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# tweaks

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Premier League could bring in new Covid postponement rules next month
Clubs are expected to meet next week.
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Red-carded players to be replaced after 20 minutes in Kiwi Super Rugby
The new competition will feature a golden point system and a renewed focus on the breakdown.
Goal-line drop-outs and 50:22 law to be trialled in Australia's NRC
The new season kicks off on 31 August.
'The neutral games in Croke Park aren't working' - Room for improvement in football Super 8s
Former Dublin footballer Ciarán Whelan believes the fixtures should be moved to provincial grounds.
Brogan and MDMA benched as Dublin make late changes for All-Ireland final replay clash with Mayo
Stephen Rochford has also made a late tweak, naming Rob Hennelly in goal.
Cutting out diving and lost time at the scrum the target of World Rugby law changes
World Rugby announced that minor amendments to rules for northern hemisphere rugby union will come into effect from July 1.
Ulster Championship debuts for Faulkner and Buchanan in Cavan team to face Armagh
Terry Hyland has made three changes from the league final meeting with Tyrone.
Ireland ignore 'knee-jerk' calls for tactical revolution in Six Nations
Simon Easterby says the squad have has a productive couple of weeks in Carton House.
World Rugby have announced the trial of some fascinating new laws
The five-metre drop out? Six points for a try?
Brogans lead Dublin attack as Jim Gavin makes two changes for Leinster final
Bernard Brogan and Paddy Andrews come into an altered full-forward line.
Microsoft will finally complete its Nokia deal this week, but there are a few changes
The €5.4 billion deal was originally supposed to be completed a month ago but was delayed as Microsoft waited for regulatory authorities in Asia to approve the deal.
Sorry tale of David Duval convinces Graeme McDowell to stick with what he knows
The Portrush native refused to berate himself too much as his Open challenge faded away.