Five takeaways from the ongoing financial difficulties at Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Michael Moynihan looks at five takeaways from today's revelations on the ongoing financial difficulties at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

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Leinster regrets linger for Cian O’Sullivan

At the end of his worst week of the year, you’d almost feel some sympathy for Cian O’Sullivan. Even with his six All-Irelands.

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Peter McKenna on five big issues facing Páirc Uí Chaoimh

What about Páirc Uí Chaoimh's playing surface?

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AC Milan given deadline to balance books or face European ban

The seven-time European champions must break even by June 2021, UEFA has ruled.

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Mourinho says Man Utd are ‘far’ from being a team in his image

The Portuguese is hopeful some of his injured players will be available at Anfield.

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Jewish groups join Chelsea in condemning ‘abhorrent’ and ‘disgraceful’ chants

Chelsea have said they will take the ‘strongest possible action’ against fans found to have sung anti-Semitic chants.

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Sexton fit as Leinster make three changes for return Bath fixture

Sexton has overcome a calf injury to make the starting XV.

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Murray set for 120th cap as Munster team named for Castres clash

Munster have made one change from the team that took to the field in the home fixture last weekend with Joey Carbery set to start at out-half.

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Heineken Champions Cup: Pondering the Pool Two permutations

CJ Stander is not the only one pondering the potential Heineken Champions Cup implications for Munster from the other game in Pool 2 this weekend.

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International Hurdle could be The New One’s swansong

The New One could sign off a glittering career in the Unibet International Hurdle at Cheltenham on Saturday.

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Castlegrace Paddy shines in Hilly Way Chase win at Cork

Castlegrace Paddy took full advantage of the early exit of Great Field to run out a most impressive winner of the Kerry Group Hilly Way Chase at Cork.

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Three-time Champion Hurdle runner-up My Tent Or Yours retired

One of the most popular hurdlers of recent years, has been retired.

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Proud Darren Clarke still putting family first

Before Darren Clarke tapped in his final putt to win the 2011 Open Championship at Royal St. George’s, he paused for a quiet moment, smiled at the realisation ...

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Rose one shot off lead as bad weather halts first round in Indonesia

The Englishman is bidding to end the year top of the world rankings.

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Leona Maguire advances at Euro Q-School

Leona Maguire was thrilled to see her game “click” into gear and rack up the lowest 72-hole score of her life to finish an impressive second in pre-qualifying ...

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Record-breaking Shane Ryan claims bronze at World Championships

In doing so he set a new Irish record with a time of 22.76.

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Why New Zealand won’t rush decision on Hansen successor

New Zealand’s rugby executives have had some time to digest the implications of Steve Hansen’s announcement here Friday that he will bring a 16-year ...

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Proud Darren Clarke still putting family first

Before Darren Clarke tapped in his final putt to win the 2011 Open Championship at Royal St. George’s, he paused for a quiet moment, smiled at the realisation ...

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