Readers like you keep news free for everyone.

More than 5,000 readers have already pitched in to keep free access to The Journal.

For the price of one cup of coffee each week you can help keep paywalls away.

Support us today
Not now
Sunday 24 September 2023 Dublin: 18°C

# Sigh of relief

Last year
McFarland just about able to see funny side of Ulster's 'almost French' near-collapse
The Ulster coach is relishing the prospect of facing the likes of Toulouse in the next round, the opposite of a reward for an excellent pool showing.
All time
Dundalk ease relegation fears with entertaining victory over Bohs
Goals in either half from Sam Stanton and Patrick Hoban were enough for the hosts to take all three points despite a nervy finish.
Tokyo passes the baton to Paris as strangest ever Olympic Games come to an end
The Olympic flame was extinguished in the Japanese capital after 16 days of spectacular sporting action.
Waterford survive big scare against Laois to advance in hurling qualifiers
The Deise emerged five points winners at Nowlan Park.
Bordeaux get Covid all-clear before Champions Cup semi
The club have recorded no new positive tests ahead of this weekend’s meeting with Toulouse.
Bayern narrowly escape big upset to squeeze into last 16 of German Cup
Thomas Muller made the difference as the holders eventually saw off second-tier strugglers Bochum.
Eamonn Fitzmaurice: 'We won the draw, we could have stolen it at the end'
Kerry are still battling on in the 2018 championship.
Fantastic four: Order restored as Walsh and Mullins clean up at Cheltenham
Yorkhill, Un De Sceaux, Nichols Canyon and Lets Dance have made it a day to remember for the duo.
Clinton all smiles after pneumonia drama as Trump prepares to release his health records
Meanwhile, Donald Trump is set to release his health records on a chat show.
France pull away late on, but were given a real scare by Canada this evening
France pulled away late on, but never looked convincing.
Celtic battle through to final stage of Champions League qualifying
Celtic through, but Robin Van Persie’s Fenerbahce crash out.