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Today’s News

Cheltenham blow for Gordon Elliott as Glenloe is ruled out

Elliott confirmed this morning that the JP McManus-owned nine-year-old will miss the Festival.

'We're not going to f*** it up' - Wilder and Fury banned from facing off at today's weigh-in

Promoter Bob Arum supported the decision but UFC star Conor McGregor was among those to call for NSAC to change its mind.

Eddie Jones hands Joseph first-ever Test start on the wing against Ireland

Manu Tuilagi, Courtney Lawes, Ben Youngs, and Joe Marler all start for England too.

First-half blitz sends Crusaders to top of Super Rugby standings

Four tries in the first half helped the champions to see off the Highlanders today in Christchurch.

Another bad break for 'tough bugger' Jack Kennedy won't dim desire to get back in the saddle

Johnny Ward chats to the West Kerry native about his journey back to fitness.

Ryan Babel slammed by his own manager for mimicking opponents in Europa League loss Theatrics This post contains videos

Ryan Babel slammed by his own manager for mimicking opponents in Europa League loss

The ex-Liverpool attacker indulged in some amateur theatrics in mocking his Getafe counterpart.

2019 European medallist Regan Buckley retires from boxing aged 22

The Bray man cited financial reasons, and his not being selected for March’s Tokyo 2020 qualifiers, as cause to hang up his gloves.

Philadelphia need overtime to see off Brooklyn and maintain impressive home run

Joel Embiid scored 39 points in the Sixers’ overtime victory.

Leinster looking for 20th consecutive win as Ospreys bring them to the Gnoll

Leo Cullen and Stuart Lancaster’s team can win games in different ways.

Ulster flyer McIlroy soaking lessons, not tackles as U20s face up to England

The winger says his brush with senior rugby was a ‘surprise’,but it didn’t appear to take him aback.

Eddie Jones issues apology to journalist after race joke

The England head coach is under pressure ahead of Sunday’s game against Ireland.

'I have a hurley over in Glasgow. It's nice to switch off from football and lose yourself in another sport'

Ireland striker Clare Shine opens a new season with Glasgow City tonight.

Can't beat their Irish rivals, lethal against everyone else

The reason Connacht aren’t flying higher in the Pro14 comes down to their four-game losing streak in this season’s inter-pros.

'They are like chalk and cheese, it's like good cop and bad cop' - new Dublin management

Sky Blues camogie star Laura Twomey on the new management duo, a new campaign and new rules.

'I actually work in UCD as well... So I don't have far to go for training'

New boss Andy Myler is expecting a tough season in the First Division amid a rebuilding job at the club.

Munster aim for bonus point win in Italy

Province aiming for five more points as they hope to end season top of their Conference.

'If you messed up in lineouts there was a death stare. That's the worst'

Paul O’Connell has returned to Ireland camp this week.

Yesterday’s News

Birdie-birdie finish as McIlroy sets early pace with 65 in Mexico

World number one gets off to a fast start at WGC-Mexico Championship.

15-minute blitz as Rangers come from 2-0 down to beat Braga

Ianis Hagi’s double gave Rangers an unlikely 3-2 win.

Lacazette hits late winner as Arsenal hold advantage to reach Europa League last 16 This post contains videos

Lacazette hits late winner as Arsenal hold advantage to reach Europa League last 16

Mikel Arteta’s men scored a 1-0 win over Olympiacos ahead of the return leg in London.

This stunning Ruben Neves goal capped an unforgettable night for Wolves Wolves At The Door This post contains videos

This stunning Ruben Neves goal capped an unforgettable night for Wolves

Diogo Jota’s hat-trick was only the second best thing about tonight’s win over Espanyol.

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Six changes as Cork bid to make it four wins from four

Division 3 leaders face trip to Tipp on Saturday evening.

Clare U20s hammer Waterford to set up semi showdown with Cork

Michael Neylon’s side were 17-point winners.

Forster penalty save crucial as Celtic leave Copenhagen with a draw Bhoys Trip This post contains videos

Forster penalty save crucial as Celtic leave Copenhagen with a draw

Forster tipped Jens Stage’s penalty onto the post to earn a 1-1 draw.

Irish teen signs first professional contract with Fulham

Ollie O’Neill has been integral to the club’s U18 side this season.

Martial nabs crucial away goal as Man Utd hold slight edge ahead of home second leg Round 1 This post contains videos

Martial nabs crucial away goal as Man Utd hold slight edge ahead of home second leg

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side played out a draw against Club Brugge in their Europa League last-32 tie.

What do you think of Cork's 1920 commemorative jersey?

The shirt was unveiled at Páirc Uí Chaoimh today.

'Anfield is old and wouldn't pass inspection' - Atletico chief plays down power of Liverpool fortress

The Rojiblancos president has had a cheeky dig at the Merseysiders after Jurgen Klopp talked up the atmosphere of their historic home stadium.

'It was said the first day I came here: We don't mind you using us as a stepping stone'

Norwegian striker Tim Nilsen on his decision to join Derry City ahead of the new season.

Inter-county GAA not a hard sell, the enjoyment of coaching and Tier 2 football benefits

After roles with Wexford, Kildare and Cork over the last decade, Jason Ryan is now involved in grassroots GAA coaching in Waterford.

Andrew Conway among trio of players to commit to new Munster contracts

Billy Holland and Jeremy Loughman have also signed new deals with the southern province.

As it happened: Club Brugge v Manchester United, Europa League last 32

Catch up on all of the action as Manchester United take home an away goal following 1-1 draw in Belgium.

New York footballers denied Tier 2 inclusion for 2020

They won’t be entering the Tier 2 football championship this summer, but retain hopes of inclusion next year.

Ex-Celtic defender McNamara recovering from brain surgery after collapsing at home

The 46-year-old was rushed to hospital earlier this month but his daughter says he’s ‘making progress’.

From TheJournal.ie John Delaney joined as party to proceedings brought by corporate watchdog after search of FAI Courts

John Delaney joined as party to proceedings brought by corporate watchdog after search of FAI

The matter concerns materials recently seized from the FAI’s offices.

'It made me realise that I really did miss it and really do appreciate it' - Dublin All-Star on Canadian adventure

Leah Caffrey is happy to be back in the Dublin fold after a year out.

‘Ireland are groping around a bit in the dark searching for cohesion’

Andy Dunne and Murray Kinsella examine the key issues in forensic detail ahead of this Sunday’s showdown in Twickenham between Ireland and England.

Rondon claims he was 'really close' to joining Man United in January transfer window

The ex-Newcastle United and West Brom striker has opened up on his failed move to Old Trafford, after they opted instead for Odion Ighalo.

'Sometimes the first question is, 'What is your fee?'' - Brady lifts lid on club manager payments

But David Brady believes the fixtures issue is the GAA’s real ‘problem child’.

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