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Dublin: 9°C Sunday 1 November 2020

Yesterday’s News

'I back the players to feel what's right' - Farrell critical of Ireland's execution

The Ireland head coach was frustrated with his team’s inability to convert visits to the French 22 into points.

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Ellen Molloy scores a screamer as Wexford Youths defeat Galway

There were also wins today for Treaty United and Shelbourne.

Harrington tied for 24th as he heads into final round at Bermuda

Ireland’s Seamus Power shot a three under round today to move up to 36th at the PGA tour event.

Mbappe on target as PSG win without injured Neymar

Paris Saint-Germain eased to their seventh straight Ligue 1 win – beating Nantes 3-0 away.

Barca crisis deepens as they fail to beat 10-man Alaves

Ronald Koeman’s side are now 12th in La Liga as pressure grows on Dutch manager.

McCarthy sees off Belgian to become European cruiserweight champion

‘I’m the roughest, toughest bad boy out of Belfast, and I’m the first black Irish European champion.’

Not ruthless enough, not accurate enough, not good enough

Johnny Sexton knows Ireland had opportunities in Paris tonight – but they were not good enough to take them.

Ireland come up short in Paris as England crowned Six Nations champions

Andy Farrell’s men made errors but France were superb in a bonus-point win.

Davy: 'We didn't fight, we threw in the towel. I have to apologise to the Wexford people'

Davy Fitzgerald’s side will face Munster opposition in Monday’s qualifier draw.

Early goals take Limerick past Waterford and set up Munster semi-final against Clare or Tipp

An 11-point victory for Limerick in Dungarvan tonight.

Bayern prove they can cope without Lewandowski to go top of Bundesliga

RB Leipzig missed the chance to reclaim top spot as their miserable week continued.

Whelan and Concannon star as Galway dethrone Wexford with thumping victory

Shane O’Neill’s side sealed their passage into the Leinster SHC final.

Jota strikes late as Liverpool come from behind to go top

West Ham took an early lead but just like last week, Jurgen Klopp’s men found a way to pick up all three points.

As it happened: France v Ireland, Six Nations

France proved too strong for Ireland in the final game of this year’s Six Nations tournament.

Dublin survive the shock of their lives as freak goal sees them past Donegal Spooked This post contains videos

Dublin survive the shock of their lives as freak goal sees them past Donegal

Sinead Aherne’s fortuitous strike proved decisive as Donegal’s comeback attempt fell short.

George heroics set up first Cup semi for Athlone in 22 years

Hat trick from Dean George fires Midlanders into the FAI Cup semis after they shock Shelbourne 4-1.

Here's what Ireland need to win the Six Nations after England's victory in Rome

Eddie Jones’ men scored five tries but didn’t have it all their own way.

Nugent seals draw for Antrim with brilliant last-second goal while Conway inspires Kerry to big win in Westmeath Thriller This post contains videos

Nugent seals draw for Antrim with brilliant last-second goal while Conway inspires Kerry to big win in Westmeath

Conway scored 1-12 in Kerry’s 11-point win over 14-man Westmeath, while Carlow and Antrim produced another classic at Netwatch Cullen Park.

James McClean goal sees Stoke close in on Championship play-off spots

The Ireland international proved the matchwinner for Michael O’Neill’s side.

After trailing Kilkenny by 16 points, Dublin produce epic comeback but fall just short

Kilkenny are into the Leinster SHC final while Dublin head for the qualifiers.

Gaudu climbs to victory on 11th stage of Vuelta but Roglic keeps lead

David Gaudu pulled away from Spaniard Marc Soler of Movistar in the final metres.

Galway stun Bray Wanderers in play-offs to set up clash with Longford

In the other game, UCD were defeated in a thriller.

Clare’s second half surge secures quarter-final slot

Elsewhere Cork defeated Wexford by 3-12 to 1-8

Galligan the hero as Cavan win it at the death against Monaghan

Cavan keeper Raymond Galligan struck an incredible free to secure one point – 2-15 to 1-17 win – for Cavan against their bitter rivals.

€40 million man scores first Premier League goal as Chelsea ease to win

Hakim Ziyech was among the scorers as Frank Lampard’s men comfortably beat Burnley.

Galway prevail despite Moloney's heroics

Lucy Gannon’s goal was crucial for Galway as they beat Tipperary by 1-15 to 1-14.

Wales' miserable run continues as Scotland end Six Nations with away win

Gregor Townsend’s men edged it as Wayne Pivac’s difficult start to his tenure continued.

'It's over', Guardiola rules out return as Barca boss

Spaniard won 14 trophies in four years at Nou Camp.

Hazard scores first goal in over a year as revived Real Madrid thump Huesca

Madrid will hope the dip that put manager Zinedine Zidane under pressure earlier this month is over.

The Storyteller wins Champion Chase after thrilling Down Royal finish

Elliott runner claims narrow verdict in Grade One heat.

As it happened: Cork v Waterford and Dublin v Kilkenny - Saturday hurling match tracker

Couple of huge hurling championship games today in Semple Stadium and Croke Park.

Valtteri Bottas pips Lewis Hamilton to pole position in Italy

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was third.

Man City close in on top four with hard-fought win

Pep Guardiola’s side overcame a struggling Sheffield United outfit.

7 changes in Munster team to face Dragons

Academy prop Josh Wycherley makes his first start for the province.

'I remember I was the D team captain. In fourth year, I was sub for the social team'

Hugo Keenan has been a slow-burning success as he gets set for his second Ireland cap tonight.

Cabinteely express disappointment after being controversially denied a play-off spot

Originally, the club’s 0-0 draw with Wexford had been awarded as a 3-0 win to the Dublin side.

New Zealand thrash Australia to retain Bledisloe Cup

Richie Mo’unga bagged 23 points to ensure bragging rights went to the All Blacks.

Lewis Hamilton recalls the death of Ayrton Senna ahead of first F1 race at Imola

Five days on from his record-breaking 92nd victory at last Sunday’s Portuguese Grand Prix, the six-time champion was back at work.

Friday 30 October, 2020

Introducing The42 GAA Weekly podcast with Shane Dowling and Marc Ó Sé

Dowling and Ó Sé team up with The42 for exclusive members GAA podcast.

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