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# bring it on

Last year
'Bring it here and we'll have a right go at each other... see who comes out on top'
Shamrock Rovers boss Stephen Bradley wants to clinch a third successive Premier Division title by beating Derry City next weekend.
O’Mahony passed fit for Saturday’s Series decider – Earls honoured to captain his country
Peter O’Mahony is available for Ireland’s final test of the season against New Zealand this weekend.
Kyrgios vows to make 'top 10 players look ordinary' as Wimbledon beckons
The volatile Australian shot to fame at the All England Club in 2014.
All time
'I am a bit of the eternal optimist. But like everyone, there is always a balance'
Sene Naoupu on being grateful, growing the game, and taking on France.
'That collision between Danie Roussouw and BOD is something that's vivid'
Former Springboks wing Bryan Habana is excited about the 2021 Lions series.
Ireland U21s to face the might of Brazil in Toulon Tournament semi-finals
The impressive Brazilians scored 13 goals and conceded none in their three group fixtures.
Davy Fitz: 'Donoghue always seems to get up for me. Every time he plays me he's like a lunatic'
Davy Fitzgerald’s Wexford and Micheal Donoghue’s Galway clash this weekend in the Division 1 quarter-final.
England don't 'frighten' us - Colombia goalkeeper Ospina
The goalkeeper knows his side come up against a strong Three Lions team in the World Cup last-16 but is confident of getting a good result.
'The opportunity that exists is really precious' - Schmidt set for Grand Slam shot
There are battered bodies in Ireland’s squad but no one will be letting up this week.
'We know they will be tough': All Blacks coach on drawing Springboks at Rugby World Cup
Steve Hansen expects South Africa and Italy to provide stern tests, but was “okay” with the draw.
Here's what the cast of Bring It On is up to now
This is not a democracy, it’s a cheerocracy.
Theresa May's to lose? Here's how the main parties measure up ahead of the UK election
The Conservatives will hope to win another majority over Labour, the Lib Dems and the SNP.
Queen Elizabeth has given the go-ahead on Brexit with royal stamp of approval
Theresa May’s planned timeline to trigger Article 50 by the end of the month looks on course.
Analysis: Bubbles to start for Tipp, midfield battle, Kilkenny attacking potential - All-Ireland final preview
Our hurling analyst Tommy Dunne looks ahead to next Sunday’s eagerly-anticipated clash between Kilkenny and Tipperary.
Paudie Maher: 'We don’t ever fear Kilkenny, we never did'
The Tipperary defender make two huge defensive plays in their one-point win.
'F*****g delighted!' - Davy Fitz relishing another crack at Waterford next Sunday
Clare’s manager was in bullish form after yesterday’s Allianz Hurling League decider.
Kerry's need, the Cluxton effect and more National Football League final talking points
We’re in for a fascinating final between Dublin and Kerry at Croke Park on Sunday.
'I get high on adversity' - Luis Enrique defiant despite Barca slump
The reigning champions have lost their last three matches in La Liga and their manager is relishing the challenge of turning their fortunes around.
6 talking points ahead of Dublin and Mayo's All-Ireland semi-final replay
The two sides face off again at Croke Park on Saturday – and it should be tasty.
11 reasons why we're glad the All-Ireland U21 hurling championship is back
This is one competition you won’t want to miss.
Ryanair is expecting an 'irrational' price war with other budget airlines
Airfares could drop up to 8% next year, it predicts.
The Patriots will kick off the 2015 NFL season against the Super Bowl's most successful team
The NFL schedule for next season has been released.
Mary Lou: I'll take on Joan Burton any time, any place
Ding dong.
Ireland's 2023 World Cup bid 'very attractive,' says World Rugby chief Gosper
While no official bid has been announced, Gosper also said that Ireland would be a strong candidate for the 2017 Women’s World Cup.
Claire Byrne on sexism, competition from UTV and being 'as stubborn as an ass'
The broadcaster said she wanted to stick her two fingers up at people saying she should ‘go back to reading from an auto-cue with her blond hair’.
Kieran Donaghy: 'I'd love to be wrestling the head off Tommy Walsh in training'
Donaghy is looking forward to feeding off Walsh’s experience of being a professional athlete in Australia.
Mourinho says Chelsea are ready to face the big guns in Champions League
‘It will be very good for our evolution as a team if we can play one of the best.’
Survival of the fittest: Early life experiences can make worms fight to the death
The research by NUI Maynooth represents a significant breakthrough in the study of the fundamental behaviour of animals.
11 reasons getting back to normal is actually great
Feck your Blue Mondays, let’s get back into it.
Chin up: Here are 6 reasons why January is going to be brilliant
Far from being the worst month of the year, in sporting terms, it could well be the best.
Ready to go: Gay chooses to focus on 100m event ahead of Olympics
The second-fastest man in the world feels short distances suit his running style.
On your marks: Bolt and Powell will race in Rome
The Olympic build-up is getting very exciting and May’s race meet in Rome will act as a fast-paced preview to the games.