Cork selector Diarmuid O’Sullivan avoids sideline ban

Cork senior hurling selector Diarmuid O’Sullivan will be free to fulfil his role as maor foirne in the Munster senior hurling championship having avoided a sideline ban.

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Galway hoping for return of captain Louise Ward for top-of-the-table clash with Cork

Galway manager Tim Rabbitt praised his side’s back-to-back wins over Dublin and Tipperary as they closed in on a spot in the Lidl National Football League Division 1 Final.

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Coronavirus: Ireland-France Six Nations clash in doubt

The French government have issued a ban on gatherings of over 1,000 people in reaction to the further spread of the coronavirus.

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‘They killed us in the middle third’: Galway complete 16-point turnaround to topple Tipperary

The proverbial game of two halves in Salthill but a wind-assisted half-time lead of seven points wasn’t nearly enough for Tipperary to hang on.

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Pentland Hills can put himself back in the limelight by winning the Unibet Champion Hurdle on day one of the Cheltenham Festival.

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Michael Moynihan: It was 30 years ago (if you can believe it)

Every sportswriter is a trader in nostalgia. It comes with the territory: Instant memories. Even if you file a match report on the whistle it’s already fading into the past — “matches previously played” was Christopher Hitchens’ phrase.

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Peter Jackson: Wandering hands may land Marler with lengthy ban

Joe Marler’s attempt to emulate Vinny Jones’ notorious ‘nut-cracker’ grab at a teenaged Paul Gascoigne (Wimbledon v Newcastle, February 1988) exposes the England prop to the risk of a 12-week ban at the very least.

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Jack Anderson: Hurling shares India’s approach to traffic laws: Don’t mind the rules

I played hurling into my 40s, the last decade with a terrific club in Belfast called Bredagh.

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Coronavirus forces F1 organisers to stage Bahrain Grand Prix behind closed doors

This month’s Bahrain Grand Prix will take place behind closed doors due to the coronavirus outbreak, organisers have announced.

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Rory McIlroy stays in touch with leader Tyrrell Hatton at Bay Hill

World number one Rory McIlroy kept himself in contention heading into the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, where England’s Tyrrell Hatton holds a two-shot lead after another testing day at Bay Hill.

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England beat Wales 33-30 in Six Nations clash at Twickenham

Manu Tuilagi red card however overshadows England’s Six Nations win over Wales.

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LGFA  choose Micheál Naughton as President-elect

The Sligo native, representing Donegal and Ulster, was voted in by delegates attending LGFA Congress

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Blow for Kerry as Donie Buckley ‘no longer a member’ of management team

“I wish to confirm that Donie Buckley is no longer a member of the Kerry Senior Football Management Team.”

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Borris-Ileigh’s Brendan Maher named Club Hurler of the Year

The awards were judged by a team of national GAA media.

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Rory McIlroy two shots behind joint leader Tyrell Hatton at Bay Hill

England’s Tyrrell Hatton carded a 69 to put himself into contention at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill as overnight leader Matt Every tumbled down the leaderboard.

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Matt Every edges Rory McIlroy for overnight lead at Bay Hill

Matt Every shot an opening-day 65 to claim the overnight lead in the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill in Orlando.

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Seven Corofin players make Club Team of the Year

Three-in-a-row winning Corofin have seen seven of their players make the AIB GAA Club Team of the Year.

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Bonner hails Donegal’s vital win over Monaghan

Having blown promising positions against Mayo, Galway and then Dublin, Donegal made some amends yesterday in Ballyshannon to blow Monaghan away with a degree of comfort.

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GAA: Division 1 games in both codes survive the weather; Fermanagh v Armagh off

The re-scheduled meeting of Mayo and Kerry will get underway in Castlebar from 1pm.

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Tyrone wipes out Dublin’s unbeaten start under Dessie Farrell

An outrageous night for a game of football finished with a cracking Rory Brennan goal as Tyrone wiped out Dublin’s unbeaten start under Dessie Farrell.

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