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# report - Wednesday 12 June, 2019

PSG midfielder Daebritz on target as Germany see off Spain to earn back-to-back wins Winning Ways This post contains videos

PSG midfielder Daebritz on target as Germany see off Spain to earn back-to-back wins

Sara Daebritz earned the Germans a hard-fought three points by pouncing three minutes before the break.

Stephen Kenny's Ireland knocked out of Toulon Tournament by brilliant Brazil Disappointment This post contains videos

Stephen Kenny's Ireland knocked out of Toulon Tournament by brilliant Brazil

They will now face Mexico in the third-place play-off.

Injury-hit Ireland run out of steam in semi-final points chase

A bonus-point win over Italy is unlikely to be enough for Noel McNamara’s side to advance to the last four of the U20 World Championship.

# report - Monday 10 June, 2019

Brady's late header adds gloss to uninspiring Ireland win over Gibraltar

The Burnley midfielder came off the bench to score in a 2-0 victory in tonight’s Euro 2020 qualifier.

# report - Sunday 9 June, 2019

Cavan end 18-year wait for Ulster final after pulsating replay win over Armagh

Mickey Graham’s men will face Donegal in the provincial decider.

All-Ireland champions Limerick send out clear message with 18-point hammering of Clare

Aaron Gillane finished up with 1-11 at the Gaelic Grounds.

# report - Saturday 8 June, 2019

Kawhi Leonard posts 36 points as Toronto Raptors close in on first ever NBA title Game 4 This post contains videos

Kawhi Leonard posts 36 points as Toronto Raptors close in on first ever NBA title

Raptors star Leonard posted 36 points and 12 rebounds to leave Golden State’s three-peat quest on the brink.

# report - Thursday 6 June, 2019

Late VAR drama as Jesse Lingard goal ruled out by inches Close Calls This post contains videos

Late VAR drama as Jesse Lingard goal ruled out by inches

England and Netherlands both had nervy moments in the second half of the Nations League semi-finals.

Stephen Kenny's Ireland keep qualification hopes on track with Mexico draw

The Boys in Green could qualify for the semi-finals by beating Bahrain in their final group game.

# report - Wednesday 5 June, 2019

Ronaldo rape lawsuit in US 'not dropped'

The 34-year-old has strongly denied the accusations against him.

# report - Tuesday 4 June, 2019

7 Real Valladolid players paid to lose match - report

Retired footballer Carlos Aranda was arrested last week on suspicion of leading the ring.

# report - Saturday 1 June, 2019

Liverpool beat Tottenham to triumph in Champions League final

Mo Salah scored the game’s opening goal, before Divock Origi got a second late on.

# report - Friday 31 May, 2019

Simon Madden scores with virtually the game's last kick to earn Pat's a dramatic draw with Cork

The Leesiders were ahead before a last-gasp goal.

# report - Saturday 25 May, 2019

Valencia score twice in 13 minutes to stun Barcelona and win Copa del Rey for the first time since 2008

Goals from Kevin Gameiro and Rodrigo saw Valencia scupper Barca’s hopes of completing a domestic double.

Cathal McShane leads the way as Tyrone book Ulster semi-final spot with 14-point victory

Mickey Harte’s men booked their place in this year’s Ulster SFC final with a 14 point win.

Leinster go back-to-back in the Pro14 as they edge Glasgow at Celtic Park

Leo Cullen’s men secured their sixth title in the competition in tough conditions in Glasgow.

0-13 for Conway as Kerry claim key Joe McDonagh Cup victory against Westmeath

Fintan O’Connor’s side bounced back from their opening round defeat to Antrim with a narrow win in Mullingar on Saturday.

# report - Friday 24 May, 2019

Shamrock Rovers overcome Cork to keep pace with leaders Dundalk

Joey O’Brien and Roberto Lopes got the goals for the Hoops.

# report - Thursday 23 May, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Taoiseach will act upon report which lists catalogue of failures into HSE and Tusla handling of foster home abuse case Systemic Failures

Taoiseach will act upon report which lists catalogue of failures into HSE and Tusla handling of foster home abuse case

The children involved were left with a foster family for several years despite abuse claims.

# report - Wednesday 22 May, 2019

Ex-Irish international in the running for Dundee manager's job alongside Strachan

Jim Goodwin’s stock has risen after he steered Alloa Athletic to safety in the Scottish Championship.

# report - Tuesday 21 May, 2019

Toner's first-half header the difference as St Pat's edge Derry in scrappy Inchicore clash

The ex-Villa defender ultimately settled the tie.

# report - Sunday 19 May, 2019

Netherlands crowned U17 European Champions as nearly 6,000 fans pack Tallaght Stadium

In a repeat of last year’s final an impressive Netherlands side saw off Italy 4-2 in Dublin.

Silke inspires Galway to Connacht final spot as Tribsemen seek back-to-back crowns

Kevin Walsh’s men booked their place in the Connacht football final on Sunday at Markievicz Park.

Ireland striker Barrett nets a double as Peamount United maintain top spot

The league leaders left Bishopstown with all three points with a 3-0 win against Cork City.

Jason Forde stars with 1-9 as Tipperary see off Waterford to secure back-to-back wins

Liam Sheedy’s side beat the Déise by 18 points with an impressive performance at Semple Stadium.

Flynn the standout performer as Limerick and Cork share minor spoils

There was late drama in this afternoon’s Munster minor hurling championship clash at the Gaelic Grounds.

# report - Saturday 18 May, 2019

Manchester City smash six past Watford to claim FA Cup and seal historic domestic treble

David Silva, Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Jesus and Kevin de Bruyne were all on target at Wembley.

# report - Friday 17 May, 2019

Sixth consecutive win over Cork City keeps champions Dundalk flying high

The Lilywhites defied a missed penalty and a late red card to pick up a deserved victory at Turner’s Cross.

Ulster blown away by rampant Glasgow in Pro14 semi-final mauling

Dave Rennie’s side ran in seven tries to emphatically book their place in next Saturday’s decider.

# report - Tuesday 14 May, 2019

Wembley date for Ireland duo Hourihane and Whelan after Villa beat West Brom on penalties

Aston Villa overcame the Baggies on spot-kicks at the Hawthorns on Tuesday night.

# report - Monday 13 May, 2019

Uefa panel to recommend Manchester City Champions League ban - report

Not the best of news after they were crowned Premier League champions yesterday.

# report - Sunday 12 May, 2019

Late surge sees Meath edge out battling Offaly in Navan to march on in Leinster

Bryan McMahon’s crucial late goal helped the Royals avoid an upset.

Tottenham confirm top-four spot, but Chelsea pip them to third

The Blues’ 0-0 draw with Leicester ensured they finished ahead of Spurs in third spot.

Man United's dire season ends with defeat at home to already-relegated Cardiff

The Red Devils produced another poor display at Old Trafford.

Despair for Liverpool despite Wolves win

The Reds had to settle for the runners-up spot after Man City’s triumph.

Cooney's crucial goal leads unconvincing Galway to six-point win over Carlow

Without Joe Canning, the Tribesmen got off to a winning start at Pearse Stadium.

Man City crowned Premier League champions after emphatic Brighton victory

Pep Guardiola’s side were too good for Chris Hughton’s men.

# report - Saturday 11 May, 2019

Six goals and two missed penalties sees Waterford and Sligo share the spoils at the RSC

Liam Buckley’s Bit O’Red left with a point after a dramatic encounter against Waterford on Saturday.

Roofe gives Leeds play-off advantage as Bielsa's men leave Derby with crucial semi-final win

Kemar Roofe’s second-half strike gave Leeds a one-goal advantage at Pride Park on Saturday afternoon.

Ex-Cork City striker on target as Avondale seal seventh FAI Intermediate Cup crown in 14 years

Mark O’Sullivan’s brilliant solo effort at the Aviva Stadium saw Avondale United overcome Crumlin United.