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Soccer - Saturday 8 June, 2019

Dundalk open up five-point gap at top of Premier Division with comfortable defeat of Finn Harps LOI

Dundalk open up five-point gap at top of Premier Division with comfortable defeat of Finn Harps

Michael Duffy, John Mountney and Brian Gartland scored the goals for the league leaders.

Rianna Jarrett hits five as Wexford keep pace behind Peamount at WNL summit WNL

Rianna Jarrett hits five as Wexford keep pace behind Peamount at WNL summit

Peamount emphatically held their advantage at the top of the table by putting seven past Limerick.

Two goals in 60 seconds as Sligo and St Pat's finish level

Jack Keaney gave Rovers the lead on 81 minutes, but Pats equalised within a minute to earn a draw.

Shelbourne hold onto top spot as Longford remain hot on their heels

Karl Moore bagged the all-important goal for Shels today.

Tallaght drama as Derry come from two down to snatch draw against Rovers

Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe got the visitors’ equaliser seven minutes from time.

Washington and Magennis turn it around for Northern Ireland in Estonia

Michael O’Neill’s substitutions sustained his side’s 100% start to qualifying and ended their winless away run.

Ex-Spurs defender, Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh dies aged 49 RIP

Ex-Spurs defender, Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh dies aged 49

The former defender suffered a cardiac arrest last Monday.

Pair of penalties give Spain comeback win over South Africa after Kgatlana cracker

Jennifer Hermosa struck twice from the spot to deliver the win for Spain.

Gwinn's 20-yard drive gives Germany narrow opening win over China Women's World Cup This post contains videos

Gwinn's 20-yard drive gives Germany narrow opening win over China

Germany’s bid for a third World Cup crown got off to a winning start in Rennes.

Inter star Perisic scores one and sets up another in Euro 2020 qualifier win against Wales

Having lost in Hungary last time out, Croatia got their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign back on track.

Phil Neville eyeing World Cup success to make amends for 'unfinished business' with England

Neville’s England side kick off their World Cup campaign against Scotland tomorrow.

Montenegro sack their manager after refusing to attend Euro 2020 qualifier against Kosovo

Ljubisa Tumbakovic has been sacked by Montenegro after the Serbian head coach missed their Euro 2020 qualifier against Kosovo.

'My blood was boiling. It did get a mention beforehand to give you that extra motivation'

Ireland captain Seamus Coleman was encouraged by his side’s performance in Copenhagen last night.

'I could not have dreamed of a better start': France savour World Cup win in front of 45,621 sell-out crowd

The hosts defeated South Korea 4-0 in front of a packed crowd at PSG’s Parc des Princes on Friday night.

'I had to pursue my dreams': Hazard would only have left Chelsea for Real Madrid

The Belgium forward said moving to Madrid was the toughest decision of his career.

'We still think he has been our best centre-back': Southgate defends Stones after Nations League blunders

The Man City defender gifted two goals against the Netherlands in their Nations League semi-final.

'They’ve shown this year already that they’re more than a match for anybody in the league'

Here’s what’s on the menu tonight in the SSE Airtricity League.

'You could hear my scream echo around the stadium. I still feel sick every time I walk past the same place'

Ireland and Man City star Megan Campbell has battled back from the brink once again – and we’ll be seeing plenty of her on our TV screens over the next few weeks.

'They're a great bunch of lads and, with a bit of luck, we might just qualify'

Irish manager Mick McCarthy was delighted with his side’s late draw with Denmark last night.

Soccer - Friday 7 June, 2019

'Same faces, different footprint' - Danish boss praises Ireland's new approach

Age Hareide struck a different tone to that which dominated the big match build-up.

Georgia off the mark as Gibraltar are well beaten ahead of Monday's visit to Dublin

After consecutive defeats, the Georgians picked up their first points in Ireland’s Euro 2020 qualifying group.

Superb goals and VAR in use - Hosts France open Women's World Cup in style Laying Down A Marker This post contains videos

Superb goals and VAR in use - Hosts France open Women's World Cup in style

Wendie Renard led the way as they beat South Korea 4-0 for the dream start.

Luckless Alan Judge breaks wrist in last act of Danish draw

The Ipswich attacker made the difference for Ireland in Copenhagen before injury struck.

McCarthy pays tribute to 'fabulous' Duffy as Ireland snatch a point in Copenhagen Reaction This post contains videos

McCarthy pays tribute to 'fabulous' Duffy as Ireland snatch a point in Copenhagen

Shane Duffy headed in a late equaliser to secure a very valuable draw for the Boys in Green away to Denmark.

Here's how we rated Ireland in their Euro 2020 qualifier against Denmark

The familiar foes played out a 1-1 draw in this evening’s game at Telia Parken in Copenhagen.

Late Duffy header gives imperfect Ireland a vital draw in Copenhagen

The defender’s late header earned Ireland the point which their manager craved.

Done deal! Eden Hazard completes move to Real Madrid from Chelsea

The Belgian striker has joined the Spanish giants on a five-year deal.

As it happened: Denmark v Ireland, Euro 2020 qualifier Minute-by-Minute This post contains a poll

As it happened: Denmark v Ireland, Euro 2020 qualifier

Mick McCarthy’s side were in Copenhagen aiming to remain unbeaten in Group D.

'I am a blue shirt, I am one of yours' - City boss Guardiola ends Juventus speculation

The Serie A champions have been linked with an approach for Pep Guardiola, but he will not be leaving Manchester City.

'A different era now': It's captivating but there's a wider context to the Women's World Cup we can't forget

The tournament should be celebrated and enjoyed but also represents a platform where important issues should not be ignored.

'The biggest thing with women's sport is if you show it to them, they're going to go, 'Alright, it actually is good''

Jacqui Hurley is gearing up to be front-and-centre of the Women’s World Cup coverage on these shores.

No surprises as Mick McCarthy names Irish team to face Denmark

Christian Eriksen starts for the Danes.

English Football League adopts 'Rooney Rule' to address lack of ethnic minority managers

The measure has been taken in the hope of giving BAME coaches more opportunities.

Another Irish player released as U21 international Charsley leaves Everton

The midfielder made just one first-team appearance for the Merseyside club.

Irish defender Hoban let go by Watford after nightmare run of injuries

The 25-year-old has endured a torrid time fitness-wise throughout his senior club career.

Ex-Fulham winger Boa Morte named new Everton assistant manager

The 41-year-old is back in English football as Marco Silva’s number two at Goodison.

Masterson one of three Irish academy players released by Liverpool LFC

Masterson one of three Irish academy players released by Liverpool

Glen McAuley and Corey Whelan will also leave the Premier League club this summer.

Man United make first summer signing with capture of James

The pacy Welsh winger arrives from Championship club Swansea for an initial £15 million.

Giggs backs young Welsh winger's 'exciting' move to Man United

Daniel James is closing in on a move to Old Trafford.

A draw will do just fine as qualifying campaign gets serious against Denmark

Mick McCarthy faces the biggest test of his second Irish reign in Copenhagen tonight.