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Today’s News

All change for Wexford as Davy Fitz names team to play Carlow

The Wexford boss is using the game to hand opportunities to a number of players.

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Juventus-Inter among five Serie A games postponed amid coronavirus fears

Initially set to be played behind closed doors, Juventus versus Inter is among five Serie A fixtures to have been postponed.

Motion to introduce black card in hurling heavily defeated at Congress

And Dublin will play two games outside of Croke Park if they make the Super 8s this summer.

The minister, coronavirus and the IRFU: It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it

The IRFU found themselves at the end of communication breakdown from government this week.

'The war has just begun' - Wilder vows he will 'rise again' after Fury defeat

Breaking his social media silence, Wilder looks to be eager for a trilogy fight against WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.

Mayo v Kerry clash postponed until tomorrow lunchtime

Adverse weather confitions mean the game won’t go ahead this evening as planned.

Babs Keating points finger at Jim Gavin for rising cost of funding inter-county teams

The former Tipperary manager also reflects on a lesson Christy Ring taught him on perfection.

'I got very, very angry last year' - Niall Quinn on his new FAI role and helping to make changes for Irish football

The former Ireland target man appeared on the Late Late Show last night.

Matt Doherty loving life at Wolves

Wanderers, and the Dubliner, have excelled under Nuno Espirito Santo.

More controversy awaits as running steels itself for Nike's latest shoe revolution

The Alphaflys will make their debut at the US Olympic trials this weekend, exposing the weak leadership of World Athletics.

'Here's three girls that buried their father and they arrive to training that evening' - the rise of Slaughtneil

The Derry club’s camogie side are eyeing their fourth All-Ireland title in-a-row tomorrow.

'You have to treat it like a business. You're a commodity. There's no favours out there'

Former Ireland and Ulster lock Dan Tuohy has been forced to retire from rugby.

Battles with Dean Saunders and making Alan Kelly 'The Godfather' - Steve Bruce's first job in management

Newcastle are without a win in the Premier League this month and as their boss comes under increasing pressure one of his former players explains why he we will never panic.

'It opened up my eyes and made me think that I deserve to be here... it's a dream since I was a kid'

Irish middle distance star Nadia Power has enjoyed a meteoric rise, and feels the only way is up from here.

A little help from an Irish ex-footballer has a big impact on bullied youngster

Gary Dempsey flew to Scotland this week to lend his support to eight-year-old Ollie Young.

Farrell plans to use weekend off to cram for French exam

Ireland coach also revisited last weekend’s disaster in Twickenham and said players ‘did not look after one another well enough’.

'When you're leading an orchestra, you've got to turn your back on the audience'

The pressure is building on Johnny Sexton but he insists he can block out the background noise.

Baird 'starting to get comfortable' at pro level after impressive hat-trick

The 20-year-old looked a dominant figure as Leinster dismantled their title rivals.

Yesterday’s News

Byrne screamer seals huge Rovers win over Dundalk in Tallaght thriller Byrne Supremacy This post contains videos

Byrne screamer seals huge Rovers win over Dundalk in Tallaght thriller

An extraordinary Jordan Flores goal went unrewarded as Stephen Bradley’s side went three points clear at the top.

Longford and Cabinteely win on the road in First Division

There was also a big home win for a new-look UCD team.


Lewis clinches rare Canaries win as Leicester's poor run of form continues

Norwich City survived a tricky first hour to upset high-flying Leicester City thanks to a fine Jamal Lewis goal at Carrow Road.

Canning back for Galway and Cork ring the changes for hurling showdown out west

David Burke also returns to the Tribe panel for Sunday’s clash at Pearse Stadium.

Cork pick up first points of season as Byrne goal proves decisive against Finn Harps

City are off the mark after a dramatic night at Turner’s Cross.

Derry record comfortable win over wasteful Bohemians

The Candystripes showed three changes from last week’s draw with Finn Harps.

Kabia goal hands Shelbourne derby win over 10-man St Pat's

Rory Feely was sent-off after picking up two yellow cards.

New York's Larry McCarthy elected new GAA President

The Cork native was voted in at Congress tonight.

Lowry recovers from poor start to stay in the mix at Honda Classic

The Open champion shot a bogey on each of his opening three holes.

20-year-old powerhouse Baird stars as 9-try Leinster wallop Warriors

Dave Kearney also completed a hat-trick late on as Leinster laid down a statement against their title rivals.

Philly McMahon and James McCarthy set to start as Dublin name team for trip to Tyrone

Throw-in at Healy Park tomorrow night is 7.15pm.

Mayo star Rowe on the double as Irish face off in Aussie Rules double-header for bushfire relief

Dublin duo Sinéad Goldrick and Niamh McEvoy were on the winning side as Melbourne beat Rowe and Aishling Sheridan’s Collingwood.

Leeds goalkeeper Casilla gets eight-match ban and £60,000 fine for racial abuse

The former Real Madrid shot-stopper will miss all but three games of the remaining Championship season.

Watch: Dundalk's Jordan Flores scores stunning volley in front of record Tallaght Stadium crowd

Dylan Watts had opened the scoring for Shamrock Rovers just two minutes previously.

Three changes for Kerry with decision on Mayo clash to be made 'early tomorrow morning'

The Kingdom have shown their hand for the Castlebar showdown.

Confirmation of Braekhus and McCaskill fight could have knock-on effect for Taylor

The fight will be on the undercard of the Regis Prograis and Maurice Hooker main event.

Limerick derby kicks-off another busy weekend of AIL action on Friday night

Meanwhile, table-toppers Cork Con visit struggling Dublin University.

Sligo Rovers-Waterford game postponed as Storm Jorge closes in

Tomorrow’s SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixture will not go ahead due to ‘extreme weather conditions’.

Botched weight cut costs Figueiredo his shot at UFC title

Deiveson Figueiredo weighed in above the 125-pound limit ahead of his clash with Joseph Benavidez.

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