RTE Sports News

Mullane: Waterford should have appealed Gleeson ruling

Five-time All-star John Mullane says that Waterford should have appealed Conor Gleeson's suspension to the Disputes Resolution Authority (DRA).

Ireland crash to Australia defeat in Women's World Cup

Ireland's dream World Cup on home soil has furthered soured as Australia avenged their defeat in the pool stages to win this 5th place semi-final at Ravenhill this afternoon.

Good news for Ireland as Egan and Hogan are on target

There was good news for Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill John Egan and Scott Hogan were on target in League Cup wins for Brentford and Aston Villa respectively.

'We were like coiled springs ready for the big day'

Richie Power reflects on the build-up to his first All-Ireland final appearance in 2006 and all the ingredients that make up that first Sunday in September.

England and New Zealand to meet in another WRWC final

England and New Zealand will meet in the Women's Rugby World Cup final for the fourth time following their semi-final wins on Tuesday.

Celtic do it the hard way in Astana

Celtic were given an almighty scare before booking their place in the Champions League group stages with an 8-4 aggregate win over Astanda.

Erasmus: I'll leave sooner if Munster get a replacement

Rassie Erasmus says he could leave the province before December if a replacement is found, and insists he has been transparent from the outset of his desire to work with the Springboks.

Derek McGrath 'gutted' for suspended Conor Gleeson

Waterford manager Derek McGrath has accepted that Conor Gleeson will miss the All-Ireland hurling final after his appeal to the CHC failed on Monday night.

Nicolas Roche stays third and in the hunt in the Vuelta

Nicolas Roche retained his third place position in the standings following Stage 4 of the Vuelta a Espana as Matteo Trentin became the 100th rider to win at least one stage in all three Grand Tours.

Tom Tierney admits World Cup was 'a failure'

Ireland women's rugby coach Tom Tierney agrees that the World Cup performance has been a "failure" but insists that the preparation for the tournament was not inadequate.

Shelbourne secure creditable draw against Polish outfit

It was a good start to the UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round for Shelbourne Ladies as they held on to secure a point in Group 4 against Polish opponents Medyk Konin.

Bercel seals first ranking title in China

Belgium's Luca Brecel fought hard for a 10-5 comeback victory over Shaun Murphy to seal his first ranking title in the Evergrande China Championship.

Hyland Jnr to face Ormond on Burnett card

Paul Hyland Junior will defend his IBF European Lightweight title against Stephen Ormond at the SSE Arena Belfast on 21 October.

Ryan breaks Irish record at World University Games

Shane Ryan has broken the Irish 50m backstroke record in qualifying for the final at the World University Games in Taipei this afternoon.

Archive: The beginning of Frampton and McGuigan

Carl Frampton and Barry McGuigan formed one of the outstanding partnerships in Irish sport, but it came to an end this week. Look back on an early moment in their journey.

Times and dates confirmed for Champions Cup fixtures

Ulster will get the 2017/18 Champions Cup up and running when they host  Wasps on 13 October after the ERC revealed dates and times for the first four rounds of the competition.

Barca seek Neymar damages for 'breach of contract'

Barcelona are pursuing damages from Neymar for what they allege to be a "breach of contract".

Magees march into last 16 at World Championships

Chloe and Sam Magee have reached the last 16 of the World Badminton Championships mixed doubles after beating Yuta Watanabe and Arisa Higashino of Japan.

Mickey Harte 'happy as could be' in Tyrone role

Tyrone manager Mickey Harte said he is as "happy as could be" as he makes the closing preparations for their attempt to end Dublin's dominance of the All-Ireland Football Championship in their semi-final clash on Sunday.

Hackers reveal Tevez, Veron and Kuyt had World Cup TUEs

Carlos Tevez, Juan Veron and Dirk Kuyt have been named by hackers Fancy Bears as three of the players permitted to use otherwise-banned medicines during the 2010 World Cup.
Straight Blast Gym IABA Mick Dowling Sportsworld
Map It

Category Map

Map all clubs in a category.