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This hide and seek skit by NFL players celebrating a touchdown is pure Americ...
JuJu Smith-Schuster showed off his playful side.
Jamie Carragher responded to Ronald Koeman?s sacking with one of 2014?s great...
The resurrection of Andy Tate.
Jamie Donaldson celebrated retaining his tour card with an unusual dip in the...
Bonus points for comedic timing.
Quiz: Can you remember where these Premier League stars played on loan?
Everybody’s got to cut their teeth somewhere…
Watch: Mario Mandzukic receives two yellow cards in three seconds
The Croatian may have set an unwanted record here.
14 titles up for grabs in busy day of club GAA action
It’s another busy day of club action around the country with 14 titles to be decided.
Watch: Kobe Bryant plays keepie uppie with Neymar at Paris Saint-Germain trai...
The basketball superstar showed some skills at the Camp des Loges training centre.
The winners and losers of the football and hurling championship draws
Regardless of the significant changes to next year's championships, last night’s 2018 football draw and release of the provincial hurling schedule was hardly heart-stopping stuff.
Police investigate as Everton fan holding child with dummy gets involved in t...
Police are investigating after an Everton fan appeared to get involved in a touchline scrap - while holding a child in his arms sucking a dummy.
Bleyendaal out and Sexton likely to be recalled; Leinster and Munster to anno...
Both Leinster and Munster are due to name their teams for the weekend’s Champions Cup action later today.
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Cristiano Ronaldo beats Lionel Messi to win Fifa best male player award
Cristiano Ronaldo is named the world's best male player at the Best Fifa Football Awards in London for the second successive time.
Everton look like a group of players, not a team - Pat Nevin on Ronald Koeman...
Former Everton winger Pat Nevin explains why he believes Ronald Koeman was sacked by the club.
No understanding & easy to play against - ex-Evertonians on Koeman woes
Manager Ronald Koeman's failure to inspire his Everton players probably cost him his job, says former defender Michael Ball.
John Hardie: Scotland flanker suspended from duty for alleged cocaine use
John Hardie's suspension from Edinburgh and Scotland duty is because of alleged cocaine use, BBC Scotland understands.
WTA Finals: Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki win on day two
World number one Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki both claim impressive wins in their opening matches at the WTA Finals in Singapore.
Brendon Hartley: Toro Rosso driver will keep his seat for Mexican Grand Prix
New Zealand's Brendon Hartley will keep his Toro Rosso seat for the Mexican GP, as Russia's Daniil Kvyat is dropped yet again by Red Bull.
Giggs interested in Leicester and Everton jobs
Manchester United and Wales legend Ryan Giggs says he would be interested in the vacant manager's jobs at Leicester and Everton.
Fletcher joins elite club, plus Rashford v Rooney - Premier League stats
Darren Fletcher joins an elite club, Diego Maradona is part of a record crowd and it's goals galore in the best Premier League stats.
Kerr wants Scotland to be clinical in World Cup qualifier
Scotland head coach Shelley Kerr says it is all about taking chances for her side in their 2019 World Cup qualifying campaign.
Autumn internationals: England's Dylan Hartley, Nathan Hughes and Joe Marler ...
England trio Dylan Hartley, Nathan Hughes and Joe Marler all face disciplinary action just weeks before the Autumn internationals.

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Kings and Cheetahs join expanded Pro14 league
Celtic Rugby and the South African Rugby Union have confirmed that the Toyota Cheetahs and the Southern Kings will join an expanded Guinness Pro14 tournament in time for the upcoming 2017/18 season.
'We didn't create enough chances' says Caulfield
Cork City will not dwell on their first league defeat of the season but will look to bounce back and return to form on Friday night against Drogheda.
'Neutral' Russians ready for World Championships
Nineteen Russian athletes will compete as neutrals at this week's World Championships after demonstrating that their training environment meets the required anti-doping standards
McHale insists Roscommon are confident ahead of replay
Roscommon selector Liam McHale insists the Connacht champions have the advantage over his native Mayo heading into next Monday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final replay at Croke Park.
Rory Gallagher resigns as Donegal manager
Donegal have confirmed that Rory Gallagher has tendered his resignation with a year remaining in his term as manager.
Panel praise Cork record following first league defeat
The Soccer Republic panel praised both Cork City and Bohemians after the Gypsies inflicted the league leaders' first league defeat of the season at Turner's Cross.
Tipperary tasked with Galway test for semi spot
Tipperary and Galway will contest the second All-Ireland Camogie quarter-final in Semple Stadium
CHC uphold Tadhg de Búrca's one-match ban
Waterford are expected to appeal Tadhg de Búrca's one-match suspension to the GAA's Central Appeals Committee (CAC) after he was unsuccessful at Central Hearings Committee (CHC) level on Monday evening.
Briggs left 'devastated & heartbroken' by injury blow
Niamh Briggs said she's "devastated and heartbroken" to miss the World Cup after injury cruelly robbed the inspirational captain of the chance to lead her country's glory mission on home soil.
LA gets green light to hosts 2028 Olympics
Los Angeles has reached a deal to stage the 2028 Olympic Games.