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6-0 win over Bray sees Bohemians move to fourth from bottom
Bohemians have inflicted more misery on Bray Wanderers.
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Will Maurizio Sarri’s philosophy of fun translate to Chelsea?
The Italian replacing Antonio Conte as manager is not afraid to stand out from the crowd
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Chepkoech destroys 3,000m world record by eight seconds
Kenya's Beatrice Chepkoech obliterated the world record in the women's 3,000m steeplechase by more than eight seconds in a stunning Monaco Diamond League meeting on Friday night.
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Zach Johnson and Kevin Kisner lead the way in Open but rivals ready to pounce
Here’s a wrap of the second round at Carnoustie.
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Rough going for Woods as weather takes a turn for the worse
Crowd keep up their support in the rain during difficult second day at Carnoustie
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'I'm going to go down swinging' - Rory McIlroy ready to attack in bid for British Open
Rory McIlroy has promised to "go down swinging" at Carnoustie after a second straight two-under-par 69 at the British Open on Friday. - Sport RSS Feed
GAA maintains stance on Liam Miller tribute game
The GAA have responded to calls for Páirc Uí Chaoimh to open its doors for the Liam Miller charity match, stressing the organisation is "prohibited in rule" from hosting the game.
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Supersub Conan Byrne sinks battling Limerick
Conan Byrne came of the bench to score twice inside four minutes to end St Patrick's Athletic's seven-match losing streak as the came form behind to beat second-bottom Limerick 2-1 in their SSE Airtricity League Premier Division clash at Richmond Park.
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Conan Byrne's deadly double inside four minutes enough as Saints see off battling Limerick
Limerick's players may not have been paid of late but they have certainly not been reluctant to pay their dues. - Sport RSS Feed
McIlroy targets fast start over Open weekend
Zach Johnson and Kevin Kisner set the pace in the 147th Open Championship as Tommy Fleetwood and Rory McIlroy headed the European bid to end American dominance of the majors.
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Johnson feeling confident about his game as he sets clubhouse lead at Carnoustie
The American registered a 67 on Friday, to add to his opening 69.
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All you need to know about Monaghan v Kerry
A first win for Monaghan over Kerry in championship football would be one of the standout results of the year so far.
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Conan Byrne destroys Limerick after being released from bench
St Patrick’s Athletic come from a goal down after half-time change
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No respite for Bray as they are ripped apart by rampant Bohemians
There was no let-up for the Premier Division's bottom club Bray Wanderers as they were ripped to shreds by Bohemians at Dalymount Park. - Sport RSS Feed
GAA team news: Kerry boss changes up at the back
Kerry have made three changes to their side for Sunday's trip to Monaghan in the Super 8s.
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Everton look to complete €56m deal for Richarlison
Everton are closing in on a deal for Watford forward Richarlison which could eventually total €56m.
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Eamonn Fitzmaurice rings the changes in Kerry defence for Super 8s showdown with Monaghan
Kerry boss Eamonn Fitzmaurice has carried out major surgery to his defence by naming a completely new full-back line to face Monaghan in their make-or-break Super 8s clash in Clones on Sunday. - Sport RSS Feed
Bohemians hit hapless Bray for six
A dream debut from Daniel Kelly helped Bohemians to a 6-0 victory over Bray Wanderers in their Premier Division clash at Dalymount Park
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Daniel Kelly grabs two in dream debut as Bohs hit Bray for six
Striker makes instant impression as Keith Long’s side enjoy goal glut
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FAI's Fran Gavin accuses PFAI of creating a 'media circus' after turbulent week for the League of Ireland
FAI director of competitions Fran Gavin has accused the Players Football Association of Ireland (PFAI) of creating an unnecessary "media circus" following a turbulent week for the League of Ireland. - Sport RSS Feed
McIlroy plans all guns blazing assault on Claret Jug
McIlroy two shots behind joint leaders Zach Johnson and Kevin Kisner
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Liverpool new boy Keita excited to wear number eight shirt vacated by Gerrard
Naby Keita has spoken of his “huge desire to win” as he begins life as Liverpool’s first number eight since Steven Gerrard – a player he used to pretend to be as a child. - Sport RSS Feed
McGlinchey and Guckian step down
Tom McGlinchey has stepped down after four years as manager of the Waterford senior footballers, while Brandan Guckian has called time on his time in charge of Leitrim.
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Ireland through to quarter-finals of Sevens World Cup after brilliant win over England
IRELAND's women progressed to the quarter-finals of the Sevens World Cup in San Francisco , dumping England out in the process with a thrilling 19-14 win. - Sport RSS Feed
Talking Sport: Super 8s a good idea but timing is wrong
The Super 8s, or whatever you want to call it, may very well take off but it would serve the football championship better if it was staged earlier in the summer.
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Ireland Women knock English out of World Cup Sevens
Ireland Women have beaten England in the Rugby World Cup Sevens to qualify for the quarter-finals.
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Danny Ward excited by Leicester challenge after completing move from Liverpool
Ward becomes the Foxes’ fourth signing of the summer transfer window.
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Tour de France spectators defy call for calm as lit flare overshadows stage 13
Race leader Geraint Thomas insisted he did not notice the flare that appeared to be thrown over Team Sky’s riders.
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Joker 2 has last laugh despite starting line fault
Irish Defence Forces crew take Beaufort Cup on final day of Volvo Cork Week
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'Whaaaaat the hell happened there?' How Austin Gleeson blamed himself for Tipperary's phantom goal
Austin Gleeson blamed himself for the phantom goal which saw Waterford miss out on a crucial victory over Tipperary.
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