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# judgement day

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'It’s coming down to Monday, and I’ll do everything to get there'
Alan Judge has endured more bad luck than most, but is eager to play his part in Ireland’s push for Euro 2020.
Poll: Do you use social media to (secretly) judge other people's wedding days?
‘In what world would I deliberately stand in front of my sister?’
Poll: Who will win today's TG4 All-Ireland senior football final - Dublin or Cork?
Throw-in at Croke Park is 4pm.
Acid test for Wexford but pressure on Galway to deliver - Leinster hurling final talking points
The counties lock horns at Croke Park today, with a 4pm throw-in time.
Calculators at the ready…here’s the Allianz football league permutations
Plenty at stake in the four divisions today.
We asked a UFC judge to explain if Conor McGregor deserved his win at UFC 202
Ben Cartlidge writes about McGregor’s majority-decision victory over Nate Diaz last weekend in Las Vegas.
Guardiola: 'My Bayern reputation hinges on Champions League success'
However, the Spaniard does not believe his reign at the club should be judged on continental success.
Poll: Dublin or Mayo, who'll win round two and join Kerry in September showdown?
Throw-in on Saturday in Croke Park is 5pm.
'There's a lot of misconceptions around judging. I quite enjoy challenging those'
The view from inside the mind of a judge in the UFC.
Some of the world's top scientists think it's judgement day in the battle against robo-killers
Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking and Steve Wozniak are all on board.
Guinness Pro12, final day match tracker
There is a LOT to play for in the last round of fixtures.
'I think it's in the rearview mirror from a Clare perspective' - The Banner are moving on
The focus turns to the Munster quarter-final against Limerick on 24 May for Clare.
Paul Lambert says Roy Keane's critics should 'take cover' ahead of book release
‘The Second Half’ is due to come out on 9 October.
Is a Terminator-style robot apocalypse a possibility?
And why are scientists afraid to talk about it?
Bitter race for cycling hot seat approaching finish
Cycling is about to elect a leader it hopes can pump fresh life into the sport.
VIDEO: Welsh centre Jonathan Davies bodypops his way to a super try
The challenge has been thrown down to his Lions jersey rival, Brian O’Driscoll.
'I'll have the whole crowd against me' says Dunne destroyer ahead of Belfast bout
The man who stole the Clondalkin gaelgoir’s bantamweight boxing crown in 86 ghastly seconds will fight Carl Frampton in September.
Camping out: Harold remains silent as humanity survives rapture
Preacher Harold Camping had predicted the end of the world yesterday – the second time this year that he’s been incorrect.
Rapture prophet Harold Camping moved to nursing home after stroke
Harold Camping had a stroke on June 9 and has had to move into full-time care, ahead of Apocalypse 2 in October.
The end is nigh, again: Camping revises rapture date
The end of the world is still five months away, says the preacher who had first said we were set for doom last weekend.
Happy Holy... Terminator Judgement Day?
Today – 21 April 2011 – is foretold to be the day the machines rise against humans. Or maybe not.