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Fitzgerald: 'Great games don’t mean anything to me. Winning means everything'
The Wexford manager felt his team deserved to win the game in the 70 minutes.
Georginio Wijnaldum's Liverpool future mired in uncertainty
The Holland international is into the last four months of his contract at Anfield.
'One of the darkest days': Bury expelled from the English Football League
Only 23 teams will compete in League One for the rest of the season.
'Not good enough, like': Lawler his own worst critic after falling flat in European heats
The 23-year-old Carlow man couldn’t put his finger on where things went wrong today.
Two fighters pulled from UFC 223 due to injuries suffered in McGregor rampage
Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg have been pulled on medical grounds, also leaving their opponents without a fight or purse.
Devastated Venus Williams sobs over fatal car crash
After her win over Elise Mertens in the Wimbledon first round, the world number 11 was repeatedly asked about the incident.
Snooker legend Jimmy White 'loses everything' in flat fire
The six-time World Championship runner-up’s cue was in his car.
'I understand if he doesn't speak to me again' - Big Sam's agent feels responsible for England sacking
Scott McGarvey has admitted his guilt at the role he played in Allardyce’s downfall as an international manager.
Keith Duffy says he felt sick to his stomach after reading Irish Autism Action comments
The Boyzlife singer says he worked tirelessly for the charity and never asked for, or received, any payment.
'The Olympics has been two huge disappointments for me': Sanita Puspure deserved so much better
Ballincollig rower’s time would have seen her qualify from any of the other quarter-finals.
'Cheaters are cheaters' – Heartbreak for Fiona Doyle as she falls short to Russian
She missed out on the semi-finals as the previously-banned Yulia Efimova claimed victory in the heat.
"It's like the day after a funeral" - Ireland's Fittest Family farmer laments sale of herd of 1,000 cattle by bank
Farmer and Ireland’s Fittest Family winner Peter Kingston faces a €2.45 million judgement against him secured by ACC Bank.
We'll Leave It There So: Walsh resigns, Ireland return home and all today's sport
Meanwhile, ticket details for Ireland’s upcoming Euro 2016 play-off have been released.
Irish Water issues bill to woman for dead husband's water usage
The woman was “devastated” by the experience.
"Someone I could say nothing but nice things about" - Galway village devastated by death of local GAA star in Croatia
Eamon Buckley (19) lost his life tragically yesterday in Split, Croatia.
Club ruined by fire are down to their last two footballs...
Loughglynn FC in Roscommon had their entire world burnt down at the end of June.
Fans and businesses aren't the only ones losing out...concert cancellation hits charities too
One charity spokesperson said that it has left a hole in their budget.
Irishman killed in UK storm was 'kind, honest and caring' says co-worker
The leader of Harrow Council said that the community is ‘utterly devastated’ following the loss of Donal Drohan.
Irish Olympian 'devastated' after fencing gear stolen from car in Dublin
Arthur Lanigan-O’Keeffe told that he’d probably have to borrow gear ahead of the upcoming World Cup.
'Philippa was beautiful, friendly, bubbly': tributes paid to PSNI officer
The 27-year-old died while on duty in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Death toll from superstorm Sandy passes 60 in US
President Barack Obama toured the New Jersey coastline yesterday, where he vowed to stay with flood victims “for the long haul”.