Knockaert shoots down Middlesbrough as Fulham climb to third in Championship table

Anthony Knockaert struck in the sixth minute to secure Fulham’s 1-0 home victory against Middlesbrough and move Scott Parker’s side up to third in the Sky Bet Championship.

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Ireland U21 international Connor Ronan joins Blackpool on loan

Blackpool have signed Wolves midfielder Connor Ronan on loan for the rest of the season.

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Injured Greg Cunningham ends Blackburn loan deal to return to Cardiff

Greg Cunningham has returned to parent club Cardiff after his loan spell at Blackburn was cut short by injury.

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Kelly: Borris aim to express themselves

Borris-Ileigh manager Johnny Kelly ponders the question.

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Super League leaders Tralee Warriors facing points deduction

A nightmare week for Garvey’s Tralee Warriors could get worse amid suggestions that they may be stripped of three Super League wins for fielding an illegal player.

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Leinster would "more than likely" support four provinces of eight

Leinster GAA secretary Michael Reynolds claims the province is open to the idea of All-Ireland senior football championship commencing with the four provincial conferences of eight teams.

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Paul Stirling steers Ireland to four-run win over West Indies

Ireland have beaten the T-20 world champions in Grenada.

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Sizing John on target for Irish Gold Cup

Sizing John is on course to try to reclaim the Paddy Power Irish Gold Cup on February 2.

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‘I love it’: DeChambeau welcomes European Tour’s crackdown on slow play

Bryson DeChambeau insists he welcomes the European Tour’s crackdown on slow play, which includes a significant change to the previously announced four-point plan at this week’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

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Limerick FC launches legal action against FAI for alleged exclusion from League

Limerick brought proceedings against the FAI over the association’s alleged failure to invite it to apply for a licence to play in the League of Ireland First Division during the 2020 season.

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Delta Work and Kemboy lead Irish Gold Cup contenders

Delta Work and Kemboy are two of 15 entries for the Paddy Power Irish Gold Cup on February 2.

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‘It really hurts’: Van Graan left disappointed as Munster see hopes all but ended

Munster head coach Johann Van Graan admitted Racing 92’s late sucker punch was a bitter pill to swallow as his team’s Heineken Champions Cup hopes were all but ended.

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Shane Lowry finishes second in first tournament of his season

A closing round of 64 has seen Shane Lowry finish second in his season-opening tournament at the Hong Kong Open.

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Titans stun Ravens to move within touching distance of Super Bowl

The Tennessee Titans continued their winning ways with an upset divisional round victory over the Baltimore Ravens courtesy of a dominant performance from running back Derrick Henry.

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Gary ‘Spike’ O’Sullivan to ‘take a break from boxing’ after losing in Texas

Cork middleweight Gary “Spike” O’Sullivan was retired by his corner versus Mexico’s Jaime Munguia in the early hours of this morning in Texas.

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Templeogue book spot in National Cup final thanks to Jason Killeen

Griffith College Templeogue booked a spot in the Hula Hoops Pat Duffy National Cup final out of the fire in Neptune Stadium last night, winning out 78-75 over Coughlan C&S Neptune at the death.

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Singleton Supervalu Brunell upset DCU Mercy in Cup semi-final thriller

Singleton Supervalu Brunell are heading back to the Hula Hoops National Cup final for the second consecutive year.

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Claire Melia lines out for native club Portlaoise; US college career may be impacted

TheSt Joseph’s (Philadelphia) roster no longer includes a link profile of Melia, even though they are only midway through their season.

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Oughterard book IFC final spot with unlikely victory over Templenoe

Galway champions Oughterard pulled off an unlikely victory over Kerry’s Templenoe to book a spot in the All-Ireland Club IFC final in Croke Park in two weeks’ time.

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Clermont seal Champions Cup quarter-final place with Ulster victory

Clermont Auvergne secured their place in the quarter-finals of the Heineken Champions Cup with a 29-13 victory over Ulster at the Stade Marcel Michelin.

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