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Monday 6 February 2023 Dublin: 9°C
# Probe
Manchester City accused by Premier League of alleged financial breaches
The alleged breaches span a period from the 2009-10 season to the 2017-18 campaign.
# Injury
Cork's Robbie O'Flynn suffered dislocated ankle during Limerick game
Forward awaits scan to rule out further damage.
# Allez les Verts
Farrell's Ireland target first win over France in possible Grand Slam decider
The French will be in town on Saturday and the Ireland boss is expecting a raucous atmosphere.
# LIVE SHOW
Join the Rugby Weekly crew for our Ireland v France preview night in Tullow RFC
Murray, Gavan and Bernard are all set for a live show in Tullow RFC on Thursday 9 February.
# US PGA Tour
Justin Rose leads by two in final round of Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Darkness halted the final round, which is due to be completed today.
# Worry
Padraic Joyce: 'He has to go for a scan to see but it doesn’t look good'
Damien Comer was stretchered off with a serious knee injury in Galway’s loss to Roscommon.
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# Big Stu
'There were definitely times when I didn’t think I would ever get another game'
Stuart McCloskey had some lovely touches during Ireland’s win over Wales.
# Speaking out
'I put on a mask for a long period of time' - Aaron Lennon
The former England international’s new goal is to help footballers suffering from mental health issues.
Yesterday
5th February 2023
# Review
Katie McCabe left out of starting XI as Arsenal held
Ahead of the transfer deadline, the Ireland international had been strongly linked with a move to their big rivals and table toppers Chelsea.
# Must do better
Borthwick says England team he inherited 'weren't good at anything'
The coach’s reign got underway with a Calcutta Cup defeat to Scotland at Twickenham.
# On the rise
Teenage starlet shines for Bayern, Napoli's extraordinary season continues
Jamal Musiala sealed a controversial 4-2 away win at Wolfsburg for the league leaders.
# Upset
Real Madrid suffer shock loss, Vinicius fouled 10 times in heated clash
Marco Asensio failed spot kick proved costly as Mallorca dented their opponents’ title hopes.
# key
'He's some player' - Ireland's Knight winning accolades at Derby
Paul Warne also had words of encouragement for James Collins and David McGoldrick.
# Division 2
Rock and Fenton goals help Dublin stroll past Limerick
Dublin were able to allow Limerick enjoy a better second half, eventually reducing the margin to nine points.
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# Reaction
'I’m not going to say the Harry team otherwise Pochettino will be grumpy' - Guardiola
The reigning champions could have cut the gap to Premier League leaders Arsenal to two points.
# Unimpressed
Italy match leaves 'bitter taste', says France coach
Fabien Galthie expressed frustration after seeing his side let their tight grip loosen as the game wore on.
# Unbelievable Jeff
Paul Ince hails 'wonderful player' Jeff Hendrick after stunning volley
Hendrick passed on the praise to his club and country teammate Shane Long for starting the Reading comeback.
# Joy
Harry Kane makes history as Spurs stun Man City
Tottenham did a favour for bitter rivals Arsenal with a win today.
# Big Money
Praise for Declan Rice: 'He’ll be a British transfer record if he ever leaves West Ham'
David Moyes believes the England international can potentially cost more than Enzo Fernandez’s fee.
# Stalemate
Armagh reel off final five points to snatch share of spoils with Mayo
It looked for most of the second half that Mayo were going to head home with the points as they found themselves five clear with four minutes of normal time left.
# Armagh
Minute's applause held at Armagh-Mayo GAA match in memory of Natalie McNally
Fans from both counties could be seen rising to their feet at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh to applaud.
# Rebel Roar
Cork stun Kildare as Cleary's men run out 13-point winners in Newbridge
The Rebels bounced back from last week’s defeat to Meath in impressive fashion.
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# Unhappy
Bayern Munich star Neuer under fire after tell-all interview
Sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic said on Sunday he was ‘disappointed’ with injured captain.
# Les Bleus
France squeeze past Italy ahead of Ireland showdown in Dublin
The Italians were excellent as they gave the French a real fright.
# Ladies Football
Star forward hits 2-2 as Waterford seal first win of league campaign against Mayo
Lauren McGregor shone as a late free from Kellyann Hogan secured victory for the Déise.
# Injury blow
Damien Comer stretchered off as Rossies continue perfect start with Galway scalp
Roscommon scored the final five points to snatch a dramatic win as Davy Burke’s dream start continues.
# Mixed Fortunes
Il Etait Temps times it right, as Facile Vega disappoints at Leopardstown
High Definition exits early in dramatic novice feature at Leopardstown.
# Wrap
Cavan and Offaly continue winning ways; McEntee's Sligo overcome McConville's Wicklow
In Division 4, Leitrim and Laois lead the way with two wins from two.
# Lovely Hurling
77th-minute Burke free sees Dublin secure dramatic draw with 13-man Waterford
It finished 2-19 to 3-16 in Dungarvan, while elsewhere, Clare ran out big winners over Westmeath.
# Trouble
3-time Champions League winner shines on debut as Forest edge Leeds
Keylor Navas impressed for his new club.
# Wrap
Tyrone bounce back against Donegal as Meath and Derry triumph
It was a busy afternoon in the Allianz football leagues.
# Kingdom Come
Kerry get league title defence up and running with 11-point win over Monaghan
Paudie Clifford scored a stunning individual goal, with Darragh Roche and Donal O’Sullivan also raising green flags in Killarney.
# Leopardstown
State Man too strong for Honeysuckle in Irish Champion Hurdle
Gallant mare has to give best to Willie Mullins’ emerging star.
# Tipperary GAA
Cashel Community School show grit and guts to win first-ever Harty Cup
The first all-Tipperary final in 106 years of this competition, played out in front of 7,283 spectators, was decided by Éanna Ormond’s stoppage-time winner.
# mad finish
England's Gavins survives final-hole drama to win Ras Al Khaimah Championship
Padraig Harrington finished joint 25th.
# Top Of The Tree
Celtic ease past St Johnstone to restore nine-point lead over Rangers
The Hoops scored four times as they refused to be pressurised.
# Loss
De Gea admits it will be tough for Man United without suspended Casemiro
Casemiro was dismissed after a VAR review for putting his hands around Will Hughes’ throat.
# Sublime
Van der Merwe’s try was like something from Jonah Lomu Rugby video game - Townsend
Scotland snatched a third successive Six Nations win over England yesterday.
# gats
Gatland would give Porter 'kick up the backside' if he was his coach
The Ireland prop was penalised for a late tackle on Wales fullback Liam Williams.
# pause
Malnati leads, Power six back as high winds halt play at Pebble Beach
US PGA Tour officials are now expecting the tournament to finish on Monday.