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Thursday 7 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# pedigree

Last year
PSG women name new coach as predecessor cleared of 'inappropriate' behaviour
Gerard Precheur, who twice coached Lyon to Women’s Champions League success, has replaced Didier Olle-Nicolle.
Ardscoil Rís power into Harty Cup final at expense of Thurles CBS
The Limerick school will face Clare’s Tulla in the decider.
All time
Callaghan and Kelly to take Meath U20 reins following Flynn's resignation
Former boss Callaghan and fellow former Royals senior footballer Kelly will take charge for the 2021 championship.
John Leeper maintains family honour at Newmarket
Regally-bred Ed Dunlop colt makes waves in Derby market.
'Everyone has Leinster on that pedestal': Beirne bullish about Munster's chances
Tadhg Beirne helped scupper Munster’s last attempt to win a final, but he is a key man in a Munster side that have come a long way since.
O'Brien brought into Leinster camp as they ramped up to take on Europe again
Hot favourites for the opener and the tournament, Leinster don’t just switch on for Europe by accident.
Shamrock Rovers sign 13-cap Northern Irish international Lafferty after release by Sheffield United
The former Celtic and Burnley defender played in the League of Ireland for Derry City between 2010 and 2012.
'Almost impossible' to keep team together after Madrid demolition job, says Ajax boss
The Amsterdam side reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League for the first time in 16 years last night.
Kildare add highly-rated head coach from Galway to Cian O'Neill's management setup
U21 All-Ireland-winning manager Alan Flynn has joined the Kildare senior management team.
Toulouse v Leinster, Champions Cup
We went minute-by-minute as the four-time champions met in France.
O'Mahony proud as Munster make statement against 'oppressive' and impressive Exeter
‘Their ability to hold the ball is very impressive and as a result of that I have to say we’ll take a draw.’
Man sentenced to nine years for his part in killing of man over pedigree chihuahua
He was found not guilty of murder, but guilty of manslaughter.
Adam Byrne making the most of international pedigree at Leinster
The winger scored his first senior try for Leinster, but deflected as much praise as possible.
A three-time European Cup winner with Leinster could join a very exclusive club this weekend
Only two men have won four European Cups. There could be a third soon enough.
You'll want to keep a very close eye on Rory McIlroy's group for rounds 1 and 2 of The Masters
The tournament favourite will be playing alongside Phil Mickelson until late on Friday.
Martyn Irvine back on track in the Commonwealth Games today
And Chad Le Clos is hoping to butterfly his way to gold. What’s not to like?
'There's something special about that number 3 jersey' - Meath's Kevin Reilly has learnt from the best
Meath’s full-back on idolising Darren Fay, and then playing alongside him — the burden falls on his shoulders now though.
30 dogs abandoned every day in Ireland
Pedigree has launched its annual adoption drive, which is now in its sixth year., with the aim of increasing the adoption of dogs in Ireland.
Ní Mhuircheartaigh and Houlihan kick Kerry into All Ireland final
The Kingdom held off the challenge of Galway and will now meet either Cork or Monaghan in the final.
Preview: Wiggins' confidence 'sky high' ahead of bid for seventh medal
A podium finish in today’s time-trial would make the Tour de France winner Britain’s greatest Olympian.
Tri-Time: Sonia O'Sullivan takes silver on first outing
The Olympic heroine picked up the gauntlet laid down by Aileen Morrison and Gavin Noble.
Back in the big time: Forgotten French club reclaim their spot in top division
Stade de Reims played Real Madrid in the very first European Cup Final but took a downward slide that ended in liquidation in 1992 … now they are back in Ligue 1.
Faithful look to legend Troy for camogie job
Two-time All-Ireland winner takes charge of Offaly’s senior camogie side while there’s appointments in Cork and Galway too.