Uí Chaoimh in three weeks’ time.

Arter and Christie feature as Fulham guarantee themselves a play-off place

The Ireland international duo both started in their side’s 2-0 win over Cardiff City this evening.

Jamie George signs long-term contract during 'exciting period' for Saracens

The England hooker is the latest player to commit to Saracens, who have been relegated to the Championship.

'Class act' Wimbledon praised for distributing £10m in prize money despite cancellation

The Wimbledon finals should have taken place this weekend.

Ireland striker Collins plays his part as Luton Town give themselves a Championship lifeline

The four-cap international had a hand in the second goal.

Davy Russell misses out on Midlands National victory after steward's enquiry

‘I thought I was beaten at the line,’ said Ricky Doyle, who was the winning jockey on Freewheelin Dylan.

'We're at a disadvantage when we come to play teams in Ireland because we just don't have that playing experience'

The London ladies football team are hoping to be included in the 2021 Lidl Ladies National Football League.

Mustang Sally, Stephen Kenny and the Longford Town legacy

Longford Town were going nowhere until Stephen Kenny arrived in 1998. Their subsequent success charmed the nation and set the then 26-year-old on the road to the biggest job in Irish football.

Masvidal takes aim at 'mentally weak' Usman ahead of UFC welterweight title showdown

The belt will be on the line in Abu Dhabi tomorrow night.

CAS to deliver result of Manchester City appeal on Monday

City were fined €30 million and banned from Uefa competitions for two years, but insist they are innocent of flouting FFP rules.

Wexford SHC heads up listings as TG4 brings live GAA back to your screen

The broadcaster has unveiled its July listings as club championships return.

Midweek games ahead as Premiership rugby unveil hectic restart schedule

Teams will face as low as four-day turnarounds to play out all remaining rounds.

Bolton Wanderers make 'statement of intent' by signing Irish striker Doyle

The 32-year-old Dubliner joins the League Two club following a prolific spell at Swindon Town.

Three Cork GAA clubs call a halt to all activities as Covid-19 precaution

Some Argideen Rangers members told the club they may have been in contact with a person who has tested positive for the virus.

Former Ireland international Waddock takes assistant manager role in Cambridge

The Italia ’90 nearly man joins Mark Bonner’s backroom team.

The Bishopstown Blade: John Egan’s journey from GAA roots to the Premier League

Egan was a promising GAA star before he set off in pursuit of a professional football career.

Man United and Wolves could meet in the Europa League semi-finals

The Premier League sides are on a collision course for a last-four tie.

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson ruled out for remainder of season

Jurgen Klopp said the 30-year-old will be sidelined with a knee injury.

Arteta hails world-class Mourinho ahead of Sunday's London derby

Spurs and Arsenal meet at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this weekend.

United star Bruno Fernandes wins another Premier League Player of the Month award

The Portuguese midfielder has enjoyed a dream start at Old Trafford.

Golden-point 'Super Time' fails to separate Rebels and Reds

It ended as an 18-18 draw in the Super Rugby AU clash at Brookvale Oval.

Champions League draw made as road to Lisbon heats up

The competition’s remaining teams have learned their fate, with Manchester City facing Lyon or Juventus should they beat Real Madrid.

Thierry Henry takes a knee for eight minutes and 46 seconds in MLS

The Frenchman kneeled for the length of time police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on George Floyd’s neck in the lead-up to his death.

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Trailer released for Spurs documentary which centres around Mourinho’s arrival

All Or Nothing – the access-all-areas show filmed by Amazon which will be released at the end of the season – captured an eventful campaign at Tottenham.

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Premier League tells BBC that VAR got last night's penalty decisions wrong

A Premier League spokesperson told Match of the Day that the video assistant referee made wrong calls in all three of last night’s fixtures.

No Rás Tailteann again this year as iconic cycling race postponed until 2021

One of Ireland’s longest running sporting events will return next year.

Paul Pogba insists he wants to deliver trophies for Manchester United

The midfielder says he is not thinking about his future at the club.

Hawaii-based team set to join Major League Rugby for 2021

It has been reported that several big-name former All Blacks are behind the expansion bid.

'I don't think Paul Pogba wants to be a leader,' says Roy Keane

Roy Keane praised Mason Greenwood but was critical of Paul Pogba again and said Tottenham are ‘an average’ team.

G-Mac and Lowry in contention after round 1 of Workday Charity Open

McDowell is tied for seventh while Open winner, Shane Lowry, is one shot back after a superb eagle got him back in the frame.

Leicester confirm Tuilagi, Noel Reid and three other players have left the club

The once-capped Ireland international joined from Leinster last year.

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Mourinho fumes at VAR official after Tottenham denied penalty in Bournemouth draw

The Spurs boss was aggrieved over what he believed should have been a foul on Harry Kane.

United close in on the Champions League with easy win over hapless Villa

Mason Greenwood scored again in a 3-0 win for United.

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Felix impresses, Lyles finds a flaw in innovative multi-location athletics meet

Noah Lyles was briefly led to believe he had run an 18.9 second 200 metres, but he hadn’t actually made it that far.

Southampton and Everton share the spoils in mid-table clash with plenty of Irish involvement

Danny Ings was on target once again for Southampton, while Richarlson rescued the Toffees.

Bournemouth denied as Spurs force 103-minute stalemate

Harry Kane, meanwhile, felt he ought to have had a first-half penalty.

As it happened: Aston Villa v Manchester United, Premier League

United are a point from the top four after a routine win against a dejected Villa.

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