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Other - Today’s News

Jason Quigley just wants you to be happy, and a world title

Jason Quigley faces Tureano Johnson in a do-or-die middleweight clash tonight (live on eir Sport).

Other - Yesterday’s News

Aussie rookie Ewan wins Tour bunch sprint in Toulouse TDF

Aussie rookie Ewan wins Tour bunch sprint in Toulouse

Julian Alaphilippe kept the overall lead while Dan Martin came home in 20th today.

Atlético Madrid complete Trippier signing for reported €22 million fee

Atleti’s recruitment drive has continued with the signing of the full-back from Champions League finalists, Tottenham.

Oliver Dingley eliminated in semi-finals at World Diving Championships

Dingley needed a top-12 finish to book his place in Thursday’s final.

Other - Tuesday 16 July, 2019

Pacquiao's camp deny Khan fight agreement

The Briton claimed he has an agreement with Pac-Man for a fight later this year, but the Filipino’s representatives dispute this.

Kennedy seals big scrap with US Olympian whose last foe was heavyweight world champion Ruiz

Niall Kennedy has been calling for a step-up fight, and he has gotten his wish.

Khan says Pacquiao fight next provided Pac-Man emerges uninjured from Thurman clash

The Filipino will first square off with Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman this Saturday night.

John Travers: Dealing with death, becoming a father and Tokyo 2020

The Irish middle-distance runner has bounced back from a series of setbacks to set his sights on the Olympics.

Koepka gains the inside track on Royal Portrush from Irish caddie

Ricky Elliott has been on the American’s bag for six years and will be able to provide some local knowledge this week.

'Voice of greyhound racing' Michael Fortune dies at 70 RIP

'Voice of greyhound racing' Michael Fortune dies at 70

‘He saw it as an honour to share his love for the sport to anyone who would listen.’

'It would mean the world': McIlroy out to end Major drought at Portrush

The Northern Irishman is the bookmakers’ favourite to get his hands back on the Claret Jug this week.

'I never thought we could be winning European medals consistently - it’s crazy'

Chloe Magee speaks to The42 off the back of her European Games success alongside brother Sam.

Other - Monday 15 July, 2019

'We just hugged and Eoin said: 'We did this, Dad, me and you''

It hasn’t been an easy journey but Jody Morgan was the proudest man in Lord’s on Sunday.

Debutant Van Aert claims maiden Tour win as leader Alaphilippe sees rivals suffer TDF

Debutant Van Aert claims maiden Tour win as leader Alaphilippe sees rivals suffer

Ireland’s Dan Martin put down a good day, while Nicolas Roche was also flying the flag.

Clarke: 'Portrush hosting The Open is a sign of how far Northern Ireland has come'

After being awarded the honour of hitting the opening tee shot, Clarke spoke about what Royal Portrush hosting the Major means to him.

TV Wrap - Amazing tennis and cricket drama shows importance of keeping sport free-to-air

Elsewhere, viewers were annoyed by the Sunday Game. Again.

Boxing great Pernell Whitaker dies aged 55 after being hit by vehicle

‘Sweet Pea’ was one of the greatest boxers to have ever lived.

Woods among the afternoon starters as The Open arrives at Royal Portrush

The tee times for the first two rounds of this week’s Major in Northern Ireland have been announced.

Watch: England benefited from 'clear mistake' on way to winning World Cup Drama This post contains videos

Watch: England benefited from 'clear mistake' on way to winning World Cup

Former cricket umpire Simon Taufel says England should not have been awarded an extra run in the final over.

From Rush to Lord's: Eoin Morgan on top of the world

The Dubliner was never scared to chase his sporting dreams even if it meant swimming against the tide. On Sunday, he achieved all of those and more.

Other - Sunday 14 July, 2019

It's Sunday so here are 12 of our favourite images from the sporting week

Some of the defining moments from a busy week of sporting action.

'This will take some time to recover from physically'

Novak Djokovic prevailed against Roger Federer in the longest ever final played at Wimbledon.

Fourth place agony for Ireland in 4x100m relay at U23 European Championships

Molly Scott, Ciara Neville, Sharlene Mawdsley and Gina Akpe-Moses just missed out on a podium finish in Sweden.

Amazing drama as Morgan leads England to World Cup glory at Lord's Cwc19final This post contains videos

Amazing drama as Morgan leads England to World Cup glory at Lord's

The host nation sealed their first-ever World Cup by beating New Zealand in a historic super over.

Djokovic beats Federer in longest-ever Wimbledon final for fifth title

The world number one moves to 16 Grand Slam wins after another Centre Court classic.

Nico Roche hangs on for sixth in blistering Tour de France stage

South African Daryl Impey stormed to victory on Bastille Day.

Byrne and Doyle add to Ireland's medal tally at World Cup in Rotterdam

The men’s pair were just one second behind their Swiss counterparts to finish second in their A Final on Sunday.

Hamilton makes British Grand Prix history with Silverstone success F1

Hamilton makes British Grand Prix history with Silverstone success

The Mercedes driver came into the race level with Jim Clark and Alain Prost on five wins at his home GP.

Simon Zebo captures Donnacha Ryan's modelling skills and more Tweets of the week

Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.

Veteran Faber marks UFC return with 46-second knockout in Sacramento The California Kid This post contains videos

Veteran Faber marks UFC return with 46-second knockout in Sacramento

The 40-year-old took less than a minute to stun Ricky Simon and pick up his first knockout win in 12 years.

A touching tribute to late Limerick boxer Kevin Sheehy and the week's best sportswriting

Plus, a heartwarming World Cup story and a family affair with the Hendersons.

Other - Saturday 13 July, 2019

Double medal haul for Ireland at European U23 Championships amid disqualification drama Historic Success This post contains videos

Double medal haul for Ireland at European U23 Championships amid disqualification drama

Nadia Power initially had her bronze medal taken from her, only to have it reinstated on appeal.

Hamilton rejects criticism about his lifestyle as he misses out on pole at British Grand Prix

The hometown hero was beaten to top spot by team-mate Valtteri Bottas.

France's Alaphilippe storms into Tour yellow for Bastille Day

The Frenchman has retaken the overall lead in the Tour de France while Thomas De Gendt won today’s eighth stage.

Gary O'Donovan wins bronze medal in Rotterdam as four Irish crews reaching World Cup semi-finals

It has been a highly successful day on the water in Rotterdam.

Simona Halep stuns Serena Williams in straight sets to win Wimbledon

The 2018 French Open winner was crowned Women’s Singles champion on Saturday with a superb display.

'It lived up to the hype' - Federer ranks Nadal classic as one of the his all-time best

Roger Federer says his pulsating battle with Rafael Nadal “had everything” and ‘lived up to the hype’.

Amir Khan needs less than four rounds to beat Billy Dib in Saudi Arabia

A hopelessly one-sided fight was predicted and it duly delivered as Khan made light work of Billy Dib.

Other - Friday 12 July, 2019

McIlroy six off the lead as Irish trio miss the cut at the Scottish Open

There’s a three-way tie at the top of the leaderboard heading into the weekend at The Renaissance Club.

Federer eventually edges out brilliant Nadal to book Wimbledon final against Djokovic

The eight-time champion is heading for his 12th decider at the All England club.

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