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Dublin: 12°C Monday 23 November 2020

Today’s News

Decision on Tipperary's jersey for All-Ireland semi-finals to be made this week

The Premier will retain the white and green strip for the 2021 season.

Wood's early strike gives Burnley first win of the season

The Kiwi latched on to a delicate through-ball from Jay Rodriguez.

'I watched the Brendan Gleeson piece and it hit home' - the making of the 1920 commemoration

Michael Foley and Robert Smith look back at what was a stunning tribute to Bloody Sunday at the weekend.

'I was an absolute emotional wreck, from laughing to nearly breaking down in tears' - Tipperary's day of glory

Tipperary football’s long-serving stalwart on finally getting a Munster senior title win.

The English video is a non-issue - Stephen Kenny's real problem is that the story went public

The FAI consider the matter dealt with, but the leaking of dressing room details undermines Kenny’s work as manager.

Campbell returns for first time in over a year as Pauw names squad for decisive Germany qualifier

One Megan in, one Megan out as Vera Pauw puts together a squad of 27 for next Tuesday’s likely pivotal clash.

Fans set to return to sports stadiums in England from December

Up to 4,000 spectators will be allowed into grounds in low-risk areas.

Maurice Setters, Ireland assistant manager under Jack Charlton, dies aged 83

‘Maurice played a key role in the success of the Irish team in the 1980s and 1990s,’ reads an FAI statement.

Magic. Special. What it's all about: Cavan's fairytale Ulster triumph just means more

The42′s Emma Duffy reflects on a day that will live long in the memory of Cavan people.

Twice-capped ex-Ireland international Alex Bruce retires from football

The 36-year-old defender played in two friendlies before switching allegiance to Northern Ireland.

Alan Pardew back in football after landing role at Bulgarian club CSKA Sofia

The 59-year-old former Newcastle United boss has been appointed technical director of the club.

'We know we’ll have to pull off something spectacular' - Ireland's Celtic star back fit and firing for Germany

Still haunted by Kiev, the Girls In Green must ‘throw the kitchen sink’ at their final Euro 2022 qualifier next week, says Keeva Keenan.

Bath prop hopes new Amazon Prime documentary will 'change the perception of rugby'

‘I think rugby has traditionally been a sport played and watched by middle-class white people.’

Ireland Sevens 'original' McNulty leaves for LA

Harry and Sean McNulty have signed for the new Major League Rugby side, but the Sevens star suggests he may return to the short form of the game.

Failing miserably to master the balancing act amid a deluge of live sport

In a duel between parenting responsibly and satisfying one’s appetite for sport, there can be only one winner.

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'10 out of 10' - Henderson's talented prospect Shishkin strolls to victory in eagerly-awaited debut over fences

The six-year-old put in a near flawless display in the Beginners’ Chase at Kempton.

'Leinster football is, to all intents and purposes, dead. It’s not dying' - a call for change

Former Westmeath player John Connellan writes on the perilous state of football in the province.

'It just goes to show the passion of the man that he wants to play with Tipperary'

Sydney Swan Colin O’Riordan played a major role in Tipperary’s Munster final success.

Arteta labels Pepe behaviour 'unacceptable'

The Arsenal boss also admitted his side’s lack of goals are a concern having gone almost two months without a league goal from open play.

'Would you say Donegal were complacent? Quite possibly they were, because we were all talking them up'

Marc Ó Sé discusses Cavan’s Ulster final upset on this week’s edition of The42 GAA Weekly.

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This Donegal man is aiming to become the first person to swim around the coast of Ireland

The security consultant started his marathon swim at Carrickfin beach in Co Donegal in September.

Greatest day of shocks in football history? How Tipperary and Cavan upset odds to taste provincial glory

A season that started with a spate of players dropping off both squads, has seen the counties advance to the All-Ireland semi-finals.

Super Bowl MVP Mahomes shines as Chiefs avenge loss to Raiders

Meanwhile, Taysom Hill led New Orleans Saints to victory.

Ireland's new-look combinations learn about top-level Test rugby in Twickenham

The inexperienced halfback pairing didn’t get anything like an armchair ride.

‘I still can’t believe it, it’s like waking up from a dream. That’s all we wanted when we were younger’

Listening to Tipp’s Munster final win on the way to Armagh gave Padraig Faulkner extra faith in a potential Cavan upset.

Scannell rates this Munster squad the best he has played in

Munster centre excited by talent coming through as the province heads to Glasgow tonight seeking a sixth straight win this season.

'Maybe I’m just protecting my teammates but I thought it was a lot better'

Conor Murray feels Ireland closed the gap on England despite a fourth consecutive defeat.

Tipperary's forward stars, the Premier experience is key and how big a setback is this for Cork?

A look at a few key areas that settled yesterday’s Munster football final.

Streb holds off Kisner in playoff to win RSM Classic

Shane Lowry and Graeme McDowell finished T50 and T59 respectively.

Antrim's Meadow finishes third as Kim follows up major breakthrough with LGPA title

The Northern Irishwoman pocketed over €85,000 for her standalone third-placed finish, five shots off the winning world no.2.

Henry powers Titans to come-from-behind overtime win over Ravens

Elsewhere, Ben Roethlisberger threw for two touchdowns and 267 yards as the Steelrs continued their unbeaten season.

Ibrahimovic scores twice as Milan beat Napoli to stay top

The Rossoneri are two clear at the summit, and four clear of champions Juventus.

Yesterday’s News

A much-needed Monday-morning GAA fix kicks off our offerings for The42 members this week

Between reliving, ranting and writing, we’ll have you well stocked this week.

Ulster overcome Marshall blow, two yellows and late Scarlets fightback to record another bonus-point win

The centre was carted off early with what appeared to be a knee injury, but Ulster motored on with their impressive start to the season.

'We're in nursery school, Liverpool are doing their PhD at Oxford University'

England boss Eddie Jones explained how the Premier League club has inspired them.

Diogo Jota stars and records tumble as Liverpool brush aside Leicester at Anfield

The Portuguese and Roberto Firmino also found the target as Jurgen Klopp’s side won 3-0.

Stephen Kenny's job safe as senior players and staff back Ireland boss in video investigation

An FAI statement confirmed that the Republic of Ireland manager has been cleared of any wrongdoing.

Januzaj pulls the strings as Real Sociedad extend their La Liga lead

The former Manchester United winger created the winning goal for Alexander Isak today against Cadiz.

Penny at the double to cap Leinster's comprehensive win against Cardiff Blues

Leo Cullen’s four-in-a-row-chasing side remain the team to beat in the Guinness Pro14.

David Power: 'Emotional, very emotional, today Tipperary needed to win a senior title'

An emotional Tipperary manager hailed his side after their Munster final win.

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