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British Cycling: Directors set to be replaced under new reforms

British Cycling chairman Jonathan Browning says some of the issues within the organisation have been ‘unacceptable’ British Cycling’s board of directors is set to be replaced after the governing body called an emergency meeting next month to vote on reforms. The likes of chairman Jonathan

‘I bring goals’ – Maguire ready to hit ground running

Sean Maguire has aired his delight at securing a move to Preston North End and told his new supporters: “I bring goals”. The Kilkenny man will join a healthy Irish contingent when he makes the move across the water at the end of July. He’s been

Qualifier draws live on RTÉ Radio on Tuesday

The draw for the first round of All-Ireland Senior Football Championship qualifiers will take place on Tuesday morning. The draw for the preliminary round of Liam MacCarthy Cup hurling will also take place just after the 8.30 news live on RTÉ Radio 1’s Morning Ireland.

Derek Fisher happy to be alive after car flip, DUI arrest

Derek Fisher said he is happy to still be alive on Monday, one day after being arrested on suspicion of drunk driving after flipping his vehicle. “The most important part is that we’re here and that no one else was injured,” Fisher told TMZ on

Flood-repaired course almost ready for Greenbrier Classic

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — There was some concern right after historic flooding forced the cancellation of last summer’s Greenbrier Classic that the Old White TPC course in West Virginia wouldn’t even be ready for this year’s PGA Tour event. Count Bubba Watson among those