Ventzel wins it for Mounthawk in overtime thriller

The local derby semi-final clash between crosstown rivals Tralee CBS and Mercy Mounthawk exceeded all the pre-game hype at a packed Tralee Sports Complex this afternoon, with Mounthawk winning an overtime thriller to qualify for the National Cup Final.

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Dublin to play two ‘double-header’ fixtures at Croke Park

Lidl National League Division 1 champions Dublin will play two glamour 2019 regulation fixtures at Croke Park.

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Thurles and St John the Baptist to meet in replay after 90 mins of blistering Harty Cup hurling

Sixty minutes plus injury-time, 20 minutes of extra-time, another 10 minutes of “extra” extra-time, and still these brave teams couldn’t be separated as they put everything they had into trying to earn a place in this year’s Harty Cup semi-final.

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Goals aplenty as Midleton advance to Harty Cup semi-final

GOALS were the order of the day for Midleton CBS at Bansha yesterday as they crushed Our Lady’s Templemore to reach the last four of the Dr Harty Cup.

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Ultan Dillane extends contract with Connacht

Ireland international Ultan Dillane has committed his future to Connacht and signed a two-year extension to his contract.

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A county ‘gasping for change’: All-Ireland winners help Cork set out its football vision to 2024

The five-year plan up to 2024 will be resourced by a number of key appointments who will oversee development, progress and talent in Cork from schools up to elite level.

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Cork team to face Clare announced

The Cork team to play Clare in the McGrath Cup Final on Saturday at 2pm, has been announced.

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Burning Ambition team harbouring festival ambition

Trainer Pierce Power said the eight-year-old will be entered at “all the Festivals”.

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Report: Ian Keatley to leave Munster at end of season

Ian Keatley could leave Munster at the end of the season.

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Padraig Harrington expected to be named Europe’s Ryder Cup captain

Padraig Harrington is expected to be named as Europe’s captain for the 2020 Ryder Cup today.

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The Six Nations 2019 schedule in full

Reigning champions Ireland begin the defence of their title against England in Dublin on Saturday, February 2 with France and Wales opening the tournament in Paris the day before.

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Munster’s Farrell a ‘big concern’ for Gloucester clash after knee injury

Chris Farrell is danger of missing Munster’s Champion Cup trip to Gloucester on Friday night after suffering a knee injury in last Saturday’s league win at Connacht.

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Henshaw fitness boost for Leinster and Ireland but Sexton a doubt for Toulouse tie

Robbie Henshaw has offered Leo Cullen and Joe Schmidt a welcome slice of New Year cheer with the news that the Leinster centre is due to return to training this week.

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James Horan’s Mayo secures penalty-shoot-out win against Leitrim

James Horan wants to make history in his second stint as Mayo manager but little did he think that a nugget of it would come in his first match back as they advanced to a FBD League semi-final showdown with Galway on the back of a penalty shootout.

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O’Byrne Cup wrap: Meath tee up clash with rivals Dublin

Meath will face their old rivals Dublin for the second time in a matter of weeks after beating Wexford 1-20 to 1-13 in Enniscorthy to qualify for the last four.

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Clare beat Waterford to line up final clash with Tipperary

Clare will face Tipperary in the Co-Op Superstores Munster SHL final, having beaten Waterford in Fraher Field, Dungarvan in front of 3,039 spectators.

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Here’s what to watch out for in NFL’s Wild Card week

It’s Wild Card week in the NFL, and for the casual watcher, it’s about now that things get interesting.

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Ciarán O’Sullivan steps down as Cork selector

Cork senior football selector Ciarán O’Sullivan is stepping down from his position, Cork County Board has confirmed.

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Guinness PRO14: Munster banish poor away form with bonus-point victory over Connacht

Munster took pole position of Conference A in the Guinness PRO14 on Saturday night as they scored a bonus-point victory against interprovincial rivals Connacht and banished their poor away form.

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Guinness PRO14: Leinster seconds swat aside Ulster’s reserves

This looked kinda promising on paper.

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