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  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    SEAMUS COLEMAN HITS BACK AT KEITH ANDREWS CRITICISM

    ‘He might have been trying to make a name for himself by being a little bit harsh'

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    KATIE TAYLOR FINDS ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD AGAINST SERRANO

    WBA and IBF title holder left bitterly disappointed by opponent's weak challenge

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    LEINSTER BROUGHT BACK DOWN TO EARTH; KILMACUD AND BALLYBODEN MUST GO AGAIN

    Morning Sports Briefing: Keep ahead of the game with ‘The Irish Times' sports team

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    CIPRIANI MUST SHOULDER BLAME FOR GAME-CHANGING RED CARD

    World Rugby's hard line on high tackles means intent of player is irrelevant

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    CIPRIANI RED CARD TILTS MATTERS FIRMLY IN MUNSTER'S DIRECTION

    Carbery and Beirne impressive as Van Graan's side claim bonus point victory

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    SALE STEP UP THE PRESSURE TO LEAVE CONNACHT WITH A FAMILIAR FEELING

    Ashton's three tries help consign the visitors to another defeat in England

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    FORMULA ONE DRIVERS THE NEAREST THING SPORT HAS TO A BOY BAND

    If even drivers think F1 is an engineering bore how tough a sell can it be to the rest of us?

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    SONNES GREETS WIN OVER LEINSTER AS A FRESH START FOR FAMED TOULOUSE

    ‘Beating Leinster could be a historic exploit for us' says joint head-coach

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    CHAMPION JOCKEY CONTENDER BLACKMORE STILL UNEASY IN THE LIMELIGHT

    Modest Tipperary woman has proved her mettle during her rise to the top of Irish racing

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    DAN MCFARLAND: HUNGER TO SUCCEED IS OUR STRENGTH GOING FORWARD

    Rory Best admits province will be ‘fighting for their lives' in games against Scarlets

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    US NAVY FLAG TO LEAD STRONG O'BRIEN BID IN MANIKATO STAKES

    Ballydoyle maestro looking for a 14th Group One success of year in Melbourne

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    HRI BOSS READY FOR CRUCIAL MEETING WITH DOWN ROYAL OWNERS

    Racing's ruling body has given €1.2 million in capital funding over 15 years

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    WASTEFUL LEINSTER BROUGHT RUDELY BACK DOWN TO EARTH

    Champions falter in Toulouse while three serious injuries mar Munster's victory

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    KOMPANY INSISTS CONTROVERSIAL CHALLENGE ON LENNON WAS NOT MALICIOUS

    Burnley manager Sean Dyche believes Manchester City captain should have seen red

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    THE OFFLOAD: OWENS TAKES ZEBO TO TASK FOR FINGER-POINTING

    Former Munster man apologetic following try-scoring gesture in win over Ulster

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    FA AWAITS REFEREE'S REPORT ON MOURINHO BUST-UP BEFORE TAKING ACTION

    Scuffle erupted after United manager reacted to Chelsea coach celebrating late equaliser

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 22, 2018

    TV VIEW: MUNSTER RISE ABOVE THE DIN AS JINX SEES TO DANNY CIPRIANI

    Apologies and fruity language a feature of the sporting weekend, from Limerick to Boston

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 21, 2018

    ANGLING NEWS: GRAND FINALE ON LOUGH SHEELIN AS BEST WINE SERVED LAST

    Great catches averaging 3 to 4lbs with top weight hitting 8lbs.

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 21, 2018

    MOURINHO CAN FIX MANCHESTER UNITED BY FOCUSING ON ATTACKING

    Change needed as side seem incapable of doing what Mourinho's teams are renowned for - defending

  • By The Irish Times   -   Oct 21, 2018

    EMERY TELLS ARSENAL FANS NOT TO GET CARRIED AWAY WITH RECENT RUN OF FORM

    Full-back Hector Bellerin believes the players are still able to improve under their new head coach

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