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Saturday 30 September 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Back To Business

This year
This will be the week of weeks for Ireland's World Cup history-makers
Three days to go until Ireland make their major tournament debut.
Last year
'I'll be with the coaches' - Rassie's waterboy days over ahead of Ireland clash
The Springboks director of rugby remembers a ‘proper hiding’ from Ireland back in 2017.
All time
Man Utd v Crystal Palace and Watford v Liverpool
We followed the 3pm Premier League kick-offs.
Katie Taylor to defend world titles against American veteran in London
Taylor will face Kimberly Connor at London’s O2 Arena on 28 July.
'If you want to win the European Cup again, you're going to have to beat Saracens at some stage'
A Six Nations medal isn’t enough to sate Jonathan Sexton.
Cullen: Grand Slam winners not guaranteed starting places at Leinster
The eastern province resume their Pro14 campaign away at Ospreys on Saturday.
'It was a very tough four weeks' - Bray still aiming for European football despite recent woes
The Seagulls have suffered financial uncertainties off the pitch, affecting performances on it over the last month.
McGregor is a unicorn and wants to fight Khabib in Russia, according to Dana White
Yeah, you heard right, a unicorn.
Fresh from All-Ireland club win, Con O'Callaghan starts for Dublin U21s tonight
Dessie Farrell makes two changes to the Dubs side that beat Westmeath.
Big boost for Limerick as Nash makes u-turn and returns to training
The 20-year-old forward had left the panel at the start of the year.
'It's a huge week for us': Back to business for Leinster as they travel to face in-form Scarlets
Leo Cullen’s men are on a six-game winning streak.
Now you want me? Schweinsteiger joins first-team training with his Man United teammates
Manchester United’s first-team training on Monday featured Bastian Schweinsteiger having previously been out of favour with Jose Mourinho.
Fit-again Andrews relieved to be in frame as season reaches fever pitch
And the St Brigid’s forward is confident that the Dubs haven’t peaked yet.
Can Liverpool burst the Foxes' bubble and the midweek Premier League talking points
There’s a full round of fixtures in the English top flight over Tuesday and Wednesday.
Andrew Trimble handed Ulster start after missing out on RWC squad
Ulster and Connacht have named their teams for tomorrow evening’s Pro12 openers.
Clare welcome back four key men for their qualifier clash with Offaly
Galvin, Bugler, McGrath and Cunningham have all been named in the Banner panel.
"Ireland is on the way back" - businesses are bullish about the economy right now
Business group IBEC says the recovery is not just well under way, but is gaining momentum.
O'Driscoll 'excited' about facing Munster, possibly for the final time
Leinster forwards coach Jono Gibbes says the outside centre is happy to get back to provincial basics.
Allowances, Reilly and property tax on the agenda as Cabinet returns
The Cabinet meets for the first time in over a month today amid growing tensions between the two coalition parties over Health Minister James Reilly.
The war at home… here’s what you might have missed in domestic rugby recently
It’s time to move on. The World Cup is but a memory – but away from the international stage, there’s more than enough to keep you entertained.
McIlroy swings back at those criticising his preparation
Colin Montgomerie and others think Holywood man should have returned to action sooner.
Holidays are over, lads - Kidney names side for summer training camps
Next stop New Zealand as Ireland’s rugby stars gear up for September’s trip to the southern hemisphere.
G-Mac hits his stride at Sawgrass
McDowell three shots off the overnight lead held by Nick Watney at The Players Championship.
McIlroy shoots 64 to move into the lead in Malaysia
A bogey-free round of eight-under sees him tied at the top with first-round leader Alexander Noren.
Fenton facing Dunguib decision
Trainer says Dunguib may make step up to three miles at the Punchestown Festival in May.
Radio Heads: McDevitt and Gilroy look forward to the national league action
Two of the most familiar voices on our airwaves offer their thoughts ahead of the national hurling and football league campaigns.
GAA mop-up: Dubs frozen out while Cork and Kerry up and running
The weather hit a lot of fixtures over the weekend but some new-look sides impressed nevertheless.