Northern Ireland Football League and IFA cast doubt over new champions cup game

The Northern Ireland Football League (NIFL) have poured cold water over the FAI’s announcement a new cross-border competition.

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England’s Mako Vunipola to miss remainder of Six Nations

England prop Mako Vunipola has been ruled out of the remainder of the Guinness Six Nations by an ankle injury.

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Relive 113 All-Ireland finals as GAA launch new digital archive

The GAA has launched a new digital archive which will provide free access to matches of yesteryear to fans around the world.

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New competition to see League of Ireland champs play NI Premiership winners

The winners of the League of Ireland are set to play the winners of the Northern Irish Premiership in a new cross-border competition.

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Tributes as ‘legendary’ GAA coach John Morrison dies

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

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How World Cup winner Gordon Banks helped St Pat’s beat Shamrock Rovers in 1977

World Cup winner and League of Ireland legend.

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Emiliano Sala to be remembered at European games this week

UEFA have announced that a minute’s silence will be observed at European cup games this week, in memory of Emiliano Sala,

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Galway focusing on the basics ahead of Kerry game

Getting the basics right is what will ensure Galway’s graph continues to rise, says defender Gareth Bradshaw.

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Former England goalkeeper Gordon Banks dies aged 81

England’s World Cup-winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks has died at the age of 81, his former club Stoke have announced.

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Blow for Munster as Sammy Arnold suffers hairline fracture

Munster centre Sammy Arnold is to miss “the next few weeks” after sustaining a hairline fracture of his fibula.

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Why does Cork lose so many young hurlers and footballers who win Féile medals? And what are they doing about it?

Cork senior hurler Stephen McDonnell described his journey from playing for Cork as an U14 player to lifting a Munster senior title as captain.

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Phil Mickelson equals record with win at Pebble Beach

Phil Mickelson has won a record-equalling fifth Pebble Beach Pro-Am title.

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Seán O’Brien’s move to London Irish confirmed

Seán O’Brien’s switch from Leinster to London Irish has been confirmed with the Ireland and British and Irish Lions back row due to start his new life with the English Premiership club once the World Cup in Japan is over.

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Horses from UK to be allowed to race in Ireland despite equine flu outbreak

The Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board has announced horses from Britain “will be permitted to race in Ireland with immediate effect”.

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Farrell back with Munster

Farrell back with Munster

Sports February 11, 2019

Chris Farrell, who made a favourable impression when coming in as a late replacement in the Irish centre against Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday last, has been released back to Munster by Ireland coach Joe Schmidt.

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John Meyler calls for move towards artificial pitches amid Páirc problems

Cork hurling manager John Meyler has called for artificial pitches to be installed at major GAA stadiums after problems with the Páirc Uí Chaoimh surface.

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Ireland and Liverpool legends to play for Sean Cox at the Aviva

A stellar line-up of former Ireland and Liverpool greats will take to the pitch at the Aviva Stadium on April 12 in a major fund-raising game for Sean Cox, the Irish Reds supporter who suffered life-changing injuries after an unprovoked assault before the Champions League game against Roma at Anfield last April.

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Paul Scholes takes Oldham job

Paul Scholes has been appointed as Oldham manager.

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Phil Mickelson leads final round after play suspended at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Phil Mickelson was closing in on a fifth win at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in California when play was suspended due to darkness.

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Allianz League Round-up: Two points separate top six in Division 3, Leitrim and Derry top Division 4

It’s tight in Division 3 of the Allianz Football League after three rounds, with just two points separating the top six teams, while Leitrim and Derry are the only unbeaten sides in Division 4.

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