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Noel Murphy plans title shot after first home pro win

New York based Cork welterweight, Noel Murphy, hopes to return to Ireland in the summer for an Irish title shot. He had his first professional win at home over the weekend.

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Tralee Warriors complete comeback at UCD

Garvey’s Tralee Warriors produced the performance of the weekend in the Men’s Super League.

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Slick Sam Moffett claims Nenagh Rally crown

Setting a cracking pace and mastering the wet conditions, Monaghan’s Sam Moffett (Ford Fiesta WRC) guided by Cavan’s James Fulton won the Abbey Court Hotel Nenagh Rally, the opening round of the Triton National Rally Championship.

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Noel Murphy determined to keep bandwagon going

Three years and three days on from the contentious judges’ decision that encouraged Noel Murphy to abandon his amateur career, the Cork welterweight hopes to make a victorious return to the National Stadium tonight.

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Sport proves more than a pastime for Syrian refugees

Every Sunday, the gymnasium along Beirut’s airport highway echoes with the shouting and laughter of dozens of Syrian children enjoying a rare escape from a grim and confined life in exile.

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David Harte retains FIH’s World Goalkeeper of the Year status

It’s unlikely that David Harte and CJ Stander have ever met, but these two very different sportsmen share an unusual distinction.

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Unbeaten Stevie Collins Jr unfazed by Chris Eubank link

Given his famous father’s association with Chris Eubank, it is not surprising Stevie Collins Jr has grown accustomed to fielding questions on the young man from Brighton with the same name.

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O’Donovan brothers shine at regional trials in Cork

Paul and Gary O’Donovan remain the two fastest lightweight scullers in the country. 

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