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Sexton’s masterclass ensures Nacewa bows out on a perfect note
Leinster prove their status as the best team in Europe with a swashbuckling display
The Irish Times - Sport
O’Neill hoping France friendly will allow him to learn more about his options
Ireland manager says his players will not be in ‘wind down’ mode ahead of summer break
The Irish Times - Sport
McKernan goal helps Down overcome first hurdle with some ease
Struggling Antrim prove no match for the Mournemen in Newry
The Irish Times - Sport
Recovery going as well as I could hope, says Smullen
Pat Smullen enjoyed a day at the Curragh yesterday as he continues his recovery after being diagnosed with a tumour. - Sport RSS Feed
Harrington takes plaudits as 'Alpha' lands 1,000 Guineas
It was a weekend of firsts at the Curragh as Ken Condon and Jessica Harrington enjoyed occasions to remember as they claimed their respective maiden Classic victories at headquarters. - Sport RSS Feed
Crowley hits 16 points as Exiles prevail
Edmond Kenny's third-quarter goal proved pivotal as Lancashire finally swept Cavan aside in Ballyconnell. - Sport RSS Feed
Reds spooked by Salah injury
Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum admits injury to Mohamed Salah so early in their Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid affected their performance. - Sport RSS Feed
It's a stroll in the Garden as Fenton leads Blue wave
It was obvious long before yesterday but here was the day when it became official: there are two Leinster senior football championships. - Sport RSS Feed
Walters sets sights on starring at the Euros in Dublin
He's the old hand looking for one more run-out on the big stage of international football. - Sport RSS Feed
Task for Irish boys is to pass tough French test
Lambs to the slaughter? Or brave lions who can go into battle in the heat of Paris, against a side rated as potential winners of the World Cup, and come out on the other side? - Sport RSS Feed
Three for Sam: Bennett wins again as Froome takes title
Ireland's Sam Bennett won his third stage of this year's Giro D'Italia in a dramatic sprint finish in Rome. - Sport RSS Feed
Coleman likes the look of the new Irish talent
Another season draws to a close and another batch of changes is made to the shape of the Ireland team. - Sport RSS Feed
Evans: Dubs are good sportsmen and sound guys
Somebody rang John Evans not long after midday on Saturday after the team Jim Gavin had selected to play Wicklow was officially announced on the county board’s website. - Sport RSS Feed
Karius will deal with it says Klopp
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists goalkeeper Loris Karius will deal with his calamitous night in the 3-1 Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid. - Sport RSS Feed
Sexton simply the best I've ever coached says Lancaster
It is time to recognise the greatest of all Leinster teams in the professional or any other era. - Sport RSS Feed
Martin wants Offaly to 'graft' as Wexford loss leaves team in crisis
Wexford ruthlessly burned off the fragile shoots of recovery that Offaly had painstakingly nurtured during the last five months on a night of hurling carnage in Tullamore on Saturday. - Sport RSS Feed
Devanney on top form for Premier
Tipperary's minor hurlers got their Munster campaign back on track with an impressive, goal-laden victory against Cork at Semple Stadium yesterday. - Sport RSS Feed
Kelly rues cheap goals as Laois crush Lakemen
While many might have expected hat-tricks in Kiev on Saturday night, Tullamore seemed an unlikely location for such heroics. - Sport RSS Feed
Relieved Ryan hails team's 'sheer bloody-mindedness'
From the shadow of a pathologist's glove, Tipperary's Championship was re-awakened through what manager Michael Ryan acknowledged as "sheer bloody-mindedness". - Sport RSS Feed
Liverpool flaws highlighted by Real microscope
Jurgen Klopp was obviously disappointed, but trying to put a brave face on, before even his enthusiasm gave way to some irritation. - Sport RSS Feed
Tipp get off their knees and find some fight
This was meant to be the day when Tipperary roared into life and put a difficult week to bed. - Sport RSS Feed
McBrearty on fire in Celtic Park heat as Donegal cruise
Derry had been the bane of many baking hot afternoons in Declan Bonner's career, but there was little danger of a repeat yesterday. - Sport RSS Feed
Bad habits die hard for McIlroy as Molinari wins BMW
Rory McIlroy frightened the life out of Francesco Molinari with his B game, but still has time to get back "in sync" as the US Open looms. - Sport RSS Feed
Master of cynicism Ramos is the dark heart of Madrid
With Sergio Ramos skipping along with the trophy and Florentino Perez, the president, hugging Gareth Bale, this should have been one of the great coronations. Instead, there was a darkness about Real Madrid's hat-trick of Champions League titles. - Sport RSS Feed
Madrid's dysfunctional family set for break-up
After the lightning, the thunder. Minutes after blitzing Liverpool to claim a historic third successive Champions League title, the cracks in Real Madrid's impeccable facade were already beginning to appear. - Sport RSS Feed
Bennett: My legs were dead but the faster we went the better I felt
Sam Bennett took an historic third stage victory at the Giro d'Italia yesterday when he out-sprinted points winner Elia Viviani in Rome at the end of a glorious three-week Grand Tour for the Carrick-on-Suir sprinter. - Sport RSS Feed
'Out-worked, out-fought, out-played' - O'Neill laments 'catastrophic' loss
How did Kildare get here? - Sport RSS Feed
Comerford fires Sligo into final
Sligo are through to their third final in four years following an occasionally nervy, but eventually efficient, dismissal of Fermanagh in Tourlestrane. - Sport RSS Feed
Conlon runs riot as clinical Banner take advantage of Déise misfortune
As the Angelus bell tolled the only bodies left on the Cusack Park sod were the victorious Clare squad as they soaked up their success with a celebratory puck-around. - Sport RSS Feed
Walters: I could never have walked away like that
Deep down, Jon Walters knew he was nowhere near 100pc fit, but he had come too far in helping Ireland make it back to a major tournament to throw in the towel that easily. - Sport RSS Feed