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Yesterday’s News

'When I used to play Gaelic football was probably the last time I hit one like that' Blade Of Glory This post contains videos

'When I used to play Gaelic football was probably the last time I hit one like that'

John Egan’s volley earned Sheffield United a valuable point against Burnley.

As it happened: Liverpool v Aston Villa, Premier League

Liverpool weren’t at their best but still did enough for their 29th win of the season against struggling Villa. Catch up on the action in our minute-by-minute report.

Thursday 2 July, 2020

'I still hardly believe this is happening': Limerick star Shane Dowling forced to retire aged 27

Dowling has had three surgeries on knee injury suffered in 2017.

Friday 19 June, 2020

As it happened: Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United, Premier League

Join us for live minute-by-minute coverage as Spurs and Man United make their long-awaited return to Premier League action.

Friday 12 June, 2020

'I thought it was going to feel more different': Rory reacts as the PGA tour returns

McIlroy sits five shots off the early leaders at the Charles Schwab Challenge in Texas.

Friday 5 June, 2020

Ireland international Louise Quinn set to leave Arsenal

Ireland defender won a league title and league cup during her three seasons with Arsenal.

Premiership Rugby set to resume on 15 August

‘Nothing will happen until it is safe to do so,’ says Premiership Rugby chief executive.

Tuesday 28 April, 2020

League of Ireland clubs to consider proposal for games behind closed doors

Working document ‘offers a real platform for debate about a return to football’, says Niall Quinn.

Wednesday 22 April, 2020

World Snooker Championship rescheduled for July start at The Crucible

‘Live sport can be a massive inspiration for the public and can boost morale.’

Sunday 12 April, 2020

Carlow hurler raises €10k for cancer charity in first 48 hours of jersey giveaway

Paul Coady is raising funds for the Irish Cancer Society.

Thursday 9 April, 2020

Namajunas withdraws from UFC 249 after death of two family members following coronavirus RIP

Namajunas withdraws from UFC 249 after death of two family members following coronavirus

The former strawweight champion was due to face Jessica Andrade in the controversial card’s co-main event on 18 April.

Friday 3 April, 2020

GAA could face €60m loss due to coronavirus shutdown - Director General Financial Worry This post contains videos

GAA could face €60m loss due to coronavirus shutdown - Director General

Tom Ryan says GAA have made plans in case games cannot resume until as late as August.

Wednesday 25 March, 2020

No more 'walking, casual games or gatherings' on GAA grounds as clubs shut down completely

GAA brings in new measures following the latest government restrictions.

Tuesday 24 March, 2020

The Tokyo Olympics have been postponed until 2021

Olympic Federation of Ireland says postponement is ‘the right call given the times that we are in’.

Rugby's Champions Cup and Challenge Cup finals postponed indefinitely

The 2020 finals weekend had been set for Marseille on 22/23 May.

Monday 16 March, 2020

The Aintree Grand National has been cancelled due to coronavirus

Officials accept that it would not be possible to stage the race behind closed doors.

FAI officials vote 'strongly in favour' of €50 million rescue deal

FAI chairperson Roy Barrett welcomed the news as ‘a major step forward for our game’.

Saturday 14 March, 2020

Delfine Persoon suffers defeat in first round of Olympic boxing qualifiers

Belgian was on the opposite side of the 60kg draw to Kellie Harrington.

Belfast Star crowned Men's Super League winners as leaders Tralee penalised

Arbitration hearing upholds decision to penalise Tralee for ‘an unintentional rule violation’.

Sarah Rowe goal sets Collingwood on the way to AFLW win Aussie Rules This post contains videos

Sarah Rowe goal sets Collingwood on the way to AFLW win

The women’s Aussie Rules league is continuing behind closed doors this weekend.

Thursday 12 March, 2020

Marler handed 10-week ban for Alun Wyn Jones genital grab

England prop banned following disciplinary hearing in Dublin.

Friday 28 February, 2020

Pro14 matches not played because of coronavirus will be ruled a 0-0 draw

Efforts are underway to reschedule Benetton v Ulster and Zebre v Ospreys.

Farrell starts as Munster make five changes for Scarlets' Thomond visit

Jack O’Donoghue has been ruled out after aggravating an existing neck injury.

Sunday 23 February, 2020

Sexton spill gifts England an early try at Twickenham This post contains videos

Sexton spill gifts England an early try at Twickenham

George Ford pounces on Sexton error to score the game’s opening try.

Adam Idah named on the bench for Norwich's trip to Wolves

Cork teenager has not featured since starting against Manchester United last month.

Kevin Seaward runs second-fastest Irish marathon time ever to hit Olympic mark

Seaward joins Paul Pollock and Stephen Scullion as Tokyo 2020 qualifiers.

Italy v Scotland Women's Six Nations match postponed due to coronavirus

Italian authorities have cancelled all sporting events in the region.

Thursday 20 February, 2020

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.

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

Division 3 leaders face trip to Tipp on Saturday evening.

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.

Wednesday 12 February, 2020

Phil Healy breaks 17-year-old Irish record at Athlone IT Grand Prix

Ciara Mageean and Tom Barr also set new indoor PBs in Athlone tonight.

Brian Murphy returns home to Waterford FC following long career in English football

‘I’m happy to be back,’ says veteran keeper.

Shamrock Rovers II in, but no Limerick FC, as 10-team LOI First Division confirmed

FAI confirm that ‘all applicants have been awarded licences’ for the 2020 campaign.

Tuesday 11 February, 2020

Tiger Roll '50-50' to attempt historic Grand National treble as handicap weights announced Decision Time This post contains videos

Tiger Roll '50-50' to attempt historic Grand National treble as handicap weights announced

Two-timer winner handed top weight of 11st 10lbs ahead of Aintree showpiece.

Saturday 8 February, 2020

Altior tunes up for Champion Chase hat-trick bid with Newbury win

Chantry House, Native River and Pic D’Orhy were the day’s other big winners at Newbury.

Jordan Larmour dances his way through three tackles to score Ireland's opening try

Larmour put Andy Farrell’s side into an early lead before Wales struck back.

Dream debut as Tipp's Orla O'Dwyer scores with her first touch in AFLW Aussie Rules This post contains videos

Dream debut as Tipp's Orla O'Dwyer scores with her first touch in AFLW

The new AFLW season got underway with no fewer than 18 Irish players on the books.

Sonia shows her support as Meadow and Maguire chase top 10 finishes in Australia

Meadow is tied for eighth after three rounds of the Vic Open, while Maguire is tied for 11th.

Thursday 6 February, 2020

Ulster's Treadwell cleared following Champions Cup disciplinary hearing

Treadwell had been cited for his tackle on Tom Ellis during Ulster’s Champions Cup win against Bath.

Thursday 23 January, 2020

Unstoppable Benie skates to 21-length win in Galmoy Hurdle

Penhill and Killultagh Vic completed a 1-2-3 for Willie Mullins.

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