Paddy Jackson left out of London Irish squad for Munster friendly

Paddy Jackson left out of London Irish squad for Munster friendly

Paddy Jackson is not included in the London Irish squad for Friday night's pre-season friendly against Munster in Musgrave Park.

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Incredible new technology allows Dallas Cowboys fans to 'pose with the pros'

Incredible new technology allows Dallas Cowboys fans to 'pose with the pros'

Fans of the Dallas Cowboys were greeted with an incredible new piece of technology when they stepped foot inside AT&T Stadium for their season-opening victory over ...

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88-year-old president’s prize winner ‘not old enough for a buggy yet’

88-year-old president’s prize winner ‘not old enough for a buggy yet’

88-year-old Jim Hannon is both surprised and embarrassed by the attention his president’s prize victory in Mallow has generated.

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Páirc Uí Chaoimh pitch ‘completely reconstructed’

Páirc Uí Chaoimh pitch ‘completely reconstructed’

The company overseeing the replacement of the pitch at Páirc Uí Chaoimh have expressed delight at the progress of the work.

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RTÉ's All-Ireland coverage peaks at 1.1m viewers

RTÉ's All-Ireland coverage peaks at 1.1m viewers

A peak audience of 1,099,900 watched the final minutes of Sunday’s yesterday’s pulsating All-Ireland football final between Kerry and Dublin on RTE Two. ...

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Puspure, Doyle, and Byrnesecure Olympic rowing spots

Puspure, Doyle, and Byrnesecure Olympic rowing spots

Rowing Ireland’s representation at the Tokyo Olympics swelled again yesterday with Sanita Puspure, Philip Doyle and Ronan Byrne qualifying for the 2020 Games. ...

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Irish Women’s Four still in Olympic hunt

Irish Women’s Four still in Olympic hunt

Two Irish crews qualified for their A/B semi-finals on the third day of competition at the World Rowing Championship in Austria.

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McGrath rules out return to Waterford hotseat

McGrath rules out return to Waterford hotseat

Fanning stepped aside for ‘personal reasons’ earlier this month after just one season at the helm.

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Ladies Football semis to attract attendance of up to 10,000 to Croke Park

Ladies Football semis to attract attendance of up to 10,000 to Croke Park

It is the first time that Croke Park has hosted this stage of the Ladies Football championship.

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More than 900,000 tune in for Tipp v Kilkenny All-Ireland

More than 900,000 tune in for Tipp v Kilkenny All-Ireland

More than 900,000 people watched the closing stages Sunday's All-Ireland SHC final between Tipperary and Kilkenny on RTÉ.

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Gavin's Dubs tune up for Kingdom in west Clare

Gavin's Dubs tune up for Kingdom in west Clare

Jim Gavin’s squad undertook a training session in Cooraclare on Saturday.

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New York’s finest learn from the best on Ireland training trip

New York’s finest learn from the best on Ireland training trip

A quarter of a century in New York has done little to dampen Seán Price’s Kerry accent — or his passion for talking football.

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O’Mahony: Kerry need to die in their boots for the cause

O’Mahony: Kerry need to die in their boots for the cause

Kerry great Aidan O’Mahony hopes the Kingdom’s ‘young lads will turn into men overnight’ in Sunday’s opening Super Eight clash with ...

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Kerry juniors survive long haul to hammer Scots

Kerry juniors survive long haul to hammer Scots

The Kerry juniors will seldom have easier games than their 3-20 to 0-7 victory over Scotland in Saturday’s All-Ireland semi-final.

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Diarmuid O’Sullivan: Should thunder threat have halted Ennis encounter?

Diarmuid O’Sullivan: Should thunder threat have halted Ennis encounter?

Cork All-Ireland winner Diarmuid O’Sullivan believes GAA chiefs should have halted play in Sunday’s Munster SHC tie between Clare and Cork on safety ...

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Munster hurling crowds up 17%, but football slumps 49%

Munster hurling crowds up 17%, but football slumps 49%

Munster senior championship attendances are up 10% on the same period last year, despite a massive drop in crowds at the province’s football games.

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IRFU chief executive: Garrett Fitzgerald made Munster envy of the world

IRFU chief executive: Garrett Fitzgerald made Munster envy of the world

Tributes have been paid to Munster chief executive Garrett Fitzgerald who will retire from the role next month.

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Rick Madonik: 'One of the best sports photos of all time'

Rick Madonik: 'One of the best sports photos of all time'

“When it comes to the NBA play-offs we, the local photographers, lose our regular court positions because more TV cameras come in and the wire agencies take ...

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First-half strike proves difference for Avondale as Cork side lift FAI Intermediate Cup

First-half strike proves difference for Avondale as Cork side lift FAI Intermediate Cup

A fantastic first-half strike from former Cork City striker Mark O’Sullivan proved the difference as Avondale United lifted the FAI Intermediate Cup for the ...

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School in Kerry complains of racial abuse at Gaelic football match

School in Kerry complains of racial abuse at Gaelic football match

A school in Kerry, Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, has written to Croke Park claiming that one of their players was racially abused in last month’s Hogan Cup semi-final ...

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Carbery extends Munster stay until 2022

Carbery extends Munster stay until 2022

Question marks may remain over his hamstring ahead of Saturday’s Champions Cup quarter-final against Edinburgh but there is no doubting Joey Carbery’s ...

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Heaslip joins the chorus criticising World Rugby League proposals

Heaslip joins the chorus criticising World Rugby League proposals

Jamie Heaslip has criticised the controversial plans for the introduction of a World Rugby League, citing player welfare and the future of club rugby as two major ...

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Killarney Golf Club ink new strategic partnership deal

Killarney Golf Club ink new strategic partnership deal

Killarney Golf & Fishing Club has announced a new strategic partnership with Synergy Golf in an effort to develop the famous Kerry venue and increase its business ...

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‘Irish racing is being treated like a second-rate citizen’

‘Irish racing is being treated like a second-rate citizen’

Eddie O’Leary has launched a blistering attack on Racing TV for their coverage of meetings in Ireland

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