Joe Quaid: Limerick team have the right attitude to win

Limerick legend Joe Quaid believes their players have the right mental approach to finally end their 45-year wait to lift the Liam McCarthy Cup this Sunday.

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Conor Whelan reminds people of human element to inter-county scene

When the players involved in the All-Ireland SHC final are retiring to their beds next Saturday night, Niall Donohue is sure to pop into Conor Whelan’s mind.

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GAA: Touted tickets will be cancelled

Ahead of the All-Ireland hurling and football finals, the GAA has issued a warning for anyone thinking of buying or selling touted tickets.

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Kevin De Bruyne suffers knee injury in training

The Manchester City midfielder will undergo tests in the coming days to determine the full extent of the problem.

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Sean Dyche juggling Burnley squad ahead of crunch Europa League tie

The Burnley manager is balancing domestic and European objectives

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Yedlin boost for Newcastle as tests reveal knee injury is not serious

The defender was hurt late in Saturday’s Premier League’s defeat by Tottenham.

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Bristol head coach Pat Lam eyeing Champions Cup qualification

Bristol head coach Pat Lam has targeted achieving Heineken Champions Cup qualification on their Premiership return.

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Celtic Cup: New rugby development competition announced between Ireland and Wales

The IRFU and the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) have announced a new development competition for emerging professional players from the two countries.

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Paddy Jackson: Once I got out on the pitch, I felt like I just came out of my shell

Paddy Jackson says he’s thrilled to be back playing rugby and his debut for Perpignan last week was like his “first game.”

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Father and son to go head-to-head for Ebor Festival opening day

Aidan and Joseph O'Brien who twice teamed up as trainer and jockey to land York's richest race, the Juddmonte International, look set to go head to head with classic ...

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Pat Smullen remains positive in cancer battle

Pat Smullen is "on to the next step" of his recovery as he continues to receive treatment for a tumour which was found earlier this year.

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Greyhound breeders critical of new rabies vaccination rules

Irish greyhound breeders say new rules regarding rabies vaccinations could cripple the industry.

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Olesen hoping to earn Ryder Cup place after being reunited with missing clubs

The Dane is not counting on any wild card favours from his friend and European captain Thomas Bjorn.

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Moriarty and Thornton share Cork Pro-Am title

On a day of low scoring at Cork GC, Colm Moriarty (Glasson Hotel & GC) and Simon Thornton (Tulfarris Golf Resort) carded a pair of six under par 66s to top the leaderboard ...

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Paul McGinley: Rory McIlroy now 'average' compared to world's top three

"This perception that if Rory plays his best, then he wins... That is not applicable any more."

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Three potential Ireland medals on the line at the Para Swimming European Championships

Three Irish swimmers will have the chance to win medals at the World Para Swimming European Championships this evening.

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Fury’s unfazed by Wilder plan to watch Pianeta fight from ringside

The American intends to scrutinise Fury’s clash with Pianeta at Windsor Park.

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Father and son to go head-to-head for Ebor Festival opening day

Aidan and Joseph O'Brien who twice teamed up as trainer and jockey to land York's richest race, the Juddmonte International, look set to go head to head with classic ...

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Ger and Dalo's All-Ireland final preview: 'The bus journey we're dreaming of all our lives'

All-Ireland winners Ger Cunningham and Anthony Daly preview the hurling final with Colm O'Connor.

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PaperTalk GAA Podcast: Éamonn Fitzmaurice's box of letters, Clare's regret and Galway's low battery

Tony Leen and Anthony Daly review the weekend's GAA with Colm O'Connor

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Hurling delirium, hurling overload, hurling snobbery, and a hurling documentary

Michael Moynihan reviews an incredible weekend's hurling with Colm O'Connor. And looks ahead to tonight's The Game documentary on RTÉ.

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KIERAN SHANNON: Why Limerick may have to lose one to win one

Even a side as well as prepared as this may have to lose one to win one, writes  Kieran Shannon.

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SEAMUS O'TUAMA: Michéal wins battle of the O’Sullivans at Durrus

Competition for the three Munster places for the third All-Ireland series intensified in the past week.

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MIKE QUIRKE: No need for hunger games in the Gavin guide to ongoing success

Dublin footballers continue to be somewhat of a quandary for everybody outside the capital, don’t they? It’s like people are torn between really appreciating what they’re doing through their incredible domination of the competition, or utterly despising it because of the obvious advantages they have enjoyed getting there, writes Mike Quirke

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