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Sunday 10 November, 2019

Kenny forced into late call-ups as Irish U21s hit by raft of withdrawals

Liverpool’s Caoimhin Kelleher and Southampton’s Michael Obafemi are among five players who are out of the Armenia game next week.

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Lamar Jackson perfect as Ravens rout Bengals

Elsewhere, the returning Patrick Mahomes couldn’t inspire the Chiefs to victory.

Ronaldo substituted again as his replacement Dybala bails out Juventus against Milan

Elsewhere, Lazio went third and Cagliari’s remarkable form continued.

Tearful Shakhtar captain Taison sent off for reaction to racist abuse

The Brazil international’s team-mate Dentinho broke down in tears in response to an ugly incident.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

Telling a thousand words…ten times over.

'Today we showed why we are the champions' - Guardiola defiant after Anfield defeat

The City manager wasn’t getting drawn into further venting his frustration with officials.

Aaron Connolly emerges as injury doubt for upcoming Irish double-header

The Brighton striker was taken off at half-time against Manchester United earlier today.

Lowry and Harrington fade as Hattton holds nerve in six-way Turkish Open play-off

The Irish challenge fell away ahead of a gripping finish in Antalya.

Alexander-Arnold feared VAR intervention prior to Liverpool opener

Liverpool’s win over Manchester City was not without controversy, with Trent Alexander-Arnold at the forefront due to a possible handball.

The Irish team who were part of a women's football revolution in England

50 years ago, Dundalk Ladies Football Club helped form the WFA.

Celtic retain lead over Rangers at end of historic week

Both members of the Old Firm were winners in Scotland this afternoon.

Apple's Jade stunned as Bacardys claims Lismullen Hurdle win at Navan

Ballyoisin won the other Grade 2 race of the day at the Meath rack.

Liverpool strike huge blow in the title race with Anfield win over Manchester City

It finished 3-1 in the clash of the main contenders this afternoon.

Burke clan are key as St Thomas retain Galway hurling crown against Liam Mellows

Elsewhere today Slaughtneil were crowned Ulster champions against Dunloy.

Basquel's 1-4 helps Ballyboden to perfect start in Leinster campaign

Colm Basquel ran up his tally from play against the Louth side.

Morata scores for 6th game running at Atletico stay in touch at the top in Spain

Atletico Madrid came from behind to defeat Espanyol.

Clifford and Roche grab goals as East Kerry dethrone Dr Crokes for first title in 20 years

David Clifford bagged a breathtaking goal while his brother Paudie was named man-of-the-match.

Neves and Jimenez inspire derby win for Wolves against Aston Villa

Wolves are now eighth in the Premier League.

Dalton goal crucial as Nemo reach Munster semi-final and St Joseph's win after extra-time

The Cork and Clare champions both triumphed this afternoon.

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.

Ballygunner see-off Patrickswell to reach third straight Munster final

Dessie Hutchinson and Pauric Mahony hit 0-5 apiece for the Waterford kingpins.

A 5th win in 6 games as Man Utd build momentum with win over Brighton at Old Trafford

A 3-1 victory for Ole Gunnar Solskaer’s side.

1-8 from Cork star O'Sullivan steers All-Ireland champions Mourneabbey back to decider

The Rebel kingpins produced a huge second-half performance to see off Monaghan powerhouse Donaghmoyne.

Corofin survive Ballintubber test and will face Padraig Pearses in the Connacht final

Roscommon champions Padraig Pearses enjoyed a successful trip to London today.

Heartbreak at the death as the wait for Ireland's first November Test win goes on

A last-gasp try saw Wales edge the entertaining clash in Belfield.

As it happened: Liverpool v Manchester City, Premier League

Jurgen Klopp’s side took a stride from the champions with a 3-1 win at Anfield.

'Gladbach restore four-point lead at top of Bundesliga

Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig had cut the gap at the top of the German division to a single point.

Borris-Ileigh hold off Glen Rovers fightback to book spot in Munster final

A dream week for the Tipperary hurling champions.

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.

As it happened: Dr Crokes v East Kerry - Sunday club GAA match tracker

We’ll keep you up to date with all the big club games across the country today.

From a gravel pitch to glory - South Africa world champion Kolisi comes home

Siya Kolisi returned to his South African roots today in a Port Elizabeth township.

Celtics go seven-in-a-row, Warriors lose and red-hot Harden sparks Rockets Winning Streak This post contains videos

Celtics go seven-in-a-row, Warriors lose and red-hot Harden sparks Rockets

The Boston Celtics have not lost since dropping their season opener.

'There's some days I still can't believe how lucky I am. It absolutely is a dream job'

Ireland striker Amber Barrett on life in Germany, her transition to professional football and the Girls In Green’s next Euro 2021 qualifier.

Meath coach talks Ronaldo, Guardiola, New York Knicks, Legacy, Eddie Jones and Jim Gavin

In the first of a two-part coaching series, The42 chats with Meath coach Colm Nally.

Shamrock Rovers star Jack Byrne named Player of the Year at PFAI Awards

Vinny Perth, Danny Mandroiu, Denise O’Sullivan and Enda Stevens were also among the winners.

Ireland boss Mick McCarthy slams Derby County for sacking Richard Keogh

‘If Richard got in an Uber and the Uber driver was drunk I don’t think they would have sacked him.’

James McClean and football’s unhealthy obsession with depoliticising the poppy, and the week's best sportswriting

Plus, the New Yorker’s Louisa Thomas on the ham-handed, money-driven mangling of Sports Illustrated and Deadspin.

Defeat in Thomond still leaves Ulster primed for battle in Bath

‘We go from one European fortress to another.’

'Everything I've done in football is to play for Ireland. When you get that taken away, it's tough'

Irish international Diane Caldwell on the many highs and lows in her career in football.