Éamonn Fitzmaurice: Audacious Mayo took gamesmanship to new heights

Éamonn Fitzmaurice: Audacious Mayo took gamesmanship to new heights

Éamonn Fitzmaurice, the former Kerry manager, has addressed his relationship and rivalry with Mayo in the print edition of Saturday’s Examiner Sport ...

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Demons bombshell as storied Cork club withdraws from basketball's Superleague

Demons bombshell as storied Cork club withdraws from basketball's Superleague

Basketball Ireland chiefs have confirmed that one of the most storied names in the sport, seven-time National Cup champions UCC (Blue) Demons have withdrawn from ...

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Kerry's Munster monopoly continues but big questions remain

Regrets? They’ll have a few.

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60 secs report: Munster SFC final

60 secs report: Munster SFC final

A 60 seconds report from this evening's Munster SFC final.

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O'Gara's Crusaders power past HighlandersThis story is enriched with multi-media content

O'Gara's Crusaders power past Highlanders

Ronan O'Gara's Crusaders powered past NZ rivals the Highlanders 38-14 Friday to storm into the Super Rugby semi-finals and continue their drive to a third consecutive ...

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Kerry make one change ahead of Munster MFC final against Cork

Kerry make one change ahead of Munster MFC final against Cork

Kerry have made one change for their Munster MFC final clash with Cork on Saturday in Páirc Uí Chaomh.

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Cork forced into three late changes for Munster final

Cork forced into three late changes for Munster final

Cork have been forced into three late changes to their starting fifteen ahead of tomorrow’s Munster football final against champions Kerry (7pm).

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Summer road lengthens for Cork’s football tyros

Bobbie O’Dwyer’s recollection is forensic, and not because his son was Cork corner-back in Tralee that night.

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Ronan McCarthy’s call to arms ahead of Munster final

If firmly held convictions were reshaped into cement blocks, Ronan McCarthy could build a tidy labourer’s cottage with them. Truculent? Not so much. Cranky? ...

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Investigation to begin into serious incident during GAA match in Mallow

Investigation to begin into serious incident during GAA match in Mallow

Gardaí and Cork GAA officials say they are aware of a serious incident at a Cork football league game in Mallow earlier this month in which a spectator was ...

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Ronan O’Gara: I’m not spooked by becoming La Rochelle head coach – I’m excited by it

He could have joined up with France’s Rugby World Cup coaching ticket or returned to the loving arms of Jacky Lorenzetti and Racing 92.

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Ronan O'Gara’s move to La Rochelle a done deal

Ronan O'Gara’s move to La Rochelle a done deal

Ronan O'Gara is on his way back to France, and a head coaching role with Top 14 over-achievers La Rochelle.

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Croke Park announce times and venues for Football qualifiers

Croke Park announce times and venues for Football qualifiers

RTE and Sky Sports will go head-to-head for GAA viewers' attention on Saturday June 22 with a pair of attractive football clashes slated for 7pm.

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Mickelson confirmed for JP’s 2020 Adare Pro-Am

Mickelson confirmed for JP’s 2020 Adare Pro-Am

In the wake of his Canadian Open victory on Sunday, Rory McIlroy was asked if he intended returning to the country next year to defend his crown.

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McIlroy heads to Pebble pumped and primed

McIlroy heads to Pebble pumped and primed

Watching Rory McIlroy decimate course and field at the Canadian Open for his 16th Tour win left many golf watchers of a mind with the US golf writer who quizzed ...

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Cork and Dublin GAA chiefs on new fixtures task force

Cork and Dublin GAA chiefs on new fixtures task force

The membership of the task force was confirmed Sunday with chairman Eddie O’Sullivan joined by the likes of Cork CEO Kevin O'Donovan, Connacht secretary John ...

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McCarthy: We can’t replay the Kerry game

McCarthy: We can’t replay the Kerry game

Nine minutes into the second half of Saturday’s Munster semi-final rout, Cork called Brian Hurley ashore.

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A corner turned for Cork? Park that debate for three weeks

A corner turned for Cork? Park that debate for three weeks

The old Mike Tyson deadpan came to mind as Limerick’s Munster final ambitions were obliterated in the opening 12 minutes of Saturday’s SFC semi-final ...

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Cork shatter Limerick’s final ambitions early and often

Cork shatter Limerick’s final ambitions early and often

The furnishings in Pairc Ui Rinn won’t rival Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano for comfort anytime soon, but no-one was forced to the edge of their seats ...

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Ronan McCarthy: We aren’t in a position to take anyone for granted

Ronan McCarthy: We aren’t in a position to take anyone for granted

The chances of Ronan McCarthy and the Cork footballers keeping a trick or two up their sleeve for when there’s bigger fish to fry? Are you kidding me, mused ...

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Thirty years on: Is this the greatest story ever told?

Thirty years ago tomorrow, Arsenal headed to Anfield needing to win by two goals to dethrone England’s champions and lift a league title for the first time ...

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Sean Powter and Sam Ryan blows for Cork

Sean Powter and Sam Ryan blows for Cork

Cork has suffered a serious double blow in their preparations for the Munster football championship with two of the county’s brightest young talents succumbing ...

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Hoops legends enter Hall of Fame

Hoops legends enter Hall of Fame

The good and the great, the ones who made stellar contributions to Irish basketball at home and overseas, were inducted into Basketball Ireland's Hall of Fame at ...

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Green tweak makes Old Head 8th great

Green tweak makes Old Head 8th great

The only trouble with crafting a golfing nirvana is running out of things to improve.

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Killarney appoints outside management team to run golf club

Killarney appoints outside management team to run golf club

Killarney Golf Club is looking to put a tumultuous 2018 behind it with the appointment of an outside team of golf management specialists to run the club.

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All in all, not a bad spring tidy for Cork GAA

All in all, not a bad spring tidy for Cork GAA

If the motives of Cork’s GAA executive were as advertised – to stimulate passionate debate on the state of the county championships – then the ...

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Cork clubs reject radical proposal

Cork clubs reject radical proposal

Cork GAA clubs last night rejected moves to introduce county championship matches without inter-county players.

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Laporte: Brunel's call whether ROG joins French World Cup effort

Laporte: Brunel's call whether ROG joins French World Cup effort

French Rugby president Bernard Laporte has kicked to touch on the possibility of Ronan O'Gara being part of the country's World Cup coaching ticket, insisting it's ...

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Cork kick-starts GAA debate on those hijacked summers

Cork kick-starts GAA debate on those hijacked summers

So Cork, what’s it to be? Incremental improvement or radical new thinking?

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Increased prize fund for Kerry Scratch Cup

Increased prize fund for Kerry Scratch Cup

Tralee Golf Club will again host the 2019 Kerry Scratch Cup on May 11-12. The prestigious 115-year-old trophy will be won over a 54-hole tournament with an increased ...

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O’Gara cools “farcical” talk on France link up

O’Gara cools “farcical” talk on France link up

Ronan O’Gara has dismissed as premature speculation he is poised to ink a deal with the French Rugby Federation to join their World Cup coaching ticket.

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John Delaney wishes Georgia was the only thing on his mind

John Delaney wishes Georgia was the only thing on his mind

John Delaney is still likely to be paid a six-figure salary in his newly created role as the FAI’s executive vice-president, but it’s “substantially ...

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Delaney steps down as FAI CEO but retains control of key portfolios

Delaney steps down as FAI CEO but retains control of key portfolios

The FAI has confirmed that chief executive John Delaney has stepped down from the position but will remain within the Association executive as vice president.

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Laporte steps up O'Gara chase for France

Laporte steps up O'Gara chase for France

The possibility of Ronan O'Gara being part of France's backroom team for the 2019 World Cup has increased with French Rugby Federation sources in Paris confirmed ...

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O’Connell nears Stade exit

O’Connell nears Stade exit

Paul O’Connell’s stay in Paris with Stade Francais will end once this season is done, it is understood.

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Even after those dog days, enduring magic of Gooch and O’Shea remains

Even after those dog days, enduring magic of Gooch and O’Shea remains

Before they all gathered for lunch in the Dromhall Hotel yesterday to move on from the All-Ireland final evisceration by Corofin in Croke Park, a handful of Dr Crokes ...

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Mayo: They haven’t gone away, you know

Mayo: They haven’t gone away, you know

The flip chart in the Mayo dressing room after Saturday night’s gritty win in Tralee was light on to-do’s for this week’s training.

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Ruane rocket torpedoes Kerry’s unbeaten run

Ruane rocket torpedoes Kerry’s unbeaten run

A foul night but an immensely gratifying one for Mayo, who not only ended Kerry’s 100% Division One record in the Kingdom’s back yard, but got an unexpected ...

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Walsh Park confirmed for May 12 Championship opener

Walsh Park confirmed for May 12 Championship opener

WALSH Park in Waterford will host its first Munster SHC game in 23 years on May 12th, the provincial council has confirmed.

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Misery continues for Cork as Meath claim third win

Misery continues for Cork as Meath claim third win

A third Allianz League Division 2 win for Meath, and a first on the road for the Royals.

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Rory McIlroy opts to miss this year's Irish Open to focus on The Open

Rory McIlroy opts to miss this year's Irish Open to focus on The Open

Rory McIlroy has confirmed he will miss this year's Irish Open.

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Kerry and Dublin give each other plenty to be getting on with

Kerry and Dublin give each other plenty to be getting on with

Did ‘Winning Streak’ air earlier than scheduled Saturday on RTÉ? An edge-of-the-seat game of risk and reward in Tralee climaxing with a roll of ...

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No Jayo fallout as Jim Gavin recommends 'emotional' documentary

No Jayo fallout as Jim Gavin recommends 'emotional' documentary

First some cupboard tidying. Dublin manager Jim Gavin didn’t only scoff afterwards at reports that Jason Sherlock had left his management set-up – he ...

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Kerry players keen to test themselves against the ‘top dog’ - Keane

Kerry players keen to test themselves against the ‘top dog’ - Keane

Kerry manager Peter Keane believes his young players thrived on taking on football’s ‘top dogs’ in Tralee Saturday night.

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Kerry pips Dubs in breathless thriller

Kerry pips Dubs in breathless thriller

Another Kerry-Dublin classic in Tralee ended in a welter of excitement and a third successive Allianz League Division 1 victory for the Kingdom

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Flannery steps down as Killarney Golf Club GM

Flannery steps down as Killarney Golf Club GM

Cormac Flannery has stepped down from his position of general manager at Killarney Golf and Fishing Club.

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Keith Ricken set for Cork U20 hot-seat

Keith Ricken set for Cork U20 hot-seat

Keith Ricken is set to be appointed as the new manager of the Cork Under 20 footballers.

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Tour boss Pelley admits Haotong Li penalty was 'grossly unfair'

Tour boss Pelley admits Haotong Li penalty was 'grossly unfair'

European Tour chief Keith Pelley has admitted that the controversial two-stroke penalty imposed on China's Haotong Li at the Dubai Desert Classic was "grossly unfair". ...

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Peter Keane’s Kerry hit all the right notes

Peter Keane’s Kerry hit all the right notes

Frank Rich of the New York Times had within his gift the capacity to sink a Broadway play with a damaging opening night review, but at his most acerbic, he’d ...

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Peter Keane begins Kingdom reign with a win over Tyrone

Peter Keane begins Kingdom reign with a win over Tyrone

Kerry 0-11 Tyrone 0-7

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