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Today’s News

Leaked report on Saracens breach details £1.3 million paid in joint ventures

There is no suggestion that players were complicit in the club’s actions and the report advised against relegating the European champions.

Amber Barrett on a German mission and won't let language barrier block road to glory

‘I’m a realist and I know that it will take time to adjust but I’ve no doubt that I’m good enough.’

'They don't really care. I've lost faith in the GAA to maintain the Sigerson Cup'

Paul Geaney won the third-level competition in 2014 with UCC.

Dublin's underperformance 'took a little bit away' from three-in-a-row achievement

Martha Byrne and her team-mates defeated Galway by 2-3 to 0-4.

Winning, fresh faces, and his 'ideas man' - Farrell launches the new Ireland era

‘I’ll always be myself otherwise I wouldn’t be true to what I believe in.’

Poll: Who do you think will win this year’s Division 1 football league title? Crystal Ball Gazing This post contains a poll

Three home wins the target for Ireland Women in important 2020 Six Nations

After a very poor championship in 2019, Ireland have hopes of a big improvement.

'I kind of put that to bed' - Walsh admits 'shock' at Kerry return

Tommy Walsh discusses Peter Keane’s phone call inviting him back into the fold, the overcomplicated advanced mark and Cathal McShane’s AFL move.

'I want to play for as long as I can because I love what I do' - Sexton

34-year-old Johnny Sexton is excited to have taken on the Ireland captaincy for the Six Nations.

Barcelona-linked 16-year-old makes Ajax history

Naci Unuvar marked his first-team bow with a record-breaking goal.

Solskjaer begs for time after Man United hit new low

The beleaguered boss and his under-performing stars were booed off at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

Yesterday’s News

Celtic maintain narrow SPL lead, Defoe fires Rangers winner SPL

Celtic maintain narrow SPL lead, Defoe fires Rangers winner

Celtic beat Kilmarnock 3-1 while Rangers had a 1-0 win against St Mirren.

Two-time Super Bowl champion Eli Manning announces retirement

‘For 16 seasons, Eli Manning defined what it is to be a New York Giant.’

Horan hands out four debuts as Mayo open league defence

All-Star defender Paddy Durcan captains Mayo against Donegal.

Ronaldo scores 12th goal in 8 games to fire Juventus into Italian Cup semi-finals

The Portuguese star helped his side overcome Roma this evening.

Vardy injury scare as striker limps off in Leicester's win over West Ham

Ayoze Perez scored twice as Leicester picked up the points.

Rodriguez's rocket hands Man United fifth defeat in a month

Burnley secured their first league win at Old Trafford since 1962.

Spurs score first league goals of 2020 to end winless streak against Norwich

Jose Mourinho’s side picked up a much-needed Premier League victory against Norwich.

Dubs star O'Callaghan set to miss 'two or three rounds of the league'

The key forward suffered a shoulder injury earlier this month.

'I was unbelievably naive' - Best opens up on regret for role in Belfast rape trial

‘It was never, ever my intention to cause any more distress on what was a very, very difficult day for that poor girl anyway.’

Griezmann's 94th-minute winner saves Barcelona from Ibiza embarrassment

Javi Perez gave the hosts an early lead against the La Liga giants.

Late drama as IT Carlow snatch place in first-ever Sigerson Cup final Sigerson Cup This post contains videos

Late drama as IT Carlow snatch place in first-ever Sigerson Cup final

Carlow struck a goal deep into additional time to deny Michael Murphy’s Letterkenny IT.

Tottenham target pulls out of Real Sociedad squad

Spurs are reportedly close to signing 28-year-old striker Willian Jose.

DCU cruise into Sigerson Cup final with 15-point win over UCD

Paddy Christie’s side will take on IT Carlow in the decider next Wednesday.

Joyce makes five changes to Galway team for league opener with Monaghan

Throw-in at Pearse Stadium is at 2:30pm.

As it happened: Man United v Burnley, Premier League

Man United faced Burnley, as they aimed to recover from a disappointing defeat to Liverpool.

James Ryan plus one - Toner returns to compete in Ireland's lock stocks

Iain Henderson and Ultan Dillane are the other two second rows in Andy Farrell’s Ireland squad.

Dortmund boss talks up 17-year-old son of ex-Man City midfielder after impressive debut

American attacking midfielder Gio Reyna was handed his first Bundesliga appearance in the 5-3 win over Augsburg.

WATCH LIVE: DCU v UCD, Sigerson Cup semi-final Sigerson Cup This post contains videos

WATCH LIVE: DCU v UCD, Sigerson Cup semi-final

We’re down to the last four of the competition.

Ireland underage international Johansson leaves Bayern Munich to join Sevilla

The 18-year-old midfielder has signed a six-year deal with the Spanish club.

Saracens 'keen' to see disciplinary report on their cap breach published

However, they have opted to ‘draw a line’ under the issue by declining a full investigative audit.

'I speak to Troy all the time. He’s happy at Spurs. He loves it there’

Jack Byrne opens up on his friend’s future, what’s next for him with Shamrock Rovers and Ireland’s Euro 2020 hopes.

'A lot of people have been asking questions about John Cooney today'

Andy Farrell continues to underline the importance of competition, but is tight-lipped over selection for next week’s Six Nations opener.

Klopp rules out selling players in January despite Roma and Sevilla interest in Shaqiri

The Liverpool boss intends to keep his full squad intact as they chase Premier League and Champions League glory.

'For it to go again, it was devastating. I've been through every emotion possible'

It’s been a whirlwind period of highs and lows for Galway star Nicola Ward, whose twin sister Louise will captain the Tribe in 2020.

Ex-League of Ireland duo in line for Scottish Premiership debuts tonight at Ibrox

Conor McCarthy and Jamie McGrath will hope to be involved for St Mirren in their game against Rangers.

Clippers edge Mavs after Leonard and Doncic shoot 36 apiece Match-up This post contains videos

Clippers edge Mavs after Leonard and Doncic shoot 36 apiece

Leonard got the better of Doncic on a brilliant first-half dunk and the final scoreboard.

'There's probably an added significance' - why Cork must hit the ground running in 2020

The Rebels and Mark Collins recognise the importance of the upcoming league campaign.

Sexton expects to face Scotland as Ireland pass hooker Kelleher fit too

Jordan Larmour is, however, a doubt for the Six Nations opener.

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