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Today’s News

'The biggest heavyweight fight of the last 50 years,' Fury labels rematch with Wilder

This weekend sees the pair face off once again in Las Vegas.

Weather conditions result in Munster U20 football game postponed

Clare and Waterford will meet tomorrow night in a re-scheduled fixture.

Andy Robertson criticises Atletico players for ‘falling over’

The Scottish defender has aimed a dig at the Rojiblancos stars for their antics at the Wanda Metropolitano.

Record-breaking Haaland upstaged the world's two most expensive players last night

The 19-year-old Norwegian has reached 10 Champions League goals quicker than any other player thanks to his brace against PSG.

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2018 winner ruled out of the Cheltenham Gold Cup due to injury

Native River will miss the marquee race next month.

'The club was afraid and in the end it was me who suffered' - Neymar

The Brazilian star has criticised PSG’s handling of his injury.

Canoeist Liam Jegou becomes first Irish athlete formally selected for Tokyo Olympics

The Clare native won a race-off to earn the coveted nomination.

Man United fans condemned for alleged homophobic chants

Chelsea said a number of supporters were prevented from entering the ground.

Wenger proposes new offside rule for Euro 2020 which would benefit attackers

Football’s offside rule is expected to be discussed by its lawmaking body in Belfast on 29 February.

De Bromhead in no rush to commit to Honeysuckle target

Champion Hurdle or Mares’ Hurdle await for the unbeaten six-year-old.

Klopp confident of Anfield boost in return leg as Atletico Madrid edge Liverpool

The Liverpool manager is hopeful that the “power” of the home stadium will get them over the line in the second leg of the Champions League tie.

'We always back ourselves - against any team'

England’s Lewis Ludlam believes Eddie Jones’ side can finish the championship with wins over Ireland, Wales and Italy.

'Show me any good that comes out of them' - Donaghy calls for GAA to 'shut down' fan forums

Kieran Donaghy is ‘fearful’ for the current generation due to the rise of online trolls.

Bad news for Ireland - Tuilagi winning battle to be fit for Sunday

The giant centre picked up a groin injury against France earlier this month but was put through an intense training session yesterday.

What's new with Eddie Jones' England as Ireland prep for Twickenham tussle?

The English have a new forwards coach, attack coach, number eight, and fullback.

Madden dismisses 'ridiculous' doubts over Ireland prospects of 'top-notch' Whelan

Glenn Whelan’s team-mate at Fleetwood Town says the veteran midfielder will be up to the task in Bratislava.

'We do miss everyone here, we miss Belfast' - Pienaar speaks out ahead of return with Cheetahs

The scrum-half speaks to The42 ahead of the Pro14 clash between sides old and new.

'I'm thankful. People have gotten badly hurt and ended up with lifelong repercussions of concussion' HIA

'I'm thankful. People have gotten badly hurt and ended up with lifelong repercussions of concussion'

Ireland hooker Cliodhna Moloney details her recent HIA return, reflects on the Six Nations so far and looks to England.

'He's the real deal' - Brogan backs clubmate to make his mark with Dublin

Sean Bugler impressed off the bench against Monaghan in the previous round.

Adaptable Ward another welcome tank out of Tullow

The Ireland U20 prop is willing to switch to either side of the scrum.

News on Carbery's fitness expected next week

Carbery has been dogged by injuries across the last 12 months.

Good start is half the work in Test rugby

Comebacks are rare in this game.

Yesterday’s News

Incredible Haaland scores twice as Dortmund beat PSG

Neymar was on target but he couldn’t prevent his side falling to a 2-1 defeat.

Irish-eligible Harness scores as Portsmouth reach cup final after thriller with Exeter

All five goals arrived in the final 10 minutes as Pompey set up another visit to Wembley.

Klopp has smile wiped off his face but Liverpool will believe they'll have the last laugh

It’s advantage Atletico Madrid as they score early and then frustrate the life out of Champions League holders.

Liverpool fall to Champions League first leg defeat against Atletico

Jurgen Klopp’s side didn’t even manage a shot on target in a poor performance in Madrid.

Long opens up on Ireland 'killer blow', Euro 2020 dream and shutting down keyboard warriors

The Southampton striker addressed a number of issues with his club’s website.

Here are the draws for the 2020 Dublin football and hurling championships

Reigning champions Ballyboden and Cuala have discovered their fate.

As it happened: Atletico Madrid vs Liverpool, Champions League last-16

It was an unhappy return to Madrid for Jurgen Klopp’s side.

Dortmund complete permanent signing of ex-Liverpool midfielder

Emre Can has been tied down to a long-term deal, having impressed in the first three weeks of his loan move from Juventus.

Farrell set to stick with settled Ireland team for visit to England

Caelan Doris is fit again but it seems likely that the Ireland boss will be slow to break up a winning team.

'It brings back your identity you maybe lost' - Returning to camogie after having kids and playing with four sisters Wexford People This post contains videos

'It brings back your identity you maybe lost' - Returning to camogie after having kids and playing with four sisters

Former Wexford star Claire O’Connor, her sisters and the Rathnure camogie team take centre stage on TG4′s Ár gClub tonight.

All-Cork clash among the ties as draw for EA Sports Cup is confirmed

Cabinteely will host Crumlin in the first round of the competition.

New Laochra Gael series to feature Dublin, Kerry, Wexford, Galway, Mayo and Monaghan legends

Kieran Donaghy, Diarmuid Lyng, Alan Brogan, Iggy Clarke, David Brady and Brenda McAnespie are all in the spotlight.

Bohemians condemn fans' sectarian chanting during derby against Shamrock Rovers

Rovers say that the majority of both sets of fans know right from wrong and do not condone the actions of ‘mindless idiots.’

Scannell says late Munster CEO Fitzgerald put him on the straight and narrow

Niall Scannell on the influence the late Garrett Fitzgerald had on him.

Brian O’Driscoll accuses England boss Eddie Jones of ‘scaremongering’

Mind games finally kick off this week, with BOD having a pop at Fast Eddie.

Ireland will beat England this Sunday and here are the reasons why

Ireland may have been destroyed on their last visit to Twickenham but momentum is now on their side.

Wales single out Tadhg Furlong as they complain of scrum 'inconsistencies'

The Welsh coaching staff are irked at the refereeing of the set-piece, and have shone a spotlight on the Irish prop.

Faith in Samcro, phonecalls from The Boss, and why 'forgotten horse' Delta Work is made for the Gold Cup

Gordon Elliott was in a combative mood but is heading to Cheltenham with a team he likes a lot, writes Johnny Ward.

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