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Friday 7 December, 2018

Tributes paid after 3-time Kerry All-Ireland football winner passes away RIP

Tributes paid after 3-time Kerry All-Ireland football winner passes away

Jerome O’Shea featured for Kerry in victories in the 1950s.

Cork City captain Dunleavy ends six-year spell to join Sligo Rovers

The Donegal native had been with the Leesiders since 2012.

Henry equals record with 99-yard TD, scores three more as Titans trounce Jags From Way Back This post contains videos

Henry equals record with 99-yard TD, scores three more as Titans trounce Jags

It was a night of many records for Derrick Henry as he became the first man since 1983 to run in from 99 yards.

'Any time there is medication involved everyone needs to be very, very cautious'

Leinster coach Leo Cullen underlined the quality of the province’s medical team.

Speight eager to work for Ulster as his departure date draws near

The Wallaby is keen to make up for lost time and leave an impression on the Champions Cup before returning to the Brumbies.

Going home or going through? Ireland and England set for World Cup showdown

Alexander Cox’s side require a draw to advance through to the Men’s Hockey World Cup play-offs.

'Before the Leinster final, me and my brothers will probably do around two hours outside on the farm'

And win or lose on Sunday, Mullinalaghta’s James McGivney will be found on his farm after the game.

'We’ve a bit of a relationship with them': O'Mahony prepared to tough it out against familiar foe Castres

Munster’s long love affair with Europe has pitted tham against Castres more than any other side.

Thursday 6 December, 2018

Ex-Ireland international Kennedy takes first-team coach role with Macclesfield

The Dubliner will work under Sol Campbell with the League 2 side.

Green Bay Packers allowed fired coach McCarthy return for 'emotional' speech to team

McCarthy was shown the exit in his 13th season in charge of the Wisconsin team.

Long-awaited Carbery-Murray axis makes for a special occasion as Munster take on Castres

Johann van Graan is just over a year in charge of Munster, and all the pieces are beginning to come together for him.

Vinicius fails with rainbow flick, but scores as Madrid cruise to next round of Copa del Rey Skill School This post contains videos

Vinicius fails with rainbow flick, but scores as Madrid cruise to next round of Copa del Rey

It’s a tough skill to pull off, and tough to justify when it ends like this.

'There were some excellent tackles': Dyche defends Burnley players after Klopp criticism

The Burnley boss defended his players after a heated affair at Turf Moor with Liverpool on Wednesday.

How common is the use of painkillers in modern rugby? Heineken Rugby Weekly This post contains videos

How common is the use of painkillers in modern rugby?

Brian O’Driscoll spoke frankly about the use of pills last night.

Jack Byrne linked with move to Shamrock Rovers Exclusive

The 22-year-old looks set to leave Scottish Premiership leaders Kilmarnock after just four months.

Liverpool defender Gomez suffers fractured leg

The 21-year-old was carried off in the first half of last night’s win over Burnley and faces up to six weeks on the sidelines.

Rose: Playing at Wembley isn’t nice anymore, it’s not an honour

Spurs continue to play their home games at England’s national stadium, but the appeal is wearing thin for players and supporters.

Hillsborough match commander fails in attempt to halt manslaughter trial

David Duckenfield’s trial will go ahead on 14 January.

Dublin's 2013 Leinster-winning captain calls time on inter-county hurling career

Johnny McCaffrey made his senior debut in 2006.

Cause of Leicester City helicopter crash revealed by investigators as accident report is published

A helicopter crash outside the King Power Stadium killed five people on board in October.

After missing his Olympic dream, Ray Moylette tried the ‘big, bad world’ for two months

The Mayo man is now 11-0 as a pro and is bringing a title fight to his hometown tomorrow night.

'I am eternally grateful': Ireland defender Delaney exits Cork City after six months

The Ireland international made just nine starts for the defending League of Ireland champions in 2018.

Statement of intent as Bray snap up Waterford captain and ex-Leeds midfielder Keegan

The 34-year-old Dubliner joins the Seagulls having spent two seasons at the RSC.

Ireland's Hockey World Cup hero caps huge 2018 with prestigious honour in US Super Keeper This post contains videos

Ireland's Hockey World Cup hero caps huge 2018 with prestigious honour in US

Ayeisha McFerran has been named on the All-American Team of the Year once again.

John Costello: 'It is neither the root of all fixture-making evil or a panacea for football’s ills'

The Dublin secretary addresses some of the burning topics in the GAA.

'He's telling me he's very happy at the moment anyway' - Cullen on Lancaster's Leinster future

Leo Cullen and Leinster remain hopeful that Stuart Lancaster will stay with the province.

Betting adverts to be banned 'whistle-to-whistle' during live sports broadcasts in the UK

Between 28,000 and 40,000 people in Ireland suffer from a gambling disorder.

Mayo's 'Sugar' Ray Moylette makes weight for massive homecoming test on TG4 Sweet Spot This post contains videos

Mayo's 'Sugar' Ray Moylette makes weight for massive homecoming test on TG4

Moylette and opponent Christian Uruzquieta square off for a WBC rankings belt in Castlebar tomorrow night.

Landmark night for Irish midfielder as Kilmarnock go top of the Scottish Premiership

Gary Dicker captained his side to victory last night to make it a 100th appearance to remember.

Scholes: Herrera shouldn't be at Man United if he can't play a simple 30-yard pass

The Red Devils legend was unimpressed with the Spaniard, while Rio Ferdinand thinks a lack of confidence is a big factor in the club’s struggles.

4 GAA players to head to Australia in April after last weekend's AFL combine in Dublin

20 Irish players attended last weekend’s AFL Combine in Belfield.

Stop the 'city of concrete': Dublin GAA want government to sell Nama land to sports clubs

The Dubs are hoping to break ground in mid-2019 on their new base at the Spawell Complex.

Bojan reveals his frustrations at being labelled 'the new Messi'

The Stoke forward admits that he struggled to handle the weight of expectation during his time at Barcelona.

'It is the right decision for me': Dundalk-born striker O'Connor declares for Northern Ireland

Michael O’Connor hopes to earn a call-up to Ian Baraclough’s U21 side in the near future.

Clash between Henry and Vieira postponed amid ongoing security concerns in France

Monaco against Nice is one of four matches that won’t take place this weekend.

Ireland pair Henderson and Addison return to Ulster team for Scarlets trip

Captain Rory Best and wing Jacob Stockdale are also included for Friday’s European fixture.

The West Indies are coming back to Ireland next summer

Dublin games will mark the first time since 2007 that a senior West Indies side will have played in Ireland.

'A Holy Grail' - Mourneabbey more than ready to taste All-Ireland glory after four years of heartbreak

So close but yet so far time and time again, 2018 could be the year that the Cork kingpins finally get what they want.

'Joe is the coach who has picked me over my career. I wouldn’t be here without him'

Devin Toner has been one of Joe Schmidt’s most reliable performers in his eight years in Irish rugby.

Ireland's youngsters discover Euro U19 Elite Round group fate

The winners from each group will qualify to join hosts Armenia in the finals from 14 to 27 July.