The tournament begins at Old Trafford on Wednesday as hosts England face Austria.
Offaly are back in their first All-Ireland minor final since 1989.
The team’s brilliant form in the Aviva is not matched by their record away from home.
The two-time Wimbledon champion beat Lorenzo Sonego in straight sets to reach the fourth round.
The series is bankrolled by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund.
The 37-year-old is said to want to play Champions League football again next season.
Noelle Murray scored four goals, as Treaty United were well beaten.
The mercurial Australian prevailed 6-7 (2/7), 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (9/7) in the match, during which both players were warned by the umpire.
It was the ideal preparation for the Bit O’Red’s upcoming European game against Bala Town.
Earlier, Iga Swiatek’s remarkable 37-match winning streak came to an end.
Refugees Tareq Altorok and Inza Bamba, who both represented Ireland at the Unity Cup this week, chat to The42.
2020 champion John Catlin set the early pace with the lowest round of the day.
Tipperary are the unluckiest outfit, missing out on the knockout stages on score difference.
The All Blacks scored three tries in a whirlwind passage of pain for Andy Farrell’s side.
39.626 was the attendance in Croke Park.
The seven-time champion Mercedes driver said he had hoped to fight for a front row start in Sunday’s race
Damian Willemse kicked an added-time penalty goal.
Shane Lowry, who birdied the final four holes on Friday to make the cut with a shot to spare, carded a third round of 68 to reach seven-under.
Gretar Steinsson took a technical director role at Fleetwood and later joined Everton.
England were dismal as they stumbled to a 30-28 defeat.
CJ Hamilton scored in a game that was overshadowed by fan violence.
French raider secures Sandown Group One crown.
Sergio Perez took fourth, with Lewis Hamilton a full second back in fifth.
Sven Botman becomes the club’s third summer signing.
The captain was forced off in the first half of today’s first Test.
Christian Horner says it’s already too late in the current season to intervene and make changes.
The New Zealand coach was impressed by several aspects of Ireland’s display.
The 29-year-old’s arrival had been anticipated after his Burnley contract expired earlier this week.
Ireland’s bid to become the first team to beat New Zealand at Eden Park since 1994 ended in defeat tonight.
The Wallabies ended an eight-match losing streak in the first Test against England.
His provincial team-mate James Hume suffered an injury against the Māori All Blacks.
Goram was diagnosed with oesophageal cancer earlier this year.
The 25-year-old Manchester United goalkeeper made just three appearances for the club last season.
Ireland were beaten 42-19 by New Zealand in the first test of their three match series in Auckland this morning.
The sides were level at 13-13 at half-time.