Gunners locked and loaded for another Munster epic

Ballygunner face Na Piarsaigh of Limerick this Sunday in the Munster Club hurling final, but that’s not where the conversation with Fergal Hartley begins.

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Cody: GAA and semi-professionalism can’t go together

Kilkenny manager Brian Cody has claimed the elitist nature of the inter-county game will create “dangerous possibilities” for the association, warning ...

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St Colman’s College earn hard-fought victory in Harty Cup second round

St Colman’s College Fermoy backed up their opening day Dr Harty Cup triumph against Nenagh CBS with a hard-fought victory over fellow Cork school Gaelcholáiste ...

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Defender Jimmy Dunne called up for UEFA Nations League clash

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill has been forced to alter this squad for the UEFA Nations League game away to Denmark on Monday, November 19 due to some ...

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Ben Purkiss calls for evolution at the Professional Footballers’ Association

PFA chairman Purkiss is eager to see the players’ union develop.

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Young football manager, 19, subject of new BBC Three series

Another new programme will see five mothers attempt to blend into life as 21-year-olds.

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Josh van der Flier set for Ireland start as Leavy out of New Zealand clash

Josh van der Flier has been promoted to Ireland’s starting line-up for Saturday’s clash with New Zealand after Dan Leavy was forced to withdraw from ...

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Dan Leavy ruled out of Ireland's test match against New Zealand

Dan Leavy has been ruled out of Ireland's November test against New Zealand at the Aviva Stadium tomorrow.

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Marmion warns All Blacks not to target Ireland team-mate Aki

The tourists have singled out the New Zealand-born centre ahead of the meting between the two sides in Dublin.

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Camilla Sharples on the road again... just for the love of it

The inverted snobs that see racing as cigars, champagne and prawn cocktails could do with spending some time in a training yard.

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Gordon Elliott hoping for rain as he mulls Samcro outing

Gordon Elliott is hoping there is enough rain to enable him to run Samcro in the Unibet Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown on Sunday.

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Alpha Centauri heads HRI Horse of the Year nominees

Superstar filly Alpha Centauri is amongst the four nominees for the Horse of the Year, one of the prestigious awards to be presented at the annual HRI event, which ...

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Matt Wallace shrugs off slow-play fine to set pace in Dubai

The Englishman added a flawless 65 to his opening 68 at Jumeirah Golf Estates

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Rory McIlroy shrugs off criticism as he lies one shot off Dubai lead

Rory McIlroy is just one shot off the lead on Day two of the DP Tour Championship in Dubai.

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Molinari still has unfinished business as successful year draws to a close

The Italian has won three individual events and the Ryder Cup with Team Europe in 2018.

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Matt Wallace shrugs off slow-play fine to set pace in Dubai

The Englishman added a flawless 65 to his opening 68 at Jumeirah Golf Estates

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New sanctions against perpetrators to be put in place following attack on referee

Referee Daniel Sweeney who sustained broken jaw and a fractured eye socket when a row broke out toward the end of a match in the Midlands last week has called for ...

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Rory McIlroy shrugs off criticism as he lies one shot off Dubai lead

Rory McIlroy is just one shot off the lead on Day two of the DP Tour Championship in Dubai.

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Club GAA Podcast: Barrs solve dual dilemma, Dr Crokes march towards March

Tony Leen and John Fogarty review the Club Championship weekend with Colm O'Connor.

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Club GAA podcast: Kerry melee, Ballyea's finest hour, ‘Tubber joy, Fermoy famine over, Tournafulla's triumph

Murt Murphy joins us from Kerry to discuss the violent scenes in Austin Stack Park for the county semi-final between Dingle and East Kerry.

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