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# Redemption

This year
Kato bounces back from harsh disqualification to win French Open mixed doubles title
The Japanese player was defaulted in the third round of the women’s doubles after accidentally hitting a ball girl with a ball.
Last year
Brian Cody's rich harvest from the Kilkenny U21 team that lost to Westmeath
Seven players from that shock loss were on the All-Ireland semi-final match day panel, including four starters.
Remarkable comeback gives Cameroon third place at AFCON
Cameroon came from 3-0 down to win on penalties against Burkino Faso..
All time
'I was looking up to these older lads who weren't good for me' - The Englishman who found redemption in Ireland
Danny North looks back on his career and recalls how his lowest moment in football turned into his greatest one.
'It's an honour to lead a special squad of players to the double' - ultimate Christmas present after crazy times
Redemption for Peamount’s captain fantastic Áine O’Gorman.
Roglic set for second successive Vuelta win to bury Tour de France misery
Ireland’s Dan Martin is set to finish fourth tomorrow.
Manchester United batter Newcastle after falling behind to freak own goal
Scoreline in no way flattered United despite early setback.
'I couldn't have asked for a better year' - Tiger Woods completes road to redemption
“It’s been an amazing year… I’m speechless.’
Rio revenge as Michael Conlan scores wide win against Olympic nemesis Nikitin
Conlan wins 100-90, 99-91, and 98-92 to improve his unbeaten pro record.
'Aren’t you that weirdo who walked out of football?’ I always had that stigma to me'
Once an exciting prospect, Thomas Butler played just twice for Ireland and fell out of love with football. Here he talks of how he bounced back and came to terms with his bad decisions.
Spain exact revenge on Germany to be crowned U21 European champions for fifth time
Fabian Ruiz and Dani Olmo were on target as Spain beat Germany 2-0 to seal a fifth European title.
Conlan finally gets revenge chance against Russian who 'beat' him at Rio 2016
The Irishman will face Olympic rival Vladimir Nikitin at Belfast’s Falls Park this August.
'F**k off home' - How Mick McCarthy recovered from Lansdowne boos to become Ireland's go-to man
Almost 6,000 days after he was booed out of Lansdowne Road, McCarthy returns for a second stint in the job.
'It’s the best place in the world to win and the worst place in the world to lose'
Down legend Fionnuala Carr had a memorable day in Croke Park with her club Clonduff yesterday
O'Rorke on the double as Mattie Kenny's Dublin ease to 13-point win over Offaly
The Dubs made it two from two in Tullamore as they were too strong for the Faithful county this time out.
'It was torture, so disappointing... We never want to feel like that again'
Kilkenny captain Shelly Farrell hopes that her side can right the wrongs of last year’s All-Ireland camogie final as they face Cork again.
Boyata goes from villain to hero after scoring winner for Celtic against Hamilton
The Belgian defender returned to the side after deciding not to play in their recent Champions League exit against AEK Athens.
'We are much better, way more focused and much more clinical' - Cork star Scally
The 21-year-old is on the cusp of a shot at a fourth Celtic Cross as Cork face Donegal in today’s semi-final.
Cavan stage superb second-half comeback to stay senior and send Tipp back down
Aishling Sheridan and sub Lauren McVeety provided the goals in the final ten minutes to seal the famous victory.
Lancaster's redemption a happy tale in Leinster's European success
The 48-year-old has been central to the Irish province’s return to former heights.
'It's massive' - Cavan captain Greene aiming to overwrite past disappointments
Tipperary stand in their way of the Division 2 league title and promotion to the top flight.
'I didn't have a chance at Chelsea' - Salah delighted with Premier League redemption
Mohamed Salah failed to make his mark at Stamford Bridge, but is loving life at Anfield after a brilliant debut season.
Ireland U21 international Manning redeems himself after own goal with late strike for QPR
Galway native Ryan Manning scored for both sides as QPR beat Norwich at Loftus Road on Monday afternoon.
Bohan gets chance to right the wrongs with Dublin after disappointment of 2003
The Dubs are back in the TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football final for the fourth year in a row.
'Burn it to the ground': What should be done with Magdalene laundry buildings?
A group of survivors and their families gathered at the back of a Dublin Magdalene laundry today to share their stories.
'We're hissing to get out there and have a crack': Black Ferns ready to end 2014 hurt
Eloise Blackwell and her side are using that losing dressing room feeling to their advantage this time out.
Maguire savours his sweetest moment against the club that let him go
“When I celebrated the first goal I got spat on, so to come away scoring three goals was brilliant.”
Irish kickboxer Caradh O'Donovan banishes defeat at European championships with Irish Open victory
O’Donovan doubted whether she was past her best after losing out at the European Championships.
Toure gets standing ovation from Man City team-mates as Guardiola confirms he will stay
The midfielder made a shock return at Crystal Palace and after scoring twice in a 2-1 win his manager and team-mates showed their appreciation.
Love 'humbled' by Ryder Cup success
The USA captain was delighted to lay the ghosts of Medinah to rest as his side hammered Europe in singles to win the Ryder Cup.
Irish photographer documents life inside notorious Uganda prison
Inmates at Luzira have access to spiritual seminars and counselling.
'Doubt me now!' - McGregor delivers message to fellow UFC athletes in post-fight footage
Hate to say I told you so…
'She kept her head. She was going to take that medal home if it killed her'
A silver lining for Annalise Murphy after the pain of London 2012.
'Forget the medals, you have the love of your people' -- The redemption of Stevie G
Donald McRae chats to The42 about ghosting the Liverpool legend’s autobiography.
Poirier: 'I'll beat Duffy and when McGregor moves to lightweight I'll be waiting for him'
The UFC Dublin headliner outlines his plans to The42.
'I'd been on the streets since I was 13... Football helped me to believe in myself'
Thomas O’Dwyer and James Traynor of the Irish Homeless World Cup team chat to about overcoming obstacles.
This is how it would sound if Morgan Freeman read the LeBron 'homecoming' letter
Everything sounds better in Morgan Freeman’s voice.
Player burnout no problem if you 'do all the small things right'... and eat plenty of steak
Cork dual star Aidan Walsh is well placed to voice his method of combating fatigue as he aims to play nine inter-county fixtures in 12 summer weeks.
Brazil's brilliant World Cup teaching naysayers a lesson, says Lula
The former president feels that pessimists can learn from the success of the tournament.
Arsenal come back to win FA Cup and end nine-year trophy wait
Hull stunned their Premier League rivals by going 2-0 up inside nine minutes.