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Dublin: 11°C Friday 30 October 2020

Yesterday’s News

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Yesterday’s News

'All the coaches used to look away when he came out because invariably someone would end up injured'

On Thursday’s The42 Rugby Weekly France-v-Ireland preview special, Bernard Jackman provided some chilling insight into one particular French forward.

Tuesday 27 October, 2020

'The idea that the football family will look after each other is nonsense' - MNF picks apart Project Big Picture Changes Needed This post contains videos

'The idea that the football family will look after each other is nonsense' - MNF picks apart Project Big Picture

Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher discussed the proposals on Monday Night Football.

Monday 26 October, 2020

Munster run in five tries with a brace for Coombes in thrilling win over Cardiff

It finished 38-27 in Munster’s favour at Thomond Park.

Saturday 24 October, 2020

Drogheda go top in push for Premier Division promotion as Bray slip up against Galway

Drogheda are a point clear going into the final round of games on Tuesday night.

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Fabulous Frodon proves unstoppable at Cheltenham

Gold Cup firmly on the agenda after Ryanair hero defies welter burden.

Limerick claim football league title glory and Wicklow book promotion with key win over Wexford

Antrim finished third after their seven-point success over Waterford today.

Armagh celebrate going up and Laois produce stunning comeback on dramatic final league day

Jack O’Connor’s Kildare team are also safe after they defeated Westmeath.

Wednesday 21 October, 2020

GAA confirm minor and U20 championships will be halted from midnight

Dublin and Galway were set to meet in the final of the U20 Football Championship on Saturday, but that will not go ahead.

Monday 19 October, 2020

Bowe hits 0-7 as Tipperary's second-half show key in Munster hurling win over Clare

Tiperary will now take on Waterford in next Monday’s semi-final.

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Roche and Hayes goals help Cork defeat Kerry in Tralee to reach Munster semi-final

Cork will now play Limerick in next Monday’s semi-final.

Canterbury and IRFU launch new Ireland women's home jersey ahead of Six Nations conclusion

It’s the first time that supporters can buy a replica version of the women’s jersey in a non-World Cup year.

Sunday 18 October, 2020

Clare and Tipperary ease relegation worries while Wexford back in promotion hunt

There were key football league fixtures on around the country today.

Tuesday 13 October, 2020

Cork camogie squad will consider strike action over fixture clash controversy

Laura Treacy says the squad will not rule out withdrawing for the 2020 championship.

Monday 5 October, 2020

Sky apologise after Souness labels Lamela's role in Martial red card as 'very Latin'

Tottenham legend Osvaldo Ardilles was among those to take exception with Souness’ remarks.

Harps earn precious point at much-changed Dundalk

Harps move a point further clear of Cork City in the battle for Premier Division survival.

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Sunday 4 October, 2020

Captain Conneely inspires Moycullen to maiden Galway title

The 22-year-old kicked 1-9 of his side’s 2-12 total as Moycullen got over the line in Galway.

Sligo go top in Connacht conference while UCC get off the mark in style

Meanwhile, Rob Russell was on fire for Trinity in their hard-fought win over Naas.

Champions again! St Thomas finish strong to complete Galway hurling three-in-a-row

The title holders defeated Turloughmore 1-14 to 0-15 in today’s final.

Lara Gillespie claims national title in tense sprint finish

‘I am just really surprised that I won,’ said the champion. ‘I am so proud, I worked so hard all year.’

Cork duo scoring stars in club hurling final wins but disappointment for Galway captain Walsh

Darragh Fitzgibbon and Mark Coleman were both in superb club form over the weekend.

Thursday 1 October, 2020

Clare's Colm Galvin to miss inter-county season through injury

The Clonlara man will remain part of The Banner’s setup in a non-playing capacity before returning to the playing panel in January 2021.

Sunday 27 September, 2020

Cretaro rescues crucial point for Harps in basement battle with Cork City

Cork City still trail Finn Harps by a point at the bottom of the League of Ireland Premier Division table, but they have a game in hand over tonight’s hosts.

Davy celebrates again in Clare as Sixmilebridge crowned senior hurling champions once more

An eight-point win for the ‘Bridge today over O’Callaghan Mills.

Saturday 26 September, 2020

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Forrester screamer snaps Pat's goalless streak in win over Shelbourne

Stephen O’Donnell’s side were 2-0 winners at Richmond Park tonight.

Friday 25 September, 2020

Atlético announce arrival of Luis Suárez after Uruguayan passes medical

Suárez has scored 406 times and registered 231 assists in 612 matches in his club career.

Thursday 24 September, 2020

Cork amateur Sugrue leads the home charge at Irish Open after poor start by Lowry

The Open champion will face a battle to make the cut tomorrow, while his amateur equivalent made a storming start at Galgorm Castle.

Sunday 20 September, 2020

New Tyrone champs end 64-year wait with final win after penalties and All-Ireland finalists triumph in Down

Scotstown celebrated club football glory in Monaghan.

Remembering Pat Smullen, the home support for Sam Bennett and the week's best sportswriting

Stick the kettle on and get stuck into this lot.

Saturday 19 September, 2020

County returns and club continues but what football managers have full squads available?

Some managers can focus on training while club championships are ongoing in other counties.

Sunday 13 September, 2020

Big win in Clare as the Mills reach senior hurling final and Austin Stacks lift Kerry club football title

Mountbellew-Moylough are back at the semi-final stage of the Galway senior football championship.

Saturday 12 September, 2020

Mid Kerry stun Dr Crokes, Erins Own reach Cork last four and Loughmore still on for Tipp double

Sixmilebridge and Kilmurry-Ibrickane booked places in the Clare county senior finals.

Buckley's Sligo earn point on his return to Pats

The hosts twice hit the woodwork and Sligo were reduced to 10 men in the dying seconds, but it finished 0-0 in Inchicore.

Bray go top with late late show, Cabo slip up, and Caulfield's Galway make it three wins on the spin

The Seagulls are three points clear of Drogheda and Cabinteely, although the former can draw level once more tomorrow.

Friday 11 September, 2020

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Stunning strikes help Giovagnoli to first home win at Dundalk helm after Shels thriller

Dundalk forfeited a 2-0 lead in the first half before Greg Sloggett’s screamer settled things in the second.

Cronin goal proves key as East Kerry cope without suspended Clifford to reach county senior final

A six-point success for the reigning champions over St Brendan’s in Tralee tonight.

Barr returns and Power continues fine form with 3rd-placed finishes in Slovakia

Dubliner Nadia Power ran a career-second best time just days after breaking the Irish U23s 800m record.

Sheridan signs off with impressive Waterford win as Bohs miss chance to close gap Cheers This post contains videos

Sheridan signs off with impressive Waterford win as Bohs miss chance to close gap

The Blues and The Latics confirmed Sheridan will swap Waterford for Wigan following a comfortable 2-0 win for his now former side at Dalymount Park.

Meadow two-under after opening round of Major event in California

Leona Maguire finished one-over and Olivia Mehaffey is five-over.

Thursday 10 September, 2020

Brilliant finish helps Lowry hit opening round 68 on PGA Tour and McDowell pulls out of Irish Open

Lowry is competing in the Safeway Open on the PGA Tour this week while Seamus Power finished with a 75.

'If Larkham and Felix can't get it out of them, well then maybe they have to look at themselves'

Bernard Jackman and Murray Kinsella assess Munster’s non-performance during last Friday’s defeat to Leinster.

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