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Nervous anticipation for Corey ahead of Armagh clash

Sligo manager Cathal Corey admits that nerves will play a part ahead of their league opener against Armagh next Sunday, but nevertheless is satisfied with the way his squad is shaping up. Corey, who was appointed Yeats County manager last October, previously guided Naomh Conaill

Track Cycling World Cup: Charlie Tanfield wins second gold

The KGF team pursuit quartet looked strong in qualifying and the finals Charlie Tanfield won his second gold medal at the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Minsk as the Team KGF quartet won team pursuit gold. The 21-year-old British amateur, who is not part

Rochford hoping for early points in the League

Weather conditions played havoc with GAA fixtures all around the country and have also been affecting inter-county training. Mayo recorded a narrow 1-10 to 0-11 victory over a spirited Sligo side today in the FBD Insurance League and manager Stephen Rochford was glad to get the game played. “The

European Rugby Champions Cup: Saracens into quarter-finals after Wasps win

Saracens took the final place in the quarter-finals having finished as the third-best second-placed side Defending champions Saracens have progressed to the quarter-finals of this season’s European Champions Cup. The back-to-back title winners thrashed Northampton on Saturday to remain in contention, but their place was

UFC 220 – What’s next for fighters of UFC 220?

Last weekend’s UFC 220 event in Boston showcased two successful title defenses and a handful of strong performances by Massachusetts natives. Where do the fighters of UFC 220 go from here? Here’s ESPN’s take on what should be next. Heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic (18-2) defeated

Corofin ease past Fulham challenge to make semi-final

Fulham Irish 1-04 Corofin 3-08 Corofin got the better of Fulham Irish by ten points to set up a meeting with Moorefield in the AIB All-Ireland senior football club semi-final. Despite the final score of 3-8 to 1-4, Fulham Irish can be proud of their

Matthew Cross’ century steers Scotland to victory over UAE

Scotland’s Matthew Cross was the match-winner with an unbeaten century One-day international tri-series, Dubai Scotland 249-8 (50 overs): Cross 107*, Munsey 45 United Arab Emirates 218 (46.3 overs): Shabber 90; Watt 2-33, Whittingham 2-35 Scotland won by 31 runs Scorecard Matthew Cross made 107 not