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Today’s News

O'Donnell bags 2-1 as Clare maintain unbeaten start with draw in Kilkenny

The Banner missed a late chance to win the game.

Diogo Jota scores fifth goal in 72 hours as Wolves ease to Norwich win

Adam Idah was an unused sub for the visitors in Molineux.

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Ireland left reeling at Twickenham as outstanding England batter Farrell's men

Eddie Jones’ side delivered their best performance since the World Cup semi-final against the All Blacks last year.

0-14 for Forde as Tipperary shoot 3-27 in victory over 14-man Westmeath

Jake Morris, Cian Darcy and Seamus Callanan bagged the goals in Tipperary’s victory.

Roscommon back in promotion mix as goals from Cregg and Smith down Kildare

Both goals at Newbridge arrived after half-time.

Fernandes impresses as Man United brush aside Watford to go fifth

United close to within three points of Chelsea in the race for fourth.

Strong second half hands Monaghan first home over Mayo since 2011

1-11 in the second half gave the hosts victory in Clones.

McShane stretchered off as Galway hand out Harte's heaviest defeat as Tyrone boss

Padraic Joyce’s side romped to a 19-point win over the 13 men of Tyrone.

Kerry finish with 13 men and eventually shake off dogged Meath

Meath had Cillian O’Sullivan and Donal Keogan black-carded in the first-half.

Gillane hits 0-13 and Horgan fires 0-17 as Limerick hold off Cork for victory

11,212 supporters were in attendance in Páirc Uí Chaoimh today.

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Sexton spill gifts England an early try at Twickenham

George Ford pounces on Sexton error to score the game’s opening try.

Peat and Naoupu injured as Ireland Women held to nil by five-try England

Adam Griggs’ side were outclassed and suffered their first defeat of the year.

LIVE: England v Ireland, Six Nations

We’re going minute-by-minute as Andy Farrell’s resurgent Ireland face the World Cup finalists.

As it happened: Galway v Tyrone, Cork v Limerick - Sunday GAA match tracker

Join us for live coverage of a bumper afternoon across both codes in the Allianz National Leagues.

Dublin's Coláiste Eoin celebrate first Leinster senior hurling title with defeat of St Kieran's

A 1-16 to 0-17 success for the winners at Netwatch Cullen Park today in Carlow.

Adam Idah named on the bench for Norwich's trip to Wolves

Cork teenager has not featured since starting against Manchester United last month.

Hazard to miss Madrid's Man City and Barca clashes after suffering ankle fracture

Real Madrid will be without Eden Hazard for a crucial period as the forward sustained more ankle woe.

Leaders Cork Con extend their 100% campaign, and the rest of the weekend's AIL action

Wins for Dublin University, Garryowen, Young Munster and UCD in Division 1A this weekend.

Kevin Seaward runs second-fastest Irish marathon time ever to hit Olympic mark

Seaward joins Paul Pollock and Stephen Scullion as Tokyo 2020 qualifiers.

Kildare's double Grand National-winning jockey Leighton Aspell retires at 43

Kilcullen jockey retires after racing at Fontwell today.

Belfast's Leah McCourt wins historic headliner at Bellator Dublin

Belfast featherweight beat Judith Ruis by unanimous decision in the 3Arena.

'Only one team can win a league or a cup, but everyone can do good things in their area'

Bohemians and Derry City are just two of many League of Ireland clubs doing good work in their local communities.

Italy v Scotland Women's Six Nations match postponed due to coronavirus

Italian authorities have cancelled all sporting events in the region.

O'Connor brothers shine, Wexford composure, and referee doling out 16 cards unpopular with both sides

Dublin and Wexford played out a fascinating encounter at Croke Park.

'I knew that I couldn't be selfish anymore. It was time to put my family first'

Kevin Foley could have kept a handy number coaching in Wolves’ academy. Instead, the former Republic of Ireland international tells The42 why he has taken on a completely different challenge in America.

'We shouldn't alter our game much just because the opposition is the second-best team in the world'

Ireland will take on the defending Six Nations champions England later today.

From Mayo football to national politics - 'I was conscious that people would say he's just the GAA man'

Former Mayo footballer Alan Dillon is adjusting to his new role in Leinster House.

'Any time that you are able to lift a trophy for your country is huge'

Ireland are on the hunt for a Triple Crown against England at Twickenham today.

Big night for Cluxton's understudy while forgotten man returns after 7 years in the wilderness

Evan Comerford made two important saves for Dublin as Craig Dias enjoyed his first appearance since 2013.

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Fury outclasses Wilder with seventh-round stoppage to win heavyweight title

Fury wins WBC showdown in Vegas as Wilder’s corner throw in the towel.

Thomas seizes one-stroke lead in Mexico as McIlroy sits in joint-fourth

Justin Thomas leads Patrick Reed and Erik van Rooye at the WGC Mexico Championship.

Yesterday’s News

Shamrock Rovers II lose league opener to Longford and Drogheda claim away win over Cobh

2-0 victories for Longford Town and Drogheda United tonight in First Division of the League Of Ireland.

Hazard injured as Real Madrid suffer shock defeat ahead of Man City tie and El Classico

Jose Luis Morales scored an eye-catching late winner to secure Levante a 1-0 win over Real Madrid, who trail Barcelona ahead of El Clasico.

No winning Belfast return for Pienaar as Ulster claim victory over Cheetahs

Tries from Ireland prop Tom O’Toole and winger Robert Baloucoune sent Ulster ten points clear of the Cheetahs.

13 point loss on opening night but Cavan footballers now flying high in Division 2 after latest win

A three-point win for Cavan over Fermanagh in tonight’s Ulster derby.

Both sides finish with 14 men as late Mannion goal steers Dublin to victory

Dublin snatched a one-point win at Croke Park.

Two goals from Connolly help league leaders Cork recover to defeat Tipperary

A 3-13 to 0-21 victory for the Rebels in Thurles this evening.

Ronaldo matches Batistuta and Quagliarella as Juventus goal glut continues

The Portuguese star was back on target against SPAL.

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