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Yesterday’s News

Jimenez strike gives Wolves win over Leeds

The striker’s deflected effort was the only goal of the night in the Premier League.

Green light for senior GAA Championships as elite sport exempt from Level 5 restrictions

The exemption will leave international rugby and European football available for viewing from home.

Bowe hits 0-7 as Tipperary's second-half show key in Munster hurling win over Clare

Tiperary will now take on Waterford in next Monday’s semi-final.

Maguire out of Man United's Paris trip, Verratti and Paredes injured for PSG

Bruno Fernandes will skipper United on their return to the Champions League.

Roche and Hayes goals help Cork defeat Kerry in Tralee to reach Munster semi-final

Cork will now play Limerick in next Monday’s semi-final.

Leavy continues ‘bumpy journey’ to full fitness as he takes full part in Leinster training

The flanker has been close to making a return in recent weeks, but the path has not been a straightforward one.

Murray and Flores on target as much-changed Dundalk see off Derry

The Lilywhites will carry winning form into Thursday’s Europa League clash with Molde.

Baggies and Burnley both stay winless after stalemate

It’s the first goalless draw of the Premier League season.

Where did it go wrong for Galway and can O'Shea be Mayo's version of Fennelly?

It was a contrasting day for the Connacht rivals.

Ireland's newest senior international has enjoyed 'a crazy 18 months'

Nineteen-year-old Jason Knight won his first cap in last Wednesday’s defeat to Finland.

Bristol on standby for Saturday's Premiership final as Wasps report four more Covid-19 cases

There have now been 11 cases in five days at the club.

Louth captain criticises testing procedures and slams former players for 'driving' GAA to play games

Bevan Duffy says it’s unfair to put amateur athletes under pressure to play matches.

Jordan Pickford to face no further action after Virgil van Dijk challenge

The England international will escape retrospective punishment for the incident that left Van Dijk requiring surgery.

Analysing McKenna's debut, AFL influence on his game and why Tyrone fans should be excited

Conor McKenna scored 1-2 and set-up 1-1 on his first senior appearance for his county.

Ireland 'gutted' for Larmour but newcomers Keenan and Daly settling into camp well

Garry Ringrose has also welcomed the addition of James Lowe to the set-up.

QPR boss provides clarity on sale of 'talented boy' Ryan Manning

The Galway native made a deadline-day move to Championship rivals Swansea City.

'It’s quite nice playing football with a smile on my face' - Kiernan set for 'cup final' with Ireland

The 21-year-old West Ham star is gearing up for one of the biggest games of her young career.

Clean bill of health for Ireland in lead-up to Italy clash as Lowe remains with Farrell's squad

Peter O’Mahony and Chris Farrell have joined the squad following periods of self-isolation while five training invitees have returned to their provinces.

Frawley and Kearney in line for Leinster returns against Zebre

Academy graduate Dan Sheehan is also back in full training following a fractured cheekbone.

Canterbury and IRFU launch new Ireland women's home jersey ahead of Six Nations conclusion

It’s the first time that supporters can buy a replica version of the women’s jersey in a non-World Cup year.

'Take your time, reflect and get it right' - League Sunday pundits back Leitrim's call to hand walkover

Terry Hyland’s side withdrew from their Division 3 clash with Down over the weekend.

Breaking down what's at stake for each county in the last round of the GAA football league

The last round of games are scheduled to take place next weekend.

Fans raise money for charity rather than watch Premier League on pay-per-view

Newcastle supporters raised more than £16,000 rather than shell out £15 for their team’s game with Manchester United.

Brady outshines Rodgers in Tampa Bay rout of Packers

Elsewhere, Derrick Henry’s 5-yard overtime touchdown run kept the Tennessee Titans unbeaten.

Irish international striker Andy Keogh returns for a third spell in the A-League

Following stints in Saudi Arabia and India, the 34-year-old Dubliner is back at Perth Glory.

Mixed-gender football and another nation on the cusp: Pragmatic Pauw determined to lead Ireland to new heights

The Girls in Green are on the hunt for history as they bid to reach a first-ever major tournament.

Uefa could return to ‘final eight’ format for Champions League from 2024

The coronavirus pandemic necessitated a change of format to finish off the 2019-20 competitions.

Resuming Six Nations the beginning of a crucial window for Ireland Women

Captain Ciara Griffin insists the efforts made to curb the spread of Covid-19 have been no sacrifice for the squad.

Doris relishing restart with an Ireland team playing 'heads-up rugby'

The Leinster number 8 will be eager to bank 80 Test minutes after injury limited his time in the first three rounds.

Real Sociedad go top to extend surprise start in La Liga

Meanwhile, Lille grabbed top spot in Ligue 1 by thrashing newly-promoted Lens.

Sunday 18 October, 2020

Top-10 finish for Caldwell as Otaegui wins Scottish Championship, Lowry finishes strong in Vegas

Rory McIlroy is still in action at the CJ Cup, while Padraig Harrington finished tied for 14th in Scotland.

No Ally Pally return for history-maker Fallon Sherrock after she fails to qualify

The 26-year-old hit the headlines at last year’s PDC World Championship.

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Five-star Titans win in OT and Steelers also stay unbeaten

Derrick Henry carried the Titans to another comeback win.

'There's two tiers in the GAA - one for the big counties and one for the wee counties'

Fermanagh football boss Ryan McMenamin was critical of the GAA as his Covid-hit side were relegated.


Tributes pour in after former Tyrone goalkeeper dies aged 33

Jonathan Curran won an All-Ireland under Mickey Harte in 2008.

More late drama as Barkley's injury-time winner lifts Villa into second and downs Leicester

Dean Smith’s side continued their perfect start to the season as they took all three points at the King Power Stadium.

Spurs boss Mourinho refuses to blame Bale introduction for late collapse

There was drama at the death as West Ham scored three goals in the final eight minutes to snatch a 3-3 draw.

Tipperary progress, Antrim hurlers back in Division 1 and Clare name team for Munster opener

Here’s some of the day’s main hurling talking points.

West Ham produce stunning late comeback to deny Spurs on Gareth Bale’s return

Spurs were 3-0 ahead with eight minutes remaining.

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