Dr Crokes inflict Lewis Road massacre against St Finbarr’s

Twenty-five scores from play. A 21-point winning margin. Eleven names on the scoresheet. A 10th Munster final appearance secured, the club’s seventh this decade ...

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The Nire fume at ref calls as goals power Joseph’s into decider

Two second-half goals helped book a Munster final slot for St Joseph’s Miltown Malbay yesterday in Fraher Field, Dungarvan, but Waterford champions The Nire ...

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Too easy, as Corofin seek another pot of gold

A meeting between the two most successful club teams in Connacht turned into a turkey shoot as Corofin laid down a decisive marker against a dreadful Clann na nGael ...

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Martin O’Neill opts to leave Danish date up to Michael Obafemi

It might only have been a cameo in training but Martin O’Neill seems to have been much taken with the impression made by Michael Obafemi on his first day with ...

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I understood reasons for Belgrade omission, says Liverpool star Shaqiri

The Switzerland international was on target in the 2-0 Premier League win over Fulham.

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Northern Ireland’s Jonny Evans says he still thinks of Roy Keane during games

The defender played for the Republic’s assistant manager at Sunderland.

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Crotty back to the scene where he broke Irish hearts

Ryan Crotty knows what his name means to folks in these parts.

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IRFU scoop €27m from lucrative Dublin land deal

The IRFU has landed a massive cash windfall with the sale of a track of prime land at Newland's Cross in Dublin.

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Sexton: It was 'smart thing' for Murray to sit out All Blacks test

Johnny Sexton has admitted it would have been a “big ask” for Conor Murray to have faced the All Blacks this weekend and the Ireland scrum-half not playing ...

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Apple’s Jade back in some style

Apple’s Jade completed back-to-back victories in the Grade 2 Lismullen Hurdle in Navan yesterday, making all to triumph impressively by eleven lengths from ...

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Willie Mullins launches formidable twin assault on Naas prize

Willie Mullins fires a formidable twin assault on the Fishery Lane Hurdle at Naas today.

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Pádraig Roche continues flying start in Thurles

The winter season in Thurles swung into gear yesterday and there was a familiar feel to proceedings.

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Tearful Lee Westwood ends European Tour drought

An emotional Lee Westwood fought back tears after claiming his first European Tour title since 2014. It was his third victory in the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South ...

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Sergio Garcia continues resurgence with two-shot lead in South Africa

Sergio Garcia continued his remarkable recent run of form as he opened up a two-shot lead heading into the final round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa. ...

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Leona Maguire has vision to back 20x20 plan

As talented a golfer as Leona Maguire undoubtedly is, the former world amateur number one acknowledges that sport has also been good to her.

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GAA turn blind eye to own training camp rules

Last week, the Irish Independent reported four counties — Armagh and Laois footballers and Waterford and Wexford’s hurlers — are to lose home advantage ...

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Djokovic makes short work of Isner to open ATP Finals with victory

In Monday’s other match Alexander Zverev defeated Marin Cilic.

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Zverev defeats Cilic to open ATP Finals campaign with victory

The German needed two tie-breaks as he triumphed at the O2 Arena.

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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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Club GAA podcast: Division envy in Cork, what's driving Na Piarsaigh, Clifford v Geaney but no O'Connor

Imokilly, ‘the Beast from the East’, won the Cork senior hurling final but not everyone on Leeside is thrilled for them.

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JOHN FOGARTY: GAA turn blind eye to own training camp rules

Last week, the Irish Independent reported four counties — Armagh and Laois footballers and Waterford and Wexford’s hurlers — are to lose home advantage for their opening 2019 Allianz League home game after breaching the pre-Championship training camp rule, writes John Fogarty.

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MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: Remembering everyday heroes

It was long ago, though not so far away at all. An underage game on the frozen tundra of the old Tank Field or Nash’s or some such patch barren of grass and microbes.

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DONAL LENIHAN: New Zealand will improve, but so will Joe’s Ireland

With the much anticipated New Zealand test looming large in the background, the opening international of the November Guinness Series always had a bit of a matinee feel to it, the prelude to the main event.

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