Wednesday 26 April, 2017
The former world number one beat Roberta Vinci in straight sets at the Stuttgart Open.
The Burnley midfielder is disappointed with the ‘harshness’ of the decision and intends to appeal.
Fifa boss Gianni Infantino has confirmed the news today.
The Connacht star is set to attend a Disciplinary Hearing in Cardiff via video link tomorrow.
Cheltenham champ wins Wednesday’s big race at Punchestown in a photo finish.
In an utterly absorbing passage of play, Saracens killed off the Champions Cup semi-final.
Michael Daly is bidding for glory with Galway next Saturday.
The games will take place from 11-13 May.
The ex-Ireland skipper believes young players who don’t succeed at British clubs first time around have an alternative route via the domestic game.
The 31-year-old was an unused substitute against Galway last Sunday.
The suspended midfielder’s statement included plenty of extra details.
The Ireland and Colorado Rapids striker is set to earn a base salary of $1 million.
The five-time champion was knocked out by last year’s runner-up Ding Junhui.
It’s the Manchester Derby tomorrow night.
Ireland’s all-time record goalscorer isn’t planning to hang up the boots just yet.
Dara Ó Cinnéide will be joined by well-known guests on Friday night.
However, plenty of players aren’t happy that she is being granted wildcard entries into tournaments.
The France international will miss the midweek encounter but there is better news for Ander Herrera.
Ireland captain Seamus Coleman has given his first interview since his leg break against Wales.
Fifa have extended Neil Taylor’s suspension by one match.
The Gunners boss remains convinced that the Chilean will stay put, with his services likely to be retained even if he does not commit to fresh terms
The 30-year-old has a big summer ahead but the birth of his daughter has given Lowry a fresh perspective on life on Tour.
The prop will step away from the game to take up a job with a software company.
The Sunderland boss’s comments were deemed to have brought the game into disrepute.
The Armagh manager allegedly had a verbal altercation with Joe McQuillan.
Chris Coghlan of the Blue Jays made one of the plays of the season.
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs officers swooped on St James’ Park and London Stadium this morning.
Ding on the brink of World Championship semis after opening up 10-6 lead.
The Rockets beat the Thunder 105-99 to win their playoff series.
We have a Manchester derby tomorrow night.
The wounds from Sunday’s Champions Cup exit are still raw for Leinster and Johnny Sexton but there are also huge positives to take heading into the final weeks of the season.
The former Ireland head coach looks back on the Irish provinces’ semi-final defeat in Europe.
Warren Gatland’s squad will be a poorer place if the Leinster centre doesn’t travel, says Shane Horgan.
Jerry Flannery, Felix Jones and Jacques Nienaber are all set to stay put.
Tuesday 25 April, 2017
The Denmark international has been linked with a transfer to Camp Nou after catching the eye in the Premier League.
The defender thinks his former team-mate would like to have been part of the Turin giants’ good run in the Champions League
Kaka tops the list of Major League Soccer’s highest-paid players for a third straight year.
Sean Scannell started, while the Terriers secured a Championship play-off spot at Molineux.
James Beattie didn’t hesitate when confronted with a crisis.