‘We’re ready to go again’: Philip Fenton back training after three-year suspension

Fenton was punished for the possession of anabolic steroids.

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Geraint Thomas takes stage 11 and yellow jersey; Dan Martin leaps into top-ten

Geraint Thomas will wear the yellow jersey after winning stage 11 of the Tour de France in La Rosiere to take the overall lead.

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Limerick a different beast under John Kiely

Mentally, this Limerick team are a different beast.

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‘Ellen was such a great person, it was a very difficult time’: Wicklow star speaks about her sister’s death

At just 16 years of age, Ellen Kinch lost a two-and-a-half-year battle with cancer.

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Irishman’s impressions so good they’re getting praise from pro golfers

Irish impressionist Conor Moore has landed a gig with America’s largest TV network.

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Lions captain Sam Warburton retires from rugby, aged 29

Lions captain Sam Warburton has retired from rugby union at the age of 29.

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Former World Rugby Development manager to replace Declan Kidney at UCC

Kildare man Morgan Buckley takes over the role after eight years with rugby’s governing body, where his brief was growing the game globally.

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No place like home: Noel Connors on where he wants Waterford to play in 2019

With the proposed redevelopment of Walsh Park not expected to be complete until late in 2019, at the earliest, Waterford, next year, will again play their two Munster championship home fixtures outside of the county.

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Meet the Irishman leading the Formula 3 Cup Championship

Former Irish Young Racing Driver of the Year Cian Carey promises he is “not getting ahead” of himself despite securing his fourth win of the Formula 3 Cup Championship season last weekend at Oulton Park.

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Dan Martin seventh on stage 10 as Greg Van Avermaet extends Tour de France lead

Greg Van Avermaet extended his lead in the yellow jersey with a superb ride as Julian Alaphilippe won stage 10 of the Tour de France.

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Cork star Colm O’Neill forced to retire from inter-county football

“Unfortunately due to medical advice I have been left with no option but to retire from inter county football.”

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Toulon owner fined €75,000 for ‘discriminating and insulting’ comments

He criticised the morals of the “Mormon Welsh and Irish” and defended the use of a homophobic slur.

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Cork and Galway winners of GAA Player of the Month awards

Cork’s Patrick Horgan and Galway’s Shane Walsh have been voted as the PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Month award winners for June.

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Mayo midfielder Barry Moran retires from inter-county football

Moran played 13 seasons for Mayo and in five All-Ireland finals, through the ups and downs of Mayo’s luckless pursuit for Sam Maguire.

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Tommy Fleetwood: Course-record experience of Carnoustie has no relevance

European number one Tommy Fleetwood may hold the course record at Carnoustie but he is under no illusions that the 63 he shot at last October’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship was on a very different set-up to the challenge being posed at this week’s 147th Open.

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Cork City Sports sees Phil Healy break Irish 200m record

Phil Healy has become the first Irish woman to run the 200-metres in under 23-seconds.

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Padraig Harrington sure Rory McIlroy will be back in the winner’s circle soon

Padraig Harrington claims it is only a matter of time before Rory McIlroy starts winning majors again despite rivals having caught him up.

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John Divilly: Kerry must make ‘four or five’ changes for Clones

Éamonn Fitzmaurice will have to make four or five changes and revive Kerry’s running game if he is to save the Kingdom’s season in Clones next Sunday, according to former Galway All-Ireland winner John Divilly.

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Irish contenders learn pairings and tee times for Open’s return to Carnoustie

Padraig Harrington won at Carnoustie in 2007 and is the last player to win back-to-back titles.

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‘Tactically, Kerry are a bit of a mess’: Sunday Game panel criticise Kerry’s tactics and subs

Ciarán Whelan, Colm Cooper and Seán Cavanagh expressed concern for Kerry’s Super 8s prospects.

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