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Ulster and Ireland rugby stars to be prosecuted for rape

Two Ulster and Ireland rugby stars are to be prosecuted for rape.

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Former Ireland scrum-half Tomas O'Leary retires

Former Ireland scrum-half Tomas O'Leary has announced his retirement from professional rugby.

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Rory McIlroy keen to build on Open form ahead of US PGA Championship

Rory McIlroy believes he has finally found some momentum in time for the final major of the year.

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Spieth stages stunning rescue mission to seal dramatic Open victory

Jordan Spieth admitted memories of his Masters meltdown flashed through his mind as he brilliantly avoided a repeat performance to claim one of the most remarkable victories in Open Championship history.

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Spieth remains wary about comparisons with Nicklaus and Woods after Open win

Open champion Jordan Spieth remains wary about comparisons with Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods, despite his remarkable achievements continuing to make them inevitable.

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Rory McIlroy left wondering what might have been

Rory McIlroy reflected on what might have been after falling short in his latest Open challenge at Royal Birkdale.

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Retiring Cathy Gannon looks to the future

Cathy Gannon is keen to move forward with her life after being forced to admit defeat in her bid to return to the saddle.

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Joseph O'Brien continues in the winning groove at Ballinrobe

Joseph O'Brien continued his excellent form as Spin A Yarn landed the Paddy Smyth Memorial Maiden Hurdle at Ballinrobe.

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John Constable sparks Galway Hurdle thoughts with Summer special at Market Rasen

John Constable could head to Ireland for the Galway Hurdle after defying a 16lb rise in the weights with an emphatic victory in the Betfred TV Summer Handicap Hurdle at Market Rasen.

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Ireland qualify for hockey World Cup

Ireland have qualified for the hockey World Cup for the first time since 1990 following a 1-0 win over New Zealand.

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Randolph joins Boro

Middlesbrough have signed Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Darren Randolph on a four-year deal.

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Barry Geraghty given green light for Galway return

Barry Geraghty has been given the all-clear to return to the saddle ahead of the upcoming Galway Festival.

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Chris Froome warns rivals he is getting better after all but securing Tour win

Chris Froome warned his rivals he is still improving after effectively wrapping up his fourth Tour de France title in Marseille on Saturday.

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New boys Greg Stewart and Gary Mackay-Steven send Aberdeen through

Greg Stewart and Gary Mackay-Steven scored their first goals for Aberdeen as the Scottish side beat Siroki Brijeg 2-0 to reach the third qualifying round of the Europa League.

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Northern Ireland midfielder Corry Evans looks to put injury troubles in the past

Northern Ireland international Corry Evans hopes his injury nightmares are behind him as he looks to prove his fitness to Michael O'Neill before September's crucial World Cup qualifiers.

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Rory McIlroy concedes Open Championship hopes are over after missed opportunity

World number four Rory McIlroy concedes his Open Championship chances are over after a day of missed opportunity at Royal Birkdale.

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Jordan Spieth closes in on Open victory as Branden Grace makes history

South Africa's Branden Grace carded the first 62 in men's major championship history as Jordan Spieth took a step closer to his own place in the record books at Royal Birkdale.

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Glenn Whelan makes Aston Villa switch

Aston Villa have signed Stoke midfielder Glenn Whelan in a deal which could rise to £2million.

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Joseph O'Brien issues upbeat bulletin on sister Ana after Killarney horror fall

Joseph O'Brien reported his sister Ana in "great form" on Thursday after the fall at Killarney earlier this week that left her with multiple fractures.

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Ex-champion Padraig Harrington disappointed with opening 73 on Birkdale return

Royal Birkdale warmly welcomed back one of its former Open champions but Padraig Harrington was disappointed not to have given the crowds more to cheer.

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