Donegal man feels guilty local GAA clubs was punished for helping him with charity event

A Donegal man who has motor neuron disease has said he feels guilty that his local GAA club is being punished for helping him.

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Callanan backs two-point sideline cut

Tipperary captain Séamus Callanan reckons a point scored directly from a sideline cut in hurling should count for double.

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Website glitch sees fans overcharged

A glitch on the tickets.ie website saw Cork, Tipperary, and Waterford supporters overcharged when purchasing Munster SHC tickets yesterday morning.

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Hasenhuttl would not have taken Southampton job if he doubted Saints’ survival chances

The Saints edged closer to top-flight safety with a point at Watford.

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Liverpool boss Klopp not ready to counsel Solskjaer

Anfield club are seeing their rivals struggle

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Hughton wants Brighton to make their own luck in bid to break goal drought

Albion’s last top-flight goal came on March 9.

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'I immediately unliked it': Bundee Aki apologises for 'mistakenly' liking Israel Folau post

Connacht and Ireland player Bundee Aki has taken to Instagram to address "mistakenly" liking the controversial post by Israel Folau.

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Watson to make Bath return after 13 months out

The England international has not played since last season’s Six Nations.

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McKeon wants Munster scalp on way to 2015 repeat

Connacht back-row Eoin McKeon believes history can repeat itself and that a win in Munster this weekend could be a crucial stepping stone to PRO14 glory.

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‘It was a feather in the cap to get him over because he was iconic’

Last Monday’s Irish Grand National evoked plenty of memories for Roy Craigie, many of them from long before he enjoyed an 11-year stint as Fairyhouse general ...

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Winters in double form

Trainer Mick Winters took the honours on Cork’s Easter Monday card, completing a double with Littlestickarubarb and Osca Loca.

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National wait over for Mullins as Burrows leads home 1-2-3

There are few races of any significance which do not adorn Willie Mullins’ CV and, after yesterday’s Boylesports Irish Grand National, there is one less. ...

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James Sugrue thrilled with Walker Cup call-up

A delighted James Sugrue was one of five leading Irish amateur golfers celebrating call-ups to an extended Great Britain & Ireland squad ahead of the 47th Walker ...

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'Postman' Poulter to play in Irish Open at Lahinch

Poulter joins major winners Padraig Harrington, Danny Willett, and Graeme McDowell, former world number one Lee Westwood, and defending champion Russell Knox in ...

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Lowry: RBC Heritage felt like ‘one that got away’

Shane Lowry may have recorded his best finish on the PGA Tour this year but he admitted missing out on victory at the RBC Heritage last week felt like “one ...

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Hamilton warns Ferrari that Leclerc could rebel if team orders continue

The five-time world champion says being asked to play a supporting role goes against the core values of racing drivers.

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Lough stands by his man as Farah/Gebrselassie row rumbles on

Mo Farah’s coach disputes Ethiopian’s version of events in hotel.

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Captain Carter capitalises on loose Lisowski to reach round two

The 39-year-old had to come through qualifying to reach the Crucible.

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GAA podcast: Glen deliver, pacy Barrs, Bandon's history boys and the psychology of developing elite players

Eoghan Cormican reviews an exciting weekend in the Cork SHC

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GAA podcast: Cork SHC preview, Ilen shock, GAA's hip injury epidemic?

Can star-studded Douglas finally fulfill potential?

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GAA podcast: Clubs take centre stage plus GAA's LA story

An emotional win for Fermoy and the rise of GAA in California are covered in today's PaperTalk podcast.

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