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Niall McNamee has welcomed the GAA’s motion to penalise players, management and officials betting on games in which they are involved.
Ireland’s Rugby World Cup 2023 bid officials are confident they can counter any attempts by rivals France to hijack this Saturday’s Six Nations clash between the two countries at Aviva Sta
Cork will oppose the All-Ireland SFC ‘Super 8’ proposal at this weekend’s GAA Annual Congress in Croke Park, but will back the Club Players’ Association’s request for off
Trump could do with some help from a major sports star these days, writes Kieran Shannon
The Club Players Association’s request to speak before their official recognition vote at Congress this Saturday has been turned down by GAA president Aogán Farrell.
Kerry delegates have backed Paraic Duffy’s proposed changes to the All-Ireland senior football championship.
Westmeath referee Alfie Devine says taking charge of last Sunday’s Allianz Hurling League Division 2B clash between Meath and Derry is what his late brother Donal would have wanted. Devine offic
Arsenal legend and club ambassador Liam Brady accepts that sections of the club’s fanbase are restless for a change of manager, but warns they may not find better than the “proven” A
Manchester City 5 - Monaco 3: Manchester City still can’t defend — and after conceding three goals at home they still aren’t certain to go through — but who really cares w
Jose Mourinho cannot guarantee that Wayne Rooney will end the season at Manchester United despite the manager’s desire to keep hold of his captain.
James O’Donovan is the first name on the Willie Whelton Cup after a sensational performance saw him beat All-Ireland champion Thomas Mackle by three bowls of odds at Grange.
Cork City boss John Caulfield has put the finishing touches to his squad to challenge for the League of Ireland title with confirmation of two new signings ahead of today’s transfer deadline.
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri has claimed he could have left the Foxes last summer but insisted he is committed to saving the club from the drop.
Danilo insists Porto are just as ambitious as Juventus as the teams prepare to clash in the last 16 of the Champions League.
Ireland insists there is a genuine selection battle at fly-half for Saturday’s Six Nations clash with France but the case for Johnny Sexton to start ahead of Paddy Jackson already appears closed
Nobody is quite sure what to expect when France return to Dublin next Saturday, writes Donal Lenihan.
As the build up to Cheltenham continues, Darren Norris and Tommy Lyons debate who Barry Geraghty should ride going into the Champion Hurdle. 
Kieran Marmion is not about to argue he is a viable alternative to Conor Murray for the Ireland number nine jersey. Not yet at least.
Niall McNamee has welcomed the GAA’s motion to penalise players, management and officials betting on games in which they are involved.
Munster Rugby has promised to address concerns that some of its most loyal supporters are being subjected to higher surcharges than others when purchasing tickets for knockout matches.
Darren Sweetnam turned up for training at UL this week with an extra bounce in his step. 
Liverpool will reap the benefits of their mid-season training camp in Spain when they travel to relegation-threatened Premier League champions Leicester City Monday, forward Sadio Mane said
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Budapest's mayor is expected to seek government guidance on the future of its bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympics, according to a council resolution widely seen as paving the way
Real Madrid could launch a move for Manchester City centre back Nicolas Otamendi this summer
Manchester City came from behind twice to beat Ligue 1 side Monaco in the Champions League at the Etihad.
MARTIN SAMUEL: Try having a man-sized bet now. No bookmaker will take it. If you want to put five grand down, you won’t get on. But if you think the fat goalie might eat a pie — Rupe’s your man.
Asiasi was a backup tight end as a freshman last season and was expected to be in the mix for playing time this fall.        
Manchester City headed straight off to Abu Dhabi for a warm weather training camp immediately after recording a dramatic 5-3 victory over Monaco in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Stoke City's management is counting on the recent break in Dubai to build team spirit and prepare the squad for a tough run of fixtures, kicking off with a visit to Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier Le
Steve Smith dismissed predictions that Australia face another series whitewash against India but admitted they had to show more fight.
Dearborn Divine Child defensive end Aidan Hutchinson committed to Michigan on Tuesday, becoming the Wolverines’ third commitment in the class of 2018.        
After two matches with new coach Roger de Sa, Maritzburg United will expect to be in a better position to reclaim an Absa Premiership top eight spot.
Wayne Rooney is resigned to leaving Man Utd after being marginalised by Jose Mourinho this season.
Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse says Gauteng premier David Makhura should stop e-toll payments for his provincial fleet.

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