Naas CBS retained Bro Bosco title after extra time victory

NAAS CBS retained their Bro Bosco title with a hard fought extra time win over Wicklow Schools in Parnell Park last night.

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Caroline Currid to leave Limerick backroom team

Limerick hurling manager John Kiely has confirmed that Performance Psychologist Caroline Currid has left his backroom team.

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‘Kieran was a tower of strength on the field for many years’ - Tracey Kennedy

Details of the Cork County Board’s fundraising match for Kieran O’Connor were confirmed today — Cork hurlers will face Kilkenny in Páirc ...

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Sharp Blades form pushes Stevens’ starting claims

Enda Stevens is putting his dreams of Premier League football to one side as he targets a key role in Ireland’s Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.

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Michael Keane feels for Declan Rice over England switch

The Everton defender played for Ireland at youth level.

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Tributes after Sky Sports journalist who covered Ireland dies aged 47

Fraser Robertson covered Ireland games regularly during Mick McCarthy's first stint in charge of the national team.

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Remarkable fightback sees St Michael’s College win Leinster Schools Junior Cup

St Michael’s College produced a remarkable final-quarter fightback at Donnybrook to claim the Leinster Schools Junior Cup title at the expense of previous ...

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Farrell to begin Irish reign with Scotland clash at Aviva

Andy Farrell will begin his reign as Ireland boss with a Six Nations clash with Scotland at the Aviva.

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World Cup will be the Hunger Games for Ireland, says Marshall

Rhys Marshall has backed Ireland to turn their Six Nations disappointment into a ‘really hungry’ World Cup campaign when the national team heads to Japan ...

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Elliott planning ambitious double Grand National tilt with Tiger Roll

Any doubts surrounding Tiger Roll’s participation in the Aintree Grand National were allayed by his trainer Gordon Elliott yesterday, who also revealed that ...

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Kaya ‘on track’ for Leopardstown

Sheila Lavery is planning to run Lady Kaya in the 1,000 Guineas Trial at Leopardstown next month ahead of a possible tilt at a fillies’ Classic.

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Modigliani may make his long-awaited return at Naas

One-time Classic contender Amedeo Modigliani may make his long-awaited reappearance at Naas on Sunday.

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Pádraig pencils in Irish Open at Lahinch

Pádraig Harrington has confirmed he will return to Lahinch Golf Club for the first time since his amateur days at this July’s Dubai Duty Free Irish ...

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Padraig Harrington confirms he will play at Irish Open

Padraig Harrington has confirmed he will play at this year's Irish Open.

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Ruthless Rory McIlroy times Players win perfectly

Rory McIlroy was the last man on the range on Saturday night. He said he went there to correct a timing issue.

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Over the gain line, behind the headline

Peter Jackson gets over the gain line, behind the headline.

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Rice saga sees our rejection and their casual entitlement

As the future relationship of Ireland and Britain is battled over in the fraught anterooms of Westminster and Brussels, this week also saw an escalation in the real ...

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ITF accuses ATP of blocking ‘necessary’ changes

The introduction of a two-tier ranking system has created a “bottleneck” in men’s tennis, according to the ITF.

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GAA podcast: Shefflin the new Cody? Dubs' Thurles statement. Tyrone's evolution. And Crokes schooled

Anthony Daly, John Fogarty and Brendan O’Brien review the Allianz League weekend with Colm O'Connor.

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GAA podcast: Friends of Kieran O'Connor, Carlow rising, Offaly's fall, Tipp's Spanish lessons, Kilkenny bullied

Anthony Daly and John Fogarty review the Allianz League weekend with Colm O'Connor.

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#AllianzLeague Podcast: The Tracey Kennedy interview, Ronan McCarthy's turning point, schools football negativity

In an exclusive interview, the Cork GAA chairperson reflects on a nightmare six months.

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