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Conor McKenna set to return to AFL with Brisbane
The Tyrone star, 26, previously spent six years with the Essendon Bombers before returning to Ireland in 2020.
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St Kilda enter AFL club race to sign Tyrone's McKenna - reports
McKenna was part of Tyrone’s Sam Maguire triumph in 2021.
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Oisín Mullin receives Geelong squad number, dispelling rumours of snag in move Down Under
The 2020 Young Footballer of the Year was earlier today included in the Melbourne club’s list of nine off-season signings.
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McKenna to return to training after serving AFL ban for breaking Covid-19 protocols
McKenna’s club Essendon face Collingwood this Friday night.
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Kyrgios comes through five-setter to book Nadal clash
Despite taking a medical time-out with a hamstring injury in the first set, the home favourite beat Karen Khachanov in five to face the Spaniard.
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Cheika hopeful over Beale fitness as Wallabies look to last-eight clash
The Australia star played just 13 minutes of the win over Georgia, but his coach says his head injury is not serious.
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Wallabies flanker Pocock to retire from Tests after Rugby World Cup
The upcoming tournament will mark David Pocock’s last matches for the Wallabies.
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Nadal happy with new serve after comfortable win
The Spanish ace looked good in beating a local wildcard.
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Cheika survives as Wallabies coach, Johnson appointed
Australia lost nine of their 13 Tests in 2018.
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Jamaica chief tips Bolt for call-up if he adds 'flair' to his game
Jamaica could give Usain Bolt an international call-up, but their Football Federation’s president wants to see improvements.
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Bernard Foley eyes World Cup after re-signing with Wallabies, Waratahs
The Aussie playmaker wants to go one better than last time at next year’s tournament in Japan.
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'I'm spent' - Conor Nash earns praise on winning AFL debut for Hawks
And there was an Irish contingent on the Geelong side too.
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'Of course I'm interested' - Sven throws hat into the ring for Australia job ahead of World Cup
The experienced Swedish coach is open to guiding the green-and-gold in Russia.
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Roy O'Donovan scores again but Vargas injury mars Newcastle Jets win
Andy Keogh was also on the mark.
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Munster's search continues as suggested Rassie replacement takes Rebels gig - report
Contrary to reports linking him to Munster, Dave Wessels appears set to stay in OZ.
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Mark O'Connor makes AFL debut but Geelong overpowered
The Kerry native made his bow at the MCG.
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One down, two to go: Ireland's James McGee wins at Australian Open qualifiers
Irish number one will face France’s Vincent Millot next.
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Mayo's Pearce Hanley has signed another new Aussie Rules deal
New two-year extension will keep Hanley in Brisbane until 2019.
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It's 'sudden death' for Australia too, says Michael Cheika
Defeat for England will see them become the first World Cup hosts to fail to reach the knockout phase of the tournament.
Ciaran Byrne makes Carlton debut to become latest Irish star of Aussie Rules
The Blues were involved in a fiery encounter at the MCG.
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Laois man Zach Tuohy kicked a monster goal but Carlton lost their season opener today
Carlton took on Richmond in the opening game of the 2015 AFL season.
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Ciarán Sheehan lands new award for Carlton rookies
The former Cork footballer is making an impression down under.
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Adam Scott topples Tiger Woods as world No. 1
The Aussie spent 38 successive weeks immediately behind Woods in second spot.
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Rory Best receives Lions call-up as Dylan Hartley gets 11-week ban
The England hooker was reprimanded for verbally abusing referee Wayne Barnes.
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Cooper set to sign new Aussie deal
Fly-half Quade Cooper is expected to end his stand-off with the Australian Rugby Union by signing a new contract.
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Quade Cooper turns focus to pro boxing
Australian out-half Quade Cooper is to follow Sonny Bill Williams into the ring by making his professional boxing debut in February.
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800 not out: Del Piero prepares for landmark appearance
The legendary striker says he never dreamed of playing so many games, but he’s happy to still be breaking records.
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Gerrans ya good thing: Simon wins Milan San-Remo
Australia’s Simon Gerrans held off the chasing pack to win the “Spring Classic” this afternoon.
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Boom! Barry Hall has cracked his last head as he calls it a day
Aussie Rules giant hangs up his boots – but wouldn’t rule out an International Rules swansong.
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Aisake signs new Aussie Rules contract
Ó hAilpín pens two-year deal with footie minnows.