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Today’s News

Sterling calls for stadium bans as racist abuse overshadows 5-star England

The England player believes Uefa should punish alleged racist chanting during last night’s 5-1 win over Montenegro.

Talented forward quits Tyrone panel citing lack of game-time

Ronan O’Neill didn’t feature for Tyrone in their Division 1 campaign this year.

'If teams kick there, I'm confident enough to go up and get it'

Jordan Larmour is working hard every day to continue his development at club and international level.

From TheJournal.ie 'Unwanted, unexpected and unsolicited': Boxer kisses reporter on lips during interview Kubrat Pulev

'Unwanted, unexpected and unsolicited': Boxer kisses reporter on lips during interview

Kubrat Pulev said he did it because he was “so elated” about his victory – the reporter said it was “embarrassing and strange”.

Goal-shy Ireland facing another anxious Aviva night against Georgia

With the Irish attack misfiring and controversy raging off the field, it may be a difficult return to Lansdowne Road for Mick McCarthy.

'I'm not worried' - Ronaldo eases injury concerns as Champions League quarter-final looms

The Portugal star is confident he will be fit to face Ajax in the first leg next month.

Van Graan backs 'refreshed' Murray as Munster set out to enjoy Edinburgh clash

After a tough Six Nations run for the internationals, Van Graan is accentuating the exciting side of the quarter-final ahead.

From TheJournal.ie Conor McGregor announces his retirement from MMA Notorious

Conor McGregor announces his retirement from MMA

“Proper Pina Coladas on me fellas,” the UFC star tweeted early this morning.

John Delaney controversy threatens to overshadow crucial qualifier and more Ireland-Georgia talking points

Off-the-field issues have dominated the headlines in recent days.

Toner's absence adds another layer to Leinster's selection debate for Ulster

With Scott Fardy required in the second row this weekend, one of James Lowe and Jamison Gibson-Park could miss out.

Yesterday’s News

'I definitely heard it... It's not acceptable' - England to report alleged racist abuse aimed at Rose

Gareth Southgate is adamant that he heard chants in the crowd during his side’s Euro 2020 qualifier win over Montenegro.

Mbappe on target in four-goal rout as France make light work of Iceland Routine Win This post contains videos

Mbappe on target in four-goal rout as France make light work of Iceland

Samuel Umtiti, Olivier Giroud, and Antoine Griezmann also scored in the win for the World Cup champions.

Ronaldo forced off early with injury as Portugal held to second successive draw Worrying Times This post contains videos

Ronaldo forced off early with injury as Portugal held to second successive draw

The captain of the reigning European champions was replaced after 30 minutes with a thigh issue.

Barkley brace helps England hammer Montenegro to maintain perfect start to qualifiers Cruise Control This post contains videos

Barkley brace helps England hammer Montenegro to maintain perfect start to qualifiers

Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling were also on target as Gareth Southgate’s side ran out convincing winners.

Further suspicion arises around boxing decisions during Rio Olympics

French official Karim Bouzidi is at the centre of fresh allegations involving AIBA.

Offaly forward pulls off masterclass in time-wasting at the death of relegation battle Keep The Faith This post contains videos

Offaly forward pulls off masterclass in time-wasting at the death of relegation battle

Shane Tierney took one for the team yesterday by booting the Sligo goalkeeper’s ball off the tee.

Final Four - The view from Kerry, Mayo, Tyrone and Galway as league finalists decided

The regulation stage of the league concluded yesterday.

'Anyone going in there will have a huge shadow over them' - Niall Quinn rules out applying for FAI CEO job No Dice This post contains videos

Do you agree with our Ireland team to face Georgia?

Mick McCarthy has some tough calls to make after Saturday’s unconvincing win over Gibraltar.

Rangers assistant boss McAllister loses three teeth after being attacked outside Leeds bar

The former Liverpool player was waiting for a taxi when the incident took place.

Cork and Tipperary drop out, Clare survive and a day to cause Munster football concern

A tough spring for those in Division 2 set to compete in a province where Kerry rule.

Donegal star nearing return after cruciate injury

Stephen McMenamin says Paddy McBrearty has returned to training with the Ulster champions.

No longer sailing solo, Annalise Murphy's 2020 'experiment' one to keep an eye on

The Olympic silver medallist has jumped ship to sail alongside Cork’s Katie Tingle.

'People would have called us knackers' - documentary about rise of Ballymun Kickhams to air tonight The Inside Look This post contains videos

'People would have called us knackers' - documentary about rise of Ballymun Kickhams to air tonight

‘Passing It On: Ballymun Kickhams’ will be shown on eir Sport 1.

'Everyone who knows my dad knows the amount of work and effort he puts into it'

Shane McEntee and his father, manager Andy, have helped Meath back into the top flight of the league.

Michael Schumacher's son reportedly set to make F1 debut for Ferrari in Bahrain test

He was crowned European Champion at Formula Three level with Prema last year.

'My skull is still humming' - Calls for Uefa action after Swiss defender plays on despite bad head injury

Newcastle United’s Fabian Schar suffered concussion against Georgia on Saturday, but was permitted to continue in the game.

Cardiff to claim €23 million Emiliano Sala transfer 'null and void' - report

The 28-year-old Argentine forward was killed when the small plane carrying him came down in the Channel.

'I'm sure there are lots of people who would love to do this. I feel very privileged'

Leo Cullen says it’s an honour to be asked to stay on as Leinster head coach for another two years.

'It's in a bad state now' - Fixture changes as Semple Stadium to close until early May for pitch repair work

The Thurles venue has staged 11 matches in the last nine weeks.

Zebo nabs assist for Ryan and scores a try in huge comeback win for Racing Irish Pride This post contains videos

Zebo nabs assist for Ryan and scores a try in huge comeback win for Racing

The Paris-based side rallied from 13 points down to defeat Bordeaux Bègles in the Top14.

Ireland U17s beaten in final game before European Championships

Colin O’Brien’s side lost out 2-1 to Finland in Tallaght this afternoon.

Ireland's Becky Lynch set for historic Wrestlemania match

The Limerick-born athlete will compete in the first-ever women’s main event on the biggest day in the wrestling calendar.

'He's been the best player in the Premier League'

Harry Maguire has been hugely impressed by Raheem Sterling’s Man City performances this season.

Ulster rearing to go for 'brilliant challenge' of Leinster despite injuries and errors

Head coach Dan McFarland admitted ‘it looked like’ Ulster had three weeks off before their win over the Kings.

Henshaw 'less than likely' to be fit for Ulster after visiting UK specialist

The Leinster centre will increase his training load in the coming days ahead of Saturday’s European showdown against Ulster.

Pochettino 'nearly crying' at Tottenham stadium opening

The Spurs boss feels chairman Daniel Levy deserves credit for pushing the project forward.

McCarthy calls on Irish fans to back the team amid rumours of in-game protests against FAI

Reports claim some Irish fans intend to throw tennis balls on the pitch tomorrow night.

From TheJournal.ie FAI workers call for explanation on Delaney rent payments while they endured pay cuts SIPTU

FAI workers call for explanation on Delaney rent payments while they endured pay cuts

Siptu said its members are “incensed” by the reports Delaney had his rent paid for by the FAI.

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