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Dublin: 13 °C Sunday 12 July, 2020

Tuesday 7 July, 2020

'A decision will have to be made at some point' - Choosing between AFLW and representing Mayo

Mayo manager Peter Leahy previously said his players will have to choose between the two sports.

Monday 6 July, 2020

Irish-eligible Harness scores but Portsmouth miss out on play-off final spot after penalties

Oxford United will progress to the final in Wembley later this month.

Thursday 2 July, 2020

'I knew it was all over for me two weeks ago' - Dowling on coming to terms with Limerick retirement

The 2018 All-Ireland winner called time on his inter-county career today.

The Dubliner targeting a 38-year-old Irish record in a second chance at elite athletics

Irish middle-distance runner Andrew Coscoran has learned some important life lessons.

Wednesday 1 July, 2020

'Mam is from Kilkenny and Dad is from Sudan. I'm sure they got comments when they got together in the 90s'

Nadia Power says she hopes people are more educated about racism in Ireland.

'It takes away from your focus' - Coghlan on the potential cost of protesting for Olympic athletes

The International Olympic Committee bans athletes from protesting at the Games.

Tuesday 30 June, 2020

'Just happy to be out and playing a game again' - GAA breaking out from lockdown

Longford footballer Darren Gallagher was in action with his club last night.

'It's high time the GAA grew a pair of balls' - Duignan on inter-county teams breaking training ban Criticism This post contains videos

'It's high time the GAA grew a pair of balls' - Duignan on inter-county teams breaking training ban

The Offaly chairman has suggested that teams who break the rule should be removed from the championship.

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Sunday 28 June, 2020

'Excited' about knockout football championship and fears over future of family-run pub during lockdown

Kevin Cassidy talks about the exciting battles that await in the GAA season, and life in lockdown.

Friday 26 June, 2020

Former Ireland international and Arsenal assistant manager Theo Foley dies aged 83 RIP

Former Ireland international and Arsenal assistant manager Theo Foley dies aged 83

The Dubliner earned nine caps for his country.

Quiz: How much do you know about sports movies?

Let’s test out your knowledge here.

Here's the 2020 hurling and football championship fixtures list

Both competitions have been altered following the Covid-19 shutdown.

Thursday 25 June, 2020

Outrage over 'very unfair' decision to cancel minor camogie action but association mounts defence

A petition has been launched over the decision to cancel the All-Ireland minor championship.

Tipperary hurling and football finals set for September as championship plans unveiled

The county’s CCC will meet early next week to draw the first round pairings for the various championships.

Wednesday 24 June, 2020

Should inter-county action be first to come back in camogie and Ladies football?

WGPA chairperson Maria Kinsella says there is an argument to play inter-county games first.

'There is so much more to come out of me' - Stephen Ireland wants to play international football again

The 33-year-old is keeping fit in the hope of earning an unlikely recall to the Ireland squad.

Monday 22 June, 2020

Irish trio head for League Two play-off final after extra-time drama and second-leg fightbacks

Exeter got the better of Colchester while Northampton Town defeated Cheltenham Town.

Sunday 21 June, 2020

Leinster and Munster players free to return to training after Covid-19 tests come back clear

The second phase of testing with Connacht and Ulster will commence this week.

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'On the day of the surgery, my surgeon said 'you may never play professional football again''

Ireland’s Megan Campbell talks to The42 about her latest injury woe and signing a new deal for Man City.

Thursday 18 June, 2020

Facing 'loudmouths' during time as Galway boss, and teaching coaches new ways to improve players

Kevin Walsh stepped down as manager of the Tribesmen last September.

Wednesday 17 June, 2020

Adult players to play at least three games as Galway unveil club hurling championship proposals

The aim of the revised format is to give every adult player at least three games.

Saturday 13 June, 2020

'Every game is a fighting battle' - the Irish international hoping to avoid Bundesliga relegation

Claire O’Riordan talks to The42 about battling for survival with MSV Duisburg.

Thursday 11 June, 2020

Donegal star wants knockout football return and business worries in new climate

Michael Murphy reopened up his sports shop this week.

Ireland duo extend Championship loans until end of the season

Josh Cullen is staying put with Charlton while Birmingham City have retained the services of Scott Hogan.

Monday 8 June, 2020

Former Republic of Ireland and Man United defender Tony Dunne dies aged 78 RIP

Former Republic of Ireland and Man United defender Tony Dunne dies aged 78

The Dubliner was part of Sir Matt Busby’s side who captured the 1968 European Cup.

In pics: Four League of Ireland clubs return to training as part of return to play programme

Bohemians, Shamrock Rovers, Derry City and Dundalk were all back out on the pitch today.

'Go back to your cotton fields' - Kerry An Ghaeltacht footballer on experience with racism Speak Out This post contains videos

'Go back to your cotton fields' - Kerry An Ghaeltacht footballer on experience with racism

Franz Sauerland is the latest athlete to speak out.

England centre Lozowski the latest to depart Saracens on loan deal

The 26-year-old will join Top 14 outfit Montpellier next season before returning to the English side.

Tuesday 2 June, 2020

'We were up 10 points and she just scored three or four goals' - battles with a 12-time All-Ireland winner

Former Cork camogie star Sandie Fitzgibbon reflects on the days when she came up against Angela Downey.

Monday 1 June, 2020

Golf clubs set for four-balls and competitions if Government proceeds to Phase 2 of Covid-19 plan

Play is restricted to members and members’ guests only.

Covid-19 safety officer among IRFU recommendations in return to club rugby roadmap

There are four stages on the roadmap.

Sunday 31 May, 2020

'He wrote me a lovely letter when I was in hospital. It's with my illness scrap book'

George Hamilton remembers his old colleague Bill O’Herlihy on the fifth anniversary of his death.

Friday 29 May, 2020

Ireland's Hendrick linked with AC Milan on a free transfer - report

The Burnley midfielder is out of contract this summer.

Thursday 28 May, 2020

'If we open up the pitches, it's going to be jammers... one death is too many'

Mayo captain Aidan O’Shea believes the GAA needs to be cautious about reopening pitches.

Tuesday 26 May, 2020

Quiz: Test your knowledge of All-Ireland football final goalscorers

Let’s find out how much you know here.

Irish Open the only European Tour event I'd consider playing this year - Lowry

The Offaly man believes he will spending the rest of this year in America.

Sunday 24 May, 2020

'It's in the title. It's a song for everyone in Ireland' - The Sunday Game's cover of a Dubliners classic Song For Ireland This post contains videos

'It's in the title. It's a song for everyone in Ireland' - The Sunday Game's cover of a Dubliners classic

Kildare supporter Dan McCabe collaborated with the RTÉ GAA show to pay tribute to frontline workers.

Friday 22 May, 2020

LGFA suspends injury fund following reports of groups planning to train in non-GAA facilities

Individuals who participate in such training sessions will be ‘personally responsible’ for any injury costs incurred.

Thursday 21 May, 2020

'It's good to be back' - Former Mayo star relieved to reopen family business as lockdown eases Moving Forward This post contains videos

'It's good to be back' - Former Mayo star relieved to reopen family business as lockdown eases

Mortimer Quarries resumed their operations on Monday.

Wednesday 20 May, 2020

Tadhg Kennelly's future in doubt with Sydney Swans - reports

The 2005 Premiership winner is the club’s latest high-profile casualty following cuts due to Covid-19.

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