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Cullen: Furlong 'should be fine' for Ireland's November internationals
The tighthead sat out the win against Munster on Saturday with an ankle issue.
Cullen eases fears on Furlong injury as Munster await Carbery update
Furlong pulled out of today’s URC derby with an ankle issue while Carbery was forced off with a shoulder problem.
Andy Murray hoping to be fit for Wimbledon after abdominal injury
The two-time champion sustained the injury in his final defeat by Matteo Berrettini at the ATP event in Stuttgart.
All time
Cullen optimistic on Sexton injury with Ireland internationals looming
The out-half came off with a hip problem during the 50-15 win over Scarlets.
Pandemic could be ended in less than two years, says WHO
The prediction comes amid a spike in cases across Europe.
Randolph hopeful of recovery while Parrott 'has real chance of starting' v New Zealand
Mick McCarthy has also played down worries over the fitness of Shane Duffy and Glenn Whelan, and said Troy Parrott has a ‘real chance’ of a senior debut next month.
Club bosses strike notes of optimism for Ireland over Duffy and McGoldrick
The pair are currently sidelined with injuries ahead of a crucial double-header of Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Leopardstown on course to beat the weather as cards in Britain continue to fall
However, officials have announced the running order will be amended on Saturday.
'The golden generation in England won nothing. I think all of Belgium just wants to win something'
Chelsea star Eden Hazard thinks England’s underachievement serves as a warning to Belgium.
Brighton boss Chris Hughton delivers potentially great news for Ireland
The ex-Ireland full-back is hopeful Shane Duffy is available for this weekend’s Premier League meeting with West Ham.
Watch: Rugby World Cup pool draw live from Japan
Ireland will find out who they’ll be facing in the pool stages in 2019 this morning.
What does a UK election mean for Ireland? It could be good news you know...
… from a Brexit point of view at least. But could it bring about a border poll?
Erasmus to give Murray every chance of being fit for Toulouse
The scrum-half has been given the week off ahead of the province’s Champions Cup showdown with the French side.
Connacht hopeful Carty injury not as serious as first feared
The champions have had no luck this season.
The Leaving Cert appeal results are out this morning
Honours English and Biology were easily the most appealed subjects in 2016.
The weather isn't great out there, but it may* clear up in time for the All Ireland
*This is Ireland. There are no guarantees.
Footballer of the Year McCaffrey an injury doubt ahead of Sigerson Cup final
The Dublin star was taken off after 15 minutes of UCD’s semi-final today.
Euro 2016 draw: We rank the teams in Pot 2
It’s time to take a closer look at who Ireland could be pitted against in Saturday’s draw.
Martin O'Neill plays the waiting game as Long and O'Shea race to be fit for Bosnia
Rob Elliot’s absence “a wee bit strange,” says O’Neill as question marks hang over five of play-off squad.
Shane Long is 'touch and go' for Ireland's Euro 2016 play-off
Striker left out of Southampton squad as he continues his recovery from an ankle injury.
The appeal results for this year's Leaving Cert are out...
If you tried to up a grade or two you’ll find out this morning how you got on.
Ireland hopeful over Payne with outside centre wearing moon boot
The 29-year-old has been jogging but is still in a protective boot.
Did you win the €2.5 million Lotto jackpot from last night?
Check your ticket.
IRFU decline to comment amid Cian Healy World Cup fears
It is believed the 27-year-old is still struggling to shake off the after effects of neck surgery.
Tipperary will find out later today if Colin O'Riordan can play against Kerry
Colin O’Riordan remains an injury doubt for the Premier.
'It's in the hands of the Gods' - Euro qualification hopes in the balance for Ireland U17s
After yesterday’s 0-0 draw against Hungary, Dave Connell’s girls won’t know if the have done enough until tomorrow.
Johnny Sexton will start Racing's Top 14 showdown against Clermont tomorrow
Come back in one piece Johnny, you hear us?
D-Day for Dublin as UEFA announce Euro 2020 host cities
This afternoon, UEFA reveals the 13 cities which will stage the European Championships in six years’ time.
Ciaran Kilkenny set to undergo scan tomorrow after suffering knee injury
The Dublin player suffered the injury in action against Kildare tonight.
Hopes are high in the Garth queues this morning
Optimism is a fine thing.
Junior Cert results: how did the country do?
Nearly 60,000 students will receive their Junior Certificate results today. Here’s how they did.
Ireland seek World Cup reprieve as ICC chief conducts review
The International Cricket Council will review its decision to limit participation at the 2015 World Cup, boosting Ireland’s hopes of taking part.