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7 contenders to replace Arsene Wenger (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
As Arsenal seek a first new manager in 22 years, we run the rule over a few likely contenders for one of the most attractive jobs in English football.

'Hopefully it gets over the line' - McGinley on '26 bid (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Former Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley is optimistic that Ireland will get to host the Ryder Cup in 2026 at Adare Manor.

Sexton: Leinster 'learned a lot of hard truths' (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Johnny Sexton believes Leinster have learned from their mistakes and are ready to emulate the team who reached three European Cup finals in four years from 2008-2012.

Emirates became something of a millstone for Wenger (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Things started to go downhill for Arsene Wenger in the year they moved to the Emirates and reached a Champions League final, says RTÉ commentator George Hamilton.

'Proud to have been a rival' - Fergie salutes Wenger (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Alex Ferguson has led the tributes to outgoing Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger by calling the Frenchman "without doubt one of the greatest Premier League managers".

Quiros leads Hassan Trophy as Irish trio don't make cut (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Spain's Alvaro Quiros is in pole position to secure another out-of-the-blue victory on the European Tour after claiming the halfway lead in the Hassan Trophy - but no Irish will be around for the weekend.

Sean O'Brien ruled out for rest of season (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Leinster flanker Sean O'Brien's season is over after he underwent shoulder surgery today.

Wenger: The man who helped define the Premier League (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
From being criticised for working in Japan by Alex Ferguson to being abused on YouTube, Arsene Wenger's reign began in one Premier League and ended in another.

Henshaw back for Champions Cup showdown with Scarlets (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Ireland centre Robbie Henshaw will make his Leinster comeback against the Scarlets in the semi-final of the Champions Cup tomorrow in the Aviva Stadium.

Walsh admits defeat in race for Punchestown (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Ruby Walsh has failed in his bid to be fit for the Punchestown Festival next week.

Adare Manor to launch bid to host 2026 Ryder Cup (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
The owner of Adare Manor, JP McManus, has confirmed today that the resort in Limerick will be seeking to stage the Ryder Cup in 2026.

Feehan steps down as Six Nations and B&I Lions CEO (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
John Feehan has stepped down as chief executive of the Six Nations and British and Irish Lions with immediate effect.

At a glance: Ladies Football & Camogie semi-finals (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
It's down to the semis in each of the four divisions in the Ladies NFL, while it's also the same stage in tier two in the Camogie league.

Earls returns to the Munster starting line-up (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Munster have named their side to take on Racing 92 on Sunday in Bordeaux for the Champions Cup semi-final with Keith Earls returning and Simon Zebo on the bench.

Stack: 'There would be a lot of girls hurting' (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Cork will be keen to earn some redemption for their 2017 All-Ireland semi-final defeat to Mayo when the sides meet in their Division 1 semi-final on Sunday, according to stalwart defender Bríd Stack.

Cork far from fluent in taking the points against Bohs (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Cork City moved level with Dundalk at the top of the Premier Division with a smash-and-grab 2-0 victory over Bohemians at Dalymount Park on Friday night.

Kasmi fires brace as Waterford overcome Bray (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Waterford FC got back to winning ways in the SSE Airtricity League with a 3-0 victory over bottom side Bray Wanderers at the RSC tonight.

Pressure remains on Bradley as Hoops held by Limerick (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Limerick scored late to stun Shamrock Rovers and secure a 1-1 draw at Tallaght Stadium to maintain the pressure on Hoops' manager Stephen Bradley.

History against elusive all-Ireland final (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
RTÉ Sport's Declan Whooley spoke to former Leinster and Munster players who know from their own semi-final experience, that defeat at the penultimate stage is a bitter pill to swallow.

Derry fight back to secure point at Oriel (2018-04-21 00:15:00)
Eoin Toal's first goal of the season bagged Derry City a share of the spoils against Dundalk in the meeting of the two form sides in the country, the match finishing 2-2 at Oriel Park.




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