Sugrue and O’Keeffe to lead Munster into Interprovincial Championships

Mallow’s James Sugrue and Peter O’Keeffe of Douglas will lead an experienced Munster side into the Interprovincial Championships in Athenry from the 29th to 31st of August.

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Irish boxer TJ Doheny is IBF World Super Bantamweight champion

TJ Doheny has become the new IBF World Super Bantamweight champion after defeating Japan’s Ryosuke Iwasa.

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‘Emergency supply’ of Limerick jerseys ordered as county goes green for All-Ireland

Emergency supplies of hurleys, sliotars, and green and white jerseys have been ordered for a Limerick sports shop, as All-Ireland fever takes over the city and county.

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Tipp will need resolute defence to shock All-Ireland champions Cork

Tipperary have built on last year’s campaign by moving one step further in reaching the last four.

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Three potential Ireland medals on the line at the Para Swimming European Championships

Three Irish swimmers will have the chance to win medals at the World Para Swimming European Championships this evening.

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Joe Quaid: Limerick team have the right attitude to win

Limerick legend Joe Quaid believes their players have the right mental approach to finally end their 45-year wait to lift the Liam McCarthy Cup this Sunday.

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GAA: Touted tickets will be cancelled

Ahead of the All-Ireland hurling and football finals, the GAA have issued a warning for anyone thinking of buying or selling touted tickets.

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Conor Whelan reminds people of human element to inter-county scene

When the players involved in the All-Ireland SHC final are retiring to their beds next Saturday night, Niall Donohue is sure to pop into Conor Whelan’s mind.

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Father and son to go head-to-head for Ebor Festival opening day

Aidan and Joseph O’Brien who twice teamed up as trainer and jockey to land York’s richest race, the Juddmonte International, look set to go head to head with classic winners in the £1 million showpiece of the Ebor Festival on its opening day next Wednesday.

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Ollie Canning backs Galway to retain All-Ireland title

Four-time All-Star Ollie Canning believes Galway’s experience will see them retain the Liam McCarthy Cup.

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Cincinnati Masters match delayed after Kyrgios forgot his shoes

The start of a match at the Cincinnati Masters was delayed because Nick Kyrgios forgot his tennis shoes.

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Bristol head coach Pat Lam eyeing Champions Cup qualification

Bristol head coach Pat Lam has targeted achieving Heineken Champions Cup qualification on their Premiership return.

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Pat Smullen remains positive in cancer battle

Pat Smullen is “on to the next step” of his recovery as he continues to receive treatment for a tumour which was found earlier this year.

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Natasha Yaremczuk committed anti-doping rule violation, rules Sport Ireland

Sport Ireland have announced that Natasha Yaremczuk has committed a violation of the Irish Anti-Doping Rules following a doping control test immediately following her participation at the 2017 Dublin City Marathon.

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Celtic Cup: New rugby development competition announced between Ireland and Wales

The IRFU and the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) have announced a new development competition for emerging professional players from the two countries.

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Swimmer Sean O’Riordan achieves PB at European Championships; gets Leaving Cert results on same day

Today is an important day for teenagers around the country as the anxious wait for the Leaving Cert results finally comes to an end.

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Kvitova sees off Williams in second round of W&S Open

Serena Williams has exited the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati after a gruelling second-round defeat to Petra Kvitova.

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Paddy Jackson: Once I got out on the pitch, I felt like I just came out of my shell

Paddy Jackson says he’s thrilled to be back playing rugby and his debut for Perpignan last week was like his “first game.”

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‘One of the strong points of the GAA’: Dublin star praises Asian Games ahead of 2018 edition

There will be more players – and bigger crowds – than ever before at the forthcoming FEXCO Asian Gaelic Games in Bangkok.

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Concerns over future of flat racing at Ballinrobe after abandoned meeting

The fixture was halted after only three races due to horses losing their footing.

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