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Monday 19 June, 2017

Waterford can still emerge as All-Ireland hurling contenders - but only if these things happen

Derek McGrath’s charges suffered a damaging defeat to Cork on Sunday – but remain in the hunt for All-Ireland glory.

Cork native secures move to League One side after five years at Celtic

Fiacre Kelleher has joined Oxford United.

11-time Cork All-Ireland ladies football winner unlikely to play in 2017

Briege Corkery won’t be involved with Ephie Fitzgerald’s side this summer.

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Ireland's Sean McComb secures stunning upset over world number one at Europeans

There was also good news today for Belfast flyweight Brendan Irvine.

'It's getting beyond a joke at this stage' - O'Brien frustrated as St Pat's go bottom

St Pat’s have three wins from 18 games this season.

Analysis: Cork's diagonal ball weapon, more superb defending, 11-week break hurts Waterford

I wondered if Cork’s performance against Tipp was a one-off but they improved even more to see off Waterford.

Bayern Munich rubbish Italian newspaper's report of a swoop for Ronaldo

The 32-year-old Real Madrid star has threatened to leave Spain.

Real Madrid's Luka Modric probed over false testimony

The 31-year-old midfielder is suspected of “committing the criminal offence”.

'We are very happy and very proud of my Dad' - Memorial unveiled for Kerry football great

Egan won six All-Irelands during the 1970s and 1980s alongside five All-Stars Awards.

You cannot be serious: Murray hits back at McEnroe claim

The American legend may have given the Scot a little extra motivation with his criticism.

Explainer: How next Monday morning's All-Ireland hurling qualifier draw will work

Tipperary, Kilkenny and Waterford are among the teams who will learn their fates.

From Sunday, you will only be allowed to carry 'smaller bags' into Croke Park

The GAA’s primary stadium has reviewed its safety procedures and will impose a ban on large bags and backpacks.

McIlroy drops one place as US Open champion Koepka breaks into world's top 10

Dustin Johnson remains the world number one despite missing the cut at Erin Hills.

AC Milan legend Paolo Maldini qualifies to play in ATP tennis tournament

The 48-year-old will play in the Aspria Tennis Cup later this month.

Big names included as Ireland gear up for final friendly before World Cup qualifiers WNT

Hope fading of replay for Sligo-Antrim over 'extra' substitution in Saturday's football qualifier

Sligo were drawn this morning to face Meath in Round 2A.

3 Jessica Harrington horses to keep an eye on at Royal Ascot

The Kildare trainer is looking for her first winner at the ‘Olympics of flat racing.’

Joe Schmidt's Ireland leapfrog Australia into third in latest world rankings

Only New Zealand and England are ahead of Ireland.

Michael Cheika using angry fan's Facebook rant to motivate his Australia squad

Michael Cheika called an irate fan who was moved to write a lengthy critique of the Wallabies’ pride in the jersey after their loss to Scotland.

A good start is half the battle: the 10-minute morning routine to set up your day Fitness This post contains videos

A good start is half the battle: the 10-minute morning routine to set up your day

A busy life doesn’t mean we have to sacrifice our health, writes personal trainer Sarah Cremen.

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The FAI is making it easier for children with autism to go to football matches

The FAI have created a match day checklist that allows children with autism to enjoy their day out.

Cork City satisfied as Europa League draw hands Irish clubs tough away days

All three Irish clubs will travel away in their respective first legs in the Europa League on 29 June before return legs on 6 July.

Ireland's WRWC rivals Australia take a beating as England defeat NZ to top rankings Ireland 2017 This post contains videos

Ireland's WRWC rivals Australia take a beating as England defeat NZ to top rankings

The Wallaroos have work to do before facing Ireland after conceding 144 points in three tough warm-up Tests.

Rassie Erasmus has handed in his notice at Munster - reports

The South African is set to return home.

Dundalk draw Rosenborg in Champions League second round

Dundalk became only the second Irish club to qualify for the group stages of the Europa League last season.

Analysis: Sexton-Farrell combination can unlock the All Blacks

The playmaking pair linked superbly against the Crusaders last weekend.

'Completely mental' O'Mahony and O'Brien should be a cause of concern for All Blacks

Lions back row James Haskell reckons the Irish pair offer something special to the team.

'Austin will bounce back. He's 21, he'll have more good days in the Waterford jersey'

2016 Hurler of the Year Austin Gleeson was called ashore in the 63rd minute of yesterday’s defeat to Cork.

Here's the latest All-Ireland football qualifier championship draw

The Round 2A pairings are now known.

Conan's no contrarian as he proves patience is a virtue

The back-row had to wait two years between his two Irish caps.

GAA President unfazed by missed Páirc Uí Chaoimh deadline, Special Congress to discuss hurling plans

Aogán Ó Fearghaíl is looking forward to the All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals at the revamped Cork venue on 23 July.

William Tupou made his debut for Japan against Ireland last weekend... and now he'll serve his first ban Ban

William Tupou made his debut for Japan against Ireland last weekend... and now he'll serve his first ban

The Japanese centre has been banned for tip tackle on Devin Toner.

US Open champion Koepka reveals Johnson call helped him stay patient

Some advice from world number one helped Brooks Koepka win the US Open.

Letter from New Zealand: Māori heartland, Father's Day and the red army

Murray Kinsella checks in after moving from Rotorua to Hamilton ahead of the Chiefs game.

'Last Saturday if we call a spade a spade, he hadn’t a hope of playing' - Lehane's Cork impact

An injury doubt during the week, the Midleton man made a key contribution.

Test team takes shape but a handful of huge calls ahead for Gatland

The Lions’ second row, back row, midfield and left wing selections will be fascinating.

12 months on from his darkest day as Kildare boss, how Cian O'Neill got them back on track

Kildare are back in their first Leinster final in eight years.

Irish clubs set to discover Europa and Champions League fate

Dundalk along with Cork City, Shamrock Rovers and Derry City will all have a keen interest in today’s events in Nyon.

For the seventh straight time at a major there's a first-time winner as Brooks Koepka takes US Open

Brooks Koepka the latest man to make a breakthrough, fending off the challenge of Brian Harman and Hideki Matsuyama.