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Friday 24 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

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This year
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Jackman: Marx would be brilliant signing for Munster but it's 'very unlikely to happen'
‘You never know, the 1014 group might step up again’, added Muray Kinsella, ‘but it’s not looking too likely at the moment.’
Last year
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No vodka, no diamonds, no luxury goods: US and EU impose sanctions on Russian imports and exports
“Putin must pay the price,” US President Joe Biden said today.
All time
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Meade's Daly Tiger proves a 20/1 success at Fairyhouse
Starting favourite Chatham Street Lad was seven lengths off the pace.
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Byrony Frost becomes the first female jockey to win King George
Big-race success for Bryony Frost as Paul Nicholls strikes for 12th time in St Stephen’s Day spectacular.
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Pauw hopes Shane Long's heroics of 2015 can inspire Ireland to salvage their qualification bid
The Girls in Green will host the Germans on 1 December.
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He Knows No Fear is 300-1 record breaker at Leopardstown
Shock maiden victory at biggest ever price in Ireland.
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Unheralded world number 417 holds off Mickelson for shock PGA Tour win
Adam Long couldn’t quite believe his luck as he secured victory at the Desert Classic.
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Carlo Ancelotti unlikely to take Leicester job, according to his former assistant
Swansea coach Paul Clement expects his former mentor to stick to his plan and take time off.
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Erasmus keen to explore possibility of keeping Taute in 2017
The South African came close to scoring a hat-trick in Munster’s terrific win over Leicester.
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Apple is being sued because the iPhone can make calls and send emails
As well as other features like blocking calls and having a front-facing camera.
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Paul Dunne installed as one of the early contenders for BBC SPOTY award
If you believe everything the bookies say that is.
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8 things just as likely to happen as Longford beating Dublin
Is Katie Price really more likely to win a Nobel Prize than Longford are to beat Dublin?
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The death of Buzz and Woody: 10 things more statistically likely than Georgia beating Ireland
Dara O’Briain to the Late Late? More likely than Ireland losing on Sunday apparently.
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Here are 10 things more statistically likely than Gibraltar beating Ireland
The bookies are offering shorter odds on Gay Byrne returning to the Late Late.
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How much could you have won if you'd backed three All-Ireland hurling final draws in a row?
It’s probably less than you think.
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Have scientists discovered a recorded sound of MH370 crashing into the Indian Ocean?
Australian researchers say it’s unlikely, but they’re investigating it.
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Here's the Shane Long goal that opened the scoring for Ireland tonight
The Hull striker nipped in to take a loose ball away from Branislav Ivanovic and produce a cool finish
# Take a Bow
You won't see a better goal from the Polish third division today
The game finished 1-1, but that’s not what most spectators would have been discussing after the final whistle.
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Cummins and Jackman triumphant at picturesque Poc Fada finals
There were familiar names at top of the leaderboard in Cooley this afternoon.
# Take a Bow
Want to see an absolute wonder goal from the halfway line?
You won’t see a more audacious strike than this one for a long time.
# Double act
Power play as Aidan O'Brien and son celebrate 2,000 Guineas win at the Curragh
There were also wins for Tiddliwinks, Cay Verde and Nandiga during a glorious days’ racing.