Serpentine makes all to give O’Brien record eighth Derby victory

Serpentine sprang a 25-1 surprise as he made all for a famous victory in the Investec Derby at Epsom.

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Patrick Sarsfield defies 15lb hike to land Navan spoils

A 15lb hike up the handicap for a facile success at Leopardstown was not enough to prevent a second success of the season for Patrick Sarsfield, who took the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Nasrullah Premier Handicap for Joseph O’Brien and Declan McDonogh at Navan yesterday.

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‘Auf Wiedersehen’: Leroy Sane completes move to Bayern Munich from Manchester City

Leroy Sane has completed his move from Manchester City to Bayern Munich.

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Avondhu and Seandún opt not to take part in divisional club GAA in 2020

Beara, Carbery, Duhallow, and UCC will each enter a team in this year’s Cork Premier Senior football championship, while Imokilly and UCC are headed straight for the final of the colleges/divisional hurling section given the vast majority of divisions are opting not to put forward a hurling team.

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Man City follow show of respect with statement of intent

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Relegation format backlash could delay Premier Division restart plans

The FAI are confident they are legally protected from any form of redress by angry clubs after their board ratified a controversial promotion/relegation format to the shortened season.

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Football rumours: Arsenal offloading Matteo Guendouzi and Jadon Sancho’s move in trouble

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Anthony Daly: Do Tipp have the savagery to go for back-to-back titles?

When Clarecastle met Newmarket-on-Fergus in the 1992 championship, we went into the game as raging hot favourites, not just because we were reigning county champions, but because of the way the modern tradition between the clubs had been emphatically turned on its head.

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FA Cup: Kevin De Bruyne eases Man City past Newcastle in quarter-final

Having finally been knocked off their perch at the summit of English football, Manchester City were clearly in no mood to relinquish a second piece of precious silverware in the space of three days.

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FA Cup: Wilder rages at divers as Arsenal seek Cup consolation at Sheffield

The FA Cup is once again coming to the rescue of an Arsenal manager as Mikel Arteta steered his side to the club’s 30th semi-final in a competition they have already won a record 13 times.

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‘You’ll Never, Ever, Walk Alone’: Liverpool CEO pays tribute to Sean Cox after title win

Liverpool’s CEO has paid tribute to Irish fan Sean Cox after Reds secured their first title in 30 years.

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Kerry club chairmen say pitches should have opened earlier

Two Kerry club chairmen believe GAA pitches could have been opened earlier than yesterday.

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Patrickswell meet Adare and Doon in Limerick SHC

Champions Patrickswell were grouped with Adare and Doon in tonight’s draw for the Limerick SHC.

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Report: Tyson Fury parts ways with Daniel Kinahan

Heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury has cut ties with Daniel Kinahan, according to reports in a British newspaper this morning.

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Leeds beaten by Cardiff on return to Championship action

Sky Bet Championship promotion favourites Leeds suffered a setback on their return to action as they were beaten 2-0 by Cardiff in the Welsh capital.

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John Joe Sheehan: The Kingdom’s unassuming inspiration

The funeral mass for the late John Joe Sheehan takes place at St Patrick’s Church, Rochestown tomorrow afternoon.

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FAI Cup still in doubt as League of Ireland resumption talks continue

The possible cancellation of this season’s FAI Cup – at an estimated saving of €300,000 – is still on the table in talks surrounding the resumption of the League of Ireland.

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Dungiven GAA answer the call in their community’s hour of need

Demand is nowhere near what it was at the height of lockdown, but even as we make a slow return to normality, Derry’s Dungiven club will continue assisting the vulnerable and elderly members of their community.

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Peaceful claims Irish 1,000 Guineas crown at Curragh

Peaceful provided Aidan O’Brien with another Classic victory when running out an impressive winner of the Tattersalls Irish 1,000 Guineas at the Curragh.

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Siskin overcame a troubled passage to ultimately power to victory in the Tattersalls Irish 2,000 Guineas at the Curragh.

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