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Monthly Archives: February 2018

My ‘son’ Floyd Mayweather has walked out of rematch talks

5:16 AM ET ESPN staff Conor McGregor claims Floyd Mayweather has abandoned talks over a lucrative rematch and says he’s proud of his “son” for opting to stay retired. Mayweather (50-0, 27 KOs) stopped McGregor after 10 rounds of their August 2017 boxing match —

LGFA investigating Kerry County Board

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association is investigating the Kerry County Board after a turbulent week in the county. RTÉ Sport has learned that serious concerns have been raised regarding finances and the application of LGFA rules and procedures. Alarm was also expressed after a meeting of some members of

Sam Northeast: Hampshire sign Kent batsman on a four-year contract

Sam Northeast has a batting average of 39.66 in first-class cricket Hampshire have signed Kent middle-order batsman Sam Northeast on a four-year contract. Northeast, 28, turned down a contract extension in January and as many as eight counties are believed to have been interested in

Formula 1: Red Bull launch new RB14 car for 2018 season

Red Bull on their previous ploy of launching late: “You wouldn’t do it if you didn’t have to, and this year we don’t have to” Red Bull have launched the car they hope will return them to Formula 1 championship contention for the first time

Alex Blackwell: Australia vice-captain announces retirement

Blackwell will continue to play for Sydney Thunder in the Women’s Big Bash League Alex Blackwell, Australia’s most-capped female player, has retired from international and state cricket. The 34-year-old batter made her Australia debut in 2003 and went on to play 251 matches across the

Controversy erupts over Fergie’s national anthem at All-Star Game

LOS ANGELES — Fergie tried something different with her national anthem at the NBA All-Star Game, and not everybody was cheering. The Black Eyed Peas singer’s slow, bluesy rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” on Sunday night wasn’t particularly well received at Staples Center or on

‘It was good learning for our lads’

It’s not uncommon for managers to look for positives from a defeat and that’s the route that Kerry boss Eamonn Fitzmaurice went down after watching his side lose narrowly to Monaghan, in what were testing conditions in Inniskeen. The Farney prevailed by two points, despite being

Gilroy would have expected a bigger bounce

Brendan Cummins believes Pat Gilroy “looked backwards rather than forwards” when shaping his panel for the league campaign and is suffering the consequences. The Dubs slumped to a 12-point defeat against Limerick in their Allianz Hurling League Division 1B tussle on Saturday night, leaving them