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# Game Over

This year
Waterford's summer ends early as Clare knock them out of hurling championship
Clare go top of the Munster senior hurling championship standings with 12-point win.
Toothless Waterford crash out of the Championship with defeat to Clare
Clare go top of the Munster senior hurling championship standings with 12-point win.
French prop Haouas banned for rest of Six Nations
Haouas will miss France’s next game against England at Twickenham and the tournament closer against Wales in Paris.
Last year
Analysis: 15 minutes where everything fell apart for Ireland
The All Blacks scored three tries in a whirlwind passage of pain for Andy Farrell’s side.
All time
Mercedes withdraw appeal against Verstappen's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix win
The team said they had made the decision following “constructive dialogue” with governing body FIA.
Ajax denied Dutch title as Eredivisie season is declared void
It is the first major European league to end the campaign prematurely, meaning there will be no relegation or promotion.
Ireland confirm Healy's Six Nations is over as Farrell names 28-man squad
The loosehead prop was injured in Sunday’s defeat to England at Twickenham.
Southampton boss likens players' video-game addiction to alcoholism
Ralph Hasenhuttl has revealed that some players at his former club would play video games until 3am the night before a match.
Chaotic scenes as Hamburg relegated for the first time after 55 seasons in the Bundesliga
The 1983 European Cup winners were the only founding member of the Bundesliga never to have been relegated since 1963.
'You don't expect that call. I just said 'thank you' as it's very difficult to process it on the phone'
A month has passed since Sophie Spence’s international retirement was fast-tracked by a phone call from new Ireland head coach Adam Griggs. She has regrets over the way it ended, but is now looking to move on and focus on the next chapter.
Klopp: We're all fighting for second place in the Premier League
The Liverpool boss believes the title race in England is over with Manchester City’s dominant lead at the top of the table
Tom Tierney steps down as Ireland head coach following World Cup defeat to Wales
He had been in charge for three years.
'My heart was broken for them': Mother's anger as GamerCon founder apologises for chaos
GamerCon founder Ferdi Roberts has said he is “incredibly sorry”.
Three and easy! Ibrahimovic treble puts Man United in driving seat
The striker continued his fine run of form in front of goal as Jose Mourinho’s men secured victory in the Europa League at Old Trafford.
Sorry, but it's unlikely you'll ever beat the world record for this game
The new world record for Donkey Kong is 1,218,000 and it’s very unlikely anyone will surpass it.
Irish defender leaves Dundee United days after walk-off incident
But manager Mixu Paatelainen insists Gavin Gunning’s exit has nothing to do with the handball controversy.
Time Out bars are now gone in Ireland... and this is their replacement
RIP Time Out.
Time Out bars are now gone in Ireland... and this is their replacement
RIP Time Out.
Messi double effectively resigns Arsenal to another last-16 European exit
Reigning champions Barcelona picked up a 2-0 win tonight.
Pacquiao fired by Nike after homophobic comments
The former Filipino boxing champion described gay couples as ‘worse than animals’.
Ulster are OUT of the Champions Cup as five-star Stade get the job done in Paris
For the first time since 1997/1998, there is no Irish representative in the quarter-finals of Europe’s top competition.
Pacman eyeing his next battle with fight game nearly over
Manny Pacquiao is planning to run for a seat in the Philippines senate later this year.
Rory McIlroy will not play at the Open next week
Defending champion forced to pull out with ankle injury.
One of the first free music streaming services launched is dead
Grooveshark was founded back in 2006 but its failure to secure music rights led to its downfall.
Met Éireann issues rainfall warning for seven counties
If you’re in Dublin, Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford, Wicklow, Cork or Waterford, get your umbrellas out.
Here's the single best headline about George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's wedding
Xabi Alonso has retired from international football and the world is a poorer place tonight
“I have formed part of an historical generation that has fulfilled the dreams of millions of fans.”
L'Oreal drops World Cup model after controversy over hunting photos
Axelle Despiegelaere was asked to model for the company after being spotted in the crowd at the World Cup.
After nearly ten years, Sony will pull the plug on the PSP
Sony has stopped selling the handheld in Japan and North America, and will do the same in Europe later this year.
Bitcoin exchange MtGox files for bankruptcy after major theft
MtGox’s debts totaled more than $65 million and its chief executive said 850,000 bitcoin, worth several hundred million dollars, are unaccounted for.
13 addictive games that almost ruined your life
Just one more level. One more.
Flappy Bird creator is taking the game down because it 'ruined his life'
9 statements you'll utter while staying in and admitting defeat tonight
It’s ok. We’re all in the same boat.
Limerick's Niall Moran retires from inter-county hurling
Moran was “an inspiration,” Limerick team-mate Gavin O’Mahony said today.
English and French clubs to form breakaway 'merit-based' tournament
Premiership Rugby say negotiations with the ERC are over and will open qualification to the proposed tournament to other nations.
Losing Wallabies coach Robbie Deans: OUT. Ewen McKenzie: IN.
The Australian Rugby Union are expected to confirm the news on Tuesday but you can’t keep a good story down.
7 gas Twitter reactions to the JLS split
They’re calling it a day after five years in the spotlight.
VIDEO: Heat's streak goes cold as Bulls run wild
A four point win counts as a rampaging triumph when the team you beat just won 27 straight games.
Video game maker Atari files for bankruptcy
Atari, which turned 40 last year, was a video game pioneer with games like “Pong” and “Centipede,” but has changed ownership several times amid financial problems.
Hoop dream turns to nightmare: the 9 faces of Stephen Kenny's Shamrock Rovers reign
Shamrock Rovers sacked manager Stephen Kenny on Tuesday after less than nine months in charge.