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# As You Were

Last year
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Cork name team for All-Ireland quarter-final against Dublin
John Cleary’s starting XV remains unchanged from the side that defeated Limerick.
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Bowen scores winner on West Ham return as Lampard's Everton misery continues
The attacker, back after a month out with a foot injury, hit his 13th goal of the season as the hosts saw off the Toffees 2-1.
# As You Were
Leclerc tops Saudi Arabian GP practice after drivers agree to race
Defending champion Verstappen dominated most of the session but made two errors on his final laps.
All time
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Young Boys given all clear to face Manchester United at Old Trafford
The idea of a neutral venue was floated after Switzerland imposed new travel restrictions due to the emergence of the Omicron variant of Covid-19.
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No white smoke yet for Stephen Kenny as FAI discuss World Cup qualification campaign in meeting
The FAI confirmed that board members ‘undertook positive and detailed discussions’ this evening, but revealed little else in a brief statement.
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Kerry unchanged for Dublin showdown, Mayo also stick with same starting 15
The team news ahead of this weekend’s Allianz Football League action.
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'Satisfied' France unchanged for crunch Wales clash
Second-row Romain Taofifenua, fly-half Matthieu Jalibert and flanker Dylan Cretin keep their places.
# As You Were
Cretaro rescues crucial point for Harps in basement battle with Cork City
Cork City still trail Finn Harps by a point at the bottom of the League of Ireland Premier Division table, but they have a game in hand over tonight’s hosts.
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Tiger remains in share of the lead with Friday's play rained off at Japan's Zozo Championship
Round two will be played on Saturday, with round three set to overlap into Sunday.
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Cody sticks with same Kilkenny team for Leinster decider with Wexford
The Cats are unchanged from the drawn fixture between the counties two weeks ago.
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McCarthy unlikely to make wholesale changes for Gibraltar test
Ireland will stay at the top of Group D with a win at the Aviva tomorrow night.
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Liam Gallagher tweeted that he can't wait to play in Ireland "with the mighty RA"
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Munster select unchanged side for the first time this season
Johann van Graan’s men take on Castres this weekend in their final Pool 4 game in the Champions Cup.
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Ireland unchanged in latest Fifa rankings ahead of Nations League draw
The Martin O’Neill saga aside, it has been an uneventful few months for the Boys in Green.
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Liam Gallagher made a young fan's night by giving him a tambourine during a performance of Wonderwall
LG previously said that he may own up to 2,000 tambourines. Plenty to go around.
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Liam Gallagher and his Irish mam Peggy were the stars of Celebrity Gogglebox last night
Tea and biscuits all round.
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All-Ireland winning goalkeeper to continue as Dublin senior camogie boss
David Herity brought Dublin to an All-Ireland semi-final this year to cap off a successful campaign.
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Flannery says business as usual for Munster in wake of Erasmus announcement
“It was weird with the announcement at the start of pre-season but it in no way has it affected our rugby.”
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Tyrone unchanged as Sean Cavanagh set to equal all-time championship appearances record
Tyrone face Armagh in Croke Park on Saturday evening.
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Liam Gallagher pulled his car over in Dublin and gave a group of young fans tickets to his show
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Blow for Connacht as Bundee Aki will definitely miss Champions Cup play-off semi-final
The powerful midfielder’s appeal fails to reduce his punishment.
Ireland remain unchanged in the first Fifa rankings of 2017
The Boys in Green begin the year in 23rd.
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Major boost for Dundalk as key pair commit for 2017
After Ronan Finn joined Shamrock Rovers, it’s been confirmed that Dane Massey and Sean Gannon will stay for another season.
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Katie Taylor denies reports she's back training in father's gym
The Irish boxer has rejected claims she’s returning to Bray Boxing Club.
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Tipp remain unchanged ahead of historic encounter against Mayo
The Premier County will be in their first All-Ireland football semi-final in 81 years on Sunday.
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No changes for Mayo team to face Westmeath
Stephen Rochford has opted for the same team that earned a convincing nine-point win over Kildare.
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Here are the details for the hurling league final replay
An outcome neither Clare nor Waterford wanted has transpired.
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Reigning champions Dundalk get new campaign off to a winning start
A second yellow card for Bray left-back Curtis Murphy saw him dismissed on his debut.
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Ryan keeps faith with same starting XV for Kilkenny test
Tipperary head to Nowlan Park after hammering Dublin last weekend.
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Mayo name starting XV for this weekend's All-Ireland quarter-final
They take on Donegal at Croke Park on Saturday evening.
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Just one change for Limerick as TJ Ryan's side go for three-in-a-row against Tipp
David Breen comes in for Paul Browne.
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Police swoop on student actors wearing balaclavas and brandishing gun at take away
A passerby raised the alarm.
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Hazard's header, Sanchez's solo effort - and the rest of tonight's Prem action
It was another bad night for Roberto Martinez and Everton.
# no change
Nine Irish restaurants keep their Michelin stars but no new names on the list
We also have 12 restaurants listed for the Michelin Bib Gourmand Awards.
# As You Were
Cronin passed fit as Cork name unchanged line-up for All-Ireland hurling semi-final
Jimmy Barry-Murphy has placed his trust in the same 15 that defeated Limerick in the Munster final.
# Ready to go
As you were: Cork unchanged for Kerry encounter
Although the personnel are the same, Conor Counihan has made a number of positional changes to his side.
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Eurozone GDP unchanged in the first quarter of 2012
Modest growth in the likes of Germany is offset by falls in other large countries like Italy; France is also perfectly flat.
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Plus ca change... Lievremont names same French side for World Cup decider
France coach trusts the men who got him to the tournament decider as Les Bleus attempt to shock the All Blacks.
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Sneijder 'not signing for City' as transfer window returns to a state of tedium
Despite reports, Wesley Sneijder has not agreed a deal to play for Manchester City (not a typo) next season, so say Sky Sports.