- Ireland's Directory to Fighting Clubs and more.
Child Martial Arts

RTE Sports News

Paris 2024: Sevens updates - Ireland v Fiji

Ireland finished second in Pool C after coming up just short against New Zealand at the Stade de France and the face Fiji in the quarter-finals. Follow the action here.

Battle of the benches: Should Stefan Campbell start?

Peter Canavan thinks Kieran McGeeney might consider deploying Stefan Campbell from the start for Sunday's All-Ireland final.

Zurich outclass Shelbourne in Conference League

Shelbourne's hopes of an Indian summer on the continent are hanging by a thread after they were beaten 3-0 by FC Zürich in the first leg of their second round tie in the UEFA Conference League at the Stadion Letzigrund in Switzerland.

Ireland to face champions Fiji after New Zealand defeat

Ireland progressed to the knockout stage of the Olympics rugby sevens as group runners-up, following a 14-12 defeat to New Zealand at Stade de France.

Ireland's biggest medal hopes at Paris Olympics

We take a look at the Irishmen and women who arrive at the Paris Games with strong hopes of achieving glory.

Keenan laments missed opportunities against New Zealand

Hugo Keenan paid tribute to rivals New Zealand after Ireland's sevens loss to the southern hemisphere side at the Stade de France, but the Leinster player was left ruing missed opportunities in the Pool C decider in Paris.

Bedtime Story and Hotazhell win at Leopardstown

Impressive Royal Ascot winner Bedtime Story comfortably maintained her unbeaten record with a professional display in the Group Three Jockey Club of Turkey Silver Flash Stakes at Leopardstown, while Hotazhell scored in the same grade in the Japan Racing Association Tyros Stakes.

Dundalk sign Hibs striker O'Connor on loan

Dundalk have signed striker Josh O'Connor on a loan deal from Hibernian until the end of the season.

Legendary jumps champion Istabraq dies at 32

Three-time Champion Hurdle winner Istabraq has died at the age of 32.

Ireland establish upper hand over Zimbabwe

Barry McCarthy claimed three for 42 to help Ireland dismiss Zimbabwe for 210 on the first day of their one-off Test in Belfast.

Olympics Podcast: Life in the village and handling hype

For the first episode of the daily RTÉ Sport Olympics Podcast, Mikey Stafford is joined by David Gillick and Jessie Barr to discuss handling the hype, look ahead to the opening ceremony and try and predict how many medals Team Ireland can win.

UEFA Conference League Qualifiers, latest scores

Keep up to date with the latest from the UEFA Conference League qualifiers where St Patrick's Athletic are in action.

Effective communication: Geezer glad to spar with Joyce

Kieran McGeeney's 2024 season has included a vote on his future and only a fifth-ever All-Ireland final for Armagh - a campaign of ups and downs that may end with the ultimate high against Galway.

12 more named in Ireland's Paralympic squad for Paris

Legendary cycling pair Katie George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal are among the 12 athletes added to Team Ireland's squad for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games.

3M Open leaderboard - Seamus Power in action

3M Open leaderboard - Seamus Power in action

Armagh and Galway battle for Sam Maguire

Peter Canavan and Éamonn Fitzmaurice join Jacqui Hurley and Rory O'Neill to preview Sunday's All-Ireland football final between Armagh and Galway.

Paris 2024: WADA defend handling of Chinese swimmers

World Anti-Doping Agency officials have defended their handling of the doping case involving 23 Chinese swimmers and denied it has cast a shadow over the start of the Paris 2024 Olympics.

Paris 2024: All Blacks clash 'clears the head'

James Topping says Ireland won't spend time basking in their perfect start at the Men's Sevens event in Paris with a pool-deciding clash against New Zealand on the cards.

Galway have experience and nous to take prize

Sunday provides us with a brilliantly exciting, novel final but will it ape the semi-final in that a lucky goal could prove decisive?

Paris 2024: Ireland find the right notes in French din

If the opening salvo of the Rugby Sevens was anything to go by, Paris 2024 promises to be a brilliantly raucous affair.