# Unhappy
Ansu Fati's father threatens to move son from Barcelona
The player’s minutes on the pitch have been limited of late.
# Irish Abroad
Ex-Ireland international Felix Jones to leave Springboks and join England
The former Munster man will link up with Steve Borthwick after the World Cup.
# Team news
Dannah O'Brien gets first Six Nations start at out-half for Ireland against France
Head coach Greg McWilliams has made five changes to the team which lost 31-5 to Wales.
# honoured
All Irish WNT players to be given a cap as part of 50-year celebrations
Vera Pauw says it is ‘so important to show appreciation to those who went before us’.
# Analysis
How instinctive, creative Antoine Frisch has become a key man for Munster
The France native has helped to transform the southern province’s attack this season.
# parole hearing
Oscar Pistorius expected to attend parole hearing 10 years after killing girlfriend
The former Olympic runner was convicted of killing Reeva Steenkamp by shooting her multiple times through a toilet door in his home on Valentine’s Day 2013.
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# Worry
'Thanks for the kind messages' - McCabe set for scan as Arsenal reach Champions League semis
McCabe was pictured on crutches and wearing a protective boot after the game.
# forever home
'Till my last days' - Hamilton plans to finish career at Mercedes
There were claims that he was set to seek a move elsewhere.
# Physical presence
Anthony Nash: Smart puckouts alone can't undo Limerick - rivals need big target men too
Brains, pace, accuracy and size are necessary to keep the All-Ireland champions guessing.
# Sidelined
'These are the weeks that you live for in Leinster' - Ryan back in blue
Second row James Ryan is excited to be back in blue this weekend.
29th March 2023
# Wrap
Shelbourne put 4 past Peamount, O'Gorman scores winner for Rovers
There were five games in the SSE Airtricity Women’s Premier Division tonight.
# spoils shared
Late Rynne point sees Clare U20s rescue draw against Limerick
A gutsy Clare side hit a flurry of late points at the TUS Gaelic Grounds.
# Spurs
Tottenham ‘urgently seeking clarification from Fifa’ over Fabio Paratici ban
The London club released a statement this evening.
# Up and Running
Cunningham and Walsh lead the way as Cork U20s get off the mark against Waterford
Ben O’Connor’s side got the better of a second-half deluge at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
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# Augusta
Watson, Reed say they expect no LIV-PGA tensions at Masters
Major tournaments are the only stage where LIV and PGA players will face each other.
# Ban
Kremlin vows to 'defend the interests' of its athletes following IOC recommendation
On Tuesday, Olympic chiefs recommended the return to competition of Russian and Belarusian athletes as individual neutrals.
# contract talks
Marcus Rashford says reports he wants £500,000-a-week deal ‘complete nonsense’
The England forward will be out of contract in 2024.
# Setback
Blow for Ireland as Enya Breen to miss rest of Six Nations
Breen suffered a knee injury in the opening round defeat to Wales.
# On the box
Virgin Media to broadcast sold-out clash between Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers
Virgin Media will supplement RTÉ’s coverage of the competition this season.
# tribe talk
'My initial fears were that my season was over' - Comer eyeing Galway glory after knee setback
The Tribe are targeting Allianz football league Division 1 success as they look to go one further than last year.
# Dispute
'Hugely disrespectful. We'd like some answers' - Laois camogie speak out over relegation saga
Laois were expecting to play in the Premier Junior championship this year after losing a relegation final last year.
# Healing
O'Connor 'still hoping' to be fit for League final after picking up slight knee issue
The Mayo star says it could be ‘too tight’ for him to regain his fitness in time.
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# Back In The Game
Keith Long appointed as new Waterford manager
The former Bohs boss replaces Danny Searle, who was sacked earlier this week.
# Farewell
Long-serving Emlyn Mulligan announces Leitrim retirement
Mulligan made more than 100 appearances for Leitrim in a career spanning 17 years.
# Banned
Spurs managing director Fabio Paratici’s ban in Italy extended worldwide by Fifa
Tottenham’s managing director of football was serving the suspension in his homeland after former club Juventus were found guilty of false accounting.
# Awards Season
Antoine Dupont voted Player of the Six Nations ahead of Ireland trio
Ireland dominate the Team of the Tournament, however.
# undefeated
Legendary Irish Paralympian Jason Smyth announces his retirement
The Derryman is calling time on a simply remarkable career.
# Greats of the Game
Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger inducted into Premier League Hall of Fame
The pair were long-term rivals on the touchline during their managerial careers.
# Moving On
'We look like we’re a good team and could give anyone a game' - Kenny looks ahead to Greek test
Kenny also says it is ‘too early to say’ whether the Greece game is a must-win given Ireland’s difficult group.
# Pairc Life
Páirc Uí Chaoimh to host hurling league final between Limerick and Kilkenny
Venues and times have been announced for the hurling league finals.
# Set-back
All Blacks' winger Sevu Reece to miss World Cup due to injury
Canterbury Crusaders said the 26-year-old needs surgery on a ruptured knee ligament.
# Flat racing
'You’re never sure until you start, but it is exciting' - Aidan O'Brien set for season ahead
The renowned trainer is optimistic as the long Irish turf flat season gets going.
# as gaelige
Brian Tyers' pitch-perfect TG4 commentary cuts through the language barrier
Although I cannot understand what is being said, he is nevertheless communicating something to me.
# Reaction
'We have to get 6 points' - No margin for error as Ireland look ahead to June qualifiers
Chiedozie Ogbene says Stephen Kenny’s side should take encouragement from their performance against France on Monday.
# Champions Cup
'We don’t suddenly become a rubbish team' - Rowntree demands more from Munster in South Africa
The province flew to Durban last night ahead of Saturday’s Champions Cup clash with the Sharks.
28th March 2023
# Speaking out
'No matter who you are, you always have a right to play for this country'
Ireland’s Adam Idah on his own experiences with racist abuse in the wake of recent controversies.
# Friendly
Dominant de Bruyne steers Belgium past Germany
The visitors held on for a morale boosting win ahead of next year’s Euros.
# euro 2024
Wales keep up strong start in qualifying with win over Latvia
Kieffer Moore’s header means Rob Page’s side have taken four points from their opening two games.
# Super Scots
Scott McTominay at the double again as Scotland stun Spain to top Group A
Steve Clarke’s side made it two wins from two in front of a roaring Hampden Park.
# Garda Traffic Probe
All-Ireland winning Limerick hurler Pat Ryan convicted of perjury after telling 'brazen lie'
The 27-year-old was jailed for two weeks by Judge Patricia Harney at Limerick District Court but he immediately appealed the sentence.