Anthony Joshua wins world heavyweight title rematch against Ruiz Jr

Anthony Joshua has won his world heavyweight title rematch against Andy Ruiz Jr by unanimous decision in Saudi Arabia tonight.

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Peter O’Mahony touches down as Munster see off Sarries

Captain Peter O’Mahony claimed a crucial lone try as Munster overcame Saracens 10-3 in a scrappy Heineken Champions Cup contest at a weather-beaten Thomond Park.

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WATCH: Sonaldo Dribbles Entire Pitch And Scores Amazing Solo Goal! This Will Be Tottenham’s Goal Of The Season
Jose’s men are on fire against Burnley today, after a great striker from Harry Kane, Son has just channelled his inner R9 to run the entire length of the pitch to beat the keeper and score. Will this be the clubs goal of the season? See... Read more
Spurs down Kings in overtime

LaMarcus Aldridge scored 19 points and had 13 rebounds in his return from injury to lead the San Antonio Spurs to a 105-104 overtime win over the Sacramento Kings in the NBA.

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Schmidt responds to his captain’s lack of trust claims, says Best spoke ‘inadvertently’

Joe Schmidt has refuted Rory Best’s suggestion that the Ireland head coach didn’t trust his players enough during the World Cup. And he says Best has since texted him to explain he spoke ‘inadvertently’.

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Munster’s Rowntree warns off-field woes will spur Saracens on

Graham Rowntree believes Saracens will be an even more dangerous prospect due to their off-field problems when they visit Munster tomorrow for the sold-out Heineken Champions Cup clash at Thomond Park.

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GAA chief concerned by the impact of ‘keyboard warriors’ on GAA players and officials

Dublin GAA secretary John Costello has voiced concern at the levels of criticism directed towards GAA players and officials on social media.

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Mixed fortunes in Auckland but Olympic hopes remain alive for Irish sailors

In a day of mixed fortunes for the Irish boats competing at the 49er World Championships in Auckland, Olympic qualification hopes remain alive but with a major task falling on young shoulders.

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19-year-old McSharry wins bronze and sets new Irish record at European Championships

Donegal swimmer Mona McSharry has won bronze in the 50m breaststroke competition at the European Short Course Swimming Championships in Glasgow.

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Munster champs will be in same group as Dublin next year, LGFA confirm

Next year’s Munster champions will be in the same group as reigning All-Ireland champions Dublin, the Ladies Gaelic Football Association has confirmed.

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Concentration of players from East Kerry ‘a concern’ for inter-county team, says Kerry GAA secretary

Kerry GAA secretary Peter Twiss is concerned that the dominance of the East Kerry division will lead to Kerry teams becoming “very dependent” on a small pocket of the county.

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Israel Folau settles legal claim after sacking for homophobic social media post

Former Australian rugby union player Israel Folau has settled his legal dispute with Rugby Australia (RA) and New South Wales Rugby Union (NSWRU) after his dismissal for a homophobic social media post.

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Cotter’s Cork future in doubt as she starts life in New York

Orla Cotter says she does not know if she will line out for Cork in next year’s Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship after recently moving to New York.

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Van Graan admits ‘worry’ over Bleyendaal injury

Johann van Graan is not sugar-coating the concern within Munster about Tyler Bleyendaal’s return to the sidelines with another neck injury.

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Olympic dream burns bright for Sevens’ star

Ireland men’s sevens star Terry Kennedy insists experience as an invitational side will stand them in good stead for their World Series bow as ‘a core’ nation in Dubai tomorrow.

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Learning Larmour happy to be Leinster’s Mr Versatile

Sit Jordan Larmour at a table and he’s still hard to pin down.

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Fitzgerald never looked back after Connacht call

Conor Fitzgerald says he hasn’t looked back since resurrecting his career with Connacht after being let go from the Munster academy 18 months ago.

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Min heads multiple Mullins entries for Durkan Chase

Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott are responsible for nine of the 14 remaining entries in the John Durkan Memorial Chase at Punchestown on Sunday.

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Pessoa and Kenny may clash in Riders Masters Cup

This coming Friday will see Team Europe battle with Team Americas in the Riders Masters Cup at the five-star Longines Masters of Paris meeting in France.

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‘Dream come true’ as Sam Bennett joins Deceuninck-QuickStep

Sam Bennett has completed his move to Deceuninck-QuickStep a month after cutting ties with Bora-Hansgrohe.

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