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# Final Countdown

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In video: Ryan ready for Cats challenge
Premier boss last night named his side to face Kilkenny this weekend. He knows what lies ahead.
Premier League power rankings (Part IV): Can anyone knock United off their perch?
With the start of the new Premier League season imminent, find out who has topped our power rankings table.
Recap: how the Tour de France is shaping up after 15 stages
We examine how the likes of Nicolas Roche and Alberto Contador are performing as the competition enters its final week.
Focus: the last three Ulster football finals revisited
As Donegal and Derry prepare to do battle, we take a look back at the recent history of the championship.
WATCH: Lar Corbett and Tony Browne gear up for Munster decider
Munster and Tipperary clash on Leeside this weekend. Two of the county’s heroes expect a real showdown.
Tsonga stuns Federer, as Djokovic topples Tomic in Wimbledon quarters
Is it a changing of the guard? The Swiss superstar was defeated despite winning the opening two sets – the first time that’s happened to him at a Grand Slam.
Ward joins Moylette in European Championship final
The 20-year-old is guaranteed to win a silver medal at least.
Down Wembley Way: looking back at London’s European Cup finals
This weekend is the sixth time that the final of Europe’s premier club competition has been held at Wembley. How well do you know your history?
The Bootroom: what Alex Ferguson must do to out-wit Guardiola
The master will have to out-wit the apprentice if Fergie’s to secure another Champions League title tomorrow. But how can he do it?
Keep the red flag flying: 10 great moments from Manchester United in the European Cup
We’re less than 24 hours away from the most-anticipated game in European football. United have been here before.
The Magnificent Seven: European Cup final moments
This week’s column looks back at seven moments of magic from the European Cup Final. Do you agree with Niall’s choices?
Munster and Leinster name starting XVs for Magners League showdown
Danny Barnes starts at outside centre as McGahan names unchanged side.
Confidence key for both United and Barca, says Trapattoni
The Republic of Ireland boss gives his verdict on this year’s Champions League final between Manchester United and Barcelona. Who does he think will bring home the trophy?
Leinster fans ready themselves for a very different kind of rapture
With hope in their hearts, Leinster fans have travelled en masse to Cardiff in search of history.
Rocky Road: How Porto and Braga booked their places in Dublin
It has been a long road to tomorrow night’s Europa League Final. We take a look at how the two teams made it this far.
For one night only: "Dublin Arena" gets Europa League makeover
We sneak a peek inside the new-look Aviva Stadium ahead of Wednesday night’s game between Braga and Porto.
The Magnificent Seven: FA Cup Finals
Man City and Stoke have a lot to live up in tomorrow’s FA Cup Final. We take a look at seven of the best.
Get them while they're hot: Europa League final tickets on sale to Irish public
Porto and Braga will visit Dublin for the Aviva Stadium showpiece on Wednesday week.
Europa League Preview: Porto, Benfica hope to take final step on the road to Dublin
The tournament’s four remaining teams do battle tonight for a place in the Aviva Stadium on May 18.
GAA Preview: Cats out to end Dublin’s dream of a historic title
We look forward to this afternoon’s National Hurling League Division One final at Croke Park.
Dubs' wasteful shooting not really a problem, says Daly
Dublin hurling manager Anthony Daly is happy that his side’s sizable wide count will sort itself out over time.
Six changes for Dublin ahead of league final
Tomás Quinn given the nod to replace the suspended Alan Brogan at corner-forward.