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Zaza Pachulia receives Order of Honor from Georgian president

Golden State Warriors center Zaza Pachulia became the first player from the Republic of Georgia to win an NBA title when the Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers last season. Two months later, Pachulia — with the Larry O’Brien Trophy in tow — is celebrating with

Doona pops up at the death to send the Hoops through

Shamrock Rovers 1-0 Cork City (AET) Teenager James Doona was the toast of Tallaght Stadium after his dramatic 120th minute winner put Shamrock Rovers into the EA Sports Cup final. The late, late strike broke tenacious Cork City resistance after they’d played for over 80

Man United would really prosper by signing Bale

Signing Gareth Bale would be “the makings of Manchester United” this season, according to Eamon Dunphy. It’s not a secret to say that the Old Trafford club are keen are bring the Welsh superstar back to the Premier League. It was reported on Monday that

Sead Haksabanovic: West Ham sign teenager from Halmstads BK

Sead Haksabanovic is West Ham manager Slaven Bilic’s fifth signing of the summer West Ham United have signed teenage attacking midfielder Sead Haksabanovic from Swedish club Halmstads BK for an undisclosed fee. The 18-year-old, who cost a reported £2.7m, has agreed a five-year contract. The

PGA Championship moves to May in 2019

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Players are allowed to wear shorts during practice rounds at the PGA Championship. That won’t be necessary in two years, when it moves to May. The PGA of America is moving its major championship to May for the first time in 70

Switch to half-forward could benefit Callanan

Eight-time All-Ireland winner Eddie Brennan believes a move to the half-forward line might re-invigorate Seamus Callanan for the next few seasons.  Callanan scored five points in Sunday’s semi-final defeat to Galway with 0-2 coming from play. However, after a sprightly opening period, his influence was limited