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Yesterday’s News

Vikings overturn 20-point half-time deficit while Lamar Jackson rinses the Texans NFL Early Results This post contains videos

Vikings overturn 20-point half-time deficit while Lamar Jackson rinses the Texans

‘Captain Kirk’ became ‘Comeback Kirk’ as Minnesota staged a remarkable come-from-behind victory.

Harambe wins by a neck in Cheltenham thriller

Fergal O’Brien’s 9-to-2 favourite Benny’s Bridge was 12th, 52 lengths back.

Battleoverdoyen keeps unbeaten record intact at Punchestown

The 2-to-5 favourite took over at the second-last before powering to victory in the Florida Pearl Novice Chase.

Racing hammer weakened Sarries to join Munster on maximum points in Pool 4

The French side secured a bonus-point win against the champions in Paris.

Saturday 16 November, 2019

Kilkenny win New York Hurling Classic after 24-point success over Limerick

Tipperary and Wexford lost the semi-final ties in Citi Field.

Faugheen wins at Punchestown as Klassical Dream upset by Saldier

The 2015 Champion Hurdle Winner got off to a winning start over fences.

Friday 15 November, 2019

Lineout kills Gloucester as Toulouse begin Connacht's pool with comeback win

The hosts lost seven of their 14 lineouts as Toulouse completed a second-half comeback.

Danes hit Gibraltar for six ahead of Dublin decider while Switzerland edge Georgia Group Rivals This post contains videos

Danes hit Gibraltar for six ahead of Dublin decider while Switzerland edge Georgia

The Danes warmed up for Monday’s showdown with a comprehensive win over the group minnows.

Drogheda re-sign former captain ahead of 2020 season

Derek Prendergast represented Drogs during the 2012 and 2013 seasons.

Thursday 14 November, 2019

Arsenal youngster sees red as Ireland U19s suffer late heartbreak

Switzerland came from behind to get the better of Tom Mohan’s side in this afternoon’s opening Euro qualifier.

'If he feels that Johnny's got an easy ride in, he'll be banging on Leo and Stuart's door' The42 Rugby Weekly This post contains videos

'If he feels that Johnny's got an easy ride in, he'll be banging on Leo and Stuart's door'

Bernard Jackman and Murray Kinsella explore the potential benefits of the World Cup for Ireland’s provinces.

Sunday 10 November, 2019

Fourth time lucky as Galway kingpins seal first-ever All-Ireland senior final spot

Kilkerrin-Clonberne were 11-point winners over Dublin’s Foxrock-Cabinteely, and now face holders Mourneabbey.

Monaghan's Stevie McKenna goes 4-0 with KO victory in California The Rise Continues This post contains videos

Monaghan's Stevie McKenna goes 4-0 with KO victory in California

The 22-year-old cruised to a second-round stoppage last night.

Tuesday 5 November, 2019

Ireland hockey star played with broken bone in her wrist in Olympic qualifier win

Roisin Upton suffered the injury but still played a key role in the shootout win.

Monday 28 October, 2019

Lyons strikes at the death to give Drogs slender lead for play-off second leg

Luke Heeney and Stephen Meaney combined to set up man of the match Lyons for the winner.

Sunday 27 October, 2019

Second final replay needed in Donegal and Sarsfields topple champions in Kildare

Newcastlewest and St Joseph’s Miltown-Malbay also lifted county senior titles today.

Man United cruise to victory at Carrow Road despite two missed penalties

United are up to seventh after ending their dreadful away run.

Saturday 26 October, 2019

'I absolutely love playing for the club' - Galway star set for Connacht final showdown

'I absolutely love playing for the club' - Galway star set for Connacht final showdown

Olivia Divilly is a key player for Kilkerrin-Clonberne against Kilbride tomorrow.

Thursday 24 October, 2019

Andy Dunne: Ireland need to make sacrifices during Six Nations or shut up about World Cups

‘How about we stop relying on guys who aren’t playing well? At least give guys a kick up the arse.’

Wednesday 23 October, 2019

Shelbourne go top as title race heats up ahead of Peamount's final game

Shelbourne saw off DLR Waves 4-0 tonight.

Randolph misses out as Middlesbrough draw and Mitrovic hat-trick fires Fulham to victory

There were also Championship wins tonight for Bristol City, Derby County and Hull City.

Bohemians exit Uefa Youth League after narrow defeat in Greece

PAOK FC won tonight’s second leg tie 1-0.

Tuesday 22 October, 2019

Who should succeed Rory Best as Ireland captain? Looking To The Future This post contains a poll

Who should succeed Rory Best as Ireland captain?

Murray Kinsella sees James Ryan as a future Ireland skipper, but perhaps not one for the immediate future.

All-Ireland winners set for roles as Cork finalise hurling backroom team

Pat Mulcahy and Brian Corcoran are reported to be involved with Kieran Kingston’s side.

Monday 21 October, 2019

Schmidt found Ireland's performance hard to explain as his team fell at a familiar hurdle Rugby Weekly This post contains videos

Schmidt found Ireland's performance hard to explain as his team fell at a familiar hurdle

Joe Schmidt admitted after the game that it was hard to find a reason for Ireland not performing against New Zealand, and Rory Best spoke about the pressure associated with a World Cup quarter-final.

Sunday 20 October, 2019

St Rynagh’s mount marvellous comeback in Offaly final as Ballyhale march on in Kilkenny

In Carlow, meanwhile, there was a hugely dramatic finish between St Mullins and three-in-a-row-chasing Mount Leinster Rangers.

Kerry reach last four stage, Clare final ends in draw and new Waterford champions

It was a busy day of football action in Munster.

A remarkable Brian Clough tale, DeAndre Hopkins and more of the week's best sportswriting

Stick on the kettle and settle into some of our favourite reads from this week.

Thursday 17 October, 2019

The lineout duel: New Zealand's quick-draw throws can be disrupted by Ireland

Ireland can throw New Zealand off kilter by slowing them down at lineout time, says Andy Dunne.

Wednesday 16 October, 2019

Bayern Munich youngster inspires Canada to first win over USA in 34 years

Alphonso Davies opened the scoring as Canada overcame their neighbours for the first time since 1985.

Monday 7 October, 2019

Ireland's style of play coming at a cost in humidity, but could still work in their favour Good News And Bad News This post contains videos

Ireland's style of play coming at a cost in humidity, but could still work in their favour

‘If that humidity does drop and Ireland can be really, really accurate with the ball… I don’t see why reverting back to that won’t draw success for them.’

Sunday 6 October, 2019

The cult of John Delaney, rugby's culture wars and the week's best sportswriting

Stick the kettle on, ladies and gents.

Saturday 5 October, 2019

Scott Hogan hits winner for Stoke as Irish duo go off injured for Blackburn

West Brom are top of the table tonight just ahead of Notts Forest.

O'Connor nets for Kildare kingpins Moorefield as final with Newbridge rivals awaits

Moorefield will take on Sarsfields in this year’s senior decider in the county.

Wednesday 2 October, 2019

'They deserve far more than I've given them' - Stoke boss accepts fate in searingly honest interview Admission This post contains videos

'They deserve far more than I've given them' - Stoke boss accepts fate in searingly honest interview

‘I’ve let them down. I have. I feel I’ve let them down. I’m sorry for that.’

Friday 20 September, 2019

'Ireland will probably look to help out Larmour by dropping someone else in alongside him'

Murray Kinsella, Andy Dunne and Gavan Casey discuss how they expect Ireland’s back three to fare against the Scots.

Wednesday 18 September, 2019

'I think he's a loss to punditry and of course at times he can drive me as mad as anybody else'

Colm O’Rourke on the non-involvement of his fellow pundit Joe Brolly on RTÉ last weekend.

Sunday 15 September, 2019

Clare champions exit as Limerick and Cork semi-final line-ups take shape

Ballyea were knocked out in Clare by Crusheen.

Saturday 14 September, 2019

2018 finalists advance to Clare last four as Moorefield maintain Kildare three-in-a-row bid

Quarter-final action today in Clare and Kildare.

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