Advertisement
This site uses cookies to improve your experience and to provide services and advertising. By continuing to browse, you agree to the use of cookies described in our Cookies Policy. You may change your settings at any time but this may impact on the functionality of the site. To learn more see our Cookies Policy.
OK
Dublin: 14 °C Wednesday 14 November, 2018

Today’s News

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 and won 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 and won

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

Farrell faces up to the toughest test for a defence coach in rugby Faz

Farrell faces up to the toughest test for a defence coach in rugby

The All Blacks have scored 68 tries in their 12 Tests so far this year.

'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.

Boston-based O'Donnell will be in action for Clare this weekend

The 24-year-old is set to play at Fenway Park as the Banner look to retain their title.

'He's not afraid of pulling the trigger': Barrett sees a lot of familiar traits in Sexton

The world player of the year nominees will go head-to-head on Saturday.

'If you are too emotional, you'll miss a beat and against these guys it's seven points'

Peter O’Mahony is awaiting his first win over the All Blacks, but a personal agenda is not driving the Munster captain this week.

Ireland striker Callum Robinson: 'I've been in the best form of my life'

The Preston star has already matched his Championship tally from last season, and is hoping to do similar damage on the international stage.

Yesterday’s News

Galway-born striker Connolly scores brilliant hat-trick for Brighton in Checkatrade Trophy

Aaron Connolly moved to Brighton from Mervue United in the summer on 2016 on a two-year deal.

'He likes to run with the ball, he's a powerful lad for his age'

Richard Keogh says 18-year-old Southampton striker Michael Obafemi has settled in well to the Ireland squad.

No 2016 grudging, just respect as All Blacks pitch up in Dublin

‘You don’t need to dip into the past to find a desire to play and play well.’

'The people who will benefit are inspiring' - Dublin stars hoping to Help Real Heroes

All-Ireland champions Dean Rock and Niamh McEvoy are hosting a charity event in aid of Stewarts Care, Palmerstown.

SPONSORED

From TheJournal.ie Referee who was assaulted at football game says he forgives those who attacked him Horseleap

Referee who was assaulted at football game says he forgives those who attacked him

The FAI has begun an investigation into the attack.

5 proposed Gaelic football rule changes finalised before taking the next step

There have been some amendments made to the original proposals as they prepare to go before Council.

Waterford County Board receives near-unanimous support for Walsh Park redevelopment

Waterford were without the use of a home ground during this year’s Munster championship.

Animal Planet president becomes first female Premier League chief

Susanna Dinnage will replace Richard Scudamore as the head of English football’s top division.

'I've no doubt I've much more passion playing for Ireland than I would have for England'

Callum Robinson and Aiden O’Brien give their thoughts on dual nationality.

Galway boxing star Molloy guarantees bronze at EU Championships

Molloy outclassed former Youth Olympic champion Vincenzo Arecchia to reach the semis.

3-time Munster senior hurling winner brings Cork inter-county career to a close

Lorcan McLoughlin made his Cork senior hurling debut in 2010.

On The Box! TG4 to show eight hours of live GAA action on Sunday

You can watch five matches between club clashes and the Super 11s action from Boston.

Going home to be a father keeps All Black challenge in perspective for Earls

The 31-year-old is set to face New Zealand for the fifth time on Saturday.

All Blacks braced for Ireland 'trying to suffocate us with possession'

New Zealand assistant coach Ian Foster hopes to see his side meet Ireland head on and in the air.

'It would have tainted it a bit getting knocked out first round in Leinster after winning the Dublin championship'

Paul Mannion and Kilmacud are aiming to make their mark in Leinster.

McIlroy unsure of keeping his European Tour membership

The four-time major champion will focus on the PGA Tour in 2019, but absence from the European Tour would prevent him from ever being Ryder Cup captain or vice-captain.

16-year-old Parsons set for Ireland Women debut off bench against USA

Lauren Delany and Laura Sheehan have been named to start for their first Test caps.

Harry Kewell sacked as manager of League Two side after 10 weeks in the job

The former Leeds United and Liverpool winger guided Notts County to just three wins in 14 games.

Beauden Barrett happily adapting to get 'excited about chasing kicks'

The All Black number 10 is keen to embrace the varied conditions that the northern hemisphere offers

'Maybe he didn't get the appreciation he deserved at times'

Robbie Brady has paid tribute to Ireland team-mate Glenn Whelan, who is set to retire from international duty.

Australian Open dismisses claims of 'disturbing' Federer conflicts of interest

Director Craig Tiley responded to comments from former French Open doubles champ Julien Benneteau.

Connacht's Tom Farrell links up with Ireland squad ahead of All Blacks clash

Leinster wing Adam Byrne also joined the training camp at Carton House in recent days.

'Thank you very much': Farrell sidesteps suggestion he will succeed Schmidt

IRFU chief executive Philip Browne said the current Ireland defence coach would be ‘more than capable’ of stepping up to the top job.

Ireland and Northern Ireland footballers team up to visit Crumlin Children's Hospital Nice Touch This post contains images

Ireland and Northern Ireland footballers team up to visit Crumlin Children's Hospital

Before Thursday’s friendly between the two sides, players attempted to bring a smile to the faces of children fighting a far greater battle.

Injury forces Supple to retire just five months after featuring in Ireland squad

The Bohemians goalkeeper has called it a day at the age of 31 due to a persistent hip problem.

'It's not being in and around the lads, it's literally days on end on your own'

Ireland’s Robbie Brady is relieved to be back playing after a difficult few months.

Kearney, Ringrose and Marmion 'on the right track' to face the All Blacks

Joe Schmidt’s squad trained at their base at Carton House this morning.

12 All-Ireland U21 winners in 40-man Tipperary hurling pre-season squad as new sponsor named

Teneo will be the sponsor of Tipperary football and hurling sides next year.

Middleweight title bout confirmed as main event for UFC 234

Robert Whittaker will put his belt on the line at the home of the Australian Open next February.

Brexit plan would see Premier League clubs restricted to signing less foreign players

The FA has reportedly put forward a proposal that would ensure each squad is made up of at least half ‘homegrown’ players.

Samir Nasri set to sign for West Ham as doping ban nears end

The Frenchman has reportedly undergone a medical and he will be available to play from 1 January.

1 2 3 4 5