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Pep: It's not sport if it doesn't matter when you lose

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes the European Super League plans to have permanent members rather than teams qualify on merit is "not a sport".

Cullen: No short-term approach with Sexton

Leinster head coach Leo Cullen says the out-half is recovering well from a head injury that has ruled him out for Saturday's visit of Munster, and insists they player won't be rushed back to action.

European Super League reaction - Updates

All the reaction as it happens as the world of football reacts to European Super League breakaway plans.

Dan Martin third on Tour of the Alps' second stage

Dan Martin finished third on the second stage of the Tour of the Alps as Simon Yates secured the win to seize the overall race lead.

Watch the Irish National Swimming Team Trials

Competitors have the opportunity to meet qualification standards for the Tokyo Olympics, Paralympic Games, and European Championships.

O'Brien craves sound surface for Thunder Moon

Joseph O'Brien is one trainer who does not want the current dry spell to end as he believes it will aid Thunder Moon's chances in the Qipco 2000 Guineas.

Power pulls out of Zurich Classic after Covid diagnosis

Seamus Power has withdrawn from the Zurich Classic in New Orleans after testing positive for Covid-19.

Wirko's stamina seals Blue Riband Trial win at Epsom

Charlie Appleby was delighted to see Wirko (11-2) earn himself a place in the Cazoo Derby with a last-gasp victory in the Blue Riband Trial at Epsom.

Snow Lantern to skip 1000 Guineas

Leading Qipco 1000 Guineas contender Snow Lantern is to miss the Newmarket Classic and instead run at York's Dante meeting.

Griggs: Grassroots game key if Ireland are to catch up

The emphatic nature of Ireland's loss to France on Saturday prompted much big picture debate - rather than simply a micro-focus on the Irish team's shortcomings on the afternoon.

McSharry and Wiffen qualify for Olympics

A remarkable first morning at the Swim Ireland National Team Trials at the NAC in Dublin saw both Larne's Daniel Wiffen and Tennessee-based Mona McSharry dip under the Olympic qualifying time for the men's 800m freestyle and the women's 100m breaststroke.

Eddie Jones retains support of RFU despite poor results

England head coach Eddie Jones retains the "full support" of the Rugby Football Union following completion of its debrief into the recent Six Nations.

IFA's David Martin elected FIFA vice-president

Irish Football Association president David Martin has been elected as a FIFA vice-president.

Alun Wyn Jones signs on for another year with Wales

Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones has announced that he has signed a one-year contract extension with the Welsh Rugby Union and Ospreys.

More to do at Leicester as Rodgers rules out Spurs move

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers dismissed links to the Tottenham job and insisted he wants to progress at the Foxes.

Lisowski edges past Carter to book Robertson match

Jack Lisowski edged out former finalist Ali Carter 10-9 in the first round of the World Snooker Championship at the Crucible.

Dubs to begin title defence against Wexford or Wicklow

The draws have taken place for the 2021 Leinster hurling and football championships.

Irish National shock winner set for Punchestown

Irish Grand National winner Freewheelin Dylan is on course for the Punchestown Festival.

Jockey Benoit de la Sayette tests positive for cocaine

Apprentice jockey Benoit de la Sayette has tested positive for metabolites of cocaine, the Professional Jockeys Association has announced.

Decision on domestic fans at Olympics may come in June

A decision on limits for domestic spectators for the Tokyo Olympics may not be made until June, a month before the scheduled start of the games, the Mainichi newspaper reported on Tuesday.