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Today’s News

Only the people of Iceland enjoyed their win against England more than the Wales squad did Friendly Neighbours This post contains videos

Only the people of Iceland enjoyed their win against England more than the Wales squad did

Raucous celebrations in the Welsh camp, to say the least.

Limerick unveil side for Munster minor semi-final against Waterford

Walsh Park is the venue for tomorrow’s clash.

Watch: Thousands line the streets as Seamus Coleman paraded through Killybegs Seamie This post contains videos

Watch: Thousands line the streets as Seamus Coleman paraded through Killybegs

The defender was overcome by emotion as he addressed the crowd.

One change to Cork team for tomorrow's trip to Tralee for Munster final

Cork take on Kerry in Austin Stack Park.

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Scarlets sign 24-year-old Irish lock Tadhg Beirne from Leinster

Beirne played four times for Leinster last season after graduating from the province’s academy.

'Premier League players should light a candle every night when they go to bed'

That was Didi Hamann’s withering assessment of England’s top flight after Roy Hodgson’s side crashed out of Europe.

From TheJournal.ie The Sun put a picture of Wayne Rooney's crying six-year-old son on its front page Classy

'It's been the perfect response from England' — Steve McClaren tempts fate as Iceland net winner

McClaren froze on air as Kolbeinn Sigthorsson squeezed what turned out to be the winning goal past Joe Hart.

'He has to stay' - Maradona calls on Messi to continue with Argentina

Argentina’s all-time leading goalscorer dropped a bombshell following Sunday’s Copa America final loss to Chile.

Good riddance, cod help us and ice wallies - the English papers pull no punches

Some incredibly harsh words for Hodgson and his players.

From TheJournal.ie They've had a tough few months - so it's no surprise Icelanders are losing their minds a little Iceland Smites

They've had a tough few months - so it's no surprise Icelanders are losing their minds a little

Their adult population is just a little larger than that of Kildare. So, yes, they’ve been partying.

'The future is bright' - Rooney denies international retirement after England debacle

The captain says he is determined to fight on under a new manager.

Alan Shearer puts his hand up for the England job live on BBC

England’s managerial post is up for grabs following Roy Hodgson’s resignation on Monday.

Luke Fitzgerald announces his retirement from rugby at 28

The Leinster and Ireland back hangs up his boots on medical advice.

The LOI needs more backing and other Euro 2016 lessons for Ireland

Plus, why the FAI were right to offer Martin O’Neill a new contract.

'For some lads it’s a foregone conclusion. For guys like me, it’s not'

Eoin Reddan reflects on his 15-year professional career.

Ranking Ireland's 5 best players at Euro 2016

Seamus Coleman and others who impressed in France this summer.

'Eoin Kelly scored 3-14. We lost him' — Is Tipp football undermined from within?

Selector Tommy Toomey highlighted Tipp’s failure to exploit Eoin Kelly’s football talents in the past.

25 Irish players that could be looking for a move during the summer window

It’s Jim White’s favourite time of year.

Poll: Who do you think will win the Munster U21 hurling championship this year? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who do you think will win the Munster U21 hurling championship this year?

The 2016 action starts tonight in Páirc Uí Rinn.

Yesterday’s News

Iceland hero Sigurdsson: 'England thought it would be a walk in the park'

Ragnar Sigurdsson feels England underestimated Iceland and expected an easy evening in Nice.

Djokovic overshadowed as world number 706 causes huge shock to set up Federer showdown

Wimbledon 2016 is underway and here’s what happened on day one.

Kerry make 4 changes for Munster final meeting with Cork

The sides meet in Tralee on Wednesday night.

Roy Hodgson resigns as England manager following shock defeat to Iceland

Hodgson won’t be seeking to renew a contract which was due to expire at the end of the tournament.

The dream continues for Iceland as they stun England to book quarter-final spot

Huge shock in France sets up a quarter-final against the hosts.

The Joe Hart howler that gave Iceland a shock lead against England

The England goalkeeper should have done much better for Iceland’s second goal.

The42 Rugby Show: Series defeat to the Boks and where Irish rugby now stands

Shane Jenning’s joins Murray to reflect on a disappointing weekend for Irish rugby.

We will have new European champions as Italy dump Spain out of the Euros

Italy set up quarter-final against Germany, as the Azzurri stun the holders.

Should this Kildare goal against Westmeath in Croke Park yesterday have been allowed?

Manager Cian O’Neill was not happy that Cathal McNally’s goal was disallowed.

As it happened: England v Iceland, Euro 2016

With one more quarter-final place on offer, a meeting with hosts France on Sunday evening is the reward for the winner.

Sterling starts as England make 6 changes for Iceland clash

The Manchester City winger returns despite struggling in England’s games against Russia and Wales.

Dunne: 'Top clubs should look at players like Hendrick and Brady'

The former Ireland defender was impressed by the two 24-year-olds following at Euro 2016.

Back on home soil! Ireland touch down in Dublin after memorable Euro 2016 journey

Hundreds of fans greeted the players as they arrived home.

Dani Alves completes Juve move after 8-year Barca spell that yielded 23 trophies

The Brazilian attacking defender is heading to Italy after signing a deal with the Serie A champions.

Tom Cribbin, Ulster football and Kildare's attack — winners and losers of the GAA weekend

It was a good day for the Westmeath boss as they booked a second straight Leinster final.

Tributes pour in after popular Cork and Munster GAA official passes away RIP

Tributes pour in after popular Cork and Munster GAA official passes away

Jim Forbes was a member of the Carrigaline club.

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