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Rory McIlroy confirmed for 2023 Irish Open
The world number one will return to the K Club where he secured his first professional victory on Irish soil in 2016.
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Roscommon's Dr Hyde Park to host Friday night All-Ireland minor football final
Galway and Mayo will contest the decider in July.
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Moulding midfield partnership with Hume and 'doing stuff differently' for another Munster showdown
The sides will meet in the URC quarter-final on Friday.
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MacHale Park to host Connacht clash between Mayo and Galway following resurfacing work
The sides will meet at the Castlebar venue on 24 April.
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New Cork boss Ronayne names 39-strong panel ahead of league campaign
The Rebels kick off against Meath this weekend.
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Club championship heavyweights and fairytale Royals - today's All-Ireland semi-final showdowns
It’s Mourneabbey v Dunboyne and Kilkerrin-Clonberne v Donaghmoyne in the last four ties.
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Joshua to defend heavyweight titles against former undisputed world cruiserweight champion Usyk
The bout will take place at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in September.
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'It's having that mentality I had as a 22-year-old' - McIlroy out to snap major win drought at US Open
The 32-year-old is looking to recapture his form of 2011 when he tees off Thursday afternoon at Torrey Pines.
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'I couldn't look at a hurl, it was gone that bad' - return of a four-time All-Ireland winner
Katrina Parrock is back with the Wexford camogie team after a five-year break.
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Holders Cavan face Saturday evening trip to Omagh as Ulster championship fixture details confirmed
The provincial final is slated in for Sunday, 1 August, with Down and Donegal getting the competition underway in the preliminary round.
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Missed chance for GAA season and no major recovery needed after 'ball sent bone through skin'
Offally football star Niall McNamee dislocated his finger at training but should be healed by next week.
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Ireland 'chomping at the bit' to finish on a high after France disappointment
Adam Griggs’ side will face Italy in a third/fourth place playoff on Saturday afternoon.
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'We can cause upsets in this tournament' - Ireland revved up for Six Nations after six-month wait
Adam Griggs’ side travel to face Wales this Saturday.
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Five uncapped players named in Ireland squad as Six Nations fixtures released
The competition begins on 3 April.
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Cheddar Plunkett's return as Laois hurling boss and management team confirmed
Ex-Laois football manager John Sugrue and former Limerick and Galway coaches are all on board.
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All-Ireland four-in-a-row chasers Dublin receive timely boost as captain Aherne returns to training
The St Sylvester’s forward picked up the injury in her side’s All-Ireland semi-final victory over Armagh.
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'Absolutely scary... We're grateful it was found early' - Ireland welcome back Naoupu after health scare
The star centre is among a list of key players that have returned to the squad in time for their Six Nations clash with Italy.
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Donegal county final fixed for last weekend in September
The county’s Ulster championship quarter-final against Tyrone is scheduled a month later.
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Tipperary hurling and football finals set for September as championship plans unveiled
The county’s CCC will meet early next week to draw the first round pairings for the various championships.
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Galway and Waterford name strong outfits for hurling league clash
The sides will do battle at Walsh Park on Sunday.
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'A Gaelic style' Aussie Rules goal award and marvelling at a team-mate's recovery from triple-leg break
Donegal’s Yvonne Bonner speaks to The42 ahead of the new AFLW season.
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Springbok Coetzee named in Ulster squad for Pro14 double-header after missing out on World Cup
The back-row was expected to be ruled out for 12 weeks with an ankle injury.
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Questioning if Kilkenny would reach another All-Ireland, injury woes, and being 'hounded for tickets'
Walter Walsh is gearing up for a battle with old foes Tipperary this Sunday.
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USA star hoping for 'total sh*tshow circus' in World Cup quarter-final
The reigning champions will take on tournament hosts France in a highly anticipated clash.
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'I could play if Champions League final was today' - Kane declares himself fit for Liverpool showdown
The Spurs star suffered an ankle injury in April.
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'We could be on our sun loungers, but we’re playing play-off rugby' - McFarland eager for semi-final
Ulster will travel to Scotstoun to take on Glasgow Warriors on Friday.
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Luis Enrique excited by Spain challenge but 'will not change' for critics
The former Barcelona coach was appointed to the Spain job following a disastrous World Cup campaign.
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Kildare name unchanged side from Mayo triumph ahead of clash with Fermanagh
Kildare will do battle with Fermanagh in Round 4 of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers.
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Dubliner Stephen Ormond will have a world title shot on the line in his next fight
‘The Rock’ fights in an IBF world title eliminator in Las Vegas on 5 August.
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Jones back in the Munster mix after injury lay-off
Felix Jones, Mike Sherry and Tommy O’Donnell have been included in Munster’s 28-man squad to face Benetton Treviso.