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This year
'Not what we are about' - Leinster return to drawing board after record 62-7 defeat
It’s far from panic stations for the team that toured South Africa with a squad far from their strongest.
Last year
Battered Liverpool have to 'reinvent' themselves, says Klopp
“We were not working as a team.”
All time
As Fine Gael think-in begins, Varadkar and ministers apologise to their party for 'bad summer'
The FG leader said it was time to “refresh, regroup and reset”.
Coe: Postponing Olympics saves athletes from mental turmoil
The World Athletics President believes the decision to postpone the Games had to be made.
Speeding up the scrums a key future focus for World Rugby
The recent Scotland v France clash highlighted the frustration for many fans.
Waterford boss thrilled with signing of 'great talent' McCourt
The versatile Robbie McCourt will look to make a fresh start following his departure from Bohemians.
'It's weird coming back in not having a medal in the back pocket'
While the disappointment of Newcastle still lingers, Devin Toner hopes to help Leinster move on at the RDS tomorrow.
The sacked minister who helped set up Irish Water thinks John Tierney should go
Meanwhile, the Taoiseach said he wants to ensure that water charges are ‘affordable’.