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Today’s News

'There’s nothing extraordinary here, just a humble farmer from Wexford'

26-year-old Tadhg Furlong feels the best is still ahead of him.

Why Glenn Whelan should be a role model to footballers everywhere

The Irish midfielder is set to represent his country for the last time against Northern Ireland tonight.

Number one v number two: All Blacks name their side for Ireland showdown

New Zealand have made one change from their win over England.

'Even if he does declare... Do I really want to go and do that, and then he changes his mind later?'

Martin O’Neill has emphasised the importance of not pressurising Michael Obafemi into making a decision on his international future.

Eyes peeled! 8 players to watch in this weekend's All-Ireland club semi-finals

The Dublin, Cork, Monaghan and Galway champions are all in action.

'My background was brought up and there was a thing written about a car I was driving'

Glenn Whelan says “personal” criticism was partially behind his decision to shun the media for years.

'She had to make a conscious decision' - Fox-Cab boss Ring praises injury-plagued daughter

Former Dublin star Amy Ring had to call time on her inter-county career after sustaining tendonitis in both knees.

From TheJournal.ie 'This would not happen in more affluent areas': Cabra community in protest over school pitch Space To Play

'This would not happen in more affluent areas': Cabra community in protest over school pitch

Parents and children of Naomh Fionnbarra GAA Club are calling for the restoration of their all-weather pitch.

Horgan believes there's only 'a toss of a coin' between top All-Ireland contenders

After winning his third All-Star, Cork’s Patrick Horgan is desperate to end the wait for an elusive All-Ireland.

Yesterday’s News

'I always knew I had the quality to play for Manchester United. I know what I'm capable of'

Adnan Januzaj believes he was not given an opportunity to display his quality under Jose Mourinho.

Late drama sees Qatar pull off shock win over Switzerland side featuring Shaqiri and Xhaka Swiss Leaks This post contains videos

Late drama sees Qatar pull off shock win over Switzerland side featuring Shaqiri and Xhaka

They’re separated by 88 places in the Fifa rankings.

'I remember coming out for the warm-up and the chants were 'Kill the Fenian bastards''

Joe Waters was part of the Republic of Ireland side that faced Northern Ireland at Windsor Park at the height of The Troubles in 1979.

Injury could rule Bordeaux's newly-acquired All Black out of Connacht clash

Seta Tamanivalu will be in a race against time to be fit for the Challenge Cup fixture in January.

Tuilagi on course to end 32-month England absence against the Wallabies

The last of centre Tuilagi’s 26 England caps came against Wales at Twickenham in March 2016.

'Sometimes you have to go down the minor road to get back on the main road'

Irish goalkeeper Aaron McCarey explains the ‘calculated decision’ behind his latest career move.

Gary Neville on Fred: Does he look like what you'd expect for £50m?

The Man Utd midfielder has made just seven league appearances since his arrival from Shakhtar Donetsk.

'For me, he certainly has the attributes to work outside of the League of Ireland and at international level as well'

Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill praised the success of Stephen Kenny, who many see as a potential future Ireland boss.

Ireland's Moynihan in pole position to secure European Tour card at Q-School

The 24-year-old currently sits inside the all-important qualification zone with one round to play.

'To go from literally an all-time low to five months later you're at an all-time high. Sport is mad that way'

It’s been a year of All-Ireland final contrasts for Shane Dowling.

Wimbledon finalist Radwanska announces retirement aged 29

The Poland native cited health issues as the reason behind her decision.

18-year-old Ireland striker unlikely to feature against Denmark as he considers international future

Martin O’Neill says he spoke to the youngster about his eligibility during the week.

Boost for All-Ireland champs Corofin as All-Star forward available for Connacht decider

Ian Burke is fit for Corofin’s clash with Ballintubber in Tuam.

Referee suspended for using 'rock, paper, scissors' instead of the coin toss

The English FA has suspended official David McNamara after his actions in a WSL game between Manchester City and Reading.

Michael O'Neill insists 'Jimmy Dunne is no different to Northern Ireland than Declan Rice is to the Republic'

The manager admitted he did not expect the Dundalk-born defender to declare for Northern Ireland.

'The phone hasn't stopped. There are people coming from everywhere. My little lad is going to be mascot'

Glenn Whelan is set to make his final Ireland appearance on Thursday.

Reigning champions New Zealand win bid to take over from Ireland and host 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup

It will be the the first time the tournament will be in the southern hemisphere after it was held in Ireland last year.

Ireland's Windsor Park hero says FAI made 'genuine' apology over non-invitation

Alan McLoughlin has accepted an FAI invite to attend future games after the ‘oversight’ for tomorrow’s meeting with Northern Ireland.

'Hopefully the player, at 24 years of age, would be able to pick the phone up'

Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill would like to hear from Dundalk star Michael Duffy about his desire to represent the Republic of Ireland.

The man with the most wins in UFC history says he's 'waiting' on McGregor

Donald Cerrone has seemingly got his sights set on Conor McGregor after his record-setting win on Saturday.

Gerrard reveals he a had back injection before infamous slip which cost Liverpool in 2014 title race

The Rangers boss says he won’t use that injury as an excuse for his error which led to a Chelsea goal.

'I'm at the stage in my career where I want to be winning medals': St Pat's complete deal for Waterford defender Webbie This post contains videos

'I'm at the stage in my career where I want to be winning medals': St Pat's complete deal for Waterford defender

Dubliner David Webster has agreed to join St Patrick’s Athletic following one season at the RSC.

1996 Wexford All-Ireland winner makes move into senior county management

Wicklow GAA have confirmed Eamonn Scallan as their new hurling manager.

'There was a Lego set so I said I'd give it a try and I became obsessed with it'

Ireland wing Jacob Stockdale has discovered the perfect way to take his mind off the game.

In-form Ireland defender Doherty ruled out of clashes with the North and Denmark

Wolves player Matt Doherty sustained a facial injury at the weekend.

'I wouldn't be thinking of going down that road' - Kernan on GAA clubs getting compo for AFL signings

A group of young Gaelic footballers have made the move to Australia in recent weeks.

Premier League-winning boss Ranieri takes over at struggling Fulham

In a dramatic switch-up, the former Leicester City manager replaces Slaviša Jokanović at Craven Cottage.

Durant sets aside altercation with Green to sink 29 points in Warriors' victory over Hawks

The NBA champions went into the game without power forward Draymond Green who was suspended over the incident.

Ireland still seeking first win at Women's World T20 following 38-run loss to Pakistan

Ireland lost out to Australia in their ICC Women’s World Twenty20 opener.

'I'd be lucky to be tying my laces at 36': Dynamic Taylor's admiration for stalwart Rory Best

‘Saturday is going to be a bloody physical battle,’ says Codie Taylor, a hooker cut from very different cloth to his opposite number.

Omagh bombing, a united cause and Griffin’s 30-yard strike: when Northern Ireland came to Dublin in 1999 Coming Together This post contains videos

Omagh bombing, a united cause and Griffin’s 30-yard strike: when Northern Ireland came to Dublin in 1999

In May 1999, a charity match was organised to raise funds for victims of the Omagh bombing. Former defender Danny Griffin recalls the game and his winning goal.

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