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Ireland go with the big guns for World Cup opener against USA

14 of Ireland’s starting 15 against the United States have Grand Slam winners’ medals.

Shamrock Rovers assistant hits out at ‘disgusting’ comments by Alan Cawley

John Gill has backed Hoops boss Trevor Croly after he came in for criticism on this week’s Soccer Republic.

Take a look at one of the most agonising betting losses of all time

This poker player had a 2% chance of losing $1m but sometimes you lose even when the odds are in your favour.

Ravel Morrison charged with assaulting two women

The incident happened in Manchester on Sunday.

Roy Keane sees Villa beaten by Paul Cook’s buoyant Chesterfield

There’s was plenty of Irish interest as Jack Grealish was amongst the Irish on show.

Lukaku ‘not highly motivated’ to compete for a place at Chelsea — Jose Mourinho

The Belgian striker says he didn’t want ‘to spend 10 years on the bench’.

Eamon Fitzmaurice: Players’ opinions are all that matter to me GAA

Eamon Fitzmaurice: Players’ opinions are all that matter to me

The Kerry boss has had to take the rough with the smooth since taking the top job in the Kingdom.

Gerrard: Suarez ‘too good’ for Arsenal

The Anfield skipper says he knew one of the La Liga giants would be in for the Uruguayan.

‘He needs me more than I need him’ – Matthew Macklin on possible Andy Lee bout

The middleweight title contender was at Croke Park to promote his upcoming bout with Jorge Sebastian Heiland.

Deila ‘unbelievably disappointed’ with Celtic

A converted try back at Murrayfield will see Celtic through though, no?

Former Clermont and Lions star Lee Byrne named Dragons captain

Capped 46 times for the Welsh, Byrne has not appeared for his country since the 2011 World Cup.

Liverpool recover from Gerrard slip to beat Manchester City on penalties Shootout This post contains videos

Liverpool recover from Gerrard slip to beat Manchester City on penalties

The Reds captain was unable to prevent Stevan Jovetic from scoring the opener but Brendan Rodgers’ men rallied well.

What is CrossFit and is it worth the money?

The latest exercise craze is pricey but gets results. Here’s what it entails.

A ‘mathematical genius’ helped Clare win a 5th consecutive Munster hurling title last night GAA

A ‘mathematical genius’ helped Clare win a 5th consecutive Munster hurling title last night

Clare U21 manager Gerry O’Connor on the level of detail that coach Paul Kinnerk put into last night’s win over Cork.

James Horan: ‘There have been some changes since in terms of hair styles and weight’

The Mayo boss reflects on the significance of their 2011 win over next Sunday’s opponents Cork.

Analysis: Does Jose Mourinho give young players enough of a chance?

Romelu Lukaku was afforded no opportunities to impress the Chelsea manager. Is there something bigger at play?

Ulster have gone for a unique purple away kit this season

Check out the northern province’s two brand new jerseys for the 2014/15 campaign.

Player gets kicked in the head as four sent off during Milk Cup game

There were ugly scenes in Coleraine during the game between Northern Ireland and Mexico on Wednesday night.

Wednesday 30 July, 2014

Don’t despair, Southampton fans… you’ve signed Ryan Bertrand

After all the recent exits, Saints boss Ronald Koeman could do with a few more arrivals.

Ireland’s Cillian Sheridan scored his first Champions League goal tonight

The APOEL frontman was on target in a 2-2 draw with HJK Helsinki.

Recall the Meehan and Cooper masterclass when Galway and Kerry met back in 2008

The counties are getting set for an All-Ireland quarter-final showdown next Sunday.

5 talking points after Clare claim Munster U21 hurling title against Cork

The Banner’s remarkable run of victories in Munster U21 hurling continued tonight.

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Celtic facing Champions League exit after heavy defeat to Legia Warsaw

Things had started so well for the Hoops but soon turned sour as they lost 4-1 and had Efe Ambrose sent off.

Clare crowned Munster U21 hurling champions with 15-point win over Cork

Tony Kelly captained the side that ran out 1-28 to 1-13 winners tonight in Ennis.

Even Ashley Cole likes the ‘Lurking Ashley Cole’ photoshops

Roma’s new defender isn’t taking the enhanced photographs seriously judging by his Twitter timeline.

Everton confirm club record £28million signing of Romelu Lukaku

The Belgian striker earlier dropped a strong hint he could be set to leave the Londoners with a cryptic Twitter post.

Shaw: I deserved Van Gaal fitness criticism

The 19-year-old made a surprise substitute appearance in the 0-0 draw with Inter

We’ll Leave it There So: Medal joy for Rob Heffernan, Clare hurling glory and all today’s sport

There was also further success for Team NI at the Commonwealth Games.

As It Happened: Clare v Cork, Munster U21 hurling championship final

Who would claim the honours tonight in Cusack Park? Here’s how it unfolded.

Fabregas curls 25-yard free-kick in for his first Chelsea goal

Jose Mourinho’s side picked up a 3-1 win in their pre-season friendly with Vitesse Arnhem.

Northern Irish quartet all secure medals at Commonwealth Games

The quartet are all through to the semi-finals of their respective events.

All the results and the best pics from Day 3 of the Galway Races

Ireland manager Martin O’Neill and president Michael D Higgins were in attendance as Road To Riches won the Galway Plate.

A pony, Blaas, selfies and shopping: The best of today’s action in the Munster Race

Hopefully Andrew Conway’s bail didn’t cut into the funds raised for charity.

There has been a fair bit of transfer activity in the League of Ireland today

Sligo Rovers, Limerick and Cork City have all seen players arrive.

Great news, folks! Vanishing spray is coming to the Premier League

The disappearing substance will be used in the English top flight from the start of this season.

David Moyes in clear over wine bar scuffle

23-year-old builder Josh Gillibrand claimed to have been attacked at a wine bar in the town of Clitheroe.

Ireland’s Rob Heffernan set to receive bronze medal for 2010 Euros

The star said on Twitter today that he has been told “unofficially” that he was set to receive the accolade.

Donal Óg and Loughnane reckon GAA dual stars can’t maximise their hurling potential

The Sunday Game pundits debated the future of the dual star last weekend.

Have you heard the story about Liverpool new boy Markovic giving up his first class seat?

Reds manager Brendan Rodgers has got nothing but good things to say about their recent acquisition.