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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Old Foes

All time
Enable shows guts and class to fend off Crystal Ocean and claim King George VI Chase
The brilliant daughter of Nathaniel showcased her typically immense attitude on Saturday evening.
Cork gain some revenge on Dublin but All-Ireland finalists to go again in league last four
The Rebels won today but the sides meet again in two weeks time.
Galway withstand second-half fightback to claim sixth win in-a-row over Mayo
A first-half goal from Danny Cummins set Galway on their way to victory in this Division 1 meeting.
Keane branded a 'destructive influence' and blamed for Rice situation by ex-team-mate
Ex-Ireland and Liverpool midfielder Jason McAteer was speaking to Richard Keys and Andy Gray.
'It was an absolute honour to play against one of the best defenders the game has ever seen'
Sean Cavanagh and Marc Ó Sé clashed when their clubs met on Saturday, but there was no lasting animosity between the pair.
Van Graan dismisses O'Connor's claim that Munster were 'cynical' at the breakdown
The English side slipped to another heavy defeat at Thomond Park as their head coach lamented ‘inaccuracy.’
Mourinho has 'immense respect' for Benitez as pair prepare to meet for first time in a decade
The pair have feuded in the past but the Manchester United manager holds no ill will towards his Newcastle counterpart.
Federer and Nadal edge closer to intriguing US Open semi-final meeting
The pair could face one another in Friday’s semi-final in New York.
'It was one of those days where we thought, 'if we get out of this alive, we'll be very lucky'
Ryan McMenamin remembers Tyrone’s lucky escape in the 2003 drawn Ulster final.
Cork and Kilkenny to renew their ongoing rivalry in the league final
The pair will meet in the Division 1 decider on 23 April.
Lance Armstrong offers Paul Kimmage the chance to take him on at Dublin event
The disgraced former cyclist will be in Ireland for the One Zero sports conference in October.
Derby day in Manchester and the Premier League talking points
There’s also a Tyne-Wear derby, while Leicester continue their unbelievable title challenge.
Klopp: Liverpool against Man United is one of the best things ever
The Liverpool boss is looking forward to tomorrow’s game.
Thursday nights just got interesting! Liverpool will face Man United in Europa League last 16
It will be the first time the clubs meet in European competition.
United make it six wins in a row but benefited from this controversial decision
Brendan Rodgers’ woes continue.
Regardless of league standings, Man United - Liverpool remains English football's No.1 rivalry
It doesn’t matter where these two English giants currently lie, this match remains the Premier League’s biggest.
'You do feel that bit of an edge' - Eoin Reddan on the prospect of facing Munster
The Leinster player doesn’t believe the game needs any extra hype after Rob Penney’s comments.
Here are all the statistics you need to know ahead of Leinster's clash with Munster
Top try scorers, who has the most caps, who scored the most points in a game and which team has won more games.
Ireland will face Romania at Wembley Stadium in the Rugby World Cup
While Joe Schmidt’s men were winning the Six Nations, rugby’s 17th best side were losing to Georgia in Tbilisi.
Clongowes Wood see off St Andrews to set up Schools Cup final with Blackrock
Up in Ulster, meanwhile, Methodist College were too good for Wallace High School.
Ospreys coming to RDS to dominate warns Leinster captain Leo Cullen
The second-row is delighted that his side have their Pool 1 destiny in their hands going into the final round of fixtures.
Pics: Enda Kenny met Bertie Ahern at Croke Park yesterday
We imagine things won’t be as amicable as yesterday if Bertie’s Dublin make it to Croker in September.
5 year nostalgia alert! All change for Munster since taking on Clermont & Schmidt
It feels like a lifetime ago but some of the main protagonists are still on the scene.
Heineken Cup: Elwood sweats over Henshaw as 'Quins test looms
The Connacht coach was delighted with his side’s start ahead of another fierce battle with Conor O’Shea’s troops.
Handling of Suarez issue got Dalglish sacked - Ferguson
The Manchester United boss also feels that the cultural differences argument ‘killed’ the Uruguayan’s defence.
Connacht fans get a chance to relive history with pre-season visit to Harlequins
The westerners eliminated the English Premiership side from the Heineken Cup when they beat them at the Sportsground in January.
Preview: Allianz National Football League opening weekend
Saturday evening marks the start of the 2012 campaign and we’ve got team news from around the country.