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# Double act

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September 2023
Pauw exit and Kenny future - The FAI respond
CEO Jonathan Hill and Director of Football Marc Canham also outline vision for future on a hectic day.
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Dundalk's reinforcements as former hero Horgan gives seal of approval
‘Daryl is a good mate of mine. He sang the praises of the club and the people and the staff that are here so that was another positive for me coming over here.’
Mickelson and Brady team up for charity golf match
The pair will face off against Bryson DeChambeau and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers in July.
Haaland brace keeps Leipzig from taking top spot in Bundesliga
Jadon Sancho and Haaland combined on the opening two Dortmund took RB Leipzig apart.
Late red card for Doherty as Kane and Son combine again in Spurs win over Leeds
The Tottenham duo equalled the Premier League record for most goal combinations in a season, taking their 2020-21 tally to 13.
'There’s nothing better than a well-bred man' - the enduring friendship of the toff and Ted
Robert Hall fronted RTÉ’s racing coverage for more than 30 years. Together with Ted Walsh, he formed a much-loved double act. They sat down to relive the highlights of a remarkable TV career.
Aki and Henshaw ready to reforge partnership to take on England
Aki insists that all Ireland centres work on having a good relationship. But his long-standing partnership with Henshaw brings something different.
'Irish people are really good people' - Erasmus and Nienaber drive the Boks on
The South Africa coaching duo have been close friends since the early 1990s.
Andy Murray makes winning comeback at Wimbledon
‘I was a little bit nervous at the start but got better as match went on,’ he said after his doubles win with Pierre-Hugues Herbert.
Louth captain the latest set for AFLW as Fremantle prepare offers for Irish duo
The42 understands that Kate Flood is one of two Irish players heading to Freo.
Stevie McKenna expected to sign with major US promoter as he begins pro career
The42 understands that Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions are in talks to sign the Monaghan lightweight.
Back to business! 'Moliwood' bromance to be tested by Race to Dubai finale
Tommy Fleetwood has great friend Francesco Molinari in his sights but concedes there are others he would rather beat.
Progress made but Clare's joint-managers to mull over future following Galway defeat
Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor have been in charge for the last two seasons.
Gold! 'Dream day' as Ireland duo defend mixed relay title at World Cup final
Natalya Coyle and Arthur Lanigan O’Keeffe were impressive in Lithuania yesterday.
Kerry boss faces senior clash with Cavan and an All-Ireland final this weekend
Éamonn Fitzmaurice has two big matches on his agenda this weekend.
Armagh boss McGeeney pounces for the services of 2002 All-Ireland winner
Aidan O’Rourke is joining the Orchard County set-up.
'What the hell, I'll pick up the phone and ring him' - Davy Fitz on Donal Óg appointment
Davy Fitzgerald has revealed the background to Donal Óg Cusack’s appointment in Clare.
Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo combine to shatter Schalke
The Welshman and the world’s best player scored fine goals in an emphatic away win over Schalke.
Eamonn Fitzmaurice links up with ex-teammate Griffin to manage Kerry school side
The Kingdom All-Ireland winners are guiding the Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne side the Corn Uí Mhuirí this year
5 Talking Points - TJ Ryan and Donal O'Grady are Limerick's new co-managers
The appointments were ratified last night by the Limerick county board.
TJ Ryan and Donal O'Grady to manage the Limerick senior hurlers
The appointments were ratified at a county board meeting tonight.
'Mossy and Dermo are going to be a tough animal to tame on Sunday'
Michael Darragh MacAuley saw first hand last Monday night how good the St Vincent’s attack is.
Power play as Aidan O'Brien and son celebrate 2,000 Guineas win at the Curragh
There were also wins for Tiddliwinks, Cay Verde and Nandiga during a glorious days’ racing.