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Daily Archives: October 19, 2017

Meyler insists he’s ready to step up for Cork

New Cork senior hurling manager John Meyler admits that the opportunity to take charge of the county came sooner than he expected, but he is confident that he’s ready for the challenge. Meyler served as a selector under out-going Cork manager Kieran Kingston for the

Women’s Ashes 2017: What happened after England won the World Cup?

England’s women visited Downing Street at the end of August Women’s Ashes Dates: 22 October – 21 November Venues: Brisbane, Coffs Harbour, Sydney, Canberra Coverage details: Radio commentary of the series on 5 live sports extra, plus live text commentary on selected matches on the

Antonio Rogerio Nogueira tested positive for diuretic, could be punished

Veteran UFC light heavyweight Antonio Rogerio Nogueira has been flagged for a potential doping violation and pulled from a scheduled bout against Jared Cannonier on Dec. 16. The United States Anti-Doping Agency notified the UFC of the potential violation on Thursday, according to promotional officials.

Away days for Dublin and Galway in All-Ireland defences

All-Ireland hurling champions Galway will begin the defence of their title with a Leinster round-robin game with Offaly in O’Connor Park in May. While in football, Dublin will start the defence of their All-Ireland football title on the road against either Offaly or Wicklow in

David Goffin through to European Open quarterfinals

4:28 PM ET ESPN staff Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment Top seed David Goffin advanced to the quarterfinals of the European Open in Antwerp. Belgian Goffin defeated American wildcard Frances Tiafoe 7-6 (1), 6-2 to book his place in the last eight.