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Today’s News

Uefa confirm resignation of John Delaney

The former FAI CEO’s role on the governing body’s most powerful board is officially over.

Ulster's McCann named captain as McNamara unveils 37-strong Ireland U20 squad

Leinster prop Tom Clarkson will be vice-captain and one of seven men who helped seal a Grand Slam last year.

Neville calls for Woodward to go as Man United woes deepen

The former player says the club’s owners should examine their executive team as they sit 30 points adrift of arch-rivals Liverpool.

Cole gets the chop as Jones rings the changes

Jack Nowell joins Billy Vunipola on the injury list as Eddie Jones names his squad for the Six Nations.

Ireland fans get increased ticket allocation for Euro 2020 play-off

The FAI has announced that they will receive 2,200 tickets for March’s semi-final in Bratislava.

More problems for England with Steve Borthwick set to join Leicester

It is unclear what impact Borthwick’s arrival will have for Tigers’ head coach Geordan Murphy.

'It's bitter disappointment for Borris-Ileigh, a small club that's had a meteoric rise'

The Tipperary club lost out to Kilkenny’s Ballyhale Shamrocks yesterday.

Irish interest and stunning goals aplenty as title race heats up across the water WSL This post contains videos

Irish interest and stunning goals aplenty as title race heats up across the water

Chelsea were 4-1 winners over Arsenal in yesterday’s top-of-the-table clash in the Women’s Super League.

TV Wrap - UFC and Vegas get rich selling Conor McGregor's redemption, but are you buying it?

The Dubliner took less than a minute to finish off Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone on Saturday night.

Broken arm rules Vunipola out of Six Nations

When Eddie Jones names his England squad later today, Billy Vunipola’s name won’t be on it.

Scullion secures Olympic qualification with 5th-placed finish in Houston

The 31-year-old Belfast man knocked nine seconds off his personal best to seal Tokyo qualification in Texas.

Cavani keen for exit but Atletico bid rejected, confirms PSG chief

Atletico have failed in an initial bid for the Uruguayan, but PSG sporting director Leonardo is anticipating further talks.

Shefflin: 'I think it was a great token by the GAA. That’s what makes it special'

The GAA gave corporate box tickets for the All-Ireland club final to the families of two Ballyhale players who died in the past couple of years.

Ireland 'outclassed' as West Indies cruise to win to level T20 Series

Graham Ford’s side ‘will take positive’ despite being denied a famous series victory.

15-year-old Coco Gauff stuns Venus Williams once again at Australian Open

‘That was really difficult,’ the American teenager said after the first round clash.

'It's difficult for Irish players when they train 2 or 3 times a week... Then they go to England'

National U15s coach Jason Donohue chats about the challenges facing young footballers.

European campaign long gone for Munster and the future starts now

Without a Champions Cup quarter-final ahead, Munster have room to prime their squad to chase the Pro14 title.

Andy Farrell faces into Six Nations camp eager to build some early momentum

A home clash against Scotland provides the new boss with a chance to get off to a good start.

The son of Olympians Rob and Marian Heffernan on choosing soccer over athletics

The young defender was made captain of Ireland U15s at the weekend.

'To do something special that no other club has done, I think it's fantastic'

Manager Kevin O’Brien toasted the Galway club’s latest All-Ireland success.

'I'm in the squad but that doesn't mean I'm an international. I've to prove my worth'

'I'm in the squad but that doesn't mean I'm an international. I've to prove my worth'

Ulster out-half Billy Burns is aiming to make his Test debut during the Six Nations.

Yesterday’s News

Sparkling Mahomes sends Chiefs to a first Super Bowl in 50 years

Kansas City were 35-24 winners over the Tennessee Titans to win the AFC Championship game.

PSG need late Sarabia goal to see off plucky Lorient in French Cup

Elsewhere, Lyon’s 16-year-old prospect Rayan Cherki contributed to all four goals in a win over Nantes.

Messi ensures winning start for new Barcelona boss Setien

The new boss harked back to Guardiola’s days with his selection but like all of his predecessors, ended the night thanking his No.10.

Ronaldo extends Juventus' Serie A lead as Inter falter

AC Milan, meanwhile, were winners over Udinese.

Leinster to face Saracens as Champions Cup quarter-final ties are confirmed

Ulster will play Toulouse away from home.

'You slaughtered Mourinho when he was in the job' - Things get heated between Keane and Carragher This post contains videos

'You slaughtered Mourinho when he was in the job' - Things get heated between Keane and Carragher

The punditry duo fought it out over the merits of United’s many managers since Alex Ferguson retired.

Lewandowski scores yet again as Bayern go second in Bundesliga

RB Leipzig’s lead at the top is down to four points.

Corofin see-off Kilcoo in extra-time to complete historic All-Ireland three-in-a-row

Conor Cunningham grabbed the all-important goal for the Galway side.

United rocked with Rashford set for lengthy injury absence

The talismanic striker has suffered a stress fracture to his back.

Murphy's Letterkenny IT progress to historic Sigerson semi-final while UCD also prevail

The Donegal outfit will face IT Carlow in the last four of the competition.

Late heartbreak for Connacht in thriller with Montpellier

The Westerners recovered from a 21-0 deficit but were ultimately beaten in a dead-rubber in Pool 5.

Van Dijk and Salah send Liverpool 16 points clear at the top

Manchester United were beaten 2-0 at Anfield.

IT Carlow shock UCC to blow Sigerson Cup wide open

The holders are out following a four-point defeat this afternoon.

Kingston hits 0-7 as UCC book Fitzgibbon quarter-final spot with win over CIT

The holders are through to the last eight.

'Freak' training ground knock kept Farrell from lining out for Munster

Meanwhile, Johann van Graan lamented the ‘moments’ that ensured Munster fell just short of the knock-out stages.

7 goals for DCU in 26-point win as they book Sigerson Cup semi-final with UCD

Paddy Christie’s side overcame Queen’s University Belfast.

Ballyhale retain All-Ireland club title for first time with win over battling Borris-Ileigh

A three point success for the Kilkenny champions today.

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