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Sunday 1 October 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# High Stakes

This year
McEniff, Harte and McGuinness: The intense nature of Donegal-Tyrone rivalry
Brian McEniff, Jim McGuinness and Mickey Harte kept a northwest derby game one of the most compelling contests.
Last year
Russia and Ukraine near grain deal in first talks since March
The face-to-face talks come with the threat of food shortages spreading across the poorest parts of the world.
All time
Leeds chief optimistic club will be promoted to Premier League
CEO Angus Kinnear says he has yet to come up with a way to finish the season which won’t give his club their shot at going up.
Folau won't alter aerial approach despite ban for challenge on O'Mahony
“I’ll have the same mindset in attacking the ball in the air and obviously making good decisions around that.”
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson in talks for $10 million golf showdown
The pair were due to go head-to-head on 3 July, but after that date fell through, both players are committed to making it happen.
'Death to America': Iran's press is scathing about Trump's nuclear deal pullout
The international community has also expressed regret at the decision.
Trump to deliver 'high-risk' speech to Muslim world today promoting 'peaceful vision'
The speech will come less than a day after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called on Iran to ‘dismantle its network of terrorism’.
Disappointment for brave Connacht after tight tussle in Northampton
It finished two tries each at Franklin’s Gardens but Harry Mallinder kicked the points that made the difference.
'The vast majority of Muslims would not be affected': Judges grill lawyers over US travel ban
During a hearing yesterday, government lawyers argued that Trump’s immigration curbs were motivated by national security concerns.
Diarmuid Connolly on fire as St Vincent's book their fourth straight Dublin SFC final
St Vincent’s dumped out the 2012 champions Ballymun in a cagey affair at Parnell Park.
Paddy Holohan ready to take the next step towards a title shot at UFC Dublin
“If it was next year and they asked me do I want to fight Demetrious Johnson in January, of course I would.”
What's it like to turn down $3 billion? This guy knows (and he has no regrets)
Snapchat’s Evan Spiegel says Facebook’s interest just showed him he was on the right track.
One of Ireland's biggest rugby clubs were relegated from Division 1A this afternoon
St Mary’s lost a relegation playoff to Garryowen at Templeville Road.
Eyebrows at stake in one NFL game this Sunday
Well, one eyebrow, but still.
Tribute song bags Offaly teen a free trip to Breeders' Cup in Kentucky
Banagher teen Mark Boylan, who turned 14 yesterday, is being given a free trip to the States in honour of his musical tribute to the race.
Dubs give their best performance in years to destroy a ragged Tyrone
All the action as it happened from a wet Croke Park where Tyrone met a brilliant and destructive Dublin side. Pat Gilroy’s men now face Donegal.