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#IRLU19 5-0 Romania U19

#IRLU19 5-0 Romania U19

#IRLU19 5-0 Romania U19

EURO 2020 | Lord Mayor of Dublin supports call for Volunteers

EURO 2020 | Lord Mayor of Dublin supports call for Volunteers

EURO 2020 | Lord Mayor of Dublin supports call for Volunteers

Guess Who? | Enda Stevens & John Egan

Guess Who? | Enda Stevens & John Egan

Guess Who? | Enda Stevens & John Egan

Teammates | Richard Keogh & Matt Doherty

Teammates | Richard Keogh & Matt Doherty

Teammates | Richard Keogh & Matt Doherty

TeamMates | Enda Stevens & John Egan

TeamMates | Enda Stevens & John Egan

TeamMates | Enda Stevens & John Egan

Club & Country | Della Doherty - Peamount United & IRLWU17

Club & Country | Della Doherty - Peamount United & IRLWU17

Club & Country | Della Doherty - Peamount United & IRLWU17

Club & Country | Brian Maher - St Patrick's Athletic & IRLU19

Club & Country |  Brian Maher - St Patrick's Athletic & IRLU19

Club & Country | Brian Maher - St Patrick's Athletic & IRLU19

GUESS WHO? - Richard Keogh vs Matt Doherty

GUESS WHO? - Richard Keogh vs Matt Doherty

GUESS WHO? - Richard Keogh vs Matt Doherty

GUESS WHO? | Richard Keogh vs Matt Doherty

GUESS WHO? | Richard Keogh vs Matt Doherty

GUESS WHO? | Richard Keogh vs Matt Doherty

HIGHLIGHTS | Derry City 0-2 Dundalk FC | 15.03.2019

HIGHLIGHTS | Derry City 0-2 Dundalk FC | 15.03.2019

HIGHLIGHTS | Derry City 0-2 Dundalk FC | 15.03.2019

Derry v Dundalk 150319

Derry v Dundalk 150319

Derry v Dundalk 150319

WATERFORD FC 2-0 ST. PATRICK'S ATHLETIC - SSE AIRTRICITY LEAGUE - 1.3.19

WATERFORD FC 2-0 ST. PATRICK'S ATHLETIC - SSE AIRTRICITY LEAGUE - 1.3.19

WATERFORD FC 2-0 ST. PATRICK'S ATHLETIC - SSE AIRTRICITY LEAGUE - 1.3.19

GAA

GAA

Alllianz Football League 2019 permutations

Alllianz Football League 2019 permutations

By John Harrington Sunday promises to be a helter skelter day of high stakes football in Divisions One, Two and Three of the Allianz League with the League final pairings yet to be decided and relegation an ongoing concern for many counties.Here are what the permutations look like across the divisions ahead of Sundays matches.The Allianz Football League Division 1 table ahead of Sunday's matches.Sunday March 24DIVISION 1Roscommon v Kerry, Hyde Park, 2pm Tyrone v Galway, Healy Park, 2pm Mayo v Monaghan, MacHale Park, 2pm Cavan v Dublin, Kingspan Breffni, 2pm The state of play in Division 1 is as follows.Four teams Kerry, Galway, Mayo, and Tyrone can still qualify for Allianz Football League Division 1 Final.Kerry are in pole position and will be guaranteed a final spot if they can draw with or defeat Roscommon in their Round 7 match.Even if they lose it, its still likely theyll be in the League Final. The only scenario in which they dont qualify for the League Final is if Mayo beat Monaghan and Galway beat Tyrone.That would leave Kerry, Galway, and Mayo level on eight points each with the

Cork v Kilkenny fundraiser for Kieran O'Connor announced

Cork v Kilkenny fundraiser for Kieran O'Connor announced

Cork County Board wishes to congratulate the Friends of Kieran OConnor on the organisation of Mondays hugely successful Walk for Kieran in Aghada and on their fundraising campaign which has

2019 AIB All-Ireland Club SHC Final - A different perspective

2019 AIB All-Ireland Club SHC Final - A different perspective

2019 AIB All-Ireland Club SHC Final - A different perspective

Allianz Football League Division 2 – Armagh v Cork

Allianz Football League Division 2 – Armagh v Cork

Armagh will play Cork in Round 7 of the Allianz Football League Division 2 on Sunday March 24th at 2pm in the Athletic Grounds, Armagh.

Allianz Football League Division 2 – Tipperary v Clare

Allianz Football League Division 2 – Tipperary v Clare

Tipperary will play Clare in Round 7 of the Allianz Football League Division 2 on Sunday March 24th at 2pm in Semple Stadium Thurles.The game will be preceded by the

Snooker

Snooker

Leo Scullion thrilled to referee first World Championship final

Leo Scullion thrilled to referee first World Championship final

Leo Scullion thrilled to referee first World Championship final

Leo Scullion "couldn't be any happier" after being chosen to referee snooker's World Championship final for the first time.The Scot, 60, has been a professional referee for 20 years and was treated for lung cancer in late 2014.The tournament at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre starts on 20 April culminating in the final on 5 and 6 May."It's fantastic, absolutely fantastic, it has to be the pinnacle of any referee's career," Scullion said.Scullion was forced to take a break from his refereeing career while he underwent treatment, including two cycles of chemotherapy. The cancer has now been in remission for nearly five years, with Scullion able to return to the tour in 2016. Since then, he has been in charge of the final of his home event, the Scottish Open, on two occasions. He was also in the middle for Mark Williams' 17-15 win over Barry Hawkins in the semi-finals at the Crucible last year.He said: "In those dark days, I suppose one of the things that would've been on my mind, although not immediately, was would I ever be back refereeing never mind being chosen to do this?"I'm pleased with myself

Stuart Bingham beats Ryan Day in Gibraltar Open final

Stuart Bingham beats Ryan Day in Gibraltar Open final

Stuart Bingham beats Ryan Day in Gibraltar Open final

Former world champion Stuart Bingham won the Gibraltar Open with a 4-1 victory over defending champion Ryan Day in the final.Bingham lost the first frame after he missed a red

World champion Williams eyes 'really good warm-up' for title defence

World champion Williams eyes 'really good warm-up' for title defence

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Ronnie O'Sullivan makes 1,000th century - the stats and the rivals

Ronnie O'Sullivan makes 1,000th century - the stats and the rivals

Ronnie O'Sullivan makes 1,000th century - the stats and the rivals

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O'Sullivan reaches 1,000 career centuries as he wins Players Championship

O'Sullivan reaches 1,000 career centuries as he wins Players Championship

O'Sullivan reaches 1,000 career centuries as he wins Players Championship

Ronnie O'Sullivan became the first man to reach 1,000 career centuries as he sealed a 10-4 win over Neil Robertson in the Players Championship final. The five-time world champion went