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'It's fantastic that it's come to ladies football': Underdogs is back with a new season on TG4
Former Waterford footballer Michelle Ryan has joined the management team for the latest series.
'It doesn’t really bother us if we don’t get respect, but we know who we’re coming up against'
Marty Kavanagh and St Mullins face All-Ireland champions Ballyhale Shamrocks in the Leinster hurling final on Sunday.
Lewandowski saves Bayern from humiliation in village team's 'game of the century'
Drochtersen/Assel were captained by a car salesman and featured a tax advisor and a stonemason.
Germany to fine tech giants up to €50 million for hate speech and fake news
A Syrian refugee recently lost a court case after he was targetted by Facebook trolls over a photo with Angela Merkel.
2 policemen, a customs officer and shipping agent: Celtic's Champions League opponents
Gibraltar’s Lincoln Red Imps host Brendan Rodgers’ side tonight.
Power ranking the 8 biggest-ever FA Cup upsets
There were some shocks at the weekend but do any make it into our all-time list?
A small Irish firm is the reason why you may never be able to buy an Apple iWatch
And the company is keeping very quiet about any talks with the US tech behemoth.
Cook Islands (population 10,900) one game away from Rugby World Cup
Led by former Leinster forward Stan Wright, the Cookies are hoping to shock the former RWC quarter finalists.
November internationals: Gray in line for Scotland start
The giant second row must still undergo a fitness test later this week.