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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 2°C

# Heartbreak

All time readers pick their cruellest moments in Irish sporting history
Warning – this makes for tough reading for Irish fans.
17 of the cruellest moments in Irish sporting history
Yesterday was not the first time there was heartbreak for Irish sports fans.
VIDEO: Mexico beat Brazil 11-10 on penalties at Under-17 FIFA World Cup
The sides could not be separated after the game ultimately finished 1-1.
Does heartbreak cause actual pain?
A broken heart isn’t just an abstract concept… and evolution wants it that way.
'It’s so hard to believe our star, our hero, our idol has been taken from us'
A beautiful tribute has been made by the people of Kilbeacanty to Galway hurler Niall Donoghue sadly passed away last night.
Andy Moran: 'We’re in a situation where the Andy Murray phrase comes out'
Mayo’s captain spoke out after the devastation of yesterday’s loss in Croke Park.
20 years and counting: Kilkenny heartbroken as wait for senior title continues
“Their hurling never really clicked and the bit of luck never went their way.”
And you thought your break-up was bad...
… check out these admissions from strangers.
What's the best/worst reason you've ever broken up with someone?
It’s confession time. Join the discussion here…
Rude man epically ditched by girlfriend on stadium camera
He REALLY deserved this.
Watch highlights of Munster and Leinster in European action yesterday
There were mixed fortunes for the Irish provinces in their respective Heineken and Amlin Challenge Cup semi-finals.
Annalise Murphy: I'll work so hard and hopefully be ready to win at Rio 2016
The Laser Radial competitor fought back the tears after she finished just outside of the Olympic medals.
Olympic hopes over for Ciaran O'Lionaird and Fionnuala Britton
The Cork native finished a disappointing second last in the 1500m this evening.
Irish women's team's qualification hopes ended following defeat
Rachel Corsie’s goal was enough to give Scotland victory in Turner’s Cross tonight.
The Morning Score: Friday
You can uncover your eyes now.
Suwon revisited: Mendieta’s penalty breaks Irish hearts
The player who sent Mick McCarthy’s team home from World Cup 2002 gives his account of the last meeting between Ireland and Spain.
Bacary Sagna to miss Euro 2012 after breaking his leg against Norwich
It is the second time this season that the 29-year-old Arsenal defender has broken his leg.
Olympic dream over for David Oliver Joyce
Athy native suffers heavy defeat in Olympic qualifier in Turkey.
Clermont v Ulster
Ulster have made the final eight of the Heineken Cup already but can they top their pool campaign off with victory?
Splitsville: celebrity breakups of 2011
We say we don’t care but we kinda do.
Cooper facing lengthy spell on the sidelines
Quade Cooper won’t be back on a rugby pitch until next year after suffered a suspected ACL injury on Friday.
In pictures: Wales end Irish World Cup dream
Ireland’s Webb Ellis hopes ended in Wellington earlier this morning. Here’s how.
Average woman 'spends £500 after being dumped', says British survey
A Superdrug survey found that 2,000 recently-dumped women spent an average of €570 spoiling themselves after a break-up.
Copenhagen shatter Rovers' Champions League dreams
The Irish side’s campaign ended tonight, with a 3-0 aggregate loss.
Raiders steal holiday money from four-year-old boy with cancer
The boy’s birthday presents were also taken after thieves broke in to his family home.
Day of promise ends in disappointment for McIlroy
An eight-over par round of 80 cost Rory McIlroy his dreams of a first Major victory at the US Masters in Augusta.
Injury ends Rafa Nadal's Grand Slam quest as draw opens up for Murray
Andy Murray now faces David Ferrer in Australian Open semi-final.