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Dublin: 18 °C Wednesday 5 August, 2020

Today’s News

'Paídí Ó Sé had an aura and told us not to fear anyone, even Dublin'

Westmeath were one of three counties who had never won a provincial title when they called Paídí Ó Sé. Within a year he made history.

'I am lucky Munster are allowing me to play for the Springboks'

RG Snyman will remain an important part of South Africa’s plans moving forward.

Yesterday’s News

Uefa and Fifa voice support for contentious FAI reforms

The Association faces insolvency if the controversial changes do not pass a vote at an EGM later this month.

Manchester City sign winger Ferran Torres from Valencia

Pep Guardiola’s efforts to catch Liverpool are well underway.

Fulham back in the Premier League after play-off win over Brentford

Scott Parker’s Cottagers were 2-1 winners after extra time at Wembley.

Ireland complete famous win over world champions England in third ODI

Kevin O’Brien hit the final ball in a superb seven-wicket victory for Ireland.

GAA president tells members not to be 'too despondent' as government maintain limit of 200 people at games

John Horan emphasised the importance of being merely able to stage games at the moment.

Waterford FC doctor resigns as club reports second suspected Covid-19 case

Today’s game with Sligo was postponed over a suspected Covid-19 case discovered yesterday.

Connacht's Jack Carty has the tools to break back into the Ireland mix

The 27-year-old out-half had his struggles post-World Cup but remains a classy operator.

Shelbourne make light of early Sheppard red card to win away at Finn Harps LOI

Shelbourne make light of early Sheppard red card to win away at Finn Harps

Ryan Brennan scored the only goal of a 1-0 win.

German football clubs agree plans to allow fans to return next month

Grounds are set to partially open to supporters from mid-September.

From TheJournal.ie Blow to weddings and sport as government extends restrictions on public gatherings Covid-19

Blow to weddings and sport as government extends restrictions on public gatherings

Limits on 50 people indoors and 200 people outdoors are to remain.

'She’s played just 12 games of football in her life and is now being touted as one of the best midfielders in the league'

History-making Tipperary ace Aisling McCarthy is looking to build on two impressive AFLW seasons at a new club.

Unsuccessful appeal confirms Wigan's relegation from the Championship

A 12-point deduction for going into administration has condemned the Latics to League One.

Gerrard lands 'primary target' as Rangers snap up ex-Leeds United striker

Kemar Roofe is heading to the Scottish Premiership after a spell in Belgium with Anderlecht.

Croke Park chiefs cancel GAA championship season tickets

The Association will refund €40 to holders of Adult Tickets.

'I think I'm in the best place for him to bring me to a world-class level'

RG Snyman says head coach Johann van Graan was the key factor in attracting him to Munster.

'If you said to me, 'Is there more doping in football than we think?' I would say yes' BTL

'If you said to me, 'Is there more doping in football than we think?' I would say yes'

David Walsh is our guest on this week’s edition of Behind the Lines.

Jack Byrne and Celtic's Lee O'Connor among FAI Player of the Year Awards winners

The full list of men’s and women’s underage winners were announced today.

Man United close to capturing €100m Sancho after agreeing personal terms - reports

The Premier League club have made Borussia Dortmund’s 20-year-old winger their number one target this summer.

Spain and Real Madrid legend Casillas retires a year after suffering heart attack

The 39-year-old, who most recently played for Porto, won the World Cup, the European Championship, the Champions League and numerous La Liga titles.

Ireland teenage goalkeeper added to Man City's Champions League squad

Gavin Bazunu is added to the squad as Man City get set to face Real Madrid on Friday night.

'The worst two days of my snooker years' - Former world champion Murphy crashes out at Crucible

The 2005 winner suffered a 10-4 defeat to Thailand’s Noppon Saengkham today.

Champion jockey Geraghty to release his memoir 'True Colours' in October

Geraghty retired from jump racing last month.

Pedro bids early farewell to Chelsea after undergoing surgery

The Spaniard is leaving the Blues after five years to sign for Roma.

IBF intercontinental title on the line as Eric Donovan's big night gets even bigger

Donovan takes on Zelfa Barrett on 14 August in ‘Matchroom Square Garden’.

James Ryan's injury a big blow but Leinster have second row depth to cope

21-year-old Ryan Baird will be hoping for opportunities when rugby gets back underway.

'It is very alien' - Tipperary star McCarthy completes historic switch between Aussie Rules sides

Aisling McCarthy joins West Coast Eagles from Western Bulldogs. Here, she speaks to The42 about the move.

Ireland star ready for new challenge in 'the home of defensive football' after Arsenal exit The Mighty Quinn This post contains videos

Ireland star ready for new challenge in 'the home of defensive football' after Arsenal exit

Louise Quinn recently joined Italian side Fiorentina.

Lonergan lauds 'unbelievable' Kelleher as 'the new generation of goalkeeper'

The Corkman needs a loan move away from Liverpool to accumulate experience, says Andy Lonergan.

Irish trio set to lead West Coast's line as Mayo Sister Act sign contract extensions

Grace and Niamh Kelly will return to the Eagles after impressing in their debut season.

Davis follows in Kobe's footsteps and LeBron also stars as Lakers clinch top spot in the West Round-Up This post contains videos

Davis follows in Kobe's footsteps and LeBron also stars as Lakers clinch top spot in the West

‘To be in a category with him means a lot. I know he’s looking down on us, cheering us on.’

‘To say we didn’t deserve an All-Ireland was crass, Down never got credit for '91’ Cinderella Stories This post contains videos

‘To say we didn’t deserve an All-Ireland was crass, Down never got credit for '91’

No one gave Down a chance of winning an Ulster – never mind an All-Ireland – title at the start of 1991. But by the end of that summer they had lit a spark that resulted in a number of unheralded teams catching fire throughout the ‘90s.

Brentford one win away from €185m Premier League windfall that would end 73-year wait

The Championship play-off final is down for decision this evening.

'We want to beat England any time we play them' - Ireland eager to restore pride

England hold an unassailable 2-0 advantage ahead of today’s final one-day international.

Monday 3 August, 2020

Gatland confirms talks with Leinster coach Lancaster about Lions role

Warren Gatland will take charge of the Lions for a third time when he oversees the 2021 tour to South Africa.

Disappointing defeat for St Pat's capped by rare Conor McCormack goal

There was also a goal for debutant James Akintunde as Derry City were victorious at Richmond Park.

Quiz: How well do you remember the 2011-12 Premier League season?

Man City triumphed in dramatic circumstances.

Ireland hopeful Sean Raggett makes permanent switch to Portsmouth

The central defender, who spent last season on loan at Pompey, was recently released by Norwich City.

'A lot of clubs in the Championship and beyond wanted Troy – that's how highly he is regarded'

Millwall manager Gary Rowett is thrilled to have secured the loan signing of Irish youngster Troy Parrott.

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