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Dublin: 3 °C Monday 11 November, 2019

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# report - Sunday 3 November, 2019

Kelly inspires Wexford Youths to FAI Cup title defence in five-goal thriller at the Aviva Wexford Way This post contains videos

Kelly inspires Wexford Youths to FAI Cup title defence in five-goal thriller at the Aviva

Player of the Match Lauren Kelly was on the double, while captain Kylie Murphy also helped the holders past league champions Peamount.

# report - Saturday 2 November, 2019

Man City earn late win to keep pace with Liverpool

An 86th-minute Kyle Walker goal earned Pep Guardiola’s team all three points.

Joy for Liverpool as 94th-minute Mane goal seals dramatic victory

Aston Villa had led for much of the contest, with Andy Robertson equalising in the 87th minute.

Rassie's sensational Springboks stun England to claim World Cup crown

Superb tries from wings Makazole Mapimpi and Cheslin Kolbe capped a complete display.

# report - Monday 28 October, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Opening a store in New York led to the collapse of Orla Kiely business, report claims Fashion

Opening a store in New York led to the collapse of Orla Kiely business, report claims

The collapse of Kiely Rowan plc with debts of €8.4 million occurred in September 2018.

# report - Sunday 27 October, 2019

Erasmus' Boks set up World Cup final with England after edging Wales

Handré Pollard’s place-kicking was crucial as the Boks edged the semi-final in Yokohama.

# report - Saturday 26 October, 2019

Tom Farrell's stoppage-time try sees Connacht clinch bonus point win against Cheetahs

Andy Friend’s side coughed up a nine point lead but pushed late for a dramatic win on Saturday.

Ross Byrne penalty the only score as Leinster prevail in dull affair against Zebre

Leo Cullen’s side extended their lead at the top of Conference A after a low-scoring victory in Parma.

Sterling, De Bruyne and Gündogan on target as Man City ease past Aston Villa

Pep Guardiola’s side had Fernandinho sent off late on for a second yellow card at the Etihad.

Eddie Jones' sensational England dethrone the All Blacks in Japan

The back-to-back winners lost their first World Cup game since 2007.

# report - Thursday 24 October, 2019

Nicolas Pepe scores two brilliant free-kicks as Arsenal prevail in five-goal thriller Vitoria

The Gunners secured a late 3-2 win against Vitória de Guimarães at the Emirates.

Jullien's 89th-minute header earns Celtic dramatic Europa League win against Lazio

Neil Lennon’s side came from a goal behind to secure all three points at Parkhead.

Jimenez penalty earns Wolves important Europa League away win in Bratislava

Nuno Espírito Santo’s side were reduced to 10 men late on, but held on for an important three points.

Inexperienced teenage duo feature as Man United edge Partizan

James Garner and Brandon Williams were both handed starts by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tonight.

# report - Monday 21 October, 2019

From TheJournal.ie One-third of Irish adults over 50 report feeling lonely at least some of the time Loneliness

One-third of Irish adults over 50 report feeling lonely at least some of the time

The report will be launched today by researchers at Trinity College Dublin.

# report - Sunday 20 October, 2019

Sice saves the day for All-Ireland club champions Corofin and sends Galway football final to a replay

The seven-in-a-row bid lives on after Corofin avoided a massive upset at the hands of Tuam Stars.

Rassie's Springboks power into semi-finals to end Brave Blossoms' World Cup

The hosts couldn’t match the power and patience of the South Africans in Tokyo.

Moriarty's late try seals World Cup semi-final berth for Gatland's Wales

Wales secured a tense, one-point win over 14-man France.

# report - Saturday 19 October, 2019

10-man Madrid stunned by Mallorca as Zidane's men suffer first league defeat of the season

Real Madrid had Alvaro Odriozola sent off in the second half during their 1-0 defeat.

David Clifford scores 1-6 as pinpoint East Kerry book semi-final spot at the expense of Dingle

The young Kerry star was in fine form on Saturday night in Tralee.

Irish teen Aaron Connolly retains starting spot as 10-man Brighton undone by Villa

Jack Grealish equalised on the brink of half-time, before Matt Targett’s injury-time winner.

A sorry end to the Schmidt era as All Blacks obliterate Ireland at the World Cup

Despite huge Irish support, Schmidt’s side were dire to record yet another quarter-final defeat.

# report - Friday 18 October, 2019

Finn Harps set for promotion-relegation play-off following first win since August

The Donegal-based side overcame Waterford in Ballybofey tonight.

Cork City end on a high at home, as they upset Dundalk

Dáire O’Connor’s goal ensured the Rebel Army picked up the three points.

10-man Bohemians secure European football after grabbing point in Dublin derby

Keith Long’s men will play in the Europa League qualifiers next summer after securing a 0-0 draw in Inchicore.

UCD relegation confirmed after Shamrock Rovers loss

Joey O’Brien, Graham Cummins and Brandon Kavanagh all netted for the Hoops.

# report - Tuesday 15 October, 2019

Georgia overcome Gibraltar in 5-goal thriller

Giorgi Kvilitaia ultimately broke the hosts’ hearts with six minutes to go.

Ireland running out of Euro 2020 chances as they are outclassed in Swiss defeat

Seamus Coleman was sent off as Mick McCarthy’s side fell to a 2-0 loss in Geneva.

From TheJournal.ie Climate change could lead to a rise in the already 'alarming' levels of world hunger Hunger Report

Climate change could lead to a rise in the already 'alarming' levels of world hunger

The number of people who are undernourished worldwide has risen to 822 million in 2018.

# report - Monday 14 October, 2019

Giroud on target against Turkey but France forced to wait on Euro 2020 qualification spot

Olivier Giroud put France ahead at the Stade de France but Kaan Ayhan nodded in an equaliser.

# report - Saturday 12 October, 2019

Denmark beat Switzerland to go level on points with Ireland

Yussuf Poulsen scored an 84th-minute winner, coolly slotting the ball home.

Aki red the only blot as Ireland secure World Cup quarter-final with big win over Samoa

Joe Schmidt’s men were back somewhere close to their best in a seven-try victory in Fukuoka.

# report - Friday 11 October, 2019

Bolger's late winner sees Rovers past survival-seeking Finn Harps at Tallaght LOI
Drama as Cabinteely beat Longford on penalties to advance in play-offs Perseverance This post contains videos

Drama as Cabinteely beat Longford on penalties to advance in play-offs

Rob Manley scored the winning penalty for his side.

Cork City retain top-flight status at UCD's expense amid 5-goal thriller

The Students needed to take something from the game to have a realistic chance of staying up.

Bohemians just one point from Europa League football thanks to Wade-Slater and Wright

Keith Long’s side secured an impressive 2-1 win against Dundalk on Friday.

Leinster turn on the style again to put Edinburgh to the sword at the RDS

Leo Cullen’s side made it three bonus-point wins from three at the start of the Pro14 season.

# report - Thursday 10 October, 2019

Troy Parrott and Moise Kean sent off, as Ireland draw with Italy in front of record Tallaght crowd Report This post contains videos

Troy Parrott and Moise Kean sent off, as Ireland draw with Italy in front of record Tallaght crowd

Both sides carved out decent chances to win it, but it ended scoreless.

# report - Tuesday 8 October, 2019

Feely and Figueira on target as Waterford make it three wins from four

Alan Reynolds’ men secured a 2-0 win at RSC on Tuesday night.

# report - Sunday 6 October, 2019

Dream debut for teenager, as Newcastle heap misery on Man United

Matty Longstaff’s goal ensured a memorable day for the Magpies.

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