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Dublin: 17 °C Monday 22 September, 2014

Today’s News

Super Frank, Ozil’s back & Liverpool slack: it’s the Prem review in numbers

From Arsenal’s win over Aston Villa to Manchester City’s draw with Chelsea – all the best stats from the latest round of Premier League fixtures

Silver lining as Ryan Mullen misses out on world title by fraction of a second

Mullen stormed to second in today’s U23 time-trial in Ponferrada, Spain.

Agger: ‘Brendan Rodgers didn’t appreciate what I contributed at Liverpool’

The Danish skipper says the breakdown of his relationship with the Reds’ manager led to his departure from the club.

Ireland’s new Canterbury home kit features a retro white collar

The IRFU and Canterbury have unveiled the playing kit, including the ‘bosphorus’ green home jersey.

Photos: Kerry take the Sam Maguire to Crumlin Children’s Hospital

After an important date at Croke Park yesterday, the Kingdom had an equally-important one to keep this morning.

Opinion: Gerrard and Rooney holding back Liverpool and Manchester United

The two captains both appear untouchable but have been partly to blame for their sides’ disappointing starts to the 2014-15 season

Kieran Donaghy takes golden opportunity with both hands

‘I said to the umpire about three or four minutes before that whoever gets the goal will win it.’

Manchester United were ‘bullied’ by Leicester says Gary Neville

Louis van Gaal’s men twice led by two goals at King Power Stadium but conceded four times to fall to a humiliating 5-3 defeat and the former defender says they are soft-centred

Lampard’s love story with Chelsea over – Mourinho

The Blues legend struck in trademark fashion to earn 10-man Manchester City a deserved point against his former club.

Manchester United collapse hard to take admits Rooney

The Red Devils twice enjoyed a two-goal lead but defensive errors resulted in a second Premier League defeat of the season.

Up and running? Here are six steps to establishing a routine

John O’Regan passes on his running tips.

Your GAA weekend review

Need to catch up on the weekend’s action? We’ve got you covered here.

Yesterday’s News

Kerry’s Paul Murphy wins All-Ireland football final man of the match award

Murphy beat out Kieran Donaghy and Peter Crowley for The Sunday Game award.

Ballincollig and Carbery Rangers book places in Cork senior football semi-finals

Ballincollig defeated Muskerry in tonight’s quarter-final tie while Carbery Rangers overcame Clonakilty.

Toure: I didn’t demand a birthday cake from Manchester City

The Ivory Coast star had appeared to back his agent over an incident.

Not a team player? Don’t fret because individual training can have its benefits

Going it alone is definitely not a bad thing.


6 questions:’s writers preview the All-Ireland football final GAA

6 questions:’s writers preview the All-Ireland football final

McGuinness or Fitzmaurice, who are the key men and who will be taking Sam home tonight.

The Dublin Dons, randomness in sport and Ray Rice: lt’s the week’s best sportswriting

We’ve also got Shavarsh Karapetyan’s incredible story and an incredible feat in chess.

Saturday 20 September, 2014

8-in-a-row still on for Portlaoise after mammoth second half comeback

Graiguecullen and Arles-Kileen also booked their place in the final four today.

Ahane set up semi-final date with Na Piarsaigh in Limerick SHC

Kilmallock also booked their place in the last four today.

Ruthless Sarsfields make a point in Kildare SFC quarters

2012 champions impress as they bid to regain their county crown.

Faithleach’s and Gaels complete the final four line-up in Roscommon

Kiltoom and Strokestown hosted this afternoon’s Roscommon SFC quarter-final replays.


Another injury blow for Ulster as Tuohy set to miss up to 12 weeks

The second row suffered an arm injury during Ulster’s win in Cardiff last night

Furlong, Sheehy and Lowry reflect on the famous Kerry-Offaly game from 1982

In an extract from Pat Nolan’s new book ‘The Furlong’s', the 1982 final is put under the microscope.

Here are your division 1A and 1B Ulster Bank League previews

There are some tasty ties in the top two divisions of the Irish domestic game.

Dublin’s Euro 2020 bid ‘subject to licence’? It’s comments of the week

We trawl through what you the reader has said over the past seven days and pick out our favourites.

Friday 19 September, 2014

Templeogue, Moorefield and Kilcoo amongst the winners in tonight’s club GAA action

It was a big night of action in Cavan, Down, Dublin, Kildare and Laois.

Zebo-inspired Munster secure comfortable victory over hapless Zebre

The Irish international registered a hat-trick of tries amid a comprehensive win.


What’s your favourite All-Ireland football final song? You Decide This post contains a poll

What’s your favourite All-Ireland football final song?

We know which one’s our favourite but what about you?

The spy who loved tree: GAA espionage climbs to a new level

Reports emerged this morning of a spying incident at a closed Kerry training session.

Liverpool to open an official store in Dublin city centre

The shop, situated in the Ilac Centre on Henry Street, will officially be opened on 3rd October.

Why do cyclists shave their legs?

And you thought it was just to look good…

Thursday 18 September, 2014

Everton rout Wolfsburg while Spurs and Celtic both draw in Europa League

Seamus Coleman was on the scoresheet for the Toffees.

Tom Brady posted his pre-NFL CV and it should give hope to us all

The future Hall of Fame quarterback didn’t know if he’d make it in the NFL.

Ireland legend Keith Wood joins TV3′s Rugby World Cup panel

The former hooker will work with presenter Matt Cooper for the global tournament.

‘I’d love to be back there’ – Tommy Walsh hints at Kerry return

The former Kingdom corner forward admits there is a decision to be made at the end of this year.


Get pumped for the All-Ireland final with this brilliant local radio montage

The lads from Second Captains have set the mood for Sunday’s game.

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