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Aaron Connolly completes loan move to Chris Wilder's Boro
The Ireland forward joins until the end of the season.
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Australia and New Zealand pull out of Rugby League World Cup in England due to Covid concerns
The tournament is due to get underway in October.
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Willian swaps Chelsea for London rivals Arsenal
The Brazilian was a free agent after leaving Stamford Bridge at the end of the season.
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Britain is out of the EU: It might be the right time to plan that shopping trip to the North
The pound is at its lowest point for thirty years, meaning shopping is now cheaper north of the border.
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George North ruled out of New Zealand tour
The WRU have confirmed the disappointing news.
Hibernian confirm appointment of Neil Lennon as new manager
The former Northern Ireland international has signed a two-year deal with the Scottish Championship side.
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Leinster sign Hurricanes scrum half Jamison Gibson-Park
Hayden Triggs has also extended his contract.
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Wallabies and Pumas to play Rugby Championship game in the wrong hemisphere
Australia have a seriously tough travel schedule ahead of them.
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The majesty of Greenland: Irish photographer captures arctic beauty in new exhibition
The exhibition will take place in The Copper House off Synge Street next Wednesday.
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Edinburgh sign up Irish prop John Andress on two-year deal
The former Ulster and Ireland A forward has made the switch from Worcester Warriors.
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Michael O'Neill coaxes Hughes out of retirement for first game in charge
Young Newcastle man Shane Ferguson is also featured in Northern Ireland panel to face Norway next week.
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Michael O'Neill to be interviewed for Northern Ireland job
Rovers manager will face committee next week while his assistant, Jim Magilton, and Iain Dowie have appointments today.
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It's in the game: how the EA Sports Cup final was won
Derry won the EA Sports Cup last night, beating Cork City by a single goal at Turner’s Cross. Candystripes striker Eamon Zayed struck the decisive penalty. Here’s how it unfolded.