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Wednesday 7 June 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Penalties

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# Women in Sport
There's outrage after Cork City players began their warmup during women's final shootout
Twitter is alight.
# Women in Sport
There's outrage after Cork players began their FAI cup warmup during women's penalty shootout
Twitter is alight.
# Reaction
'My general situation is fantastic' - Jose Mourinho
The Special One saw his side knocked out of the League Cup on penalties at Stoke.
# Accuracy
Schmidt disappointed by Ireland's breakdown effort as Baa-Baas win
‘We got a little bit of an opportunity to look at guys at a level they haven’t played at before.’
# Nash Rule
'If I was to never hit a penalty again it wouldn't bother me, once we win the games'
Cork’s goalkeeper has no problem with the new penalty rule change.
# Green Light
Hurling now has one-on-one penalties and an advantage rule after today's Congress
The motions were passed today at GAA Congress in Cavan.
# New Law
Did you have to give up your health insurance? Here's how Leo Varadkar wants to help
The Minister has announced how he will address the increase in premiums for private health insurance.
# that's entertainment
Liverpool beat Middlesbrough 14-13 (yes, 14-13!) in an incredible penalty shootout
The Capital One Cup tie finished 2-2 after extra-time but Albert Adomah missed the crucial sudden-death kick.
Under pressure over the second home tax? Contact your local council today
One of the councils, Cork County Council said it is already being contacted by “significant” numbers of people over the payment.
# negotiate
Caught for the second home tax? This information could save you €3,000
Those in dire straits may be able to negotiate with local councils by Friday – but after that the penalties jump massively.
# Looking Back
Gaizka Mendieta on scoring THAT penalty against Ireland and how football is changing
The former Spain player still has vivid memories of knocking the Irish team out of the World Cup.
# Week in Web
Weird Wide Web: Tweeting during penalties, giant rollable TVs and a shocking exercise tool
All of your essential tech and social media news for the week in one byte-sized portion.
Penalty analysis: 'Why didn't Cillessen stop Messi's kick?
Expert Ignacio Palacios-Huerta dissects last night’s semi-final shoot-out.
# losing it
Brazilian fan loses it after penalty shootout and smashes his own TV
# saviour
Navas the hero as Costa Rica's adventures continue
The Central American side are into the quarter-finals where they’ll face the Netherlands.
# Careful Now
Self-employed contractors are underpaying millions in tax
Audits carried out in the last year showed that the Revenue was underpaid to the tune of €9.3 million.
# the difference
Jonny Sexton kicks 21 points to send Racing into Top 14 semi-finals
The Ireland out-half was faultless from the tee in a composed performance for the Parisian club.
# Your Say
Poll: Should people who dodge jury duty be prosecuted?
The Courts Service is said to be examining ways to penalise people who fail to respond to jury summonses. What do you think?
# never ending
VIDEO: Mexico beat Brazil 11-10 on penalties at Under-17 FIFA World Cup
The sides could not be separated after the game ultimately finished 1-1.
# Halloween
Warning over fireworks danger - and €10,000 fine for using them illegally
Meanwhile, Greyhound is asking people to be vigilant in case their bins are targeted during the Halloween period.
# penalty fines
Ireland paid over €3.5m in EC fines over septic tanks and EIAs
The state has finished paying off the penalties related to environmental issues – they amounted to €3,648,000.
# Penalty Points
A broken speedometer, a dying cow and a swarm of bees - how some people avoided penalty points
Nearly a quarter of penalty point notices in 2011 and 2012 were quashed, with some flimsy excuses being accepted.
# Children
Childcare providers who breach regulations could be fined €100,000
An amendment bill tabled by Fianna Fáil would see the fines being brought into place.
# Champions Elect
6 Nations: England on the brink of Grand Slam after Italy victory
Toby Flood made Italy pay for their indiscipline but a fightback ensured a tight finish.
# attacks
Convictions for acid attacks triple in Pakistan under tough new laws
The Pakistani government brought in tough new penalties in a bid to stop the dozens of acid attacks which take place every year.
# kicking kings
Pro12 points race: Irish trio chasing Welsh Dragon for top spot
Just eight points separate Ian Keatley, Paddy Jackson and Jonathan Sexton.
# Ref Justice
Ding dong the ref is gone: Gauzère replaced for Munster v Saracens
The French referee managed to alienate everyone within a 370-mile radius of Thomond Park on Saturday.
# Heineken Cup
Heart and soul sees Munster home and leaves Saracens 'spewing'
Rob Penney brought out some old-school superlatives to praise his victorious side.
Ireland v Fiji, November internationals
Ireland scored early and often against their Pacific Island visitors at Thomond Park.
# Guinness Series
Ireland wary of the long-distance threat posed by South Africa's Pienaar
Coach Mark Tainton feels the Irish players need to keep their defensive discipline or face the kicking consequences.
# rugby score
Football eh? Arsenal reel in four-goal deficit to beat Reading in 12-goal thriller
Whatever happened to boring, boring Arsenal?
# out of 10
Player Ratings: Leinster v Exeter Chiefs
The Premiership side put up a real fight in the first half before the Blues’ European pedigree shone through.
# top scorers
Points race: Keatley leads the way while O'Gara seeks records boost
The Munster man will be on the bench this weekend, giving Ian Madigan and Greg Laidlaw the chance to close the scoring gap.
# Household charge
Late payment penalties for household charge going up by €11 next Monday
Property owners who have not yet paid the household charge face increased penalties from Monday.
# Student finance
Students advised to compare bank accounts before signing up
National Consumer Agency says it’s important that students check all penalty charges before choosing their account.
# Black Market
Call for tougher penalties for 'black market' criminals
Meanwhile, the Irish Cancer Society and Irish Heart Foundation have raised concerns about the origins of the data used in the report.
# Calm
Peerless Pirlo and seven other 'Panenka' penalties
Last night’s dinked spot-kick was not the Italian midfielder’s first.
# I'm back
Watch out England: Ribery feeling back to his best after breaking goal drought
The Bayern Munich and France midfielder has set his sights on Roy Hodgson’s men after returning to goal-scoring ways.
# Penalties
Scrapping the shoot-out: Could images like this soon be a thing of the past?
The FIFA president has tasked Franz Beckenbauer to come up with an alternative way to settle tied matches. Bring on the crossbar challenge.
# Household charge
Details on Household Charge penalties emerging
People paying the household charge now are liable for a charge of €111 because of late payment fees. But what about if they continue to refuse to pay it?