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Today’s News

Spats with reporters, historic victories and Roy Keane controversy – the good and bad of the O’Neill era

The Ireland boss is stepping down after five years in charge.

Sexton's brilliance earns him Rugby Writers of Ireland Player of the Year award

The Ireland and Leinster out-half was recognised at this evening’s awards dinner in Dublin.

Rondon breaks down on TV as he recalls James McCarthy's horror leg-break No Tears Left To Cry This post contains videos

Rondon breaks down on TV as he recalls James McCarthy's horror leg-break

‘It was an injury that I actually felt when it happened. I’ll never forget it… it was tough.’

'McCarthy represents an experienced pair of hands, with Kenny someone who believes Irish football can do better'

Both men are the bookies leading candidates to become the next Ireland manager, but how do they stack up?

Reigning champs Árdscoil bow out as Cork and Tipperary lead the way in Dr Harty Cup quarter-finalists

Árdscoil Rís have won five of the last nine titles in the Munster colleges competition.

Bendtner to serve 50-day prison sentence for assaulting taxi driver after dropping appeal

The Denmark international was found guilty earlier this month after the victim reportedly suffered a broken jaw.

'It is with a heavy heart that I leave': O'Neill bids farewell to Ireland job recalling happy nights

The 66-year-old left by mutual consent on Wednesday alongside assistant Roy Keane.

Cork stick with All-Ireland winning manager Fitzgerald for fourth season

Ephie Fitzgerald delivered the Brendan Martin Cup in his first year in charge in 2016.

Tbilisi to Cardiff - the memorable wins and golden goals from Martin O'Neill's Ireland tenure

2018 was filled with disappointments but there was some moments to savour from O’Neill’s time in charge.

'I closed my eyes to try and get some energy back. I'd never batted for over five hours before' Test Match Special This post contains videos

'I closed my eyes to try and get some energy back. I'd never batted for over five hours before'

Kevin O’Brien looks back on his historic Test century against Pakistan.

Cork, this is your chance to prove you know more about sport than us...

We’re bringing our annual table quiz to Rearden’s on Thursday, 29 November.

The key stats and numbers through Martin O'Neill's reign as Ireland boss

After five years, he’s parted company with the FAI ‘by mutual agreement’.

Wenger, Big Sam and Rodgers: 5 outside candidates to take over as Ireland manager

Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane left by mutual consent this morning.

Cullen set to hand out debuts against Ospreys as Leinster return to work

The eastern province are back in action this Friday night at the RDS.

Major coup for Shamrock Rovers as Hoops sign highly-rated Derry attacker McEneff

Former Tottenham academy prospect Aaron McEneff has signed a deal with the Tallaght club.

Cascarino: 'I think Mick McCarthy is ready for international management again'

Tony Cascarino believes McCarthy deserves a second crack at the job.

Wexford hurler to miss start of National League after suffering broken jaw in Fenway Classic

Damien Reck was hospitalised in Boston and needed surgery.

Griggs makes six changes for Ireland's trip to face England at Twickenham

Captain Ciara Griffin has been ruled out of Saturday’s November international through injury.

Kerr calls for spotlight to be shone on FAI and Delaney after 'disaster' two years In For A Penny This post contains videos

Kerr calls for spotlight to be shone on FAI and Delaney after 'disaster' two years

Brian Kerr says he would be interested in the Ireland role but believes it exceedingly unlikely that he’ll be fielding a call from John Delaney or the FAI.

Analysis: Who did what for Ireland in the rucks against the All Blacks?

Devin Toner and captain Rory Best were, typically, the busiest players in this department.

Kildare next up in club manager role for Dublin and Roscommon county winning boss

Paul Curran has been appointed as Celbridge manager.

Wexford man Boyle secures first professional contract with Connacht

The 21-year-old has impressed for Andy Friend’s side this season.

All-Ireland winning boss commits to Dublin for new two-year term

Mick Bohan was appointed to the role in December 2016.

Poll: The O'Neill-Keane era is over; was the decision the right call? MONKeano This post contains a poll

Poll: The O'Neill-Keane era is over; was the decision the right call?

It’s the end of the road for the O’Neill-Keane ticket.

O'Neill and Keane part company with the FAI 'by mutual agreement'

The Ireland management team’s five-year spell in charge is over after a dismal 2018.

Growth of scrum-half depth in Murray's absence a major positive for Ireland

Kieran Marmion got two big starts this month, while Luke McGrath and John Cooney have had exposure too.

Martin O'Neill summoned to crunch talks as FAI eye change - reports

O’Neill and assistant Roy Keane have overseen a tough year for the national team.

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Mickelson lays $200,000 bet with Woods for first hole

Tiger Woods told Phil Mickelson to “double it” when he proposed a bet of $100,000 that he will start his round with a birdie.

Bib-wearers a key part of Ireland's drive to be the best team in the world

Jack Conan explains how the players outside Ireland’s XV have been bringing intensity to training.

Schmidt to give Ireland's wider squad opportunities against the USA

There will be plenty of hungry players eager to make an impression this weekend in Dublin.

'We'll see how it all filters out': Cullen hopes Leinster can keep hold of Lancaster

The Englishman has been touted as a potential replacement for Joe Schmidt should he leave the Ireland job.

The best and worst-case scenarios for Ireland in the Euro 2020 draw

The Boys in Green will go into December’s draw in Dublin as third seeds.

Bundee Aki will go to New Zealand to get married after beating All Blacks

The inspirational centre is expected back in time for the Christmas inter-pros.

Older, wiser McCloskey ready to slot back into Ireland's midfield

The Ulster centre is in line for his first cap since November and feels his decision-making has come a long way since his debut.

Yesterday’s News

Kevin Durant fined $25,000 for obscenity-laced response to heckling fan Du-rant This post contains videos

Kevin Durant fined $25,000 for obscenity-laced response to heckling fan

Durant was reportedly labelled ‘cupcake’ by the fan, a term which has followed him since 2016.

Kosovo close in on shock Euro 2020 place by thrashing Azerbaijan

They knew beforehand that a draw would be enough to wrap up top spot in Group D3.

Micheál Donoghue extends Galway hurling reign by two years

Donoghue steered the western county to long-awaited All-Ireland success in 2017.

Germany confirmed as second seeds for Euro 2020 qualifying after Portugal held by Poland

Meanwhile, Sweden earned promotion to the top division.

France's defeat of Uruguay comes at a cost Setback This post contains videos

France's defeat of Uruguay comes at a cost

Kylian Mbappe’s injury overshadowed a 1-0 friendly win.

Everton striker scores winner as Brazil suffer Neymar blow Mixed Fortunes This post contains videos

Everton striker scores winner as Brazil suffer Neymar blow

Richarlison’s goal was overshadowed, as the PSG forward suffered an apparent groin problem.

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