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Yesterday’s News

18-year-old Shels new boy helps them extend lead at the top as Drogheda move into second place

A wrap of tonight’s action from the SSE Airticity League First Division.

Floodlight failure delays kick-off but Derry shine in win over Sligo

Declan Devine’s side are on a roll.

James Horan rings the changes for Mayo's battle Royal

The Connacht side have shown their cards ahead of Sunday’s clash.

Bizarre deflected early goal enough for Algeria to claim AFCON glory in scrappy final Champions This post contains videos

Bizarre deflected early goal enough for Algeria to claim AFCON glory in scrappy final

On the back foot for the majority of the game, Algeria defended their early lead against Senagal to lift the title for the second time.

Massive boost for Finn Harps' survival hopes as Place's penalty downs Waterford

A 1-0 win on the road comes as a huge result for the Donegal outfit.

Archer's 3-8 steers Dublin young guns to first-ever Leinster U20 crown against Laois

Tom Grey’s side were 13-point winners tonight, with Galway up next.

Reece in the limelight as World Cup looms large over international rugby season kick-off

The tick-tock of Rugby World Cup countdown is getting louder, though New Zealand and South Africa are holding back on opening weekend.

Home hero Alaphilippe stuns Thomas in Tour time-trial and extends overall lead

Ireland’s Dan Martin finished 33rd today and slipped to 11th in the general rankings while Nicolas Roche was 115th.

Two changes to Kerry side for Donegal Super 8s showdown in Croke Park

Peter Keane has shown his hand ahead of Sunday.

Emotional McIlroy misses Open cut at Portrush after coming agonisingly close The Open This post contains videos

Emotional McIlroy misses Open cut at Portrush after coming agonisingly close

The dream is over for McIlroy despite a sensational second-day charge, with Tiger Woods also falling short.

Fifa and Uefa 'seriously concerned' over government interference on FAI

The FAI announced that they received a joint letter from the governing bodies today.

'Some of their players are going to be playing in the top leagues over the next few years' Promise This post contains videos

'Some of their players are going to be playing in the top leagues over the next few years'

Niall Morahan and Kameron Ledwidge were impressed by France as Ireland suffered a narrow 1-0 loss.

Shane Lowry lights up The Open and shares the lead after day 2

The Offaly man showed delight and disappointment in equal measure on his final hole today, but he shares the lead with JB Holmes.

18-year-old O'Connor wins Ireland's first heptathlon medal with brilliant silver in Sweden

What an incredible performance from Dundalk’s Kate O’Connor at the European U20 Athletics Championships.

Watch: Ireland U21 playmaker's half-volley that helped Slovakian side progress in Europe Irish Eye This post contains videos

Watch: Ireland U21 playmaker's half-volley that helped Slovakian side progress in Europe

Connor Ronan was on target for Dunajská Streda in the Europa League last night.

Camogie association 'continue to liaise' with Waterford after damning statement on fixture notice

Waterford are playing Cork on Sunday to accommodate dual players in the Rebel county.

Addison's return adds to 'incredibly hard' selection decisions for Ireland

Joe Schmidt and his coaches must whittle down an extended panel of 45 to just 31 for Japan.

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Cunningham makes just one change as Roscommon gear up for Dubs clash at HQ

Brian Stack replaces Hubert Darcy in the Rossies’ half-forward line.

Brewster hopes to fill Sturridge's ‘big boots’ at Liverpool

The 19-year-old attacker is determined to repay the faith shown in him by Reds boss Jurgen Klopp.

England's World Cup winning captain returning home to play for Dublin Chiefs

Rush native Eoin Morgan is set to be involved in the inaugural Euro T20 Slam next month.

Wayne Barnes installed as referee for Ireland's pivotal RWC clash with Scotland

The veteran English official hasn’t always been a good omen for Ireland.

Newcastle midfielder flattered by Man United transfer links

21-year-old Sean Longstaff insists he is focused on the Magpies, after the arrival of Steve Bruce this week.

Derby weekend shows new boss at the Curragh needs to win back local support

The redeveloped venue has a challenge ahead, writes Johnny Ward.

Dream start for Lowry after Koepka hits second-round 69 at The Open

Lowry has gone on a birdie blitz with four in his opening six holes today.

Donaghy: 'If you want to win an All-Ireland, you've got to be winning all the Super 8s games'

Kerry face Donegal in a titanic Super 8s clash this weekend.

Cullen's Leinster to play Champions Cup pool opponents in pre-season friendly

The Pro14 champions will continue their preparations for the new season with a trip to face Northampton Saints.

Ireland continue to manage 'frustrated watcher' Sexton after thumb injury

A number of players, including the out-half, trained away from the main group in Limerick this morning.

Qualities of those making the changes are key, not the noise of critics and opportunists sitting back

John O’Sullivan takes a look at the criticisms directed at the FAI and Cork City, who have both been in the firing line of late.

IRFU records best-ever financial year with revenues of €87.5 million

The men’s international game now accounts for 81% of all IRFU revenues.

'The most embarrassing game I’ve ever been involved in' - Irish midfielder on Kilmarnock's European exit

Killie captain Gary Dicker believes the players only have themselves to blame after losing out to Welsh side Connah’s Quay Nomads last night.

Benitez takes trusted Premier League striker along with him to China

Venezuelan international Salomon Rondon has joined Dalian Yifang, where he will call Marek Hamsik and Yannick Carrasco team-mates.

'He snapped his ankle in training. It's a massive blow, he would relish Croke Park'

Kevin Cassidy on the devastating injury suffered by Donegal star Eoghan Ban Gallagher.

'Coutinho would face more pressure at Liverpool' - Rivaldo

The Brazil international playmaker has been linked with a return to Anfield, but his fellow countryman believes he may want to remain at Camp Nou.

'You have to connect with the man to get to the player, and that's what we've done'

Stephen Bradley talks about how he and Rovers have helped Jack Byrne tap his potential, following a classy showing against SK Brann in Europe.

'It is just a contract' - Klopp sees no need for fresh Liverpool talks

Contracted until 2022, the manager said there is plenty of time for he and the club to come to terms on a new deal.

Jason Quigley saved from himself in gruelling first career defeat TKO

Jason Quigley saved from himself in gruelling first career defeat

The 28-year-old Ballybofey man showed extraordinary heart but took a battering at the hands of Tureano Johnson.

Donal Conway to consider his position as FAI President amid political pressure

Shane Ross, a host of politicians and Sport Ireland have all called on him to step away this week.

Thursday 18 July, 2019

Former champion hits worst British Open round for 22 years

It was a day to forget for David Duval.

Steve Bruce: I'm not Rafa Benitez, but I'll give everything for Newcastle

The former Man United star recently resigned as manager of Sheffield Wednesday — who are now considering their legal options.

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