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Dublin: 12 °C Tuesday 7 July, 2020

Today’s News

The Sean Cox story to be told by wife Martina in new book 'With Hope in Your Heart'

Jurgen Klopp has written the foreword for the memoir.

Leinster confirm Barry Daly's retirement from pro rugby at the age of 27

The prolific UCD wing will move to the US to continue his education.

Stade Francais sign former Munster lock Grobler and Tongan fullback Veainu

The pair both arrive in the Top 14 from English clubs.

'A decision will have to be made at some point' - Choosing between AFLW and representing Mayo

Mayo manager Peter Leahy previously said his players will have to choose between the two sports.

Sevilla star scores winning goal before replacing goalkeeper and making vital injury-time save Bonkers This post contains videos

Sevilla star scores winning goal before replacing goalkeeper and making vital injury-time save

Argentine winger Lucas Ocampos grabbed the headlines in a 1-0 victory over Eibar.

Arsenal keen to extend on-loan Real Madrid midfielder's stay

Gunners boss Mikel Arteta says Dani Ceballos has become a ‘really important player’ this season.

'Nice boys only win the Fair Play Cup' - Mourinho on Lloris and Son half-time row

The pair were involved in a heated exchange but soon made up.

Everton assisting police with inquiries after lit flare left at statue of club hero

Footage of the incident was widely shared on social media.

'9 years at the top could make your head swell, but come the first session of the year, they’re nobodies'

Read an extract from Relentless: The Inside Story of the Cork Ladies Footballers by Mary White.

Yesterday’s News

Relieved Bremen stay in Bundesliga on away goals after play-off drama

Werder Bremen preserved their record of the most seasons spent in the Bundesliga by any club.

Fred Onyedinma’s double helps Wycombe into play-off final

The Chairboys claimed a 6-3 aggregate victory.

Son and Lloris bury hatchet after half-time row as Spurs beat Everton

As Son Heung-min walked towards the players’ tunnel Hugo Lloris confronted the South Korea star.

Super Bowl MVP Mahomes agrees 10-year extension 'worth over $400m' with Chiefs NFL

Super Bowl MVP Mahomes agrees 10-year extension 'worth over $400m' with Chiefs

Mahomes had two seasons remaining on his current deal.

Irish-eligible Harness scores but Portsmouth miss out on play-off final spot after penalties

Oxford United will progress to the final in Wembley later this month.

Irish international Hayes praised after deferring full salary for a year

The 32-year-old winger made the offer which allowed Aberdeen to sign him following his Celtic exit.

Trump calls on Nascar driver Wallace to apologise for noose protests

Fellow drivers staged a demonstration against bigotry after the incident but the FBI did not find evidence of a hate crime.

PGA calls off plan for fans at Memorial as virus cases spike in Ohio

The state’s Covid-19 death toll reached 2,911 with 19 people passing away on Sunday.

Ireland Cricket confirm one-day series with England

The series will be held in Southampton.

Welsh rugby player banned for four years after failed drugs test

Ystalyfera RFC’s Jesse Patton tested positive for metendienone.

17-year-old sensation Harvey Elliott signs first professional deal with Liverpool

The England underage international made his senior debut for the Reds in September.

RFU announces plans to make 139 staff redundant

The English union has suffered significant financial pain because of the Covid-19 outbreak.

Champions League football the objective for Everton captain Seamus Coleman

‘Carlo Ancelotti has not put pen to paper on a contract at this club to be with a mid table team.’

The rise of Kenny, Pat Lam's philosophy and a Mayo warrior: The42 membership this week

Here’s this week’s substantial sports journalism meal.

Newcastle United reward 19-year-old Irish centre-back with new contract

Promising youngster Oisin McEntee has extended his stay with the Premier League club.

Ex-Scotland captain Laidlaw the latest to sign up for Japanese club rugby

The 34-year-old was a popular figure at last year’s World Cup in Japan.

'I was silenced and told to back down in the past' - Hamilton

The six-time world champion believes taking a knee at yesterday’s Austrian Grand Prix was an important moment.

Irish lock O'Shea signs for French Pro D2 club after leaving Munster

The 27-year-old has agreed to a two-year deal with Vannes.

Man United reward in-form Matic with new three-year deal

The 31-year-old Serbian midfielder has extended his stay at Old Trafford until 2023.

Celtic to kick off 10-in-a-row bid at home to Hamilton

The Scottish Premiership fixtures were released this morning.

Poll shows players' unease with new All Blacks coaching team

Almost half of New Zealand’s top-flight players believe NZR had not made the right choice in appointing Ian Foster.

Jorge Masvidal steps in to take UFC title shot on six days' notice

He’ll aim to dethrone welterweight champion Kamaru Usman in Abu Dhabi on Saturday night.

Quiz: How well do you remember the Premier League 2007-08 season?

Can you vividly recall the year when another great Man United side triumphed?

Sunday 5 July, 2020

Seamus Power finishes T12 as DeChambeau blasts to Rocket Mortgage win

DeChambeau clocks average driving distance of over 350 yards en route to win.

This sensational Griezmann chip was the highlight of Barcelona's win Griez Is The Word This post contains videos

This sensational Griezmann chip was the highlight of Barcelona's win

Barcelona beat Villarreal 4-1 to cut Madrid’s lead at the top.

Che Adams scores 35-yard lob as Southampton shock Man City

City fall to their ninth defeat of the league campaign.

'When I used to play Gaelic football was probably the last time I hit one like that' Blade Of Glory This post contains videos

'When I used to play Gaelic football was probably the last time I hit one like that'

John Egan’s volley earned Sheffield United a valuable point against Burnley.

'I was shocked when I passed the winning line. It was a dream come true'

Galway teenager Rossa Ryan on moving to England for a sporting career, his club Corofin’s football glory and the mental health battles in racing.

Inter title hopes in Serie A all but over after Bologna defeat

A 2-1 loss for Antonio Conte’s side today against Bologna.

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