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Today’s News

Pacquiao wins WBA welterweight title with split-decision victory over Thurman

Manny Pacquiao produced an impressive performance at MGM Grand on Saturday night.

Promising 20-year-old forward Nketiah scores twice to help Arsenal see off Fiorentina

Eddie Nketiah netted a brace as Unai Emery’s side saw off the challenge of Fiorentina last night.

'We wouldn't have dreamed of this opportunity when we first started playing'

Gary Wilson looks ahead to Ireland’s historic Test match against England at Lord’s.

Hazard makes Real Madrid debut as Bundesliga champions Bayern steal the show

Ireland underage international Ryan Johansson was an unused substitute for the German champions.

'Now the girls are nearly on a par with the men... We weren't allowed train on the grass'

Yvonne Tracy looks back on her distinguished career with Arsenal and Ireland.

The lingering Sonny Liston mystery and more of the week's best sportswriting

Plus, why Brooks Koepka is known as ‘the twat in the hat’… affectionately.

'Championships haven’t always gone our way. This is the result after all those disappointments'

Marcus Lawler chats University Games success, casting aside years of doubt and succeeding alongside his mother.

The Southampton teenager aiming to help guide Ireland to the Euro U19 semi-finals

Kameron Ledwidge is expected to feature in his side’s crucial clash with Czech Republic later today.

McBrearty's consistent class proves that Donegal are nowhere close to a one-man team Top Dogs This post contains videos

McBrearty's consistent class proves that Donegal are nowhere close to a one-man team

The star forward is a standout performer for Declan Bonner’s side.

Murphy wins, Treacy wows as pro boxing returns to Cork for first time in 9 years

Home-county hero Noely Murphy headlined a memorable night’s action at Neptune Stadium.

Yesterday’s News

Depleted New Zealand survive Argentina onslaught to claim narrow win

The Pumas kept the All Blacks scoreless in the second half.

Shane Lowry: I think I'm ready for Open finale

The Offaly man has blown a four-shot lead in the final round of a major before, but he hopes for a different outcome on Sunday at The Open.

Kilkenny send message with 22-point defeat of Limerick

The Treaty are into the quarter-finals however thanks to Galway’s defeat of Wexford.

Dean Rock hits 1-11 as Dubs outclass Rossies in Croke Park mismatch

Jim Gavin’s side were relentless as they sealed a semi-final spot.

Donal Conway to seek reelection at next week's FAI AGM after 'resounding victory'

The package of 78 recommendations put forward by the Sport Ireland/FAI Governance Review Group was passed with a margin of 116-2 at an EGM this evening.

Two-try debutant Herschel Jantjies stars for Springboks

The Rugby Championship got underway in Johannesburg.

As it happened: Dublin v Roscommon, All-Ireland SFC Super 8s

We went minute-by-minute as the defending All-Ireland champions welcomed Roscommon to Croke Park.

Red Hand come from behind to overcome battling Rebels

Mickey Harte’s side went up the gears after the break at HQ.

Gosden and Frankie to the fore again in Irish Oaks

The daughter of Sea The Stars was given the perfect front-running ride by Dettori at the Curragh .

Finn points the way as ruthless Cork rout Cavan

Eimear Scally, Saoirse Noonan and Libby Coppinger also starred for the Munster side.

'He reminds me of Giggs': Man United starlet Greenwood earns high praise from Solskjaer

The 17-year-old netted the only goal of the game as the Red Devils edged out Inter Milan on Saturday.

Pinot conquers Tourmalet as Thomas loses time TDF

Pinot conquers Tourmalet as Thomas loses time

It was a hard day at the office for Dan Martin.

As it happened: Cork v Tyrone, Super 8s

Join us for live coverage from Croke Park as the Rebels face the Red hand in round 2.

McGeary comes in for Tyrone in Super 8s clash against Cork

Mickey Harte has named his team ahead of the clash.

Manchester City lose to Wolves on penalties in Premier League Asia Trophy final

Rui Patricio was the hero as Pep Guardiola’s side were beaten in the final of the pre-season tournament.

Big win for impressive Tyrone as Donegal stunned

Maxi Curran’s outfit will now need to defeat Mayo next week to keep their interest in the Brendan Martin Cup alive.

Lomachenko v Luke Campbell confirmed for London next month

The pound-for-pound kingpin will fight in the English capital for the first time as a pro.

G-Mac happy with early efforts as conditions set to offer low-scoring opportunities at Portrush

Co-leader Shane Lowry is set to tee off in the next hour.

17-year-old Mason Greenwood scores winner to help Man United overcome Inter in Singapore

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side ran out 1-0 winners against the Italians at Singapore’s National Stadium.

Morgan: 'Crazy' World Cup triumph doesn’t feel like a fair result

The England captain is slightly uncomfortable with the nature of his side’s victory.

No Connolly but Brogan makes bench as Gavin names Dublin team for Roscommon clash

Jim Gavin’s men are aiming to build on last weekend’s 13-point victory against Cork.

Cheika prepared to leap before he’s pushed after World Cup

Australia endured a miserable 2018 and there is no room for error in a World Cup year. But can their mixed bag of a squad succeed?

New boss Bruce watches from the stands as Newcastle beat West Ham

Steve Bruce was unable to be pitch-side because of Chinese visa restrictions.

Tomic fails with Wimbledon prize money appeal and receives ticking off

Grand slam board director Bill Babcock said there could be little justification for Bernard Tomic to be reimbursed.

Zidane: Bale staying 'not a problem' for Real Madrid

Gareth Bale’s future remains uncertain, but Zinedine Zidane said he will respect the forward for as long as he remains at Real Madrid.

Free-to-air, subscriptions and the 'digital space' - What future for the Six Nations?

IRFU CEO Philip Browne says the competition has to “embrace the change.”

Hat-trick hero Zlatan dominates LA derby Unstoppable This post contains videos

Hat-trick hero Zlatan dominates LA derby

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored the perfect hat-trick as LA Galaxy closed the gap on LAFC to nine points at the top of MLS.

Dortmund sink youthful Liverpool in US tour opener

Borussia Dortmund made it two wins from two in the United States after a 3-2 win over Liverpool at Notre Dame Stadium.

'The right decision' - Reece goes from cancelled Connacht deal to the All Blacks

IRFU CEO Philip Browne believes the union and Connacht made the right call.

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