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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Squeaky Bum Time

This year
Shamrock Rovers nip Derry City, pushing closer to the league title
Burke penalty cancels out McJannet opener as Shamrock Rovers dampen a firey night in the Bogside.
Shamrock Rovers nip Derry at the death and push closer to the title
Burke penalty cancels out McJannet opener as Shamrock Rovers dampen a firey night in the Bogside.
All time
'Probably the most nerve-wracking race I've ever watched': Willie Mullins' Monkfish justifies short odds
Not all plain sailing, but Mullins hotpot gets the job done.
Race for the Pro14 final heats up as Leinster enter the final Furlong
Leo Cullen’s side have little margin for error left as they take on Scarlets in tonight’s Pro14 encounter.
It's a toss up: Where do we stand after an election night squeaker?
Donald Trump has held some key states but Joe Biden flipped Arizona.
As it happened: Trump makes unsubstantiated claims of election 'fraud' as presidential race hangs on knife-edge
QAnon-supporting Republican wins US House of Representatives seat
Warning signs for Leeds as their Premier League dream begins to fall apart again
‘It’s financially not sustainable to keep this level of salary which is now over £30 million, probably £33m with Marcelo Bielsa and closer to £40m with the coaches.’
No 'Boris bounce' as Tories lose key by-election with parliamentary majority cut to just one MP
A previously safe seat, the Conservatives lost out to the Liberal Democrats in Brecon and Radnorshire.
Rio Ferdinand: 'Nervous' Liverpool playing with the handbrake on
The former England international believes that Jurgen Klopp’s side can win a trophy this season but they need to start playing with freedom again.
Leaders Dortmund drop more points as fans throw black tennis balls onto pitch
They were held to a goalless draw at bottom side Nuremberg.
Record-breaking Neymar leaves Liverpool sweating on progression
The Reds require a big night at Anfield against Napoli in their final group game.
Theresa May faces a series of crucial Brexit votes today in her own parliament
Fifteen key amendments to Britain’s EU (Withdrawal) Bill will be put to a vote today.
Varadkar and May speak by phone ahead of draft EU withdrawal document on Brexit
The draft document, set to give a legal basis to last December’s preliminary agreement, will be published on Wednesday.
The Tories' lead over Labour has been slashed in half in a week
The Conservatives still hold a comfortable lead ahead of the 8 June election.
Terenure trounce Lansdowne as UBL 1A gets tight for the tail end of the season
Meanwhile, UCD claimed the Colours bragging rights and Young Munster managed the only score in a terribly tight tussle with Cork Con.
Last chance saloon! Ireland's relay team keep their Rio dream alive
They will need another big performance tomorrow if they are to book their ticket to this summer’s Games.
Here's what needs to happen for Man United to seal a Champions League spot
We also look at the possible ramifications that would enable West Ham to gain an unlikely top-four place.
Foley needs Munster to wrestle back control of European destiny
The southern province welcome Edinburgh to Cork tonight in the Pro12.
Van Gaal and Martinez fighting to save their jobs and other weekend talking points
Manchester United come up against Everton in the first FA Cup semi-final while Leicester look to get their title push back on track in the Premier League.
'I hope he doesn't pass me!' - LOI's all-time top scorer on record-chasing Byrne
Following the news that Jason Byrne has signed for UCD, current holder Brendan Bradley is hoping the striker doesn’t catch him.
Former Kerry star's €10k treble now hangs on Sunday's All-Ireland final
David Culloty will have an added interest when the Dubs take on Kerry.
Ireland is now really thinking about what happens if Greece leaves the eurozone
The government has confirmed talks with the Central Bank and the NTMA about the implications of Greece exiting the eurozone.
The La Liga title race was blown wide open this evening
Barcelona blew at two-goal lead at Sevilla to leave the door open for rivals Real.
Stakes couldn't be higher for Ireland as race for quarter-finals hots up
It’s not quite make-or-break yet but the significance of tonight’s game against Zimbabwe cannot be understated.
Leinster lock Toner treating Connacht match as 'make or break'
With the top four facing off this weekend, there’s plenty up for grabs when fifth play sixth.
Silverware, pride and staying afloat - what's at stake on the final day of the season
It’s not all about the race for the title, you know.
LVG asks fans to believe after United's humiliating League Cup loss to MK Dons
The third tier club ran riot against the fallen giants.
"You're prepared to lose"-the dying days of a European campaign
In the teeth of a four-way battle for the final Dublin seat, a seat which she won, joined Nessa Childers on the campaign trail.
Analysis: Man City v Everton and the 6 other games set to decide the Premier League title race
The gripping run-in is approaching its climax, with three sides still bidding for glory.
Here's the state of play going into the final two rounds of the RaboDirect Pro12
Three Irish provinces hope to be involved in the Pro12 playoffs, here’s what they need to do.
This Dublin rental ad offers a little more than you bargained for
The barefaced cheek of it all.
Poll: Who do you think will win the Premier League now?
Chelsea’s win at Anfield yesterday has made the title run-in a genuine three-horse-race.
Here's how every Leaving Cert student feels on results morning
Have mercy on their souls.
Fantasyland: Fergie's Old Trafford swansong curbs sense of anti-climax
The Premier League news has understandably been dominated by one issue this week.
Ferguson accuses Mancini of 'refereeing' the Manchester derby
The United boss has had a go at his City counterpart after last night’s Premier League defeat.
Villain: McLeish 'understands' reaction from angry fans
‘Every game’s a cup final’. Yes, Alex McLeish is a desperate man.
Martin O'Neill: Mind games might not derail Man City, but history could
The Sunderland manager believes that City’s 44-year long wait to be crowned champions is the team’s biggest obstacle.
Preview: Wednesday's Premier League action
The Premier League is adorned with four games tonight and they are set to impact heavily at both ends of the table.
McIlroy slips back as Harrington's odds of going to Dubai fade
There was little good news for supporters of Irish golf in Hong Kong overnight as Alvaro Quiros took charge of the event.