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Daily Archives: June 6, 2017

GAA reveal new hurling championship proposals

The GAA has revealed new proposals for the All-Ireland Senior, U-21, and Minor Hurling Championships which will be considered by Central Council next week. The proposals are on a three-year trial basis from 2018 to 2020 inclusive and would see the Leinster and Munster Championships

2017 NBA Finals Kyrie Irving says Cavs must never waver

OAKLAND, Calif. — The Cleveland Cavaliers stand at a crossroads once again on the NBA Finals stage, down 0-2 to the vaunted Golden State Warriors, and Kyrie Irving is in the middle of it all. Do all the analysis you want to explain what has

FA crack down on hooliganism by issuing lifetime bans

The English FA has issued life bans to England supporters for the first time ever after two supporters club members made Nazi gestures in Germany. March’s friendly in Dortmund brought the worst out of some supporters, with poor behaviour in the city centre continuing inside

O’Neill happy with Ireland prep for Austria clash

Austria are coming to Dublin knowing that they must win Sunday’s World Cup qualifier against the Republic of Ireland if they are to realistically remain in contention for a place in next summer’s tournament in Russia. That’s the opinion of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill, who

Proposed Connolly ban shrouded in mystery

It will be very difficult for Dublin star Diarmuid Connolly to appeal his proposed 12-week suspension, but the entire saga raises serious questions, according to RTÉ football analyst Joe Brolly. The four-time All-Ireland winner has been hit with the ban for his actions in last Saturday’s