Munster game delayed until 4pm due to heavy rain

The Munster v Castres Champions cup clash has been delayed until 4pm due to heavy rainfall at Thomond Park.

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Watford cite 'unwarranted approach' as they 'part company' with manager Marco Silva

Watford have 'parted company' with their manager Marco Silva.

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Munster v Castres Preview: Munster look set to gulp in fresh Thomond air

Last Sunday’s journey down the yellow brick road to the U Arena may have produced some dazzling rugby but there will be a lot to be said for a return to the ...

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Knocknagree book their place in All Ireland Junior Football final

Knocknagree(Cork) 2-9, Naomh Colmcille(Donegal) 0-7: Knocknagreeunderlined their credentials to pull clear of Naomh Colmcille in the AIB All Ireland JAFC semi final at TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar today.

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McGrath admits he was ‘hypersensitive’ to Déise critics

For a man who is arguably the most open and honest communicator on the inter-county managerial scene, you don’t expect an admission from Derek McGrath of being “hypersensitive” to everything said about him.

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Canty: Cork must back up Mayo performance

Cork’s 2010 All-Ireland captain Graham Canty has warned people not to read too much into the team’s heartening defeat against would-be All-Ireland runners-up Mayo last summer.

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Carrick lined up to join Jose

Michael Carrick has accepted Jose Mourinho’s offer to join his first-team coaching staff upon retirement, the Manchester United manager has revealed.

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Faithful departed: No crisis at Arsenal, says Coquelin

Departed midfielder Francis Coquelin says there is no crisis at his former club.

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Pep prioritises stability over Sanchez

Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City’s future stability was more important than signing Alexis Sanchez.

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Felix Jones - Freeing and firing the Munster attack

Just 27 months after his playing career was cut short, Felix Jones is developing quite the reputation as an innovative attack coach. Speculation of offers abound but Jones is keen to deflect the limelight and focus on adding more strings to Munster’s bow.

 

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After sterile Paris, Munster will gulp Thomond air

Last Sunday’s journey down the yellow brick road to the U Arena may have produced some dazzling rugby as well as a Champions Cup defeat but there will be a lot to be said for a return to the great outdoors of Thomond Park when Munster welcome Castres tomorrow (1pm) and bid to reach the quarter-finals.

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Patience pays for Rory McIlroy in comeback

Patience paid dividends for Rory McIlroy, as he enjoyed a highly promising competitive comeback in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, where defending champion Tommy Fleetwood shared the lead after day one.

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Rory McIlroy: You can’t beat that winning feeling

Rory McIlroy feels a first win since September 2016 is “not far away” as he prepares to make his competitive comeback in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

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The most iconic sights in Irish golf

Kevin Markham on the statutes, structures, and settings which focuses a golfer’s mind and lasts long in the memory.

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‘It’s not up to us to make those moral judgments’

There may be various shades of grey lingering over Munster due to their signing of steroid user Gerbrandt Grobler, but for the most important figure in Irish anti-doping, the South African’s case is not all that complicated.

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Basketball: Mark Keenan hungry for win, but Demons eager for revenge

Templeogue coach Mark Keenan has demanded that his side returns to winning ways in Sunday’s SuperLeague clash away to UCC Demons.

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Questions over Citroen Racing' future in World Rally Championship

The departure of Citroen Racing World Rally Championship team principal Yves Matton has increased speculation as to the future of the French outfit in the WRC. 

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