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Knock-out football remains for Ireland and McCarthy

Ireland's best performance of the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign came in the final game of the group, as Ireland drew 1-1 with Denmark at the Aviva; you might say that Mick McCarthy's learning curve is complete.

GAA 'surprised and disappointed' at CPA fixture walkout

The GAA has said it is "surprised and disappointed" at the CPA's decision to withdraw from the Fixtures Calendar Review Task Force.

Marmion onboard Connacht ship after 'soul searching'

Andy Friend says he is delighted scrum-half Kieran Marmion has committed his future to Connacht after a "tricky" few months.

Ó Sé blasts International Rules as AFL 'golden goose'

The International Rules series is a "golden goose" for the AFL to the detriment of Gaelic football, believes Tomás Ó Sé.

Limerick confirm duo disciplined over NYC incident

Limerick have confirmed that two unnamed members of their hurling squad were sent home early from New York for a breach of discipline, which follows the emergence of video of a violent incident.

O'Meara: 18 majors a bridge too far for Woods

Matching or breaking the record for career major titles might just be a bridge too far for Tiger Woods, said his former mentor Mark O'Meara, who nevertheless hoped Woods will prove him wrong.

Three possible opponents for Ireland in play-offs

We untangle the nations League web to see who the Republic of Ireland could face in the March play-offs.

Saracens fined over Champions Cup promo no-show

Saracens have been fined an undisclosed amount over the failure to make club representatives available for the Champions Cup launch in Cardiff early in November.

CPA withdraws from task force and criticises GAA

The Club Players Association has withdrawn from the task force established by the GAA to review the fixture calendar, alleging that its raison d'etre is to "ratify the status quo" of the inter-county football calendar.

'A no-brainer': Billy Burns signs new deal with Ulster

Ulster out-half Billy Burns has signed a two year contract extension, keeping him in the province until 2022.

Lowry still chasing Race to Dubai prize

Open champion Shane Lowry insists he will not rest on his laurels as he looks to finish his career-best season on a high at the DP World Championship in Dubai.

RTÉ GAA podcast: Maher interview and Ó Sé on Stacks

Brendan Maher and Tomás Ó Sé join the panel to discuss all things GAA.

Doherty holds his hands up for Denmark goal

Republic of Ireland goalscorer Matt Doherty admitted to making a mistake for Denmark's goal in his side's 1-1 Euro 2020 qualifying draw, but insists there are positives to take from the performance.

Relieved Hareide tips Ireland to come through play-offs

Denmark boss Age Hareide has tipped the Republic of Ireland to join his side at the Euro 2020 finals after seeing his side edge across the finishing line in Dublin.

Browne: Ireland must lick wounds and regroup for March

Alan Browne admitted the Republic of Ireland will need time to lick their wounds after their Danish mission fell short at the Aviva Stadium on Monday night.

Marmion commits to Connacht with new contract

Kieran Marmion will remain at Connacht until at least the end of the 2022-23 season after agreeing a three-year contract extension.

The full Irish - Stevens and Doherty key men in attack

Kenny Cunningham, Stephen Kelly and Pat Fenlon believes that Mick McCarthy should set his team up to get the maximum from his full-backs when Ireland contest the Euro 2020 play-offs.

Mixed emotions for 'immensely proud' Mick McCarthy

Bursting with pride but ultimately extremely disappointed, Mick McCarthy said that Denmark's goal felt like a kick in the nether regions following his side's 1-1 draw with Denmark at the Aviva Stadium.

Chelsea transfer ban hearing set for Wednesday

Chelsea's appeal against their two-window transfer ban will be heard at the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Wednesday.

NFL: Kansas City Chiefs see off Los Angeles Chargers

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 24-17 as the NFL returned to Mexico City.