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Thursday 7 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# No Joy

This year
Shane Duffy returns from the cold to start Ireland's Euro 2024 qualifier against France
Stephen Kenny has named his injury-hit starting team for tonight’s game in the Parc des Princes.
All time
Ireland's Leon Reid finishes seventh in blistering 200m semi-final
It was the fastest 200m race ran this year, and Reid finished just outside his season’s best from this morning.
Olympic Breakfast: Irish heartbreak and Dutch miracle comeback on the track
Three Irish athletes were eliminated in the heats on Monday morning.
Disappointment as Ireland fails to qualify for Eurovision final in Tel Aviv
Sarah McTernan represented her country in this evening’s semi-final.
Draw unkind to O'Brien as he faces top seed Selby in World Championship opener
Elsewhere, Mark Allen will take on Jimmy Robertson and Ronnie O’Sullivan begins his campaign against Gary Wilson.
Hurley and Hoey miss out on Tour cards at Q-School
Korea’s YE Yang, the first major winner to compete at the event, was among those to secure his spot for next season.
McCurley's Rio hopes over after defeat in keirin repechage
The 24-year-old leaves Rio after just two races.
The talks between farmers and factories have ended with no deal, what does this mean?
The IFA said it would stage a 48 protest from 3pm on Sunday if no deal was reached.
Chelsea frustrated as Huntelaar earns a point
The Premier League leaders will still expect to qualify from a group also including Sporting Lisbon and Maribor.
PAOK keep Champions League place despite full Metalist racket
The Ukrainian side have lost their appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
One in three people who apply for mortgages are turned down
Figures revealed for the first time show that 38 per cent of mortgage applications were rejected last year.
Denied: Ireland Under-18s lose out to England in Euro final
The Irish teenagers accounted for Portugal and France but were outclassed by the Auld Enemy