'If we never won Munster, it would have stuck with me ‘til the day I die'

The saga came to its conclusion on Sunday, and Philip Mahony had only one word to describe the feeling.

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Doubters silenced, now Charleville hope to keep neighbours quiet

Listening to Charleville’s Ben O’Connor and Darragh Fitzgibbon after Sunday’s come-from-behind Munster intermediate final win, it was clear that ...

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John Horan sees only positives for the Fenway Hurling Classic

GAA president John Horan sees a future for the Aer Lingus Fenway Hurling Classic — once it isn’t a drain on the GAA finances.

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Manchester United to play Leeds in pre-season game in Australia

The old rivals will meet in Perth to prepare for the 2019/20 season.

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Houghton: Players need to shoulder some blame for poor form

Ray Houghton believes the Republic of Ireland squad need to take more responsibility for the current run of poor form.

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I wished him strength – Holland captain Van Dijk consoles referee after match

The Liverpool defender scored a last-minute equaliser in the 2-2 draw with Germany.

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Sexton in a 'good place' ahead of World Player of the Year vote

Richie Murphy feels Jonathan Sexton could hardly be better positioned to scoop the World Player of the Year award in Monte Carlo this weekend.

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Blow for Connacht as Marmion out for three months

Connacht have been dealt a major blow with scrum-half Kieran Marmion ruled out for the next three months due to an ankle injury.

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Peter the Great: Beyond perfect and into myth

Looking at the ratings of the Irish players in the Monday papers, I noticed that all of them were eight or nine except for Peter O’Mahony, who was given a ...

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Samcro '50-50' to run in Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown

Samcro's participation in the Unibet Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown on Sunday was described by trainer Gordon Elliott as "50-50'' on Saturday afternoon.

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I’d Rather Be with him than against him

To be, or not to be, that is indeed the question. It seems safe to assume Billy Shakespeare wasn’t thinking about the 2018 renewal of the BetVictor Gold Cup, ...

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Camilla Sharples on the road again... just for the love of it

The inverted snobs that see racing as cigars, champagne and prawn cocktails could do with spending some time in a training yard.

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Charles Howell ends 12-year wait for Tour victory

An emotional Charles Howell III overcame a disastrous start to his final round at the RSM Classic in Georgia to defeat Patrick Rodgers in a play-off and end a 12-year ...

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Danny Willett credits coach Sean Foley with comeback triumph

Danny Willett drew on the memories his memorable 2016 Masters triumph to secure an emotional victory in the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.

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Francesco Molinari wins European Tour’s Race to Dubai

Molinari’s status as European number one was confirmed at the DP World Tour Championship as soon as Tommy Fleetwood was unable to claim victory.

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British sprinter Nigel Levine banned for four years after positive drugs test

The 29-year-old’s suspension runs until December 2021.

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'It's a bitter pill to swallow': Amy Broadhurst reacts to controversial loss

Amy Broadhurst was denied a bronze medal in controversial circumstances at the World Women's Elite Championships in New Delhi today.

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Curlers apologise for drunken behaviour which saw them booted from competition

‘Due to a lapse in judgment on Saturday, we contributed to a (sic) unpleasant experience for others.’

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Club GAA Podcast: Barrs solve dual dilemma, Dr Crokes march towards March

Tony Leen and John Fogarty review the Club Championship weekend with Colm O'Connor.

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Club GAA podcast: Kerry melee, Ballyea's finest hour, ‘Tubber joy, Fermoy famine over, Tournafulla's triumph

Murt Murphy joins us from Kerry to discuss the violent scenes in Austin Stack Park for the county semi-final between Dingle and East Kerry.

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