Kerry's Darran O'Sullivan retires from inter-county football

Kerry’s Darran O'Sullivan has announced his retirement from inter-county football.

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Imokilly's Paudie O’Sullivan: ‘It is not your club, but we are a seriously tight unit’

Paudie O’Sullivan knows what is being said about Imokilly.

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Dublin's Paul Mannion predicts ‘complete chaos’ with rule changes

All-Star Dublin forward Paul Mannion has claimed that the GAA’s proposed rule changes are “a really bad idea” and that the sin-bin suggestion could ...

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FA charges Jose Mourinho with 'abusive' language caught on camera after Newcastle game

Jose Mourinho has been charged by the Football Association over comments he made after Manchester United's Premier League victory against Newcastle on October 6.

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Virgil van Dijk has been playing with two broken ribs, claims Dutch boss

Holland manager Ronald Koeman claims Virgil van Dijk has been playing with two broken ribs for the last few weeks.

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Michael O’Neill impressed with Gavin Whyte despite glaring miss in Bosnia

Northern Ireland hit the woodwork twice.

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Watch this Limerick prop's superbly skilful break from halfway line to set-up try

Which was better - Cathal O'Reilly's run or Tadhg Furlong's?

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Jordan Larmour looking forward to French challenge

Leinster winger Jordan Larmour says they are bracing themselves for a battle at Toulouse this Sunday.

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Gerbrandt Grobler and South African factor won’t faze Munster

Munster coach Johann van Graan has acknowledged the strong South African influence at Gloucester, his side’s next European opponents, not least the presence ...

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Is reigning champ Enable vulnerable to the Tiger ‘bounce’ factor at Prix de l'arc De Triomphe?

The Prix de l'arc De Triomphe returns to Longchamp this weekend with four-year-old mare Enable a ridiculously short-priced favourite to repeat her victory of last ...

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Cracksman’s Arc participation still up in the air

Cracksman’s participation in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe on Sunday is still up in the air with rain now forecast in some quarters for Paris on Saturday ...

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Freddie Tylicki off mark as an owner

There were some fine displays yesterday at Mallow, and Mary Salome, trained by Madeleine Tylicki and part-owned by her brother, former jockey Freddie, who was left ...

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Killarney to table ‘action plan’ on controversial Deloitte report

Killarney Golf and Fishing Club has scheduled its AGM for November 5 amid ongoing rancour and discord over the actions of the club’s management council.

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Eddie Pepperell sets sights on major win and 2020 Ryder Cup

The 27-year-old wants to be part of the European team at Whistling Straits.

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Mum’s the word for Eddie Pepperell

Eddie Pepperell defied miserable conditions with a little help from his mum to win his second European Tour title of the season in the British Masters — and ...

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Five Ronnie O’Sullivan snooker controversies

The 42-year-old was critical of Crawley’s K2 Leisure Centre as it prepares to host the English Open

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Milwaukee Brewers on top in National League Championship Series

The Milwaukee Brewers took a 2-1 lead in the National League Championship Series after beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-0.

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'Never give up' - Galway's Emma Slevin's advice to aspiring gymnasts after her fourth Youth Olympics final

Galway's Emma Slevin has finished fifth in the balance beam finals at the Youth Olympic Games with a score of 11.800.

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Club GAA podcast: Division envy in Cork, what's driving Na Piarsaigh, Clifford v Geaney but no O'Connor

Imokilly, ‘the Beast from the East’, won the Cork senior hurling final but not everyone on Leeside is thrilled for them.

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Club GAA podcast: Barrs back in final, Crossmolina drop, Thurles toppled

A game of two halves in Cork as St Finbarr’s return to the county final.

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Nenagh can’t celebrate a semi-final, there’s been too much heartache, says former Tipp star Michael Cleary

Speaking on today’s Irish Examiner GAA podcast former Tipp All-Star Michael Cleary, who played in Nenagh’s only county title-winning side in 1995, paid ...

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JOHN FOGARTY: Clare draw the short straw in both codes

Nobody over-eggs anticipation like World Rugby. The draw for next year’s World Cup in Japan was made last May, a full 803 days before the start of the tournament.

And how pretty it was for Ireland. Never mind that the seeding was premised on form over two years away, Joe Schmidt’s luck was in.

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ANTHONY DALY: Joy for Imokilly but it’s a strange kind of glory

On the way into the match yesterday, I met Mark Landers, who was doing co-commentary for local radio, writes Anthony Daly.

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DONAL LENIHAN: Munster weather the storm but frustration lingers

The ride into Bristol was not for the faint of heart, Munster’s charter flight buffeted violently in gale force winds. The landing was pretty white-knuckled too, not helped by the knowledge that five earlier flights had been diverted at that stage. It all made for a strong test of the constitution which would serve Johann van Graan’s men well on Saturday at Sandy Park, writes Donal Lenihan.

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