Kiely promises response after ‘litany of mistakes’

Limerick manager John Kiely considers their trip to Waterford on Sunday week as a must-win game following yesterday’s setback.

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Energetic Tipp leave 14-man Waterford on Munster brink

Another afternoon of liquid wristwork and fluid movement from Tipperary yesterday put Waterford to the sword with commendable economy.

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Sheedy sees plenty room for improvement

Jason Forde’s goal on 54 minutes broke Waterford’s spirit and from there to the end, Tipperary outscored their opponents 1-9 to 0-1 to claim their second ...

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Pep Guardiola: Domination is meaningless without Champions League title

City completed an unprecedented domestic treble on Saturday when they won the FA Cup.

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Former Cork City keeper Noel Mooney steps between posts for FAI

The FAI has announced UEFA's Noel Mooney is to take up a six-month secondment with the Football Association of Ireland.

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We were put in our place – Valverde wants more from Barca in cup final

Lionel Messi’s brace was not enough to secure victory.

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Nervous Flier’s seamless return massive boost for Schmidt

Josh van der Flier admits he was a bundle of nerves ahead of Saturday’s Guinness PRO14 semi-final win over Munster.

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Priestland holds his nerve to ensure Champions Cup rugby for Bath

Blackadder’s men edge late success at Leicester.

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Johann van Graan says 'discipline' the difference between Munster and Leinster performances

Munster were left to rue their poor discipline after succumbing to another Guinness PRO14 semi-final defeat at the hands of Leinster today.

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Too Darn Hot puts Derby credentials on the line

John Gosden expects to have a clear idea of whether Too Darn Hot is a realistic Derby contender after he runs in York’s Al Basti Equiworld Dubai Dante Stakes ...

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O’Leary drops bombshell he will phase out National Hunt team

The racing world was rocked yesterday after Michael O’Leary announced he will phase out his National Hunt team over the next five years.

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'Nothing will replace race riding for me': Champion jockey Pat Smullen retires on medical advice

Nine-time Irish flat champion jockey Pat Smullen has retired from racing on medical advice.

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Counting the years until loudest Ryder Cup in history

Americans Rickie Fowler and Phil Mickelson were playing a practice round at the 2010 Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor Resort when Mickelson proposed a dream scenario: “Can ...

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Newton takes away spoils but Purcell puts down Cup marker

Conor Purcell missed out on his country’s blue-riband amateur title as the Flogas Irish Amateur Open went to England’s James Newton — but Ireland’s ...

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Johnson fights back to close gap on leader Koepka at US PGA Championship

Koepka had made a poor start with a bogey on the first.

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Hayde destroys Sonia record held since 1987

It was another day of records at the Irish Life Health/Munster Schools’ Championships which took place in blustery conditions at Cork IT.

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Rafael Nadal defeats Novak Djokovic to clinch ninth Italian Open title

The defending champion triumphed 6-0 4-6 6-1 in two hours and 25 minutes in Rome.

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Ivanisevic jokes about 2001 semi-final v Henman as Wimbledon unveils new roof

The Croatian tennis player appeared to benefit from a rain delay in reaching the final 18 years ago.

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Dalo's Hurling Podcast: Bubbles baffles Cork, Clare conquer Walsh Park, Dubs rattle the cage

Anthony Daly, Ger Cunningham and Michael Moynihan review the hurling weekend.

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The Championship Preview: Dalo, Ger Cunningham and Derek McGrath throw it in

An hour of hurling chat with the three former inter-county bosses.

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GAA podcast: Hurling bosses Meyler, Sheedy and Kiely ahead of the big Munster throw-in

Cork manager John Meyler on improving on last year, Barcelona's passing triangles and the focus on Tipp.

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