28th November 2023
Newcastle denied huge Champions League win by controversial 98th-minute Mbappe penalty
Borussia Dortmund qualify as Group F winners with 3-1 win at AC Milan, but Newcastle’s hopes of qualification for the last 16 are dented in Paris.
City come from behind to beat Leipzig, Barcelona and Atletico progress to last-16
Borussia Dortmund and Lazio also secured safe passage to the knockout rounds with a game to spare.
Former Ireland internationals Duffy and Miller join Connacht coaching team for Women's Interpros
Connacht head coach Emer O’Dowd has confirmed her management ticket for the 2024 season.
Red cards part of the process as AIL gets to grips with new tackle height
The sternum line is now the legal tackle height for all amateur rugby in Ireland.
Immobile's late double eliminates Celtic from Champions League
Lazio were 2-0 winners in Rome.
Spurs injury woes deepen with Bentancur out until February
The Uruguay midfielder had only just returned from an ACL injury.
'He has got unfinished business with us': Snyman expected back in March for Munster
Snyman, who will leave at the end of the season, has only played in 10 games for Munster since he arrived in the summer of 2020.
'He’s sometimes a bit crazy in a positive way' - Jon Dahl Tomasson hails Irish forward
Sam Szmodics has signed a new contract with Blackburn Rovers.
Woods sheds light on PGA-PIF merger and playing future, while McDowell receives LIV lifeline
As Tiger Woods prepares for his first competitive action in six months, Graeme McDowell has signed with Brooks Koepka’s team for 2024.
'There was no pointing fingers' - Dicksboro's path to first-ever All-Ireland semi-final
Kilkenny All-Ireland winner Ciara Phelan is hoping to make more history with Dicksboro this year.
Top-end prospects mean Irish back row depth is in good order
Andy Farrell has experienced options in his senior squad and there’s potential in the provinces.
Crop of exciting young Irish locks can add to Farrell's frontline trio
Furlong's reign continues but Ireland on lookout for next top tighthead
Women's Super League to break away from English Football Association
The Women’s Championship is also set to be governed by a new, independent body from next season.
Ironman calls off Cork race in 2024 after two deaths this year
Cork County Council has agreed to host the event in 2025, 2026 and 2027.
Lawmakers keen to introduce sin bins for professional football after grassroots trial
Ifab board members also supported a proposed trial whereby only the team captain may approach the referee in certain major game situations.
Connacht set to welcome back Hansen for Leinster clash
Bundee Aki will not be available for Saturday’s game at The Sportsground.
Shoulder injury not expected to keep Peter O'Mahony out long-term
Newly signed Oli Jager has joined his Munster teammates ahead of Glasgow clash on Friday.
Aishling Moloney named AFLW Best First Year Player after big breakout
Geelong star’s stellar debut campaign recognised, with three Irish players in top five.
Shelbourne appoint Eoin Wearen as King's successor
The U17 Women’s double-winning manager has had an interesting journey to date.
‘What is the point of VAR?’ asks angry Gary O’Neil after Wolves' defeat at Fulham
Willian claimed all three points with a controversial late penalty.
Brazil's Santos kicks four field goals as Bears upset Vikings
Santos’ last was a game-winner from 30 yards with 10 seconds remaining.
LeBron suffers heaviest defeat of NBA career as Embiid triple double helps down Lakers
Joel Embiid delivered his sixth NBA career triple double to lead Philadelphia to a 138-94 rout of the Los Angeles Lakers.
'How long have I been trying to get into Munster? I can go to New York any weekend'
Paul Geaney on Dingle’s club journey as a Munster final beckons.
Darren Hughes seeking to join pantheon of Scotstown greats
Champions eight times out of the last eleven Monaghan championships, Hughes now faces former county manager Malachy O’Rourke in final.
27th November 2023
'We believe we can do it' - Scales backs Celtic to cause an upset at Lazio
Celtic head to Rome for a crucial Champions League clash on Tuesday.
Late Willian penalty earns Fulham victory in 5-goal thriller against Wolves
The experienced 35-year-old scored two penalties.
Crop of exciting young Irish locks can add to Farrell's frontline trio
James Ryan, Tadhg Beirne, and Iain Henderson are the three key figures in the Irish second row.
Ed Sheeran's Irish boxing heritage, the blur from ringside, and Katie Taylor's sweet vindication
For years, Taylor has fielded questions about retirement. Saturday night at the 3Arena showed us why she finds those questions so annoying.
What do Man United and other British clubs need to progress in Europe?
A look at how things stand for all the Premier League and Scottish teams currently competing.
Nienaber 'hits the ground running' on first day at Leinster
The World Cup winning coach started his new role with the province today.
New faces in Leinster, a novel Cork-Kerry final, football bravery in Ulster
Provincial final pairings were confirmed over the weekend.
Dublin Marathon start and end points will 'preferably' include the city centre
Discussions on next year’s route have begun and it’s hoped a ‘positive solution’ will be announced in early 2024.
Five GAA senior club provincial finals will get TV coverage this weekend
Trophies will be handed out around the country on the first weekend of December.
Waterford striker Coughlan makes history with Player of the Month award
He becomes the only First Division player in the 52-year history of the award to win it twice in one season.
RG Snyman to leave Munster but Jean Kleyn signs new deal
John Hodnett and Liam Coombes have also signed contract extension.
Blow to Fermanagh as key players opt out for 2024
Seán Quigley and Ryan and Conall Jones have departed the set-up.
'Keep being dominant': The message Ireland and Celtic's Caitlin Hayes lives by
New recruit reflects on 2023 and assures there will be no complacency as she gears up for possible booing in Belfast.
IRFU open to B&I League chat as end of Nucifora era looms
David Humphreys will take over as the union’s performance director next year.
Ross Byrne ruled out of Leinster's trip to Connacht with arm injury
Full extent of out-half’s arm injury will not be known until he has had further medical assessment.
Leinster's season just got a hell of a lot more interesting
Jacques Nienaber has arrived and should have a huge influence on the province.
'Crowley was excellent and for me, he's the man to replace Johnny'
Bernard Jackman was impressed with Ciarán Frawley but feels Jack Crowley is Ireland’s next out-half.