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Sludden Goal Helps Tyrone To One-Point Win Over Monaghan

Tyrone 1-13 Monaghan 0-15 The line up for the All Ireland has been confirmed as a late showing from Tyrone got them over the line against Monaghan in a low-quality semi-final in Croke Park. The game was in the balance going into the final 10 minutes until Niall Sludden found the net for Mickey Harte’s side with their old, reliable leaders showing …

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Five Things We Learned As Liverpool Easily See Off West Ham

Liverpool defeated West Ham by 4-0 at Anfield in their season opener this afternoon, with Sadio Mane grabbing a brace as well as Mo Salah and Daniel Sturridge also getting on the scoresheet. The Reds looked comfortable in what could have been a tricky tie against Pellegrini’s West Ham who never really looked like threatening the debuting Alisson in the …

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Rhys McClenaghan Wins Gold For Ireland At European Gymnastics Championships

Ireland have their first gymnastics medal at European level. The feat came via Rhys McClenaghan of Newtownards, who claimed gold in the pommel horse event, which he had already made history in having been the first Irishman to qualify for the final alone. The 19-year-old topped the eight-man field after a score of 15.300 at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland, seeing …

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Ciara Mageean Top Medal Hope On Last Day Of European Championships

Ciara Mageean will take to the track this evening in Berlin for the final of the 1500m event and will be hoping to win Ireland’s second medal at the championships after Thomas Barr’s heroic bronze on Thursday evening.  Mageean ran the ideal race in the semi-final earlier this week, finishing second behind Great Britain’s Laura Muir who is the favourite for …

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Plenty Of Irish Goalscoring In The Football League On Matchday Two

It’s still early August, but the domestic season in England is already in full swing. A host of Irish players are making their presence felt in clubs across the Football League. In the Championship, two players on the fringes of the Ireland squad had crucial roles in their teams’ respective wins. Having arrived from Ipswich Town in the summer, David …

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Castleknock’s Ailbhe Kelly Ready To Show Ireland What Para Sport Is All About

Brought to you by  The World Para Swimming Allianz European Championships get underway at the National Aquatic Centre on Monday 13th August. Ireland will have eight athletes representing their country with pride at this event and in the build-up to this much-anticipated championship, we will be profiling each of the members of Team Ireland. Next up is Ailbhe Kelly who hails from Castleknock …

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ProD2 Player In France Has Died After Preseason Friendly

French rugby was in mourning on Saturday after the death of a young player during a second division friendly match on Friday night. Louis Fajfrowski, 21, died in the changing room of his club Aurillac, the Pro D2 team announced on Twitter. The centre was substituted in the 60th minute after a tackle in the match against Rodez. Stunned, he …

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