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Serena Williams: I can only get better

Serena Williams insists she has nothing to lose when she takes on Britain’s Johanna Konta at the Australian Open tonight (midnight).

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Slick Setanta claim All-Ireland glory in Tallaght

There were big celebrations going on in Dublin last evening after Colaiste Pobail Setanta claimed victory on the opening day of the Subway All-Ireland Schools Cup basketball finals at the National Basketball Arena in Dublin.

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Podcast: Where Conte has edge over Mourinho, Wenger's push and refs on trial again

Costa welcomed back with open arms at Stamford Bridge, but have the club leaks been plugged?

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Craig Breen and Scott Martin fifth in Monte Carlo

Driving the older generation Citroen DS3 WRC, Waterford’s Craig Breen and his British co-driver Scott Martin finished fifth in Rally Monte Carlo, the opening round of the World Rally Championship.

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Graham Shaw targets World Cup qualification

Graham Shaw has his sights set on World Cup qualification after his Ireland side cruised to a World League 2 title in Kuala Lumpur.

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Unbeaten streak ends for Ambassador UCC Glanmire ladies

Team Ambassador UCC Glanmire lost their unbeaten record in the Women’s Super League. They were pipped by WIT Wildcats 65-61, in Waterford, on Saturday.

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Andy Murray bites the dust as Roger Federer volleys on

Andy Murray’s hopes of a first Australian Open title ended as the world number one made his exit in the fourth round to Mischa Zverev, while Roger Federer and Stan Wawricka advanced to the last eight.

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Simon Carr Q&A: ‘I know I can compete with all the guys here, I’ve beaten most of them’

Seventeen-year-old Simon Carr on his first Grand Slam in Melbourne, his famous father and his dreams for the future...

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Ian Lynam standing up to protect sport’s integrity

London-based Limerick lawyer Ian Lynam has been working hard to protect sport’s integrity from a range of threats, from match-fixing to Brexit. But he’s also occupied with where sport is going, and the widening role of analytics...

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Glanmire shoot for another triumph

Team Ambassador UCC Glanmire will be hoping to keep their unbeaten record in the Women’s Super League intact when they travel to Waterford tomorrow to play WIT Wildcats.

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Irish women making light work of it in Malaysia

Ireland’s women are on course to progress to the next phase of their 2018 World Cup qualification campaign as they make light work of their opponents at World League 2 in Malaysia.

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Hayden Paddon takes a tumble in Monte Carlo as stage cancelled

The World Rally Championship got underway in spectacular fashion last night as Hyundai driver Hayden Paddon flipped his car on the 21.25km opening stage of Rallye Monte Carlo, forcing its cancellation.

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Michael Conlan will rule Madison Square Garden ‘for years’

Top Rank promotions president Todd duBoef has backed Michael Conlan as “somebody who’s going to sell out Madison Square Garden for many years to come” ahead of the Belfast native’s professional debut at the New York venue’s Theatre on St Patrick’s Day.

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Andy Murray upbeat despite ankle injury

Andy Murray remains optimistic about the ankle injury that threatens to derail his bid to win the Australian Open.

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O’Donovan brothers the star attraction as UL hosts indoor championships

The rowing boom has seen an explosion of interest in next Saturday’s Irish Indoor Rowing Championships at UL, the largest indoor rowing event in Ireland.

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