Ireland focusing on revenge missino against Scotland

Andrew Porter insists Ireland's desire to atone for last season's defeat to Scotland will quell any Grand Slam talk.

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Gabriel Jesus will be ready for cup final, says Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola has no doubt he could throw Gabriel Jesus straight back into action in the Carabao Cup final if fit.

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Doping cases of two Russian athletes 'cast a serious shadow'

International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach has admitted the doping cases of two Russian athletes at the Winter Olympics "have cast a serious shadow".

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A Bundesliga 2 goalie conceded a goal so bizarre even Petr Cech couldn’t believe it

The goalkeeper appeared completely unaware his goal was under threat.

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Routine victory for Dublin over Mayo

Table-toppers Dublin continued their relentless march through this Allianz League campaign with a routine victory over beaten All-Ireland finalists Mayo in Castlebar. ...

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Oonagh Whyte double crucial as Dublin maintain 100 per cent start

Dublin made it four wins from four outings in Division 1 of the 2018 Lidl National League on Saturday evening.

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Deeney finish hands Watford victory as Everton pay for lack of adventure

Everton missed their chance to climb to seventh in the Premier League after falling to a 1-0 defeat at Watford.

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Sam Davies holds his nerve to give Ospreys victory over Cheetahs

Sam Davies held his nerve to hammer home a 79th minute conversion of replacement hooker Ifan Phillips' try to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat for the Ospreys ...

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Scotland secure Calcutta Cup glory after stunning Six Nations champions England

Scotland registered their first victory over England in a decade to reignite their NatWest 6 Nations title aspirations and leave the champions nursing a conclusive ...

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Newcastle collapse at the death as Gosling earns Cherries point

Dan Gosling struck a dramatic late equaliser against his former club as Bournemouth battled back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Newcastle.

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Nemo Rangers through to All-Ireland club football final

Luke Connolly's 2-5 haul in Portlaoise fired club kingpins Nemo Rangers through to yet another AIB All-Ireland club football final.

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New GAA president John Horan plans national club committee and forum

The Club Players Association (CPA) appear to have been shown short shrift for a second time today after incoming GAA president John Horan’s inaugural speech.

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UL win sixth Fitzgibbon Cup title against DCU

A sixth Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup title for University of Limerick at Mallow today following victory over first-time finalists Dublin City University.

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Hurling joins football in changing U21 All-Ireland championship to U20

Hurling will join Gaelic football in moving from an U21 All-Ireland championship to an U20 competition in the near future.

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Ireland v Wales in 60 Seconds

Simon Lewis shares the highlights of Ireland v Wales

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Ireland unbeaten record maintained after ten point defeat of Wales

Ireland stormed ever closer to a NatWest 6 Nations title showdown with England by dismissing Wales 37-27 in Dublin.

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GAA rejects Congress transparency motion

GAA Congress this afternoon rejected the Club Players Association (CPA) motion for voter transparency at the annual event.

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Connacht comeback seals PRO14 points in Treviso

Centre Eoin Griffin rounded off a powerful second-half display as Connacht came from behind to defeat Benetton 22-19 in Treviso this afternoon.

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Goalkeeping howler from Jack Butland denies Stoke win against Leicester

Stoke remain in the relegation places after an error from goalkeeper Jack Butland meant they had to settle for a point from a 1-1 draw with Leicester.

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US Open organisers face huge bill for Eugenie Bouchard's 2015 fall

The United States Tennis Association has reached a settlement with Eugenie Bouchard after being told it must bear most of the blame for her 2015 US Open fall.

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Russian bobsleigh pilot disqualified from Winter Olympics after doping violation

Russian bobsleigh pilot Nadezhda Sergeeva has been disqualified from the Winter Olympics after admitting to an anti-doping rule violation.

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GAA Congress bans gambling sponsorship

The GAA this morning took their next step in the battle against gambling addiction by banning betting sponsorship in the organisation.

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'One of the greatest minds in football' could be next manager of Grimsby

Grimsby are open to talking to Sol Campbell about their vacant managerial position - and the former England defender wants to make it happen.

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Brendan 'Bubba' Newby confirmed as Ireland's flagbearer for Winter Olympics closing ceremony

Halfpipe skier Brendan 'Bubba' Newby will be Ireland’s flag bearer during the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang on Sunday, it was ...

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Antonio Conte happy to move on from war of words with Jose Mourinho

Antonio Conte insists he is keen to move on from his bitter war of words with Jose Mourinho.

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Edinburgh cut gap on Scarlets by overcoming Dragons

Edinburgh closed the gap on the Scarlets to four points in the Guinness PRO14 Conference B as they clinched a 25-12 victory over the Dragons.

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Good news for Ireland as Garry Ringrose makes return from injury

Ireland international Garry Ringrose made a successful return from ankle surgery as Leinster ran in 10 tries in a 64-7 GUINNESS PRO14 win over the Southern Kings ...

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France clinch first win at 2018 Six Nations by overcoming Italy in Marseille

France secured their first victory of the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations campaign, beating Italy 34-17 in Marseille.

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Ireland under-20s come out wrong side of 11-try thriller at Donnybrook

There was agony for the Ireland Under-20s at Donnybrook tonight as they came out on the wrong side of an 11-try thriller which ended in a 41-38 U-20 Six Nations ...

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Munster down Glasgow in top-of-table showdown

Munster defeated Glasgow 21-10 in their Guinness PRO14 Conference A top-of-the-table clash at a sold-out Musgrave Park to boost their play-off hopes.

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Two wins from two for Cork City as second half strikes secure win over Waterford

It’s two wins from two for Cork City in the new League of Ireland season as second-half strikes from Gearóid Morrissey and Garry Buckley secured the ...

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Corn Ui Mhuiri final postponed after serious injury to young player

Saturday's Munster Post-Primary Schools SFC final (Corn Ui Mhuiri final), between Pobal Scoil Chorcha Dhuibhne and Tralee CBS has been postponed due to a serious ...

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Watch: Tiarnan Murphy hat-trick helps St Mary's Belfast into Fergal Maher Cup final

Tiarnan Murphy was a happy man coming off the pitch as he helped St Mary's Belfast to victory over St Patrick's, Thurles in the Fergal Maher Cup semi-final.

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Who, what, where, when: Three games not to miss in this weekend's sport

Three games not to be missed.

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Pep Guardiola charged by FA for wearing a political message

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has been charged by the Football Association for wearing a political message.

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Rory Best wants Ireland's clean scrummaging 'protected' against Wales

Rory Best wants Ireland's squeaky-clean scrummaging record to be "protected" by the officials in Saturday's Six Nations clash with Wales in Dublin.

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Simon Zebo reveals stand-out Musgrave Park moment as he prepares for Cork farewell

Simon Zebo is preparing to play his final game in Cork wearing red before his summer move to Paris.

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Ex Kilkenny chairman Ned Quinn to be appointed chair of Central Competitions Control Committee

Former Kilkenny chairman and secretary Ned Quinn is set to be appointed as the chair of the Central Competitions Control Committee.

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US Open organisers face huge bill for Eugenie Bouchard's 2015 fall

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) is facing a large compensation pay-out after a New York court ruled it bears most of the blame for Eugenie Bouchard's ...

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Ulster make two changes for trip to Scarlets

Ulster Head Coach Jono Gibbes has made two changes to the starting line-up for tomorrow's PRO14 clash away to Scarlets.

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Rory Best insists Johnny Sexton will shake off sore back before Wales game

Rory Best has insisted Johnny Sexton will shake off a sore back and be fully fit for Saturday's Six Nations clash with Wales in Dublin.

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Arsenal to face AC Milan in Europa League last 16

Arsenal have been drawn against AC Milan in the last 16 of the Europa League.

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Jack Wilshere 'the most overrated player on the planet' - Roy Keane unimpressed after Arsenal defeat

Tell us what you really think, Roy...

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Russian bobsleigh pilot tests positive for banned substance

A second Russian athlete competing at the Winter Olympics has tested positive for a banned drug.

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PaperTalk Extra: Why is the Wales threat underrated and is Mourinho the new Wenger?

Mikie Sheehan and Peter McNamara join Stephen Barry for a packed show previewing a bumper sporting weekend.

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Former AFL player set to line out for Mayo senior footballers in 2018

Former AFL player Cian Hanley is set to join the Mayo senior footballers, it is reported.

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Ruby Walsh ruled out of long-awaited return to action

The leading jockey has been sidelined since suffering a broken leg in a fall from Let's Dance at Punchestown on November 18.

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Teenage dream: 15-year-old Zagitova holds her nerve to take figure skating gold at Winter Olympics

The balance of the sport's power has shifted east, where it is likely reside for some time to come in the gleaming blades of Russian Alina Zagitova

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