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'Fuel for fire' - McIlroy in caddy carpark flashpoint

Rory McIlroy had to be physically restrained by Shane Lowry in the carpark of the Marco Simone Golf Course after an apparent issue with Patrick Cantlay's caddy following their match on Day 2 of the Ryder Cup in Rome.

Scotland set up Ireland showdown with huge Romania win

Winger Darcy Graham scored four tries as Scotland cruised to an 84-0 bonus-point victory over Romania in their Rugby World Cup Pool B clash on Saturday, setting up a mighty showdown with Ireland.

PGMOL admit 'significant error' in ruling out Diaz goal

The Professional Game Match Officials Limited admitted "a significant human error" saw Liverpool attacker Luiz Diaz's opener wrongly ruled out for offside in the eventual loss at Tottenham.

USA grab lifeline but Europe still in control

Europe need just four points from the final day's 12 singles matches to complete their revenge mission in Rome and regain the Ryder Cup.

Spurs pip nine-man Liverpool with injury-time own goal

Tottenham celebrated another jaw-dropping 2-1 stoppage-time victory as Joel Matip's own goal finally broke nine-man Liverpool's resistance.

RKC-Ajax abandoned after 'serious incident'

RKC Waalwijk's home Eredivisie game against Ajax was abandoned on Saturday following a "serious medical situation" surrounding goalkeeper Etienne Vaessen.

Women's Premier Division round-up: Shelbourne close gap

Shelbourne took advantage of a rain-affected programme to move within six points of leaders Peamount United at the top of the SSE Airtricity Women's Premier Division.

McKenna eyes on Taylor after Tetley victory

Monaghan boxer Stevie McKenna claimed an impressive victory as he defeated England's Darren Tetley in London.

Euro wrap: Bellingham's dream Madrid start continues

Jude Bellingham continued his fairytale start to life at Real Madrid with another starring role in a 3-0 victory at LaLiga surprise packages Girona.

O'Callaghan leads Irish mountain bike one-two

Oisin O'Callaghan claimed gold in the men's downhill final at the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Series, leading home and Irish one-two with Ronan Dunne taking silver.

No Easy Game for Envoi Allen on season start

Envoi Allen could not make a winning start to his season, as Easy Game continued his dominance of the PWC Champion Chase with a third victory in the Grade Two feature at Gowran Park.

McClenaghan third after opening day at Worlds

Defending world champion Rhys McClenaghan sits third on the pommel horse after the first day of qualifying at the 2023 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Antwerp.

Williams sets up British Open final showdown with Selby

Mark Williams overcame nerves to reach his 40th career ranking final as he beat Hossein Vafaei 6-3 in the Cazoo British Open.

Gustavsson claims first LET title on 129th start

Sweden's Johanna Gustavsson secured her first LET title as she claimed the Lacoste Ladies Open de France title following a three-stroke win over fellow country woman Moa Folke.

Pressure mounts on Ten Hag after latest United defeat

Manchester United's worrying start to the season hit another bump as they suffered a second successive Premier League defeat at Old Trafford, going down 1-0 to Crystal Palace.

Premier League: Tottenham 2-1 Liverpool recap

Tottenham broke Liverpool hearts with a last-gasp injury time winner after the Reds had been reduced to nine men and saw a goal dubiously disallowed. Here's how it happened.

Horse mix-up sees 'winner' disqualified at Killarney

Ano Manna was dramatically disqualified from the Handicap at Killarney after it was discovered that the horse was not Ano Manna at all, but another horse altogether.

Hurling preliminary quarter-finals to remain in place

The All-Ireland SHC preliminary quarter-finals will remain in place after delegates at Special Congress voted down the motion for change.

Ryder Cup Day 2 recap: Europe retain five-point lead

Europe take an astonishing seven-point lead into the second day of this year's Ryder Cup at Marco Simone in Rome. Follow live updates throughout.

PL wrap: Luton grab first-ever win, Arsenal hit four

Luton claimed a first-ever Premier League win with a 2-1 victory at Goodison Park as Everton's positive vibes drained away in the Merseyside drizzle.