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Saturday 3 June 2023 Dublin: 11°C

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# Changes
Porter to start for Ireland as Furlong and Henderson set to miss out
James Ryan is set to return to Ireland’s second row for the Six Nations clash with Wales.
# Changes
Still no room for McKinley as Conor O'Shea names Italy team to face France
There are three changes from the side that lost to Ireland.
# Team news
Dublin boss Pat Gilroy shakes things up for crucial Limerick clash
The Sky Blues side shows three changes from last time out.
# Team news
5 changes in Tipperary side to face Wexford
Daragh Mooney, James Barry, Patrick Maher, Barry Heffernan and Michael Cahill all come into the side.
# Changes
Sean O'Brien returns for Connacht as Bealham gets set to bring up his century
O’Brien has been out of action since September.
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Two changes for England as they prepare for Wales
Eddie Jones has named his side for Saturday’s Six Nations encounter.
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'12 years late', Palestinians are about to get 3G for the very first time
Palestinians will have access to 3G from Tuesday – years after much of the rest of the world began using it.
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Aki's back as Connacht close in on Challenge Cup quarter-finals
He’s one of three Irish internationals returning for Kieran Keane’s men.
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'He studied to become a Jesuit priest. Now he was one of the most famed people in racing'
In this extract from ‘Centaur,’ Declan Murphy recalls the first time he came across the legendary Barney Curley.
# Changes
"Since he's had a child he's been relaxed, like: 'What have I been worrying about all along?'"
Keith Earls says he can see a huge difference in Ian Keatley of late.
# Team news
Leinster call on returning internationals for Exeter clash
Leo Cullen has named a strong starting XV for the Champions Cup encounter.
# Changing times
The Irish Times has bought the media group behind the Irish Examiner
The deal will have to be cleared by competition watchdogs.
# one third women
World Rugby announce 'historic' reforms to add female representation to Council
The governing body will ensure that one third of its soon-to-be expanded board members are female.
# Changes
Mo Farah splits from controversial coach Salazar and will return to London
The Olympian is teaming up with Gary Lough, husband and former coach of Paula Radcliffe.
# Line-up
8 changes for Connacht ahead of Munster clash
John Muldoon returns to captain the side.
# first sunday in september
2018 All-Ireland football final moved back to September to facilitate potential Pope visit
The GAA has confirmed the change to 2 September, with Pope Francis expected to visit Dublin on the original August date.
# Changes
Manchester United 'would welcome' Facebook and Amazon TV rights bids
Executive vice-chair Ed Woodward has said there is growing interest from new media outlets in landing TV deals, which interests United greatly.
# The Tonight Show
'It won't be a table and four talking heads': What to expect from Cooper and Yates tonight
Matt Cooper and Ivan Yates will go live with their new TV3 show tonight.
# Changes
Aguero left out as Man City hand full debuts to two big-money summer signings
Benjamin Mendy and Bernardo Silva both make their first starts against Bournemouth.
# inexperience
16-year old son of ex-Ireland underage midfielder named in Wales World Cup qualifier squad
The good news is that Gareth Bale is back for Chris Coleman’s side.
# Changes
Carl Frampton may be set to split from Barry McGuigan - reports
The 30-year-old recently resigned as a director of Cyclone Promotions.
# Changes
China U20 team to start playing in German league
The senior national team has long been an embarrassment to the country and are currently ranked down in 77th in the Fifa world rankings.
Changes to the golfing calendar sees US PGA Championship set to move to May
The changes will be implemented in 2019.
# Changes
Julian Savea dropped by All Blacks for Rugby Championship
Coach Steve Hansen insisted ‘The Bus’ still has a future with his side.
# voices of experience
'At the end of the day, sometimes you have to speak up and say 'Enough is enough''
Both Chrissy McKaigue and Aaron Kernan agree that the the All-Ireland club championships must be played in the one calendar year.
# Centurion
100 not out for O'Shea as Mayo name XV for Cork
The Breaffy man will bring up his century tomorrow evening.
# Changes
Five changes for Cork ahead of Mayo qualifier
As expected, Eoin Cadogan is back for the Rebels.
# Changes
Hawk-Eye to be made available at Ladies All-Ireland football finals this year
Referees will also be able to use video footage to determine a score during televised championship games.
# Changes
There'll be a new look Dublin senior football championship next season
The Dublin Competition Control Committee’s motion to restructure the chamionship was passed by a huge majority.
# Selection
Gatland looking to freshen up his Lions but maintain winning momentum
The second Test victors will feel they’ve earned another starting shot in Auckland.
# Changes
Dublin Central will gain a TD, Laois and Offaly will lose one under new constituency boundaries
Cavan and Monaghan are also set to gain TDs under the new boundaries.
# rejig
All Blacks set for changes as Crotty and Smith likely to miss Test two
Steve Hansen looks certain to have fresh faces in his backline.
# Changes
Ireland confirm additions to U20 squad as five injured players head home
Peter Malone’s side will play Samoa in Georgia on Tuesday morning in the ninth-place play-offs.
# Changes
Mourinho to rest his Man United stars for Sunday's clash with Arsenal
“I think in the last match against Swansea we lost our last chance to fight for top four.”
# Changes
'Where's Cork?' How a Liverpool legend ended up in the League of Ireland
Terry McDermott, a three-time European Cup winner, had a short stint with the Rebel Army in 1985.
# Tribesmen
Galway make two changes for league final showdown with Tipperary
Paul Killeen and Jason Flynn both start.
# Changes
South Africa, Australia to lose teams in revamped Super Rugby
The drastic restructure comes amid financial losses and widespread fan discontent over the confusing and unbalanced competition.
# Team news
A first start for fullback Rowland as Connacht boss Lam makes five changes
The reigning Pro12 champions take on Zebre in Italy tomorrow in a rearranged fixture.
# Changes
Europe to get three extra spots in 48-team World Cup under Fifa proposal
The tournament is due to expand in 2026.
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Munster will look to bolster second row after losing Ryan to Racing
Rassie Erasmus understands the IRFU’s decision not to award Ryan a new central contract.