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England v Australia, Rugby World Cup quarter-final
Eddie Jones and Michael Cheika pit their wits together with a place in the semi-final on the line.
England v Argentina, Rugby World Cup
We followed all the action from the Pool C clash in Tokyo.
McIlroy six off the lead as Irish trio miss the cut at the Scottish Open
There’s a three-way tie at the top of the leaderboard heading into the weekend at The Renaissance Club.
Lahinch bites back as Harrington falls off the Irish Open lead
The overnight leader struggled in tough conditions at Lahinch, eventually signing for a second-round 73.
Lowry on the march at Lahinch as he makes strong Irish Open start
The Offaly golfer is a shot off the early lead under bright blue skies out west.
Four injured in shooting during NBA championship celebrations in Toronto
Injuries are described as ‘serious but not life-threatening’.
Woodland holds off Koepka to win first Major at US Open
The American conjured a stunning chip shot on the 17th to seal victory at Pebble Beach.
Keita ruled out but Firmino set to be fit for Champions League final
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side are preparing to face Tottenham Hotspur in Saturday’s showpiece in Madrid.
Debutant Little stars but Ireland fall just short of famous England win
The 19-year-old fast-bowler took four wickets as Ireland fought back at Malahide.
Rashford back to boost United but Bailly, Herrera and Matic all missing ahead of Barca tie
Manchester United host the Catalan giants tomorrow night.
Leinster v Ulster, Champions Cup quarter-final
We went minute-by-minute for what proved to be an epic inter-pro clash in the Aviva Stadium.
Mar 30th 2019, 7:40 PM FULL-TIME: Leinster 21 Ulster 18
Mar 30th 2019, 7:31 PM PENALTY! Leinster 21 Ulster 18 (R Byrne’ 72) Not a bother on him.
Mar 30th 2019, 7:23 PM TRY! Leinster 18 Ulster 18 (Marshall ’64)
Wales v Ireland, Six Nations
We went minute-by-minute as Ireland went to rain on a Welsh Grand Slam parade.
Wales U20 v Ireland U20, Grand Slam decider
Noel McNamara’s men went to Wales with the title already in the bag. We followed their bid to complete the clean sweep.
Ireland v France, Six Nations
We went minute-by-minute as Ireland attempted to retain their interest in the Championship going into the final week.
Moynihan in the hunt at Oman Open, while McDowell makes the cut in Honda Classic
Gavin Moynihan is four shots off the lead.
Ireland international Andy Boyle keen to extend loan spell in Scotland
The former Dundalk defender is due to return to Preston North End from Dundee next month.
Europe overcome USA by seven-point margin to regain the Ryder Cup
The gap was back to just a single point at one stage as the holders looked to come from 10-6 down.
McIlroy and Garcia withstand late fightback as Europe surge into four-point lead
Europe have stormed ahead on Saturday.
Carnacon's 8 departed Mayo players have bans reduced on appeal
The club accepted their €500 fine last night.
Bale's stunning strike further exposes the gulf in class between Wales and Ireland
Martin O’Neill’s side were beaten 4-1 in Cardiff.
Woodland clings to PGA lead after Kisner and Koepka flirt with history
Scoring conditions are ideal at Bellerive and the leaders are making hay.
Johnson's lead grows as Woods, Spieth and McIlroy face the cut
Here’s the latest from Shinnecock Hills.
Ireland denied dream victory on Test debut as Ul-Haq steers Pakistan home
A superb effort from Ireland comes up just short at Malahide, as Pakistan win by five wickets.
Ireland restore a measure of batting pride after first innings collapse
Pakistan remain the driving seat at the end of the third day’s play at Malahide.
'It was just one of those days': McIlroy makes slow start to Irish Open defence
It was a better day for Paul Dunne and Graeme McDowell at Portstewart.
Japan v Ireland, summer tour
We’ve got an early minute-by-minute in store for you as Ireland wrap up their season in Tokyo’s Ajinomoto Stadium.
Japan v Ireland, summer tour
We’re getting in a pre-breakfast helping of international rugby. There’s plenty for everyone.
Ireland's Jonny Hayes struck early against Celtic in the Scottish Cup final
The Aberdeen winger put them ahead but Hoops substitute Tom Rogic proved the match-winner.
Munster v Ospreys, Pro12 semi-final
We went minute-by-minute as Munster looked to book a place against Scarlets in next week’s Pro12 final in Dublin.
May 20th 2017, 8:10 PM FULL-TIME: Munster 23 Ospreys 3 Keelan Giles just forced out of touch as he hares towards the right corner. A toe in touch before he takes off to acrobatically finish means his try is chalked off.
May 20th 2017, 8:01 PM TRY! Munster 23 Ospreys 3 ( Conway ’73)
May 20th 2017, 7:42 PM TRY! Munster 13 Ospreys 3 (Zebo ’61)
Northampton Saints v Connacht, Champions Cup play-off semi-final
We went minute-by-minute as Connacht tried to extend their season and hope of playing in the Champions Cup next season.
May 20th 2017, 5:47 PM Carty is smashed behind the gainline. Saints pour in after the breakdown AND WIN THE TURNOVER. FULL-TIME! Northampton 21 Connacht 15
May 20th 2017, 5:35 PM PENALTY! Northampton 21 Connacht 15 (Mallinder ’70)
May 20th 2017, 5:25 PM TRY! Northampton 18 Connacht 15 (Heffernan ’61)
Santner spins New Zealand to 51-run win over Ireland
The One-Day tri-series continued at Malahide today.
Here's the current status of the eight new garda stations set to be built by 2021
No new construction has begun since 2015 when it began at three stations.
He's finally done it! Sergio Garcia has won his first major after thriller at Augusta
What incredible drama.
It could be a long night ahead as Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose battle it out at Augusta
The Spaniard is chasing a first ever major win.
Some bad luck on the 18th sees Rory McIlroy drift at Augusta as Fowler and Garcia surge
Meanwhile, overnight leader Charley Hoffmann has struggled badly on the second day at Augusta.
McIlroy makes a move at Augusta but Lowry fades after disastrous start to second round
Charley Hoffman is still the leader but he has just dropped three shots.
Nightmare quadruple-bogey costs Spieth in unpredictable start at the Masters
Very few players are set to break par on Thursday.
Serbia battle back to end any hopes of Georgia shock and go top of Group D
We were warming up for a shock result in the first half, but Serbia put the game to bed in the end.
Barcelona score SIX to stage one of the all-time great sporting comebacks
WOW. Just, wow.
Watch: All the highlights as Ireland battle to hard-fought French win
Conor Murray’s first-half try helped Ireland to a 19-9 win at the Aviva Stadium.