O'Connor brothers lead Ballintubber to Mayo SFC title

The O’Connor brothers stole the show as Ballintubber reclaimed the Mayo SFC title against neighbours Breaffy at MacHale Park, Castlebar last night.

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Garryspillane get the better of Bruff in Limerick Premier IHC final

Goals at the start of either half from corner-forward Callum Sheehan ensured Garryspillane will be back playing Limerick senior hurling next year.

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No way back with Mayo for Cora Staunton

Mayo ladies football legend Cora Staunton doesn’t expect to play for the county again.

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Andrew Robertson hails Liverpool’s battling qualities at Huddersfield

Jurgen Klopp’s side trail Premier League leaders Manchester City only on goal difference after nine matches.

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Messi to miss El Clasico after being ruled out for three weeks with arm fracture

The forward will also miss the Champions League games against Inter Milan.

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Bernardo Silva insists Manchester City are hungry for more success

City remain undefeated in domestic competition.

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Simon Zebo 'sick' after taunting Ulster player

Simon Zebo has apologised for the gloating gesture made towards Ulster's Michael Lowry as he ran in the last of Racing 92's five tries in the sides' Heineken Champions ...

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Ulster fall well short on Parisian trip

Saturday nights in one of the most fashionable haunts Paris has to offer is all well and good but Ulster ultimately returned home to Belfast empty-handed having ...

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No more second chances, Rob Baxter tells Exeter after Castres defeat

Exeter had held a 14-point lead but Castres hit back for a 29-25 victory.

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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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A look at Brooks Koepka’s rollercoaster 2018

The 28-year-old has climbed to the world number one ranking.

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Sergio Garcia revels in the rain at Andalucia

Tournament host Sergio Garcia made an excellent start to his bid for a third-straight victory in the weather-affected Andalucia Masters.

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Matteo Manassero fighting for Tour survival at Valderrama Masters

Italy’s Matteo Manassero is ready to face the consequences of a poor season as he tries to save his European Tour card in the Andalucia Valderrama Masters.

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A look at Brooks Koepka’s rollercoaster 2018

The 28-year-old has climbed to the world number one ranking.

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Hamilton on pole as he seeks title-clinching win

The Mercedes driver has the chance to win his fifth World Championship in Texas on Sunday.

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Katie Taylor defends world titles with dominant win over Serrano

Midway through the seventh round of the toughest test of her career to date, Katie Taylor dropped her hands, retreated to the ropes and invited her opponent, the ...

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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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PAT KEANE: Too Darn Hot just too darn short

When it comes to taking the piddle out of punters no one can quite manage it as well as off-course bookmakers, says Pat Keane.

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LARRY RYAN: Do we have the players? Let’s find out

We have been here before in this country, says Larry Ryan.

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LIAM MACKEY: Look on his mighty works and despair

To be unkind about it, O’Neill declaring himself a winner in the immediate aftermath of a home defeat to Wales felt a bit like Ozymandias still proclaiming his greatness from amid a pile of rubble in the middle of an empty desert, says Liam Mackey.

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