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# No Excuses

This year
2023
'Climate needs to be at the heart of all decision-making' - Irish expert
A new climate report has shown that countries’ current plans aren’t enough to reach international targets.
Last year
2022
The start of a journey in football: 'I feel like I'm always chasing, and being chased'
Dubliner Killian Phillips tells The42 why fear and love are his driving forces as he aims to make his mark with Crystal Palace.
All time
Steven Gerrard will not blame coronavirus for defeat
Rangers were beaten at home by Bayer Leverkusen.
Using annual leave and taking career breaks to chase the Olympic dream
Shane O’Donoghue, Stephen Cole and Daragh Walsh talk about putting their lives on hold to pull on the green jersey.
Three disallowed goals not responsible for shock Copa America exit, says Uruguay manager
Luis Suarez’s penalty shoot-out miss proved costly for the Celeste, who saw three goals ruled out during the 90 minutes.
The government just launched this major campaign to tackle 'disturbingly' high levels of harassment
Last year, 3,182 sex crimes were recorded by gardaí.
Sexton rejects notion Schmidt's impending departure a distraction for Ireland
The Ireland out-half says it is frustrating when ‘you’re doing everything right but things just aren’t clicking’.
'It was an eye opener for us to see how good they were' - facing up to the kingpins in a first Munster final
Miltown Malbay lost out by nine points on a day of learning in Limerick.
Hansen not 'bitching' about ref call in All Blacks' shock loss
The New Zealand coach would not blame referee Nigel Owens or fly-half Beauden Barrett for the defeat to South Africa.
'If you're blaming the #MeToo Movement for no longer being able to flirt, then the problem was with you in the first place'
Henry Cavill said he’s afraid to flirt with women anymore in case he’s labelled ‘a rapist’.
'If you think our mindset is a draw, then you are sadly mistaken. We’re here to win' - Keane
Ireland’s assistant boss insists they will be ready for Wales despite several missing players.
Forget the bus, Schmidt's Ireland have a point to prove after 'wake-up call'
The Ireland head coach says his squad must stay positive as they bid to bounce back.
Mickey Harte, Joe Schmidt and Rory McIlroy part of the Irish hockey team's Rio preparations
Craig Fulton named his 16-man squad for the Olympics yesterday as the final countdown begins.
'We have to believe we can do it. I know we can' - Murray confident ahead of series decider
The Ireland scrum-half admits the video review sessions have been painful but insists the squad are desperate to end their season on a high.
'It's easy to look at fundraisers and blame them but players have to look at each other'
Cathal Cregg says Roscommon need to learn from their lucky escape in New York and start producing acceptable performances.
One of the worst dives we've ever seen took place in the Uefa Youth League this evening
It cost Celtic dearly too as they were subsequently eliminated on penalties by Valencia.
'We let ourselves down' - Madigan making no excuses after Ireland bow out
“We still had full belief that we could come back”
'Ridiculously good looking' felon jailed for over two years
Jeremy Meeks’s mugshot went viral.
'It certainly feels like a loss in the changing room' - Connacht's Muldoon
The back row explained his side’s decision to go for a fourth try rather than extend their 24-10 lead in the second half.
No excuses for Cork after 5-week lay-off says Barry-Murphy
The Cork manager doesn’t think his side will be rusty come Sunday
Cork boss Cuthbert - 'We've left a huge amount of people down, especially ourselves'
The Rebels manager endured a tough day at the office yesterday in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
This GAA club is taking no World Cup-related excuses for missing training
Management sent around a clever text before an intermediate and junior session last night.
As Mayo lose another game against 14 men, it's time for serious analysis says James Horan
Horan admits that it’s time for Mayo to pore over what went wrong against Derry.
'No surprises, no excuses' as Swift plots addition to Heineken Cup highlight reel
Michael Swift feels his new second row partner Craig Clarke can make a long-term difference at the Sportsground.
Almost 11,500 people in court for not paying TV licence
The maximum fine for a first offence in the case of non-payment of a TV licence is €1,000.