Connors leaves La Rochelle's big men wondering where their legs went
The 27-year-old impressed on what was just his second Champions Cup appearance.
10th December 2023
FAI make contact with all potential successors to Kenny, rule out third party funding salary
A new women’s national team manager will be appointed before Christmas.
Tylan Wallace leads Baltimore Ravens to victory over Los Angeles Rams
Cleveland Browns beat Jacksonville while Tampa Bay Buccaneers go top of the NFC South with victory over the Atlanta Falcons.
Girona stun champions Barca to take La Liga lead
Shock title contenders beat their Catalan rivals for the first time ever in the top flight.
'A titan of rugby union' - Syd Millar dies, aged 89
The Ballymena man had a distinguished playing, coaching and administrative career.
Rumours of the Premiership's demise have been greatly exaggerated
Gavan Casey’s talking points from the opening weekend of Champions Cup action.
Daniel Wiffen sets new world record as he wins freestyle 800m gold medal
The 22-year-old has now won three golds at the European Short Course Championships.
Richarlison double inspires Tottenham to return to winning ways against Newcastle
Striker grabbed only his sixth and seventh goals for Spurs since his £60 million move in 2022.
'It's a great start. It's nice to see smiles on supporters' faces'
Leinster aren’t getting carried away but they were pleased to finally beat La Rochelle.
Glen come from behind against Scotstown to retain Ulster title
Derry side earn All-Ireland semi-final match against rivals Kilmacud Crokes.
Cork and Armagh champions land intermediate titles as All-Ireland line-up confirmed
Cill na Martra and Cullyhanna won today’s finals.
Granada’s La Liga clash with Athletic Bilbao abandoned after death of fan
The visitors went ahead through Inaki Williams before the game was stopped after around 15 minutes.
Ireland 7s miss out on bronze after extra-time defeat to Fiji
An historic first win over New Zealand was followed by a semi-final defeat to Argentina before being pipped to third.
'Days I grew up dreaming of' - Soccer experience helps Cahalane land Munster title
The Cork hurler went between the posts for Castlehaven’s dramatic Munster penalty shootout win.
Offaly's all-time top scorer Shane Dooley bows after 17-year career
Sharpshooter hit 22-237 in the championship and 35-480 in the league.
Gritty, smart Leinster make statement by finally beating La Rochelle
Leo Cullen’s men were good value for their win after a battling display in the rain in France.
Everton revival continues with comfortable win over toothless Chelsea
Elsewhere, Fulham ran riot against West Ham with a 5-0 trouncing at Craven Cottage.
Silva and Grealish put Manchester City back on track after Luton scare
Champions come from behind to earn a much-needed first victory in five league matches.
Castlehaven claim Munster title with dramatic penalty shootout win over Dingle
1,882 supporters were in attendance in Limerick.
Nick Griggs inspires Ireland to team gold at European U20 Cross Country Championships
The Tyrone man took individual bronze in Brussels, with Niall Murphy and Jonas Stafford also recording top-10 finishes, while Fionnuala McCormack finishes fourth.
Arsenal join Chelsea at top of WSL after impressive win in front of record crowd
Attendance of 59,042 at the Emirates saw the home side secure a 4-1 victory.
Celtic suffer first league defeat this season in Kilmarnock shocker
Brendan Rodgers’ side blow lead given to them by Matt O’Riley.
La Rochelle v Leinster, Champions Cup
Europe’s top two meet again at the home of the champions, with kick-off at 3:15pm.
Bruno Fernandes apologises for ‘unacceptable’ Manchester United display
Bournemouth won at Old Trafford for the first time in their history, with the hosts fortunate to escape with only a 3-0 defeat.
Baseball superstar Shohei Ohtani signs richest contract in North American sports history
The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed a 10-year, $700 million deal with the 29-year-old.
Eddie Jones to be re-appointed as Japan head coach - reports
Less than two months after he walked out on Australia, the 63-year-old is set for a return to management.
Maguire and Glover still in a shootout for glory at Grant Thornton Invitational
The duo are on 18-under par after Saturday’s foursomes, two shots off leaders Jason Day and Lydia Ko.
'We weren't clinical at all' - Blunt attack a sore point for Munster
Tadhg Beirne reflects on Munster’s 17-17 draw with Bayonne.
Today feels far more important than just a pool game for Leinster
La Rochelle have ended the Irish province’s European dreams in the last three seasons.
Last week
3rd December 2023 - 9th December 2023
Erik ten Hag: 'I think as a squad, we are not good enough to be consistent'
Man United collapsed in humiliating fashion just three days after impressively beating Chelsea.
Bayern Munich suffer hit to title defence after 5-1 hammering
Real Madrid also suffered a bump on the road in La Liga.
Toulouse blow away Cardiff, Bulls ease past 14-man Sarries, and last-gasp Exeter stun Toulon
Blair Kinghorn scored two tries on his Toulouse debut, while Billy Vunipola saw red again for Saracens.
Four national records and five European top 10s for Ireland's swimmers on penultimate night
Teenagers John Shortt and Ellie McCartney were among those to impress in Romania.
'It just wasn’t a good enough version of us' - Rowntree
The Munster boss was deflated after his team’s 17-17 draw with Bayonne.
McGinn fires the winner as Aston Villa down Arsenal to move within two points of top spot
Villa have now won 15 successive home games in the Premier League.
Bayonne strike late to steal famous draw on frustrating night for Munster
A converted Rémy Baget try in the final five minutes saw Bayonne leave Limerick with a 17-17 draw.
Marc Ó Sé and Listowel crowned Munster champions as Thomastown clinch Leinster title
There were provincial titles up for grabs in football and hurling today.
Here are your seven nominees for RTÉ Sportsperson of the Year
Athletes from gymnastics, soccer, rugby, boxing, hurling, horse racing and swimming make up the shortlist.
First-half stunner marks winning Sheffield United return for Wilder as Forest earn vital point
Meanwhile, Brighton played out a 1-1 draw against Burnley.
Ulster's losing run continues as five-try Bath run rampant in Champions Cup opener
Ulster were leading at half-time but Johann van Graan’s side turned the screw after the restart.