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Monday 4 December 2023 Dublin: 5°C

# restart

Last year
Sport to resume in UK on Tuesday after nation paused to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II
Race meetings will resume and football will continue after sport paused for the Queen’s funeral on Monday.
All time
Neymar bags hat-trick as PSG romp to 5-1 win 24 hours after match suspended over racism row
The game was halted on Tuesday amid accusations the fourth official had used a racist term.
Sexton set to be fit for Six Nations but Deegan's knee injury is 'not minor'
The 35-year-old was injured during Leinster’s win over the Dragons.
De Allende and Snyman in line for Munster debuts against Leinster
The Springbok pair look likely to come straight into the starting team in Dublin.
'We know it's there to be won' - Farrell's Ireland hungry for Six Nations shot
The national team head coach is excited about the new ‘Eight Nations’ tournament this autumn.
'I can see no sense in playing' - abandon intercounty plans if restrictions remain, says Leitrim chief
Enda Stenson says he doesn’t think championships should be played off if supporters can’t attend.
Duo return to Cork City as Cummins ends Blues stint and QPR winger extends loan
Although generally recognised as a striker, Graham Cummins is back with his hometown club as a defender.
Wexford SHC heads up listings as TG4 brings live GAA back to your screen
The broadcaster has unveiled its July listings as club championships return.
One positive case in latest round of Premier League testing
The identity of the individual and club was not revealed.
German fans warned ahead of Bundesliga restart this weekend
It’s simple: stay away.
Blow for German Bundesliga restart as entire Dresden squad put into quarantine
Today’s news means the club, currently bottom of the German second division, will not be able to fulfill their fixture against Hannover next weekend.
Scotland got a let-off against England as a little-known law was missed
Stuart Hogg’s long 22-metre drop-out should have provided England with a prime attacking scrum.
Analysis: Intelligent Chiefs push the boundaries by refusing the ruck
This just doesn’t look right on first viewing.
Check out this bizarre, wind-assisted boomerang restart by Ian Humphreys
The London Irish out-half was forced to field his own kick-off.