O'Connor ruled out of Mayo's summer campaign

Mayo's championship hopes have suffered a serious setback with the news that captain Diarmuid O'Connor has been ruled out for the remainder of the summer with a ...

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Meath GAA investigating alleged incident between Andy McEntee and local journalist

A local paper is calling on an inter-county GAA manager to apologise after comments allegedly made after last weekend's Leinster senior football final.

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Forget about the referee's performance, Cork and Kerry need to focus on controlling the controllables

Most of the quotes we hear from players and managers these days are complete rubbish.

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Manchester United close to completing Aaron Wan-Bissaka deal

The 21-year-old right-back is set to be United’s second signing of the summer.

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Derby owner Mel Morris braced for ‘tough time’ if Frank Lampard leaves for Chelsea

Lampard is talking to Chelsea about becoming their new manager.

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Watford suspend academy striker Miller over Royal Ascot fight

Footage appeared online of a mass brawl.

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Munster experience sets Carbery up for World Cup job

Injury may have diluted Joey Carbery's first year with Munster but the province's out-half believes the time he did manage to bank as the starting ten will stand ...

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Devin Toner fit and ready for World Cup

Devin Toner's injury problems are behind him with the Ireland lock declaring himself fit and ready to go as Joe Schmidt's squad ramps up its World Cup preparations. ...

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Christian group replenishes Folau’s legal war chest

Israel Folau’s second fundraising drive for legal costs has already received more donations in 24 hours than his previous GoFundMe campaign managed to raise ...

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Kevin Prendergast: Madhmoon can shine at Irish Derby

He describes himself as “hanging in there”, but as a keen golfer, who also enjoys fishing and shooting game, the soon-to-be 87-year-old Kevin Prendergast ...

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Blue Point completes remarkable Royal Ascot double

Blue Point clung on grimly to complete a remarkable Royal Ascot double in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes.

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Stradivarius defends Gold Cup to give Dettori remarkable fourth successive victory

Stradivarius successfully defended his Gold Cup crown to provide Frankie Dettori with a remarkable fourth successive victory on day three of Royal Ascot.

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Getting into the swing of things: The Junior Golf camps available this summer

I was introduced to golf when I was five years old. Over the following years, I played many sports but golf was always something I returned to. And starting young, ...

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‘Freewheeling’ approach working for Shane Lowry

Shane Lowry is so superstitious he’d carry a horseshoe in his bag if his caddie would let him.

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Watson set to rekindle Ballybunion love affair

US golfer Tom Watson will be in Northern Ireland next month for the Open Championship, which he has won on five occasions.

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Lewis Hamilton urges F1 bosses not to turn their back on British Grand Prix

The Silverstone race’s future beyond 2019 is uncertain.

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John McEnroe cautious over Andy Murray singles return

Murray has spoken about potentially playing singles at the US Open.

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Roger Federer seeded ahead of Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon

Federer’s better record on grass has put him ahead of Nadal.

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GAA podcast: Should Kerry sweep? Cork binning excuses. The adoration of Michael Murphy. Tripping Dublin

Mike Quirke reviews the GAA weekend with Oisín McConville, Donncha O'Connor and Tony Leen.

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Dalo's Hurling Show: Clare conspiracies. Cork go third and multiply? The Bonner blow

Ken Hogan, Ger Cunningham and Michael Moynihan review the weekend's hurling drama with Anthony Daly.

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Dalo and Quirke GAA Pod: Clare despair, Clucko's legacy, gouging deterrents and Dalo in Speedos

Mike Quirke and Anthony Daly review the weekend's GAA with Tony Leen and Michael Moynihan.

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