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Rugby Australia in talks with sacked England coach Eddie Jones
The governing body is keen to entice Jones home.
All time
'Whatever happens, happens' - Ulster's Kiwi winger relaxed with future plans up in the air
Matt Faddes: ‘I’ve turned off social media and I’m not looking at what’s going on in New Zealand.’
Red Hand great Canavan rules himself out of Tyrone job and pays tribute to Mickey Harte
Harte’s 18-year reign as Tyrone football boss has come to an end.
Lionel Messi’s future at Barcelona ‘difficult’, says father and agent
Meanwhile, Sergio Ramos says that Messi has ‘earned the right’ to leave Barca – though he wants him to stay in Spanish football.
If the exit polls are borne out, government formation talks are going to be a bit of nightmare
So… Now what?
'I love Munster, I invested so much of myself into the place, and I still do love it'
Felix Jones was part of the Springboks’ coaching team as they won the World Cup last year.
'I haven't spoken with Zidane' - James Rodriguez uncertain about Real Madrid future
The Colombian spent the last two seasons on loan at Bayern Munich before returning to Santiago Bernabeu.
Mayo boss: 'Nobody died. I don’t mean that in a flippant way but we lost a game of football'
Frank Browne reflects on his side’s All-Ireland final loss, and looks to what’s next for Cora Staunton.
Your crash course in... Whether a controversial EU-US free trade deal will soon be trumped
A similar plan for Pacific nations has already felt the wrath of the presidential pen.
Tiger made the most birdies at the Hero World Challenge but he's not sure when he'll play again
It was a mixed bag from the 14-time major winner in the Bahamas.
McGregor says he's open to Diaz rematch, Dana White denies rumours he has turned it down
The featherweight champion is “fresh and ready to go again” after suffering a first UFC defeat.
'By God, we’re going to be in for one hell of a battle in two weeks time'
Maurice Shanahan is relishing the chance to take on the Cats at HQ. .
Strachan content with Scots' point in Poland
Martin O’Neill will bring the Boys in Green to Glasgow next month.