Staunton shines as Carnacon stroll into final (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Cora Staunton collected 1-7 as five-time winners Carnacon booked their place in a first All-Ireland ladies senior club final since 2013.

Stunning final round gives Lowry reason to smile (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Shane Lowry shot a stunning final round 63 at the DP World Tour Championship to finish 18-under-par in tie for second.

Faugheen impresses in Punchestown comeback (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Faugheen made an impressive winning return to action in the Unibet Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown.

Stint in France paid off for Farrell (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Chris Farrell took the long route to international rugby, but he says he's delighted his decision to spend three years in France has paid off.

Goal-scorer Arter coping with World Cup 'devastation' (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Ireland midfielder Harry Arter admitted he was desperate to shrug off the devastation of missing out on next summer's World Cup by helping Bournemouth continue their Premier League resurgence.

Schmidt left to rue Joey Carbery injury (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Joe Schmidt all but ruled out Joey Carbery for the rest of the November Series and admitted that his lack of game-time at out-half is an "unfortunate situation".

Basketball round-up: UCD Marian left thunderstruck (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
The Men's Super League top of the table clash at the ALSAA saw Griffith College Swords Thunder cause an upset against UCD Marian, running out 93-86 point winners after a superb second half performance

Dimitrov edges out Goffin in Tour Finals thriller (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Grigor Dimitrov claimed the biggest title of his career by edging a three-set thriller with David Goffin to win the ATP Finals in London.

Young American inspired to form new hurling club (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
A chance viewing of an under-21 hurling match between Clare and Cork led young American Michael Walsh to set-up his own hurling club in Rhode Island

Kilcormac/Killoughey conquer Mount Leinster (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Kilcormac/Killoughey advanced to face Cuala in the Leinster final after a 2-21 to 0-10 victory over Carlow champions Mount Leinster Rangers.

Breen unhurt after Australian rollover (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Ireland's Craig Breen suffered heartbreak at Rally Australia when he crashed out of the final round of the World Rally Championship on stage 18 of 21 while lying in fourth place in his Citroen.

Frampton ready for next challenge (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Carl Frampton made a winning return to the ring with a victory over Mexican Horacio Garcia and says he's ready for whatever comes his way next.

Na Piarsaigh step on the gas to regain provincial title (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Na Piarsaigh claimed a fourth Munster senior hurling club title thanks to Adrian Breen's 1-5 haul, a win that leaves them as Limerick's most successful hurling club on the provincial scene.

Fortune favours Gaels as late goal books final spot (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
A goal in the sixth minute of injury time put Cavan Gaels into an Ulster club SFC final for the first time in 40 years after a crazy semi-final replay at Clones.

Cook claims Classic as Harrington finishes on high (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Rookie Austin Cook won the RSM Classic to claim his maiden PGA Tour title in only his 14th event.

No winning start for Moyes as Watford edge Hammers (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
David Moyes claimed some "big players with big reputations" are letting West Ham down after their 2-0 loss at Watford.

Con's artistry helps Cuala overpower St Martin's (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Dual star Con O'Callaghan shone again with 1-03 for Cuala as the AIB All-Ireland club hurling title holders cruised through to another provincial decider.

Clare beat Galway in frenetic Fenway final (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
A superb display by Peter Duggan helped Clare capture the AIG Fenway Hurling Classic title at Fenway Park.

Bryan Sheehan retires from Kerry duty (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Five-time All-Ireland champion Bryan Sheehan has announced his retirement from inter-county football with Kerry.

Na Piarsaigh find the intensity to ignite machine (2017-11-20 00:15:00)
Na Piarsaigh goalkeeper Podge Kennedy on the guts, guile and a physical presence the side showed when required when sealing a fourth Munster hurling club title.

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