Rory McIlroy tied for lead at Canadian Open

Rory McIlroy moved into a three-way tie for the lead after a sparkling third round at the RBC Canadian Open.

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Cork cruise past troubled Waterford to win by 13 points

Cork cruised past troubled Waterford in Pairc Ui Chaoimh, eventually winning by 13 points.

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Donegal sweep past Tyrone to book first win in four Championship clashes

Donegal swept past Tyrone to book their place in the Ulster SFC final, scoring a first win over fierce north-west rivals Tyrone in four Championship clashes as they triumphed by four points at Kingspan Breffni Park.

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Former Spurs defender and Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh dies aged 49

Former Spurs defender and Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh has died aged 49.

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Barty crowns tennis comeback with first grand slam singles title at French Open

Ashleigh Barty crowned her comeback to tennis with a first grand slam singles title by beating Czech teenager Marketa Vondrousova at the French Open.

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Mickelson aims to redefine career by claiming grand slam at US Open

Phil Mickelson believes winning the US Open to complete the career grand slam is the only thing which can redefine his career, but whether it would restore his reputation remains up for debate.

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Cleary replaces Fitzgerald as Clare name team for Tipp clash

There has been no wielding of the axe by the Clare management in the wake of last weekend’s 13-point hammering at the hands of Tipperary, with the team named for tomorrow’s game against Limerick showing just one change in personnel.

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Hero’s welcome for Katie Taylor as thousands turn out for Bray homecoming

Katie Taylor has received a hero’s welcome as she returned to her hometown of Bray as the undisputed world champion.

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Ireland U-20s forced into two changes for Australia clash

Ireland head coach Noel McNamara has been forced to make two changes for tomorrow’s World Rugby under-20 Championship match against Australia.

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Donegal make three changes for Ladies Football championship opener against Tyrone

TG4 Ulster champions Donegal have made three changes to the side beaten by Galway in the Lidl NFL Division 1 semi-final for their championship opener against Tyrone tomorrow.

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Dublin succeed in overturning Paul Mannion ban ahead of Leinster semi-final

The Dublin footballers have been given a boost ahead of their Leinster SFC semi-final against Kildare on Sunday.

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Joe Ward turns professional after signing with New York-based promoter

Ireland’s hopes of a medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics have suffered a setback with the news that Westmeath boxer Joe Ward is to turn professional.

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Munster set to appoint Stephen Larkham as backs coach

Munster are set to complete their coaching set up by appointing Australian Stephen Larkham as their backs coach.

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Barr finishes fourth in Rome

Thomas Barr had to make do with fourth-place at tonight’s latest Diamond League meeting in Rome, but the Waterford star did record his second-fastest 400m hurdles of the season as Rai Benjamin of the United States decimated the field.

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David Burke hoping Galway hurlers will bring their training ground form onto pitch against Kilkenny

Galway hurling captain David Burke says the team must bring their training ground form to Nowlan Park this Sunday.

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Steph Curry still on losing side in game three despite scoring 47 points for Golden State

Kawhi Leonard hit 30 points as the Toronto Raptors took a 2-1 series lead in the NBA Finals over the Golden State Warriors with a 123-109 win.

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Patrick Horgan and Martin Reilly named Players of the Month

Cork’s Patrick Horgan and Cavan’s Martin Reilly have been named the PwC GAA/GPA Players of the Month for May.

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Wexford footballer signs Sydney Swans deal

Wexford footballer Barry O’Connor has signed a contract with the Sydney Swans.

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Ireland Under-20s repeat Six Nations heroics with win over England

Captain Charlie Ryan praised the collective efforts of his Ireland Under-20 side as they repeated their Six Nations heroics with a brilliant 42-26 bonus point win over England on the opening day of the World Rugby U-20 Championship in Santa Fe.

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‘I know exactly what Páraic is going through’, says McGrath on Waterford crisis speculation

Former Waterford manager Derek McGrath has rejected claims that the county’s senior hurling team are in crisis.

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