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  • Darren Hughes hoping to replicate Conor McManus heroics in Australia

    16 November 2017 00:21 5

    Darren Hughes will be looking to take a leaf out of his Monaghan team-mate Conor McManus’s book when he dons the Ireland jersey this Saturday. The Scotstown man only arrived into Perth yesterday having received the phonecall from Joe Kernan following Sunday’s first test to see if he could fly out to replace the injured Pearce Hanley. Three years ago, McManus

  • Munster focus turns towards Johann van Graan and Zebre

    15 November 2017 01:32 6

    The Munster squad returns to training today ahead of the Guinness PRO14 trip to Italy to face Zebre in 11 days, while the province’s medical staff have received a fresh influx of injured Ireland players. Keith Earls, Tommy O’Donnell and John Ryan are all back at Munster’s high-performance centre receiving treatment, following injuries sustained on Ireland

  • Stephen O'Keeffe edges Anthony Nash as Tribe dominate with seven All-Stars

    02 November 2017 08:18 1

    Joe Canning wins his fourth award after a season that saw Galway sweep to league, Leinster and MacCarthy Cup success, his match-winning point against Tipperary in the All-Ireland semi-final perhaps the stand-out moment of the season. Canning now stands levels with brother Ollie on four awards having made the teams in 2008, 2009 and 2012. There are six first-time

  • » Public consultation on national anthem closes today

    02 November 2017 07:20 19

    The Senate is closing public submissions on the national anthem today. Members of the public have until 4pm today to make their views on Amhrán na bhFiann known to the Senate Committee which is looking at how to protect the Irish National Anthem – which is now out of copywrite. Fianna Fail Senator Mark Daly said he is determined to hear as many views

  • Roy Keane's verdict on Tottenham's win against Real Madrid...and just for once he is impressed

    01 November 2017 23:40 1

    Keane is notoriously hard to please and rarely hands out plaudits readily, but he joined the chorus of acclaim for Pochettino and his players. "It was a very good performance from Tottenham, I though they were excellent, and we are not surprised at this stage," stated the Ireland assistant manager. "This is a huge boost for Tottenham, for their confidence

  • Revised marathon result means Gary O’Hanlon wins Irish title

    01 November 2017 22:16 16

    Freddy Sittuk came home first in Dublin marathon but result has been overturned Athletics Ireland have revised the result of the national marathon championships, incorporated into Sunday’s Dublin marathon, and declared Gary O’Hanlon the winner. O’Hanlon finished second on the day behind Kenyan-born runner Freddy Sittuk, but a meeting of the Competition

  • Super Spurs state Champions League credentials as they blow Real Madrid away

    01 November 2017 21:57 1

    Spurs sealed qualification for the Champions League knockout stages in the most dramatic style, with two goals from Alli and one from Christian Eriksen ensuring a memorable night at Wembley. The home fans were even cheering their side's every pass with 20 minutes left as Mauricio Pochettino's men threatened to humiliate their star-studded opponents

  • Liverpool maintain Group E advantage with comprehensive win over Maribor

    01 November 2017 21:48 1

    Jurgen Klopp's side are hardly charging towards their target - despite the 7-0 thrashing of the Slovenians a fortnight ago - and this match reflected their incremental progress in Group E. Back-to-back wins over the Slovenians, courtesy of leading scorer Mohamed Salah's 10th of the season, a classy Emre Can goal and a late Daniel Sturridge strike, mean they lead Sevilla

  • Andrew Conway free to face South Africa after picking up one week ban for red card

    01 November 2017 21:14 1

    The suspension rules Conway out of Munster's PRO 14 clash with the Dragons this weekend, but means that he will be free to take part in Ireland's first autumn international against South Africa on November 11. Conway was shown a red card in the 61st minute of Munster's loss to Connacht following a late hit on out-half Jack Carty. The disciplinary panel

  • Rory Best believes IRFU should continue quest to bring 2023 Rugby World Cup here despite setback

    01 November 2017 14:31 1

    Ireland were dealt a severe blow in their bid to host the World Cup when World Rugby announced South Africa as the preferred hosts on Tuesday. Ulster front-rower Best backed Ireland's bid team to keep fighting, with the final vote to be staged on November 15. Best also suggested Ireland should consider bidding for future World Cups if their work this time does not come to fruition