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Former Ireland rugby star Ronan O’Gara has just experienced one of the more unsettling aspects of life in his new home in Christchurch, New Zealand.
"The same skill set as Lionel Messi."
Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill has signed a two-year contract extension with the FAI.
Plymouth defender Ryan Edwards has been diagnosed with testicular cancer, the League One club have announced.
Tower Bridge swooped late to win the Nathaniel Lacy & Partners Solicitors Novice Hurdle, the opening event of the inaugural Dublin Racing Festival at Leopardstown.
Cork hurling manager John Meyler is hopeful Mark Coleman will make his first league appearance of the year when Waterford visit Páirc Uí Chaoimh this Sunday.
UL claimed their third Ashbourne Cup title in a row at Mallow last night, but only after a hard-fought three-point victory over arch rivals UCC.
Limerick, Tipperary, and Waterford will oppose the Club Players’ Association motion to make all delegates accountable for their votes at Congress.
Clare full-back Conor Cleary has admitted he and a number of his colleagues remain in limbo regarding their availability for Sunday’s Allianz Hurling League clash with Wexford.
David De Gea’s exceptional display saved Manchester United’s blushes as Jose Mourinho’s men somehow escaped with a goalless draw from a match dominated by Sevilla.
In the end it was a bridge too far for Bandon Grammar School, but they still made advancing to another Clayton Hotels Munster Schools Junior Cup final a difficult process for specialists Christian Bro
Arsene Wenger insists he wants to keep Danny Welbeck at Arsenal despite admitting he is no Harry Kane when it comes to scoring goals.
If it’s Ireland-Wales in the Six Nations then chances are Rhys Ruddock will be nudged in front of the media at some point or other in the week leading up to it — the Leinster back row&rsqu
If James McClean could replay November’s World Cup game against Demark which ended in such crushing disappointment for Ireland, there’s one thing he’d do differently.
If there’s not something in the water down in Cork, then it must be in the food.
Antonio Conte accepts the extra pressure that comes with the Chelsea job due to the club’s modern “custom” of regularly changing managers.
Joe Schmidt’s no-holds-barred Monday video reviews have acquired legendary status in Irish rugby circles but Bundee Aki was long accustomed to such unvarnished truths long before he qualified to
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) first began to conduct doping tests on athletes at the 1968 Mexico Olympics.
American freestyle skier David Wise successfully defends his gold medal, giving US its 3rd halfpipe gold

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