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Fired-up England out for revenge in one-day decider as temperatures stay red hot in Bangladesh 

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PAUL NEWMAN: Chittagong was more like a wet day in Manchester than humid Dhaka but the heavy rain that fell ahead of the deciding one-day international did not cool already high temperatures.
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It was great to go home to Waterford for a couple of days before heading to Spain for this week’s Nations Cup. I came home for my Grandad’s year Mass and to see my family before a busy cou
Kevin Moran says Waterford are more than a match for any team when they work as hard as they did in Sunday’s Division 1A win over Clare.
Three of Sunday’s four Allianz Hurling Division 1 quarter-finals form the second part of double-headers, as does the Clare-Dublin relegation play-off in Ennis.
Brendan Maher admits he was previously a jack of all trades for Tipperary and was a player “who took one for the team”.
Jack O’Connor doesn’t need the stats to be produced. He already knows how poorly Kerry U21 teams have fared in recent times. His summation of the county’s U21 record as “pretty
The launch of the Cork County Board critical incident plan reinforces the GAA’s presence within the community, according to children’s officer Noel O’Callaghan.
There was a moment during the last World Cup finals when it seemed the Dutch might be about to write a new chapter in their glorious football history, writes David Shonfield
Former Cork football star James Masters hopes to see the Cork ladies football team play in Páirc Uí Chaoimh this summer.
TJ Reid has warned rivals Kilkenny have scarcely worked on their hurling yet this year.
Damien Cahalane says Sunday’s win over Tipperary in the final round of the NHL Division 1A will “be good for the younger players” on the Cork panel going forward.
Consumers spend €379 million a year on golf in the Republic of Ireland, according to a groundbreaking report released yesterday.
Conor Murray will be given every possible chance to prove his fitness to face Toulouse this Saturday, with Munster prepared to wait until the morning of the game to see if the Ireland scrum-half&rsquo
Rassie Erasmus has sent a shockwave through Munster Rugby by choosing not to unequivocally shoot down speculation he is in talks with South African Rugby about a return to his previous role as high pe
The last time we saw Tadhg Furlong, he looked just about done in.
Stuart Lancaster is emphatic when he declares that the Wasps team facing Leinster in Saturday’s Champions Cup quarter-final are a better outfit than the one that hit the province for 84 points a
Meath manager Andy McEntee believes the Royal County and All-Ireland champions Dublin are ahead of the curve with full-time strength and conditioning experts for their county teams.
Although a number of the more senior candidates – among them John O’Shea, Glenn Whelan and Jon Walters — have left the squad to return to their clubs, it still tells you something ab
On foot of securing another useful point to maintain Ireland’s unbeaten record in World Cup qualifying and keep them joint top of Group D on points at the halfway stage, and with the prospect of
Dublin need only a point on Sunday to seal a fifth straight Division 1 final appearance. 
After their summer heroics, Iceland manager Heimir Hallgrimsson hopes his team can use tonight’s friendly against Ireland to further rid themselves of the hangover which followed.
A collection of GAA match programmes fetched €15,775 at an auction in Cork last weekend.
An Irish-registered professional cycling team will compete in a Grand Tour this year for the first time ever after Aqua Blue Sport secured a wild card entry to the Vuelta a Espana.
Kevin Markham discovers Irish golf clubs embracing the magic of the Masters.
Former Ireland team manager Mick O’Callaghan insists he has no regrets about his stinging criticism of Rowing Ireland’s outgoing board at the weekend’s annual general meeting in Dubl
It has become increasingly difficult to figure out exactly what is going on in Cork GAA, writes Mike Quirke
It isn’t always about the capital. The default position on any conference or symposium in this country seems to be where in Dublin it should be held, so credit Trevor Keane for thinking outside
Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho cannot see his side slipping below local rivals Everton by the end of the season as the teams gear up for a Premier League Merseyside derby Saturday
Former Man Utd manager Sir Alex Ferguson has discussed the Reds' chances of Champions League football next season.
The Goolarabooloo people of Western Australia had known of the dinosaur tracks for centuries. The find of the world’s biggest dinosaur footprint has put Australia’s west coast on the paleo
(This version of the March 27 story corrects headline and first paragraph to clarify protests are not against construction at Olympics site)
The governing body for world soccer has chosen the eastern Indian city of Kolkata to host the final of the under-17 football World Cup to be held in India later this year      
While Bottas feels there's much room for improvement, Lauda said the Finn's predecessor would have done no better.
The Azerbaijan national floorball team have become the winner of Special Olympics World Winter Games held in Graz, Austria.
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