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Painful memory of 2013 loss keeping Ireland focused ahead of Italian challenge
Peter O’Mahony captains Ireland for the first time in a Six Nations game on Sunday as he returns to the scene of an infamous defeat at Italy’s Stadio Olimpico.
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Donegal motion to stop Dublin using Croke Park as home venue in Super 8s beaten at GAA Congress
Without naming Dublin, Donegal chairman Mick McGrath said it was unfair that Croke Park couldn’t be deemed both a home and a neutral venue for a team
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O’Donovan and Puspure hit form at Ireland trials
World champions sparkle despite testing conditions in Cork
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Denting Liverpool’s title charge is not United’s main motivation, insists Mata
Juan Mata insists derailing Liverpool’s title tilt is not Manchester United’s main motivation as they look to seal a “very special” win this weekend. - Sport RSS Feed
David Kelly: 'He was winning his 53rd cap on that searingly emotional afternoon when tears flowed like so much vino rosso'
LEONARDO Ghiraldini can map out his international career in many ways but nearly all the roads lead to failure. - Sport RSS Feed
Ghiraldini: Ireland not weakened by changes
Italy do not expect to be facing a weakened Ireland in Sunday's Guinness Six Nations clash, despite the visitors resting several key figures.
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'This is a big opportunity and I plan on taking it' - Jordi Murphy eager to stake a claim in Italy showdown
Jordi Murphy doesn't even bother attempting to downplay it: Sunday's game against Italy is massive in terms of his World Cup hopes - Sport RSS Feed
Beirne shines after ‘mad dash’ with Munster
Second row now hoping for Six Nations debut after last minute Munster cameo
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Ireland changes do not weaken team, Italy captain insists
Ireland captain Rory Best will miss just his second in 63 Six Nations matches, dating all the way back to 2007.
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Klopp believes Solskjaer has got United back on track
"He's bringing in all the things Sir Alex Ferguson stood for because he was experienced big time in Sir Alex Ferguson's time in Manchester."
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Ban lifted on use of county grounds for non-GAA events
The GAA Congress in Wexford has passed a motion which will see the lifting of the ban on allowing county grounds to be used for non-GAA sports and functions.
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GAA opens county grounds to other sports
Congress passes motion to allow use of grounds in ‘exceptional circumstances’
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Klopp believes Solskjaer has got United back on track
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has got Manchester United back on track ahead of the north-west derby at Old Trafford on Sunday. - Sport RSS Feed
Foster: Beach break on back-burner until best-ever finish is secured
Watford are also in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup next month.
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Maurizio Sarri hoping Chelsea players have free minds ahead of Carabao Cup final
Given the week Chelsea have had, Sarri will try for a relaxed build-up.
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Arsenal boss Unai Emery was a big fan of ‘very special’ Matt Le Tissier
Arsenal host struggling Saints on Sunday knowing a victory could see them return to the Premier League top four.
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Top six clubs hold no fear for us, insists Ralph Hasenhuttl
Southampton slipped into the relegation zone following defeat to Cardiff a fortnight ago.
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Stakes getting higher for Fitzgibbon stars
University College Cork take on Mary Immaculate College in today’s Fitzgibbon Cup final.
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Arsenal boss Unai Emery was a big fan of ‘very special’ Matt Le Tissier
Unai Emery may be relatively new to English football but the Arsenal head coach has revealed he has been watching Southampton for years after becoming a fan of Matt Le Tissier. - Sport RSS Feed
Solksjaer invites Ferguson to give Liverpool team talk
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has opened the door for Alex Ferguson to give the Manchester United team talk before tomorrow's Premier League showdown with Liverpool.
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Central Council now has power to open grounds and stadiums to non-GAA events
Central Council will now have the power to open up provincial, county and national grounds to non-GAA sports following an overwhelming backing in Congress in Wexford today.
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John Caulfield: 'At the moment we can't score'
Cork City boss John Caulfield could not hide his frustration after the Leesiders' second league defeat on the bounce and lamented, "we can't score".
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GAA Congress 2019: Ban on county ground being used for sports other than hurling and gaelic football lifted
GAA county grounds has been given the same status as Croke Park as potential venues for games other than hurling and football. - Sport RSS Feed
Gary Neville gives his verdict on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as he salutes Marcus Rashford's progress
Gary Neville believes interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is one victory away from securing the Manchester United job on a permanent basis. - Sport RSS Feed
Watch: Paul McGinley salutes Tiger Woods for producing the 'shot of the year'
Paul McGinley declared Tiger woods had hit the 'shot of the year' after his incredible curving bunker shot helped to move him into contention at the WGC-Mexico Championship. - Sport RSS Feed
Fair is unfair – Are my Nike 4% runners a sporting advantage?
Ian O’Riordan: Vaporflys are now at the front of almost every competitive distance race
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Ewan MacKenna: 'The sport of kings built on elitism and wealth, but why does it come at a cost for staff?'
It was an early November day in 2017 and despite the strong prevailing mood, it didn't sit right. - Sport RSS Feed
Foster: Beach break on back-burner until best-ever finish is secured
Ben Foster has promised Watford will forego thoughts of the beach this summer to focus on securing the club’s best Premier League finish. - Sport RSS Feed
All you need to know: Allianz Football League Round 4
A guide to the weekend's action where Kerry, Mayo, Fermanagh, Longford, Leitrim and Derry will all look to remain unbeaten.
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Springboks scrap 30-cap eligibility rule as part of 'radical' plan to keep players in South Africa
South Africa's rugby union will scrap a rule that requires overseas-based players to have at least 30 test caps to be eligible for Springboks selection as part of a "radical" overhaul of its contracting system. - Sport RSS Feed