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Dublin: 15 °C Saturday 25 May, 2019

Today’s News

'We have to live with it' - Kearney gets yellow for collision with Hogg

The fullbacks met in the 66th minute and Glasgow fans were not happy with the outcome.

Neil Lennon offered full-time Celtic job after securing historic treble-treble

The interim boss helped guide Celtic to the treble-treble on Saturday and his reward was the offer of the permanent manager’s job.

Valencia score twice in 13 minutes to stun Barcelona and win Copa del Rey for the first time since 2008

Goals from Kevin Gameiro and Rodrigo saw Valencia scupper Barca’s hopes of completing a domestic double.

'His last memory now with Leinster will be lifting the trophy'

Leinster captain Johnny Sexton handed the Pro14 trophy to Sean O’Brien in Glasgow.

Barrett and Jarrett score twice each as title-chasing Peamount and Wexford picks up wins

Rianna Jarrett and Amber Barrett each scored braces as the title rivals picked up important wins on Saturday.

Lewandowski scores twice to secure German Cup and help Bayern wrap up domestic double

The Bundesliga champions secured a domestic double after beating RB Leipzig 3-0 in the DFB-Pokal final.

Leclerc demands Ferrari answers and prays for rain after Monaco farce

Leclerc demands Ferrari answers and prays for rain after Monaco farce

After qualifying down in 16th for his home race in Monaco, Charles Leclerc was understandably frustrated.

Cathal McShane leads the way as Tyrone book Ulster semi-final spot with 14-point victory

Mickey Harte’s men booked their place in this year’s Ulster SFC final with a 14 point win.

Mick McCarthy calls up Bohemians goalkeeper Talbot for upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers

Mick McCarthy has called up goalkeepers James Talbot of Bohemians and Bristol City’s Max O’Leary.

Late Cregg point delivers stunning Roscommon win over Mayo

An early blitz and late precision brought Roscommon a first Championship win over Mayo for 18 years.

Costello bags 1-12 tally in Dublin's 26-point victory while O'Carroll makes comeback

The All-Ireland champions bagged five goals in a stunning attacking display against Louth.

How did you rate Leinster in their hard-fought Pro14 final win over the Warriors?

Leo Cullen’s men completed magnificent defence of their Pro14 crown.

Leinster go back-to-back in the Pro14 as they edge Glasgow at Celtic Park

Leo Cullen’s men secured their sixth title in the competition in tough conditions in Glasgow.

As it happened: Louth v Dublin, Mayo vs Roscommon, GAA Match Tracker

We went minute-by-minute on a busy day of action in the Leinster, Ulster and Connacht football championships.

Conroy untouchable as Ireland beat Scotland to set up quarter-final clash with Fiji

The Tullamore flyer scored a hat-trick to tip the balance after an even first half.

Meath breeze past 14-man Carlow as Newman's 1-6 books Leinster semi-final place

The Royals had 15 points to spare over Carlow in Portlaoise today.

Carapaz grabs pink jersey with Giro stage 14 win

The 25-year-old edged ahead of Primoz Roglic in the standings after breaking from the chief contenders on the Giro’s toughest hill yet.

Heartbreak for Irish duo O'Brien and Amond as Newport suffer late play-off defeat to Tranmere

Connor Jennings’s 119th-minute header saw Tranmere secure a dramatic 1-0 win at Wembley.

Lewis Hamilton dedicates 'beautiful' pole to Niki Lauda

The Mercedes driver finished on top in today’s qualifying in Monaco.

Edouard double sees Celtic come from behind in Scottish Cup final to complete third treble

The 21-year-old French forward scored twice as Celtic triumphed in Saturday’s Scottish Cup final.

As it happened: Glasgow Warriors v Leinster, Pro14 Final

We’re going minute-by-minute as Leinster aim to seal a second consecutive Pro14 title in Celtic Park.

0-13 for Conway as Kerry claim key Joe McDonagh Cup victory against Westmeath

Fintan O’Connor’s side bounced back from their opening round defeat to Antrim with a narrow win in Mullingar on Saturday.

'I was a little boy, I was still lost' - Jonathan Walters courageously opens up in Late Late interview Interview This post contains videos

'I was a little boy, I was still lost' - Jonathan Walters courageously opens up in Late Late interview

The former Ireland international spoke about the death of his mother on last night’s show.

Saracens and Exeter score six tries apiece on path to final showdown

England’s leading sides will meet in the decider for the third time in four years.

Ireland beat England at Twickenham again, but can't keep lid on New Zealand

Mick McGrath helped Ireland to a 21-17 win over England in their own back yard.

Tuchel extends PSG stay to end departure speculation after disappointing season

He will now stay with the French giants until 2021.

Cluxton, McCaffrey return as Dublin recall big guns for Louth clash

Darren Gavin is also in line to make his Championship debut after being named in midfield.

Van Dijk out to improve on 'nuts' Barca clash in Champions League final

Liverpool enjoyed one of Anfield’s greatest European nights against Barcelona, but the defender wants an “even bigger memory” in Madrid.

Leclerc on top for Ferrari, as Vettel crashes in Monaco

The Monegasque driver made local knowledge pay and thrilled his fans on Saturday.

'I knew from the way the power had left my body that I was paralysed. I couldn't move my legs'

Victor Connell was left paralysed after breaking his neck in a scrum at 25, but he has built a whole new life for himself.

Valverde keen to keep Barca focus on Copa final, not his future

Lionel Messi, meanwhile, claimed his sixth European Golden Shoe on Friday night.

Ireland legend calls for more female representation on new FAI board

Áine O’Gorman earned 100 caps for her country before retiring from international duty last year.

Terry will manage Chelsea before Lampard does, says Blues legend

Terry will manage Chelsea before Lampard does, says Blues legend

Dennis Wise is ‘sure’ the former team-mates both want to become club manager and thinks Terry might get there first.

'We had a few beers and Paul was crying on the tour bus. He kept saying: I cannot believe I've won an All-Ireland'

With six All-Irelands, 10 Leinster titles, five National Leagues and four consecutive All-Stars, Paul Flynn is set to be remembered as one of Dublin’s all-time greats.

'If KD is playing well it's 'Oh they're playing a different style and it's not as fun to watch''

Stephen Curry discussed the idea that the Golden State Warriors are better without team-mate Kevin Durant.

How we talk about rugby is changing - how is the Irish language keeping up?

We look at how the language is adapting to a sport becoming more technical and tactical.

Budenholzer: 'We won't overuse Giannis in pursuit of NBA Finals'

Don’t expect the MVP candidate to play all 48 minutes, or even 45, to try to keep the Milwaukee Bucks alive in the playoffs.

Stuesdays, lineout nerding and contact skills - Molony makes progress

The second row returns to the Leinster bench today after a frustrating injury in recent times.

'I swear, I look at how well some of my old rivals are doing - rivals who I beat - and I nearly cry to myself'

Troubled years behind him, John Joe Nevin faces a race against time, and a battle of the mind, to remind us of his brilliance.

Living the dream, surviving the pain: has it all been worth it for Alan Moore?

From the Premier League to the depths of depression and back again: David Sneyd spends a weekend with the former Ireland international and his family in their Yorkshire home.

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