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15 January 2019 20:57 Karamoh’s superb goal earns Bordeaux win at Angers

Yann Karamoh’s superb late solo goal saw Bordeaux snatch a 2-1 win at Angers. The Inter Milan loanee climbed off the bench to run half the length of the pitch and score to lift Bordeaux up to 11th in Ligue 1 and leave Angers 15th, three points above the relegation zone. Samuel Kalu’s third goal in four games opened the scoring for the visitors before 193

15 January 2019 16:20 Cork ladies football team to play in Páirc Uí Chaoimh for the first time

History will be made next month when Cork play Tipperary in the Ladies National Football League at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. It is the first time that Cork have ever played a game at the famous Leeside stadium. Ephie Fitzgerald’s Munster champions host the Premier county on Saturday, February 23rd (5pm) with the tie followed by Cork’s Allianz League Division 230

15 January 2019 16:12 Wales boss Gatland thinks France clash is key to winning Six Nations

Warren Gatland believes that Wales’ Guinness Six Nations opener against France is potentially their toughest assignment of this season’s tournament. Wales tackle Les Bleus in Paris on February 1 during a campaign that also sees them meet reigning Six Nations champions Ireland and Eddie Jones’ England at the Principality Stadium. And head coach Gatland 208

15 January 2019 15:40 Jail sentence for man who held over €77,000 worth of heroin

A man who held over €77,000 worth of heroin having built up a drug debt has been sentenced to four and half years. Garrett Hanley (33) of Oliver Bond House, Dublin pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to having heroin, with an estimated value of €77,301 and cannabis with a value of €2,100 at his home on May 12, 2015. The court heard that heroin 147

15 January 2019 11:41 Martin O’Neill appointed Nottingham Forest maanger

Nottingham Forest have announced the appointment of Martin O’Neill as their new manager. The 66-year-old, a former Forest player who won two European Cups with the club, replaces Aitor Karanka in the job after the Spaniard’s departure last week. O’Neill becomes the club’s 11th full-time boss since 2011 and his first game in charge will be at home against 148

15 January 2019 11:11 China criticises ‘irresponsible’ Trudeau comments in death penalty case

China has expressed “strong dissatisfaction” with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over his criticism of a death sentence given to an alleged Canadian drug smuggler at a retrial. Mr Trudeau should “respect the rule of law, respect China’s judicial sovereignty, correct mistakes and stop making irresponsible remarks”, foreign ministry spokeswoman 139

15 January 2019 11:07 Pompey goalkeeper Craig MacGillivray signs new deal

Portsmouth goalkeeper Craig MacGillivray has extended his contract until the summer of 2021. The 26-year-old, who joined Portsmouth from Shrewsbury last year, has played 30 times and kept 11 clean sheets this season. The Fratton Park club are four points clear of Luton at the summit of Sky Bet League One. “I’m obviously delighted to have signed a new contract 139

15 January 2019 10:57 One-in-four Irish people unhappy in their job

Over half of Irish workers said they have not applied for a new job because they lacked confidence. New research by LinkedIn identified self-doubt as one of the main factors holding people back from a new role. 42% of professionals who were lacking confidence thought they didn’t have strong enough experience, while 40% thought that there were better 132

14 January 2019 22:19 Wales forward Taulupe Faletau suffers broken arm – reports

Wales number eight Taulupe Faletau looks set to miss the Guinness Six Nations after breaking his arm again, according to reports. Faletau, a British and Irish Lion, suffered a fractured forearm playing for Bath in October and missed the autumn international series. The 28-year-old returned for his club in Saturday’s 18-16 Heineken Champions Cup win over Wasps 140

14 January 2019 18:26 Christmas spending splurge lifts grocery spend to over €10.8 billion for 2018

The five largest supermarkets tapped the lion’s share of the €10.85bn spent last year on groceries, an increase of 2.8% from 2017. The new figures from researcher Kantar Worldpanel cover the important Christmas trading period and also suggest that price inflation has re-emerged on the Irish grocery market landscape. Prices of 30,000 grocery items rose at an annual 118