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Thursday 28 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Collision Course

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Boris Johnson sidesteps Taoiseach's allegation that he has put UK on course for a ‘harder Brexit’
Varadkar said he feared the UK wanted to “undercut” its European rivals on food, health and product safety after exit day.
Deep interest for Ireland as All Blacks and Boks get set for titanic contest
‘If we play to the best of our ability then it doesn’t matter who we play,’ warned Steve Hansen.
'He was a pure beast of a man and poor Jack was in the wrong place at the wrong time'
Former Limerick captain Brian Geary recalls a devastating impact from the Rock in 2001.
Cork and Dublin power on into League semi-finals
While the Rebels remained on course for a sixth straight League title, neighbours Kerry were relegated to Division 2.
Brace yourselves for a thunderous All-Ireland football semi-final between Dublin and Tyrone
Both counties are on the same side of the championship draw – and flexed their muscles with comprehensive provincial final wins on Sunday.
Tipp against Cork, Kilkenny on course for Davy Fitz - 2017 hurling championship fixtures
Some mouth-watering ties emerged from this evening’s draws in the Munster and Leinster senior hurling championships.
It's looking more and more likely that a Dublin Bus strike is coming
Siptu says the chances of industrial action is “increasingly likely.
'Te’o and Ringrose, there was a lot of smoke blown up those guys’ asses, the Ulster centres ripped them to shreds'
There’s plenty of evidence to convince Stephen Ferris either side can win tonight’s big Pro12 semi-final.
Deer from Kerry roaming freely in the Phoenix Park? It's not a good idea
A TD raised the idea this week, and the arts & heritage minister said she’d look into it.
Here's the Argentina squad Ireland could face in the World Cup quarters
Joe Schmidt’s men may well face the Pumas in the quarter-finals.
So what happens when you leave an intern in charge of a busy airport runway?
You might end up with two planes almost colliding, which is what happened last month in Vietnam.
Toure: 'City didn't give me days off when my brother was dying in bed'
Ivorian says he was in Abu Dhabi with his team-mates while his younger sibling, Ibrahim, was close to death.
Leinster and Munster on Heineken Cup collision course if they pass French tests
Matt O’Connor believes his team has the capabilities needed to win their fourth Heineken Cup.
Scrums, grubbers and spirals: Slo-mo cameras hone in on rugby impacts
Warning: This may also include crocodiles and musk oxen.
IRB 'don't believe' in Anglo-French European Cup venture
“We strongly believe it should be a European competition,” declared IRB chief executive Brett Gosper.
Mayo v Donegal, All-Ireland SFC quarter-final
Would Donegal rule again or would Mayo gain revenge?
Ulster desire will lift them from bridemaids to winners - Mark Anscombe
The New Zealander believes his team has what it takes to capture the Pro12 title later this month.
Trimble and Pienaar combine to clinch home semi-final for Ulster
Cardiff Blues looked to spoil the party at Ravenhill but Mark Anscombe’s men were having none of it.
Nicholls: Kauto and Master Minded set for King George showdown
Trainer Paul Nicholls has confirmed that his two superstar chasers will meet at Kempton on St Stephen’s Day.