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Dublin: 2°C Sunday 27 September 2020

Yesterday’s News

Late Lukaku, D'Ambrosio goals lift Inter in seven-goal Fiorentina show

It was a high-scoring day of Serie A drama.

Richard Keogh makes return to English football following dismissal from Derby

The Irish defender hadn’t played in a year, since leaving Derby having suffered a serious knee injury as a passenger in a drink-driving incident.

Real Madrid battle to victory over 10-man Real Betis

Sergio Ramos’ penalty capped a comeback from 2-1 down after Betis’ Emerson scored an own goal and was sent off.

Danny Ings haunts Burnley to ruin Sean Dyche’s landmark night in management

Sean Dyche’s 400th game in management saw former Burnley striker Danny Ings grab the only goal of the match.

Cavan football final heads to replay after last second equaliser Drama This post contains videos

Cavan football final heads to replay after last second equaliser

Mark Stuart equalised with the last kick of the game for Crosserlough to bring Kingscourt Stars to a replay.

Forrester screamer snaps Pat's goalless streak in win over Shelbourne LOI This post contains videos

Forrester screamer snaps Pat's goalless streak in win over Shelbourne

Stephen O’Donnell’s side were 2-0 winners at Richmond Park tonight.

David Clifford wonder goal helps East Kerry retain Kingdom title in comfortable fashion Pick It Out This post contains videos

David Clifford wonder goal helps East Kerry retain Kingdom title in comfortable fashion

Clifford bagged 1-4 while fellow attacker Darragh Roche shot 1-3 for the victors.

Patrick Horgan hits 0-14 as Glen Rovers hold off battling Erins Own to book Cork senior final spot

A three-point eventual success over Erins Own in tonight’s semi-final.

Peamount overpower Shels to take over WNL top spot Shel Shocked This post contains videos

Peamount overpower Shels to take over WNL top spot

Elsewhere, a brilliant stoke from Eabha O’Mahony earned a win for Cork City in Wexford.

Loris Karius on verge of Liverpool exit - reports

The goalkeeper is set for a return to Germany.

Callum Robinson scores twice but West Brom blow three-goal lead against Chelsea

The Irish international helped the Baggies into a 3-0 lead that was eventually squandered.

Sensational Smith volley earns Waterford win over Sligo Feast Your Eyes This post contains videos

Sensational Smith volley earns Waterford win over Sligo

Smith’s early goal is worth a watch.

Kilmurry Ibrickane on top in Clare as Sarsfields are dethroned in Kildare

Moorefield and Athy will clash in the Kildare football final.

Dortmund slump to shock league defeat at Augsburg

Dortmund slump to shock league defeat at Augsburg

Dortmund blew the chance to build a lead on Bayern with a poor 2-0 defeat.

Sugrue slips back as Rai leads the way at Irish Open

The Cork amateur remains the best of the Irish, but today’s 73 puts him over par.

Coleman impresses again as Everton maintain perfect start against Palace

The Irish captain set up his side’s opening goal in a 2-1 win at Selhurst Park.

Exeter have too much for Toulouse to set up European final against Racing 92

33-year-old ex-Ulster centre Ian Whitten was excellent in midfield for Rob Baxter’s side.

McClean returns to starting line-up in Stoke win

McClean returns to starting line-up in Stoke win

Elsewhere in the football league, there were bittersweet days for Kieran Sadlier and Ryan Cassidy.

Strong Munster A team produce resounding six-try win over Connacht

Strong Munster A team produce resounding six-try win over Connacht

Johann van Graan’s men got set for the new Pro14 season with victory in Limerick.

Late Russell magic sees Racing past Saracens and into Champions Cup final

Simon Zebo and Donnacha Ryan started for the French club, who won with Juan Imhoff’s 76th-minute try.

Lewis Hamilton survives scare to qualify on pole at Russian Grand Prix F1

Lewis Hamilton survives scare to qualify on pole at Russian Grand Prix

Hamilton will join Michael Schumacher with the most number of victories in Formula One history should he triumph for a 91st time tomorrow.

100th-minute penalty saves Man United's blushes in Brighton

The Seagulls equalised deep in stoppage time, but there was still time for Solskjaer’s side to edge a five-goal thriller.

Jurgen Klopp confident against Arsenal despite Mikel Arteta’s impact

The Gunners beat Liverpool in the league late last season and then on penalties in the Community Shield.

Ulster ladies club championships postponed Off

Ulster ladies club championships postponed

The decision will be reviewed on 12 October if there’s a significant decrease in Covid cases in the region.

'In the heat of the match he could be frightening... He was a colossus'

Robert Blair Mayne played for Ireland and the Lions before going on to a remarkable wartime career.

Manny Pacquiao says he wants to fight Conor McGregor next year

The fight could be staged in the Middle East though a deal is far from agreed.

‘We were jealous watching Rovers against Zlatan and want our own big day out’

Dundalk’s win over Moldova’s Sheriff Tiraspol on Thursday has left them 90 minutes away from a place in the Europa League group stages and the €3m prize that goes with that. But Shane Keegan, a key member of their management team, says it is about the glory not just the money.

Boston Celtics keep season alive with victory over Miami Heat

“We know what’s at stake: We lose and go home,” Boston’s Jayson Tatum said after the game.

50 years on and still central to Cork club hurling - 'There's a brilliant attitude among these fellas'

Dr. Paddy Crowley played for UCC in the 1970 Cork final, managed them in the ’99 final and is involved again in today’s semi-final.

Big opportunity for memorable week to get better as traditional Cavan football heavyweights return to final

Kingscourt face Crosserlough with senior championship glory on the line in Kingspan Breffni Park tonight.

6 months ago, they were laid off. Now, they're pushing for Europe

Sligo Rovers are feeling stronger after coming through difficult times.

The Luxembourg international joining the AIL after a year with Stade Français

20-year-old Tony Drennan has signed with Queen’s University and still has professional rugby ambitions.

Friday 25 September, 2020

Roy Hodgson questions Andros Townsend’s burgeoning radio career

The 29-year-old has made regular appearances on talkSPORT since filling in for Andrew Flintoff in June.

Roche and Mullen feature as Ganna claims Italy's first world time trial crown on home soil

The Italian star pipped Belgium’s Wout Van Aert on home soil in Imola.

Drogheda go top, struggling Wexford seal remarkable win

Bray Wanderers were beaten in tonight’s top-of-the-table clash.

94th and 95th-minute goals see Bohs stun Derry Last Gasp This post contains videos

94th and 95th-minute goals see Bohs stun Derry

Late strikes from Keith Ward and Andre Wright completed a remarkable turnaround.

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Debuts for two Irish internationals as Huddersfield edge Forest

Harry Arter and Cyrus Christie both made their first starts for their new club.

Leicester make €32 million bid for Burnley defender

The Foxes are long-term admirers of James Tarkowski.

Padraig Harrington and Shane Lowry among stars to miss cut at Irish Open As It Stands This post contains videos

Padraig Harrington and Shane Lowry among stars to miss cut at Irish Open

The Dubliner slipped the wrong side of the projected cut after a bogey on the 18th hole.

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