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Today’s News

Irish striker relishes 'surreal' experience playing against Ronaldo and Buffon in front of 50,000

Dubliner Troy Parrott started Tottenham’s pre-season friendly against Juventus in Singapore on Sunday.

Super 8s permutations: all you need to know as we head for the final phase

All-Ireland semi-final spots are still up for grabs with one round of games remaining.

Cipriani dropped from England training squad as uncapped Marchant called up

Eddie Jones’ side continue their World Cup preparations with a training camp in Italy.

TV Wrap - Shane Lowry reminds us why we love sport in stunning Open triumph

Elsewhere, a Sky commentator claimed Lowry as British while Rory McIlroy was left on the verge of tears after a cruel return to Royal Portrush.

Cronin taking nothing for granted as he works hard to 'right the wrongs' of Rome

The Leinster hooker admits his 68 caps won’t be enough to get him on the plane to Japan.

‘Mam, Dad, they put a lot of work into me. It’s nice to repay them with moments like last night’

Celtic midfielder Barry Coffey’s goal helped Ireland into the semi-finals of the U19 European Championships.

'I saw the calls and was like, 'Wow, I wonder where I'm going' - Beckham slams Giants for handling of trade

Odell Beckham Jr says he was kept in the dark about his trade from New York to Cleveland.

Pillar Caffrey concerned Dublin aren't yet 'battle-hardened' after one-sided victories

Former Dublin boss Caffrey believes the reigning champions haven’t been properly tested yet.

Chelsea youngster Ampadu off to the Bundesliga with RB Leipzig

The Welsh teenager will spend the season on loan in Germany.

Rassie's Springboks make impressive start to underline Ireland's challenge

Joe Schmidt’s men could meet the Boks at the quarter-final stage of the World Cup.

Shamrock Rovers drawn with Austria Wien if they can progress in Europa League

The Hoops are the only SSE Airtricity League side remaining in the competition, but Dundalk may yet drop in from the Champions League.

Open champion Lowry soars back to career-high world ranking

The Major winner is back inside the world’s top 20 after pocketing €1.7 million in prize money at Royal Portrush.

Change in format as Irish province's fixtures for Celtic Cup announced

The joint IRFU/WRU development competition kicks off at the end of next month.

'The neutral games in Croke Park aren't working' -  Room for improvement in football Super 8s Tweaking Things This post contains videos

'The neutral games in Croke Park aren't working' - Room for improvement in football Super 8s

Former Dublin footballer Ciarán Whelan believes the fixtures should be moved to provincial grounds.

Mane will miss Liverpool's season opener against Man City

The Senegalese forward won’t return to training until days before the beginning of the Premier League campaign, Jurgen Klopp revealed.

Celebratory Lowry belts out Fields of Athenry in Dublin bar, Claret Jug in hand In His Element This post contains videos

Celebratory Lowry belts out Fields of Athenry in Dublin bar, Claret Jug in hand

The Clara man was in fine form hours after his Open Championship success.

O'Shea returns to Reading to take up first coaching role after retirement

The former Ireland defender will be part of the Championship club’s backroom team next season.

Dundalk and Celtic learn Champions League qualifying paths

The third round draw was made in Nyon this morning.

Do you agree with the man-of-the-match winners from this weekend's GAA action? MVP

Do you agree with the man-of-the-match winners from this weekend's GAA action?

Stars from Donegal, Mayo, Dublin and Tyrone were honoured.

10 years since amateur triumph, Lowry's career comes full circle on Irish soil

‘I don’t think I’m a much different golfer, but I feel like I’m a different person now.’

'I cried in the Carnoustie car park': Lowry's remarkable turnaround

Lowry has enjoyed a superb year, with his Open triumph following success in Abu Dhabi back in January.

Liverpool-Sevilla friendly marred by horrible challenge as Reds lose RED

Liverpool-Sevilla friendly marred by horrible challenge as Reds lose

Jurgen Klopp’s side suffered a late loss to Sevilla, but the result was overshadowed by Joris Gnagnon’s horrendous tackle on Yasser Larouci.

Donegal boss optimistic about growing injury list as he targets returns for Mayo clash Dgl

Donegal boss optimistic about growing injury list as he targets returns for Mayo clash

There are concerns for several key defenders in Declan Bonner’s camp.

'It is a ridiculous rule that needs to change - we should go with squad numbers'

There have been issues with naming teams in the run up to All-Ireland SFC clashes this summer.

Yesterday’s News

'Plenty of boxing left in him,' but Pacquiao mulls future after title stunner

The 40-year-old rolled back the years with a huge win at the MGM last night.

FAI 'a couple of weeks away' from securing funding package from Uefa EGM

FAI 'a couple of weeks away' from securing funding package from Uefa

Donal Conway spoke to media before Saturday’s FAI EGM in Meath.

Relief and disappointment for Kerry and Donegal after 'epic battle' which leaves final day showdown

Declan Bonner and Peter Keane’s sides played out a thrilling Super 8s draw in Croke Park today.

Fleetwood rues missed chances after another second-place Major finish

The Englishman was unable to overhaul Shane Lowry but remains confident his time will come.

Reigning champions Cork see off gutsy Déise as business end line-up confirmed

The Rebels are joined in the last four by Kilkenny, while Waterford and Galway, and Tipperary and Limerick face off in the quarter-finals.

Dual star Noonan on the double as Cork City put Kilkenny to the sword

The hosts were emphatic winners in today’s Women’s National League game at Bishopstown.

'Money played no role at all': De Ligt defends decision to join Juventus

The Dutch teenager turned down interest from several clubs to join the Italian champions.

Coffey's late goal helps Ireland U19s through to Euro semi-final The Last Four This post contains videos

Coffey's late goal helps Ireland U19s through to Euro semi-final

Sunday’s 2-1 win over Czech Republic sets up a last-four tie against Portugal for Tom Mohan’s side.

President Higgins leads the tributes to 'role model' Lowry

In addition to lifting the Claret Jug, Lowry pockets €1,718,320 in prize money.

McElhinney and Healy medal for Ireland at European U20 Championships

It was a good day on the track in Sweden.

Another sprint star for Lynam as Soffia storms to victory at the Curragh

Declan McDonagh guided the filly to victory on Sunday afternoon.

'My Mum and Dad sacrificed so much and I'm so happy I can give them this trophy'

Shane Lowry was crowned Open champion amid emotional scenes at Royal Portrush.

Shane Lowry weathers the storm to win The Open at Royal Portrush

The 32-year-old held his nerve brilliantly to claim a maiden Major title in style on the County Antrim links.

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