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Eddie Jones excited to extend stay as England boss
"I’m delighted to extend, it’s quite exciting"
FA charges Darren Ferguson for his ’shoot them’ comment about referees
"It is alleged his comments were improper and/or brought the game into disrepute."
Ireland’s Conor Stakelum makes history at European Figure Skating Championshi...
Name in the history books! 
Theo Walcott targeting trophies after swapping Arsenal for Everton
Theo Walcott says he quit Arsenal to join Everton because he wants to win trophies.
Jordan Larmour earns first call-up as Ireland’s Six Nations squad announced
Joe Schmidt has named his Ireland squad for the opening two games of the 2018 Six Nations
Remembering the video which wrote Ronaldinho into YouTube history
As the Brazilian legend retires from football, take a look back at this online classic.
Cork star says they didn’t see Kieran Kingston departure coming
Cork star Patrick Horgan has admitted that the Cork hurlers did not see Kieran Kingston’s exit coming.
Christian Brothers College complete double over Ard Scoil Ris in Munster Scho...
Christian Brothers College Cork completed the double over Ard Scoil Ris in today’s first round games of the Clayton Hotels Munster Schools Cup at Lansdowne.
Bastareaud to miss France’s Six Nations clash with Ireland after ban for usin...
France international centre Mathieu Bastareaud has received a three-week ban for verbally abusing an opponent.
Corn Uí Mhuirí wrap: St Brendan?s overcome slow start; Hard fought victory fo...
All today's Corn Uí Mhuirí action.
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Stokes available for England selection after affray charge
England's Ben Stokes is available for selection for the tour of New Zealand after being charged with affray, says the England and Wales Cricket Board.
England flanker Haskell to miss first two games of Six Nations
James Haskell will miss England's first two Six Nations games after getting a four-week ban for a dangerous tackle.
Koreas to march under single 'united' flag in Olympic Games
The North and South also agree to field a joint women's ice hockey team at the Pyeongchang Games.
South Africa v India: Lungi Ngidi takes 6-39 on debut to seal hosts' series win
Debutant Lungi Ngidi takes 6-39 as South Africa beat India by 135 runs in the second Test to win the series with a game to spare.
Everton sign Walcott from Arsenal in deal worth more than £20m
Theo Walcott becomes Everton's second signing of the January transfer window as he completes move from Arsenal.
Russian whistleblower suspected British doping
Russian whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov suspected "several" British athletes were doping, according to the man who helped him flee to the US.
England head coach Jones deal does not rule out Lions job
England head coach Eddie Jones' new deal will not rule him out of coaching the British and Irish Lions in South Africa, says RFU boss Steve Brown.
'Working perfectly' or 'complicating the beautiful game'? Mixed reaction afte...
Leicester boss Claude Puel welcomes video refereeing as his side benefit from a VAR decision in the FA Cup win over Fleetwood.
'It was tough' - Kyrgios comes through incident-packed match
Nick Kyrgios gives the home fans plenty to enjoy as he beats Viktor Troicki to reach the Australian Open third round.
Australian Open 2018: Viktor Troicki hits umpire's head with ball
Watch the moment Viktor Troicki hits the umpire in the head with his return from a Nick Kyrgios serve at the Australian Open.

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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.