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Sunday 1 October 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# heartache

Last year
Ireland denied piece of history as South Africa prove too strong
The Blitzboks secured a 21-5 win to clinch the World Rugby Sevens Series in Dubai.
Michael Conlan's world title challenge is ended by Leigh Wood in dramatic final round
Wood stopped the Belfast man in the 12th.
All time
'It's failed' - Ronaldo's Juventus future in the spotlight after more Champions League heartache
The Serie A side crashed out in the last 16 for the second year running on Tuesday night.
Paris-born Coman's 'heartache' after crushing PSG's dreams
Bayern meanwhile strengthened their European pedigree after completing a second treble.
Celtic get back on track after Champions League heartache
Brendan Rodgers’ side clinched a 3-1 win against Partick Thistle.
Joe Hart looks increasingly in danger of suffering World Cup disappointment
Surplus to requirements at Manchester City, the experienced goalkeeper has been told he cannot leave West Ham.
No Champions League for Arsenal as they miss out on top 4 for first time in 21 years
The Gunners finished fifth despite a win over Everton today.
Cork City endure extra-time heartache in Europe
The visitors had taken the lead through Mark O’Sullivan’s deflected strike on 13 minutes.
'We set a place for Daddy at the Christmas table - I tell the children he's still with us'
A single mother has told her story after her husband died in prison in the hope that it will stop others getting into trouble.
Opinion: Breaking up (around Christmas) is hard to do
Ending a relationship at this time of year can magnify the perception that everyone else is having a great time with their loved ones.
This little boy and girl arguing about the weather are the most adorable thing you'll see today
“You poked my heart.”
Column: Is society finally able to recognise the pain of a miscarriage?
Until recent years, miscarriage was not something that was spoken about: it was simply brushed under the carpet. But couples should not be afraid to be open about their grief – talking will help them to heal, writes Deirdre Pierce-McDonnell.
Column: Watching my daughter emigrate will break my heart
With no employment opportunities, Mary McCarthy knows the right thing for her young daughter to do is emigrate – but it won’t be easy.
England U20s dash hopes of Irish Grand Slam
Mike Ruddock’s side endured a disappointing 20-9 loss tonight, as England won the Six Nations Championship.