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Today’s News

Fenn returns to Cork City to take over as head coach on 'multi-year agreement'

The former City striker left Longford Town last week.

Mayo boss Leahy fumes over 'trial by television' as LGFA defend late free-kick decision

Galway were one-point winners in their All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park yesterday.

Pochettino: I don't know if Eriksen has played last game for Tottenham

The Dane was on the bench as Spurs lost to Newcastle on Sunday.

Leinster Senior League outfit Crumlin draw Bohs in FAI Cup quarter-finals

The draw for the last eight was made this morning.

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Schmidt needs to find answers after record hammering by England

The Ireland head coach insists his team are working towards peaking at the World Cup.

Galway ending All-Ireland final drought 'a combination of three years’ work'

Tim Rabbitt steered the Tribe to their first decider since 2005 in his first year at the helm – but credited those who went before him.

High-flying McIlroy delighted to join Tiger Woods on two FedEx Cup titles

‘Any time you can do something that only Tiger has done, you’re doing something right,’ the Holywood man said.

Ireland have to stay 'open-minded' on selection after poor performances

The likes of Jack Conan and Andrew Conway will be desperate for further chances.

Tipperary celebrate but how will counties review their 2019 hurling season?

Tipperary completed an All-Ireland hurling double but there was disappointment in 2019 for others.

Yesterday’s News

Steely McIlroy sees off Koepka challenge to win FedEx Cup and $15 million prize

The Northern Ireland golfer battled to a four-under 66 in Atlanta.

Griezmann dazzles as five-star Barcelona rout Betis

The French striker scored twice in the absence of Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi.

Mbappe suffers injury in PSG's emphatic win over Toulouse

The French forward appeared to hurt his thigh, capping off a day where PSG saw three players go off injured.

Teenager with $150 in career earnings draws Andy Murray in Mallorca tournament

Imran Sibille’s $150 comes from playing and losing two doubles matches on the third-level ITF Tour this year.

Departing Cork boss: 'I'm certainly not happy with the officiating. The tackle needs to be defined'

Ephie Fitzgerald made his feelings known after the Rebels’ All-Ireland semi-final exit.

No boot deal, no ego, no time off: How Dara O’Shea’s old-school values won over Slaven Bilic

‘Dara has everything. He’s like, mentally, he’s thinking about every minute of the training. Whatever you tell him, he is there.’

Leinster champions Mullinalaghta suffer surprise elimination from Longford championship

The tiny, history-making parish have been beaten in their own county for the first time since 2015.

97th-minute Jimenez penalty earns Wolves a draw with Burnley

The Clarets led for most of the game, but were ultimately denied at the death.

'It just reveals the character in our group. We have people willing to do whatever it takes'

After her early withdrawal today, Dublin star Nicole Owens is a doubt for the All-Ireland final with an ongoing knee injury.

'To say I cannot even do a warm up is mad' - Bruce responds to critics after shock Spurs win

Former Magpies striker Michael Chopra has led the dissent against the new manager in the early weeks of the season.

Newcastle stun blunt Spurs with helping hand from VAR

Tottenham had just two shots on target but were denied a late penalty shout.

O'Gara's La Rochelle reign begins in defeat to Clermont

In a re-run of last season’s European Challenge Cup final, Clermont were again superior to their opponents.

Ireland's Nicolas Roche leads Vuelta after Stage 2

‘Just to be back in the leader’s jersey of a Grand Tour, I’m speechless.’

All-Ireland winning Cork boss Fitzgerald steps down after four years in charge

‘I think it is time for a new voice,’ the Nemo Rangers man said after his side’s semi-final defeat to Dublin.

Bayo scores twice as Celtic keep pace with Rangers at top of Scottish Premiership

Neil Lennon’s side lead their rivals on goal difference ahead of next weekend’s Old Firm derby at Ibrox.

Dublin's All-Ireland three in-a-row dream lives on after seeing off arch-rivals Cork

Mick Bohan’s Sky Blues now face Galway in the All-Ireland final.

Stokes stars as England beat Australia by one wicket to win third Test and keep Ashes alive

England required perfection to keep their series afloat and got just that courtesy of the 28-year-old’s performance.

Crumlin advance to FAI Cup quarter-finals at expense of Lucan

The Dublin 12 club are into the last eight along with three others from the capital.

McIlroy one back as Koepka hits the front in race for FedEx Cup glory

The pair duelled it out at last month’s WGC Bridgestone Invitational in Tennessee, with the American emerging victorious.

Gerrard heaps praise on Barisic as free-kick maintains Rangers' perfect start

The Croatian’s 25-yard free-kick settled a bruising Scottish Premiership clash in the 59th minute.

Aguero reaches 400 career goals as champions go second with victory at Bournemouth

The Argentine scored twice, with Raheem Sterling also again on target, as Manchester City ran out 3-1 winners at the Vitality Stadium.

Late drama at Croke Park as Galway win by one to book first All-Ireland final spot since 2005

Róisín Leonard was the hero as the Tribe edged out Mayo in the battle of the Connacht rivals.

As it happened: Dublin v Cork, Ladies All-Ireland semi-final

Dublin’s bench made the difference as they saw off their old rivals to set up a historic shot at a three-in-a-row.

Mayo captain Kelly lights up All-Ireland semi with stunning solo goal Unstoppable This post contains videos

Mayo captain Kelly lights up All-Ireland semi with stunning solo goal

The Moy Davitts forward drew Mayo level in the second half with an incredible run and finish.

Racist abuse 'only makes me stronger' says Pogba

Both the France international and Marcus Rashford have been targeted by racial slurs on social media in the past week.

As it happened: Galway v Mayo, Ladies All-Ireland semi-final

Join us as we bring you all the minute-by-minute action from Croke Park.

Kovalev survives Yarde scare to defend WBO title Battling Performance This post contains videos

Kovalev survives Yarde scare to defend WBO title

The Briton had Kovalev staggering for a short time in Chelyabinsk but could not topple the WBO champion.

Mullan strikes late to secure Ireland's top-tier status at European Hockey Championships

The 3-2 win also ensures Ireland Women’s place in the 2021 edition of the tournament.

Lucas Moura: Manchester City and Liverpool not invincible

After holding City to a draw, the winger thinks Spurs have it in them to press for silverware.

Ireland's shortcomings limit Byrne's chance to show his qualities

The 24-year-old Leinster man started well but struggled more as Ireland crumbled.

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