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Former champion Rory McIlroy crashed out of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play despite winning a match without hitting a single shot, while Shane Lowry is also out after defeat to Jon Rahm.
The origins of the all-conquering Dublin football team can be traced back to Stephen Cluxton's match-winning free against Kerry in the 2011 All-Ireland Final, according to Blues legend Charlie Redmond.
The Euro 2016 semi-finalists are in town for Friday's World Cup qualifier and while Chris Coleman's side have not enjoyed the greatest start to the campaign, they will certainly be looking to secure the victory at the Aviva to kick-start their journey on the road to Russia.
epublic of Ireland youth international Michael Keane says playing for England was always his dream and didn't have to think twice once the Three Lions showed an interest.
Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has made two changes for the Allianz Football Division One clash with Mayo at Omagh, with a couple of further positional switches.
Ireland come face to face with a Welsh galactico, Mayo prepare for a crucial Omagh showdown and Cork City look to make an early title statement - it's your guide to the best of the weekend's sporting fare and a comprehensive guide of where to watch it.
Ireland's Rugby World Cup Oversight Board Bid Director Kevin Potts believes that the timing could not have been better for the visit of the World Rugby Technical Review Group.
Tottenham moved one step closer to playing home games at Wembley next season after their application to host 27 matches at the stadium's full 90,000 capacity was approved.
Martin O'Neill is convinced James McClean will be ready psychologically for the Republic of Ireland's World Cup qualifier against Wales despite a difficult week off the field.
The funeral of Derry City captain Ryan McBride took place in Derry this morning.
Two-time Lions captain Martin Johnson believes Alun Wyn Jones is ahead of Rory Best in the pecking order to skipper the Lions tour to New Zealand this summer.
Seamus Coleman wants to see the Republic of Ireland draw on the way they handled Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Euro 2016, when they come up against Gareth Bale and Wales on Friday night.
Team Ireland's skiers have secured four more medals at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria, bringing the total to eight.
Mayo travel to Omagh this weekend for a rematch of their controversial All-Ireland quarter-final against Tyrone in our pick for Game of the Week.
It's a crucial World Cup qualifier against Wales, and you can help Shane Long get into the zone with our interactive game 'Long Shots'.
Hugh Cahill and Michael Corcoran are joined by Damien Varley to looking back on the main Irish talking points from the Six Nations, who could be in Warren Gatland's Lions squad, the return of Europe and Ireland's RWC2023 hosting ambitions
Scotland fullback Stuart Hogg was named Six Nations player of the championship on Thursday for the second year in a row.
Everton have taken a significant step towards their goal of building a new stadium on the banks of the River Mersey after securing a deal to acquire land at Bramley Moore Dock.
Liverpool are at the centre of an investigation for allegedly tapping up a Stoke City schoolboy player and offering to pay his school fees, before reneging on the agreement.
World Rugby confirmed that 36-year-old South African official Jaco Peyper will control the first Test on June 24 in Auckland.
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