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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Better late than never

All time
Fixtures finally confirmed for remaining rounds of Rainbow Cup
There is still uncertainty surrounding the tournament final.
Giroud takes his chance as Chelsea strike in stoppage time to book spot in last 16
Chelsea missed a series of chances after Rennes levelled but their out-of-favour Frenchman came to the Blues’ rescue.
6 months on, Rayo and Albacete complete second half
Spanish football returned today for the first time in three months.
Former Ireland U21 international ready to give his career a belated kickstart
After spending 14 years at Everton, Harry Charsley is finally experiencing regular first-team football.
'I wouldn't change it for the world' - Persistence pays off for sporting and career all-rounder Keohane
The Cork star earned her first Ireland 15s cap last weekend.
Work is finally to begin on an Electoral Commission for Ireland
It’s hoped an electoral commission will solve problems with the electoral register and address issues redrawing constituency lines.
Gavin names Dublin team for today's Leinster decider at Croke Park
The All-Ireland champions are bidding to win their ninth provincial crown in a row against Meath.
Ruairi Deane's late goal gives Cork footballers a much-needed first victory
The Rebels’ first win in Division 2 has increased the relegation threat for Tipperary.
Defoe receives League Cup medal 10 years after Spurs win
The 36-year-old left White Hart Lane for Portsmouth less than a month before the game at Wembley.
UCD continue heavy investment in sport as National Hockey Stadium set for much-needed upgrade
Work on resurfacing the pitch to international standards will take place this summer.
46 years later, Yoko Ono has been added to the credits for Lennon hit 'Imagine'
The anti-war track was first written in 1971.
Premier League running secret trials for video referees
Secret non-live trials using video technology to assess refereeing decisions have been conducted in 12 games in the top flight this season.
Belated Olympic bronze still a dream come true for Heffernan
The proud Corkonian was awarded his medal from London in Cork tonight.
Better late than never! Olive Loughnane finally receives 2009 World Championship gold
‘It was great to share the moment with all the Irish fans here.’
Mark Hamill wished Domhnall Gleeson a happy birthday on Twitter... on the wrong day
Real smooth, Mark.
The English 'car park king' is finally being given a royal burial (but not a Catholic one)
Richard III was a Catholic but will be reburied in the traditions of the Church of England.
Apple vows to tighten up security after iCloud celebrity hack
The company plans to push two-step authentication and send notifications to users any time someone tries to restore their iCloud account.
This man is getting a US Medal of Honour - 151 years after his death
Alonzo Cushing commanded a force at Gettysburge
I went to every Ireland game at 2010 World Cup and thought 'I should be out there'
Kerrie Ann Craddock made her Ireland debut at the age of 29 but is eager to make up for lost time.
Irish Game of Thrones fan has priceless reaction to the Red Wedding