Ireland’s Shannon McCurley wins silver at European Track Championships

Ireland’s Shannon McCurley has won a silver medal in the scratch race on day 1 of the European Track Championships in the Netherlands.

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Japan success set to rock world rugby order

Whether or not Japan, the Brave Blossoms, continue to defy the odds, in this Sunday’s World Cup quarter-final, the success of Jamie Joseph’s side, on home soil, should open doors at world rugby’s top table.

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Magnetism of hosts leaves South Africa in the shade

Four years on from that famous defeat in Brighton, and South Africa are again playing second-fiddle to Japan.

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La Liga seek to move El Clasico amid Catalonia protests

The Spanish top flight want the ‘El Clasico’ match switched to Madrid, with Barcelona then playing at home in March next year.

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Patrick Hoban targets 100 goals as he signs deal to stay at Dundalk until 2021

The striker has signed a new two-year deal with the League of Ireland champions which will see him stay at Oriel Park until the end of the 2021 season.

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TJ Doheny says he is ready for rematch with Danny Roman

The Portlaoise southpaw took his professional record to 22 wins from 23 fights with a sixth-round stoppage victory over Jesus Martinez in Chicago last weekend.

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Rodrigo’s late blast fires Spain to finals

Spain needed an injury-time goal from Rodrigo to book their place at Euro 2020 with two matches to spare.

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Quartet excel in trial for European championships

James O’Donovan, Tim Young, Billy McAuliffe, and Aidan Murphy were the top four performers in Sunday’s senior men’s trials for the Irish road team at next year’s European championships in Germany.

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Update: Ireland’s Euro 2020 qualifier to go ahead as pitch passes inspection

Update: The Republic of Ireland’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Switzerland will go ahead after the referee carried out a pitch inspection at the Stade Geneve.

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Ireland Under-21s suffer first Euro 2021 qualifying defeat in Iceland

Republic of Ireland Under-21s suffered their first Euro 2021 qualifier defeat with a 1-0 loss to Iceland.

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Ireland one win away from sealing spot at Euro 2020 as Connolly set for first start

Mick McCarthy’s side head into this evening’s away match in Switzerland still unbeaten in Group D.

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Tributes pour in for retiring Waterford hurler Michael ‘Brick’ Walsh

Waterford legend Michael ‘Brick’ Walsh has announced his retirement from inter-county hurling

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Ronaldo scores 700th career goal but cannot prevent Portugal defeat

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 700th career goal as Portugal fell to a 2-1 defeat to Ukraine, who became the fifth team to qualify for Euro 2020.

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DJ Carey confirmed as selector in Kilkenny set-up for Brian Cody’s 22nd year in charge

DJ Carey will join Brian Cody on the sidelines as the Kilkenny boss was ratified for his 22nd year in charge of the Cats.

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Quarter-final preparation times a matter of horses for courses

Like it or not, last weekend’s typhoon-related cancellations in the final round of World Cup pool games have given us some inequitable quarter-final match-ups in terms of preparation times for the protagonists.

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Bundee Aki’s World Cup is over  after receiving three-week ban

Ireland’s bid to overturn Aki’s red card sanction proves unsuccessful.

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Ireland fans set up Facebook page to help frantic ticket swaps

Travelling fans have been left flat-footed after Japan top Pool A at Ireland’s expense

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‘Ireland will need something special’ – New Zealand press reacts to Ireland quarter-final

New Zealand press not giving Joe Schmidt’s side much chance of causing an upset.

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WATCH: The best tries of the #RWC2019 pool stages

We’ve rounded up the best tries of the Rugby World Cup group stages, featuring some outrageous rugby skills.

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Watch Douglas vs Nemo Rangers in Cork SFC semi-final 2019

Watch deferred coverage of the Cork SFC semi-final between Douglas and Nemo Rangers in Páirc Uí Rinn.

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