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Daily Archives: June 29, 2017

Classy Cork win 2-0 away to Levadia Tallinn

Levadia Tallin 0-2 Cork City Cork City took a major step towards the second qualifying round of the Europa League with an impressive 2-0 away win to Levadia Tallinn, handing their opponents their first defeat since October. Garry Buckley’s low drive from a free-kick turned

Darren Gleeson misses out for Tipperary

Tipperary have made three changes for their All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship clash with Westmeath with goalkeeper Darren Gleeson one of those to miss out. The All-Ireland champions will take on Westmeath for the first time in senior hurling at Semple Stadium on Saturday. Tipp’ will line-up

Paul Waring leaves big names in the shade at Open de France

England’s Paul Waring left some of Europe’s biggest names trailing in his wake to claim the lead after the first round of the £5.4million HNA Open de France. Waring, 32, who is competing this season on a medical exemption due to ongoing back problems which

Ainge family in public tug-of-war over Gordon Hayward

Gordon Hayward‘s impending free agency has caused a public tug-of-war in the Ainge family. The Heat will get the first crack at luring Gordon Hayward away in free agency on Saturday, a source told ESPN. Hayward also plans to meet with the Celtics and the

Chris Eubank awaits Nigel Benn vs. Steve Collins winner

Benn and Collins again. It will be a normal ring, there will be regulation gloves, proper rounds and the punches will be real when Nigel Benn and Steve Collins end their exile from boxing and fight each other for a third time in October. Benn