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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Reprieve

This year
London Irish given one-week extension to try and secure their financial future
Coached by former Ireland boss Declan Kidney, the team narrowly missed out on the title-deciding play-offs with the side featuring several rising stars.
Last year
Clare boost as Peter Duggan and Rory Hayes both have their bans overturned
Galway’s Cianan Fahy has also had his two-match suspension thrown out having previously been reprimanded for an incident in the Leinster final defeat to Kilkenny.
All time
'We'd like to calm things down' - Tour de France withdraws complaint against spectator who caused pileup
Race director Christian Prudhomme stressed that ‘the incident has been blown out of all proportion’.
French court suspends relegation from Ligue 1
The court also rejected a request from Lyon to resume the season.
RTÉ has deferred its decision to relocate Lyric FM from Limerick
It means a reprieve for now for the jobs located at the Limerick studios.
Whyte 'should' face winner of Wilder-Fury following doping clearance
Promoter Eddie Hearn feels the star deserves to have his mandatory challenger status restored.
Gatland ready to experiment in next week's warm-up against Ireland
After training in Turkish heat, Gatland is expected to give his fringe players a last chance to cement a place in the 31-man squad.
US delays Huawei ban for up to 90 days, while founder says the firm 'can't be isolated'
The founder of the Chinese technology giant has said that it “can’t be isolated”.
Bray Wanderers 'back in business' after securing funds to pay players
The struggling League of Ireland club have received renewed support in recent days.
Matt Fitzpatrick set to face Donegal as Joe Brolly helps overturn 48-week ban
The Antrim forward may line out against Donegal.
Former Egyptian president who was ousted in the Arab Spring gets out of jail
Hosni Mubarak served six years in prison.
Man City will no longer be playing their Champions League last-16 clash behind closed doors
Uefa has reduced Dynamo Kyiv’s ban to one match.
Pakistan wants to hang a paraplegic wheelchair user
Abdul Basit has been given a last-minute reprieve after appeals by Human Rights groups.
Danny Cipriani back in World Cup contention after being re-bailed
Out-half re-bailed until November following drink-driving arrest
Seven foreigners condemned to death sang hymns before being executed by firing squad
Australia has withdrawn its ambassador, as Prime Minister Tony Abbott says relations between the two nations have entered a ‘dark hour’.
Labour will allow this TD back on one condition...
* As long as Anne Ferris votes with the government she will return to the parliamentary party in the autumn.
Councillor involved in African immigrants race row in running for Fine Gael's executive council
Darren Scully, who caused controversy with remarks about African immigrants three years ago, is in the mix for Fine Gael’s backroom decision making body.
New calls for the release of Dublin teenager Ibrahim Halawa in Egypt
The 18-year-old has been held without trial for 13 months.
Moyes eyes low-key title challenge after late rally stuns Stoke
The league champions were in danger of dropping 11 points behind Arsenal before late goals at Old Trafford.
Williams won't face action after Van Persie row
Meanwhile, Wigan manager Roberto Martinez defended the player, insisting the incident wasn’t deliberate.
NFL: 'Bountygate' player bans lifted
Jonathan Vilma, Scott Fujita and Will Smith are now free to play football.
Ivanovic escapes suspension after Community Shield red card
“There was no intention to hurt the player, but the tackle happened and so it was probably a red card.”
Poll: Should banned stars be allowed to play in Champions League final?
The international players’ union says the slate should be wiped clean this time. Do you agree?
Jim Stynes planning Christmas getaway following latest brain op
The Dublin-born footballer is hoping to travel to South America after getting an eleventh-hour reprieve in his fight against cancer.
Celtic to compete in the Europa League after all, following UEFA decision
Celtic are back in European competition after UEFA upheld the club’s complaint against play-off opponents FC Sion.