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Daily Archives: February 11, 2018

O’Neill frustrated by ‘shocking’ refereeing calls

Kildare manager Cian O’Neill admitted his team were devastated by the manner of their latest League defeat and claimed his side were on the wrong end of a few “shocking” refereeing decisions.  A spectacular Mattie Donnelly point in the sixth minute of injury-time gave Tyrone a one-point

Dustin Johnson shares the lead at Pebble Beach

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Dustin Johnson overcame a sloppy back nine by making a 10-foot birdie on the 18th hole at Pebble Beach for a 2-under 70 that gave him a share of the lead going into the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach

Frank Reich agrees to five-year deal to be Indianapolis Colts coach

INDIANAPOLIS — Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich has been hired to be the Indianapolis Colts‘ next head coach. He will received a five-year deal, according to a source. Reich replaces Chuck Pagano as coach after a search that took a few twists and turns.

The mood has darkened between Galway and Mayo

All-Ireland winning captain Ray Silke could sense tension between Galway and Mayo supporters in Pearse Stadium Stand and suggested that the mood between the two counties has darkened in recent years.  Galway beat Mayo for the third time in a row in Sunday’s Division 1 clash

Scotland 32-26 France: Gregor Townsend praises Scots’ resilience

Six Nations 2018: Scotland 32-26 France highlights Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend hailed his side’s resilience after they came from behind to beat France and revive their Six Nations campaign. The Scots trailed 10-0 early on and 20-14 at half-time but six Greig Laidlaw penalties

UFC’s Whittaker, Romero rematch not ideal, but necessary — MMA

At this point, someone should probably offer a college course on understanding the UFC’s middleweight division. If you haven’t been paying super close attention, it’s complicated. And trying to catch up can be downright confusing. I’m sorry, but, what exactly is a half-interim title fight