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Wasteful Munster fail to turn pressure into points
Munster became the Cardiff Blues’ first victims of the season as they slipped to a shock 37-13 defeat in Wales.
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Anthony Joshua may KO another career
Anthony Joshua defends his IBF, WBA, and WBO heavyweight titles tonight against Alexander Povetkin in the knowledge that he may just end another career.
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Katie Taylor opens up about Rio defeat and split from father in new film
‘Katie’ documentary reveals Bray boxer’s drama in both her personal and sporting life
The Irish Times - Sport
GAA managers: 'Possibly half-mad. Certainly obsessed'
Era of long-term inter-county manager has passed due to the growing demands
The Irish Times - Sport
Paul McGinley: a ‘wow factor’ Ryder Cup is coming our way
‘I think the golf course is more suited to the European style of player than the Americans'
The Irish Times - Sport
Michael Walker: Loan culture at big clubs sees young talent cast adrift
Chelsea released Gael Kakuta in 2015 after six loans in five countries over four years
The Irish Times - Sport
Keith Duggan: world’s fascination with McGregor could be fading
The Irish fighter’s verbal energy seems to be locked into a shrinking worldview
The Irish Times - Sport
The Ryder Cup: as friendly and cordial as a cruise missile
Birkdale in 1969 was probably the closest a match came to actual violence on the course
The Irish Times - Sport
'Leap of faith’ move to RDS Leinster's best decision
Mick Dawson hoping side can benefit soon from proposed €30m upgrade to RDS
The Irish Times - Sport
Cullen reshuffles Leinster for ‘very physical’ Edinburgh clash
Leavy in line to return to side for match in which Sexton will make his 150th appearance
The Irish Times - Sport
Jose Mourinho: It’ll still be a difficult season for Man United
Jose Mourinho has warned fans this will be a “very difficult season” for Manchester United despite his team becoming a better, more attractive side.
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Nemo Rangers experience so crucial in Cork’s own super 8
We’re down to the last eight in the Cork senior football championship. It is familiar territory for most of the teams in action this weekend, but not all.
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Pep Guardiola: I will not play Neil Warnock's blame game
Pep Guardiola has refused to engage in an argument with Neil Warnock over tackling ahead of Manchester City’s Premier League trip to Cardiff today.
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A Gallic shrug welcomes Ryder Cup to France
If there is a single moment identified with French golf it is perhaps that of a hapless Jean Van de Velde standing knee-deep in the water at Carnoustie in 1999, squandering a three-shot lead on the 18th hole and with it the British Open.
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Makeshift Munster A side quench Dragons’ fire
With Johann van Graan calling up a quarter of Munster A players from the opening two victories for last night’s Guinness PRO14 trip to Cardiff Blues, A team boss Peter Malone had gone outside the province’s stocks to bolster his squad, fielding a matchday 23 numbering seven club representatives, including both scrum-halves.
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Has Munster Senior Cup lost its magnetism for the top clubs?
What does it say about the current status of the Munster Senior Cup when a quarter-final between two of the game’s powerhouses, Garryowen and Young Munster, took place last night at the same time as the televised coverage of the Guinness PRO14 clash of Munster and the Cardiff Blues?
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Garryowen bravehearts battle back to edge out Young Munster
Garryowen and Young Munster once again demonstrated the value of the Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Cup at Dooradoyle last night when they produced a thrilling quarter-final battle before holders Garryowen got through by 26 points to 23.
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Mo problem for Klopp
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists there is no crisis surrounding Mohamed Salah's form and does not expect the Egypt international to repeat his record-breaking goalscoring feats from last season. - Sport RSS Feed
Munster crushed by clinical Cardiff
Munster slumped to their second defeat in four rounds of the PRO14 League when completely outplayed by Cardiff Blues at The Arms Park last night. - Sport RSS Feed
Hornets 'still strong'
Javi Gracia insists Watford remain mentally strong after their perfect Premier League start was ended by Manchester United. - Sport RSS Feed
Benitez: FA should probe Zaha claim
Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez wants the Football Association to look into Wilfried Zaha's plea for greater protection from referees. - Sport RSS Feed
It's tough at the bottom for Irish
Ireland forward Graham Burke turned 25 yesterday. - Sport RSS Feed
Bielsa warns Brum will be no pushovers
Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa has warned struggling Birmingham will not be brushed aside at Elland Road today. - Sport RSS Feed
Rice under the spotlight after Hammers return
West Ham are likely to hand Declan Rice another chance to showcase his talents against an in-form Chelsea side in tomorrow's London derby as boss Manuel Pellegrini admits the teenager has made an impression. - Sport RSS Feed
Puel defends plan
Leicester boss Claude Puel will stick with a four-man defence against Huddersfield today despite calls from Foxes fans to switch to a back three. - Sport RSS Feed
Pochettino: I won't ditch Spurs' passing style
Mauricio Pochettino willnot compromise on his mantra of Tottenham playing the ball out from the back. - Sport RSS Feed
Mourinho still predicting ‘a difficult season’ for United
Jose Mourinho believes that Manchester United must still prepare for a “difficult season” despite his side’s recent run of encouraging form. - Sport RSS Feed
Sheedy the perfect fit but things are far from rosy in Premier garden
The saying goes that "you don't know what you got till it's gone" but Tipperary knew exactly what they had with Liam Sheedy steering the ship from 2008 to 2010 and he was the orchestrator of something special for the Premier hurlers. - Sport RSS Feed
Caulfield sees red as dominant Dundalk move within touching distance of title
On the night that a power cut affected a good portion of the city, the lights went out on Cork City's title defence. It will take a while for the darkness to lift. - Sport RSS Feed
Byrne and Reid boost Leinster 'A'
Free-scoring Leinster 'A' have notched an average of 50 points in their two Celtic Cup games thus far, and they will be looking to maintain their scintillating form when they take on the Scarlets today. - Sport RSS Feed