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Dublin: 14°C Saturday 31 October 2020

Yesterday’s News

Harrington four off the lead in darkness-halted second round at Bermuda Championship

Americans Wyndham Clark and Ryan Armour share the lead.

Wolves up to third while Crystal Palace finish with 10 men after VAR review

Rayan Ait-Nouri marked his Wolves debut with a goal to help them to a 2-0 win.

Djokovic suffers heaviest defeat to lucky loser ranked 42nd in the world

Lorenzo Sonego won the quarter-final of the Vienna ATP tournament 6-2, 6-1.

Primoz Roglic surges to Vuelta victory, Dan Martin remains third overall

The Slovenian’s third win in this year’s race earned him a 10 seconds bonus.

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'Most nights, I cried myself to sleep': Former Wallabies prop Palmer pens powerful column on his sexuality

Former Australian rugby international Dan Palmer opens up on his sexuality, noting that Isreal Folau’s homophobic comments spurred him to speak out.

'What bullsh*t' and 'it wasn't a fair action' - opinions split on on Bennett’s dramatic declassification Irish Eye This post contains videos

'What bullsh*t' and 'it wasn't a fair action' - opinions split on on Bennett’s dramatic declassification

The Carrick-on-Suir rider was relegated to last after crossing line first at yesterday’s Vuelta.

From TheJournal.ie 'We will not give up our values': Macron vows defiance after knife attack in church kills three people Terror Attack

'We will not give up our values': Macron vows defiance after knife attack in church kills three people

Emmanuel Macron said his country would stand firm against religious extremists.

Italy coach Mancini unhappy Balotelli is still without a club

The coach says the out-of-sorts striker would have been ‘very useful’ for the national team.

Thursday 29 October, 2020

Eddie Jones wants England to restore rugby's image after Barbarians 'laughing stock'

They could be crowned Six Nations champions with a big win over perennial strugglers Italy.

From TheJournal.ie Hollywood producer arrested in new sex assault allegation David Guillod

Hollywood producer arrested in new sex assault allegation

David Guillod has pleaded not guilty to earlier charges.

Ex-All Blacks coach Hansen links up with struggling Australian rugby league side

The World Cup-winning Kiwi will work as a high-performance consultant at the Canterbury Bulldogs.

From TheJournal.ie Hong Kong teenage activist Tony Chung charged with secession Tony Chung

Hong Kong teenage activist Tony Chung charged with secession

He’s the first public political figure to be prosecuted under a new national security law imposed on the city.

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Wednesday 28 October, 2020

Morata has three goals ruled out as Barca inflict first defeat of Pirlo's Juve reign

Lionel Messi starred in Cristiano Ronaldo’s absence.

Djokovic set to emulate 'childhood hero' as he virtually assures year-end top ranking for sixth time

The 33-year-old Serb is poised to equal Pete Sampra’s record.

Rashford hat-trick fires five-star United to convincing Champions League win over RB Leipzig

Two from two in Europe for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men.

From TheJournal.ie Joe Biden casts his US election ballot in Delaware Election 2020

Joe Biden casts his US election ballot in Delaware

The US Presidential nominee and his wife joined 74 million Americans in voting early in the election.

Chelsea ease to victory in Russia while PSG get off the mark thanks to Everton loanee's double

The win for Paris Saint-Germain was tempered by an injury to Neymar, who limped off in the first half.

From TheJournal.ie New national lockdown announced in France Second Lockdown

New national lockdown announced in France

Bars, restaurants and non-essential businesses will close, but schools will stay open.

Dan Martin finishes third once again to stay in the hunt at Vuelta as Roglic wins stage eight

Martin is third overall while Sam Bennett is also flying the flag in Spain.

Ronaldo furious at missing Juventus game against Barcelona

The 35-year-old, who is showing no symptoms of the virus, has been left out of Andrea Pirlo’s squad for tonight.

SA Rugby investigating player death during unsanctioned tournament

Vizicelo Zondani died after playing in an amateur tournament at the weekend.

Dodgers end long wait for World Series with 3-1 victory over Rays

The Dodgers’ Justin Turner was pulled in the eighth inning after testing positive for coronavirus, but later appeared in the on-field celebrations.

Tuesday 27 October, 2020

Cristiano Ronaldo set to miss out on reunion with Lionel Messi - reports

Portuguese TVI reported that the Juventus player ‘has once against tested positive for Covid-19′.

Atalanta claw back two-goal deficit but fall behind group leaders Liverpool

Duvan Zapata scored twice to prevent visitors Ajax from taking all three points in Bergamo.

From TheJournal.ie Biden insists he'll tackle virus as Trump pushes 'super-recovery' Getting There

Biden insists he'll tackle virus as Trump pushes 'super-recovery'

Both hopefuls are in the last days of electioneering.

Last-gasp leveller spares Real Madrid from second successive group defeat

The Spanish champions found themselves 2-0 down to Borussia Monchengladbach but salvaged an unlikely point deep into stoppage time.

Double from Portuguese prodigy inspires crucial comeback win for Atletico

A dramatic double from Joao Felix salvaged a 3-2 win for the hosts, who were 2-1 down before his intervention.

Barca president Bartomeu and board of directors resign following disastrous reign

The outgoing president confirmed that he had accepted a proposal on the club’s behalf to compete in a future European Super League.

'I will never consider ourselves title contenders' - Mourinho

The Portuguese coach has played down talk of Tottenham challenging for the Premier League.

Kimmich secures 13th-straight CL win for Bayern, while Inter are held away to Shakhtar

Real Madrid can move second despite a shock defeat to Shakhtar last week after the Ukrainians kept Inter winless in Group B.

From TheJournal.ie Abortion protests 'aim to destroy Poland', leader of country's ruling party says Protests

Abortion protests 'aim to destroy Poland', leader of country's ruling party says

A court ruling last week, when published, will rule out abortions in almost all cases in Poland.

Michael Woods wins Vuelta stage seven, Dan Martin third overall

The 34-year-old finished alone, ahead of the Spanish duo of Omar Fraile (Astana), who was second, and Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) in third.

Norris apologises for 'stupid and careless' comments about record-breaker Hamilton

Hamilton surpassed Michael Schumacher’s feat of 91 race wins after triumphing at Portimao on Sunday.

Childhood experience left Giggs with 'no hesitation' lending support to BLM

‘When I was in Manchester there was no black people at my school… when I go back home I’m just surrounded by my dad’s family.’

From TheJournal.ie Virus-beating Melbourne readies for reopening party after two days with no new cases Australia

Virus-beating Melbourne readies for reopening party after two days with no new cases

Melbourne and the surrounding state of Victoria has been the epicentre of Australia’s second wave.

From TheJournal.ie Trials of Oxford's Covid-19 vaccine showed 'strong immune responses' in adults, researchers say AstraZeneca

Trials of Oxford's Covid-19 vaccine showed 'strong immune responses' in adults, researchers say

This vaccine from Astrazeneca and Oxford University is being tested in various locations around the world.

Monday 26 October, 2020

Ibrahimovic strikes twice but Roma level three times in Milan stalemate

AC Milan dropped their first points of the Serie A season in 3-3 draw with Roma.

France's Haouas to be questioned about alleged robbery before next year's Six Nations

The incident took place at a tobacconist in 2014.

Paul Pogba threatens legal action over report that he will quit French team

The Sun ran the story in England and Pogba says he is ‘appalled, angry, shocked and frustrated’.

From TheJournal.ie Chileans vote overwhelmingly to replace their constitution Democracy

Chileans vote overwhelmingly to replace their constitution

The vote came a year to the day after more than one million people thronged downtown Santiago amidst a wave of social unrest.

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