Martin O’Neill: Ireland contract issue is now ‘resolved’

Martin O’Neill has confirmed he’s agreed a new contract to stay on as manager of Ireland.

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Toulon owner worried ‘Mormon Irish and Welsh’ will see Bastareaud banned

“These are people who sell morality when they do not have it.”

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FA Cup wrap: Leicester score first ever VAR goal in English football

Leicester became the first team in English football to score a goal via a VAR decision.

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Can Cork’s finest stop the Kingdom from ruling again?

It should come as no surprise that Kerry’s dominance over Cork at minor level is mirrored on the schools front.

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Moran pleads for patience with Clifford

David Moran insists the hype surrounding David Clifford is excessive and the teenager will need time to adapt to senior level.

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Na Piarsaigh's Shane Dowling: 'GAA not putting players first'

Shane Dowling says the GAA is not putting players first as Limerick face up to being without over a third of their panel because of club commitments and sharing half of the squad with college teams in the coming weeks.

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Martin O’Neill says contract issue now ‘resolved’

Martin O’Neill last night confirmed he has agreed a new contract to stay on as manager of Ireland.

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Returning Graham Cummins impressed by Cork City progress

The eyes have it for Graham Cummins. Signed by Cork City from Scottish Premiership side St Johnstone before Christmas, Cummins can already see the changes on his return to his hometown club.

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Conte plays dumb over Chelsea’s Sanchez link

Antonio Conte is reluctant to consider the possibility of Alexis Sanchez joining Chelsea as the head coach does not think the Blues are in the race to sign the Arsenal forward.

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Peter O’Mahony: Players stand by Grobler

Munster captain Peter O’Mahony, an injury doubt for Sunday’s Champions Cup clash with Castres, says he and his squad will stand by Gerbrandt Grobler, as the debate continues over the decision to sign a player who served a two-year doping ban.

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Dedicated Tadhg Furlong always pushing for perfection

The party line from Leinster is that any and all compliments being delivered their way lately are being blocked abruptly at the door and Tadhg Furlong is adopting the same approach when it comes to garlands foisted upon him.

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Jardan Larmour backed for Ireland call

The rise and rise of Jordan Larmour could go to another level today with Robbie Henshaw and Girvan Dempsey backing the young back-three star to be included in Joe Schmidt’s Ireland squad for the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations.

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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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Big hitter James leaves DJ and Rory in his wake

Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy have the potential to compete in long drive competitions, but would have to focus exclusively on the discipline for a year or so to be competitive, according to world champion Justin James.

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Thistlecrack out of Gold Cup with stress fracture

Thistlecrack has been ruled out of the Cheltenham Gold Cup for the second year running following the discovery of a stress fracture in a leg yesterday.

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Two Cork skiers chasing Winter Olympic qualification

There’s a famously difficult move in freestyle skiing called a ‘cork’, a fact that particularly tickles Brendan Newby.

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Jaguars show steel to defy the odds

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Glanmire shoot the lights out at Killester

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Ambassador UCC Glanmire produced their best display of the Women’s Super League season to crush Killester 102-58 at Clontarf.

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