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Today’s News

Siakam shines as Raptors take 2-1 series lead over Orlando

The Cameroonian scored a postseason-career high 30 points and had 11 rebounds after Friday’s game.

'You won't notice anything outside the moment because you're just trying to basically stay alive'

Former professional rugby player Damian Browne is attempting to climb the seven summits of the world.

'I'm not leaving this place until I win something. I need to win something'

33-year-old Billy Holland has shown resilience over the course his lifelong love affair with Munster.

'I couldn’t even hold my kids. But if I've to break both hands again to get the win, I will'

With one fight left on his current contract, Wexford’s Brian Moore is fighting to secure his future with MMA promotion, Bellator.

'If we win every trophy available and I don’t score another goal this season, I think I’ll be happy enough' WNL

'If we win every trophy available and I don’t score another goal this season, I think I’ll be happy enough'

Ireland striker Amber Barrett talks Peamount’s perfect start to the season and how her side has evolved in the last year.

'We’ve got big dreams' - Munster look to bring down mighty Saracens

Johann van Graan’s side are underdogs in Coventry but have quiet confidence they can pull off a shock.

'My first Olympics was absolutely amazing, but this has to be the one'

After winning European bronze last summer, Shane Ryan is focused on making his mark on the Olympic stage in Tokyo.

Poll: Who do you think will win this weekend's Champions Cup semi-finals? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who do you think will win this weekend's Champions Cup semi-finals?

Leinster, Munster, Saracens and Toulouse are all chasing a spot in the final.

Yesterday’s News

97th-minute equaliser keeps Norwich City on track for Premier League return

The Canaries are five points clear at the top of the Championship after drawing with Sheffield Wednesday.

Dylan McGlade the hat-trick hero for Bray while in-form Cabiniteely stay top of the table

It was a busy night of action in the SSE Airtricity League First Division on Friday.

Bohs move into second place after teenager Grant turns on the style

The Gypsies rebounded from their defeat to Dundalk by getting the better of UCD this evening.

Greene strike sees Rovers secure eighth consecutive win for the first time since 1987

Stephen Bradley’s men extended their lead at the top of the table thanks to Aaron Green’s first-half finish.

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Munster derby defeat heaps more misery on struggling Cork City

Waterford ended a three-match winless run, while City have now taken just one point from 15.

Forrester's excellent volley helps Saints see off Sligo and old boss Buckley The Boy Chris This post contains videos

Forrester's excellent volley helps Saints see off Sligo and old boss Buckley

St Pat’s side saw off Sligo at Richmond Park thanks to goals from Forrester and Mikey Drennan.

Hat-trick hero Kelly seals home victory for champions Dundalk

The former Bohemians winger scored all three goals as the Lilywhites saw off Finn Harps.

The French woman who made Irish sporting history after just two weeks here The First Lady This post contains videos

The French woman who made Irish sporting history after just two weeks here

West Dublin Rhinos player Morane Senyarich became the first-ever woman to play tackle American football in Ireland.

Miller out of Joshua fight after Hearn reveals second failed test

The promoter says a new opponent to face Anthony Joshua on 1 June will be announced next week.

Hennessey 'desperate' to be educated about Hitler and Nazism, says Roy Hodgson

Wayne Hennessey escaped punishment for an alleged Nazi salute after claiming ignorance and now wants to be educated on the subject.

Teenage Irish striker 'gutted' to be ruled out of Scottish Cup final against Celtic

Hearts youngster Aidan Keena won’t play again this season after picking up an injury.

Injured Earls 'a big loss' but Munster back Darren Sweetnam to deliver

The 25-year-old has started nine games in a row for Johann van Graan’s side.

Ian Keatley kicks two conversions as Kidney's London Irish are promoted back to Gallagher Premiership

A bonus point victory against Richmond secured the Exiles return to the top flight on Friday.

Weekend tips: Benny is a friend of yours and Orr's dedication to pay dividends in Cork

Away from Fairyhouse there are plenty of punting opportunities this weekend, writes Thom Malone.

'What he did today, not every player can do' - Ireland international Robinson stars with double for Preston

Callum Robinson scored twice against Ipswich while Richard Keogh was also on target for Derby.

Leeds' promotion hopes suffer massive blow as 10-man Wigan triumph at Elland Road

Marcelo Bielsa’s men suffered a surprising 2-1 defeat to Wigan Athletic at home on Friday.

Big guns return for Garryowen as Armagh bid for first Bateman Cup triumph

Division 1B outfit Armagh could become the first Ulster side since Ballynahinch in 2009 to claim the national trophy.

'He has hurt the team' - Foley frustrated by Folau furore

'He has hurt the team' - Foley frustrated by Folau furore

The Waratahs and Wallabies fullback is fighting to save his career over anti-gay social media posts last week.

AC Milan fined €86,000 after players paraded opponent's shirt like a trophy

Tiemoue Bakayoko and Franck Kessie held up Lazio defender Francesco Acerbi’s shirt after Saturday’s game.

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Ex-Leinster centre Te'o to leave Worcester Warriors amid Top 14 rumours

The England international is one of eight players who will be departing Sixways at the end of the season.

Ronaldo committed to Juve despite Champions League flop, says Allegri

The Old Lady need just a point against Fiorentina this weekend to claim their eighth successive Scudetto.

We do not have the slightest idea what the League of Ireland will look like in 2020

John O’Sullivan assesses the impact of the ongoing FAI controversy on the League of Ireland.

'I won't be back in the short-term future': Paul O'Connell rules out immediate Munster return

The Stade Francais coach said he must gather more experience before a potential return.

Does City's Champions League exit hand them a further Premier League advantage?

Pep Guardiola’s cloud may carry with it a silver lining.

Johnny Ward: 'Mesmerising' Curragh redevelopment gives Flat racing a home to be proud of

Johnny Ward pays a visit to the redeveloped track ahead of its opening meeting on 6 May.

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John Delaney told Ross of 'valuable project' losing funding and threats to underage football over Brexit

While still CEO, Delaney asked the government to bear this in mind during its negotiations with the EU and UK.

Irish star on the scoresheet as Sheffield United maintain promotion push

Enda Stevens hit the Blades’ second in today’s 2-0 win at home to Nottingham Forest.

Premier League stars lead stand against racism with social media boycott

The campaign is being coordinated by the PFA.

Several United stars need a 'reality check' - Solskjaer

The Man United boss wants to see Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba rediscover their best form.

Cork, Dublin, Donegal and Galway unveil starting teams ahead of football league semi-finals

The Division 1 semi-finals are both down for decision this weekend.

Dupont starts at 10 as Toulouse reshuffle backline for last-four clash with Leinster

Sofiane Guitoune is the only back to remain in the same jersey from that sensational win in Paris.

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