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Dublin: 9 °C Thursday 18 December, 2014

Yesterday’s News

Dave Foley’s giant strides and GAA Allstars aplenty – Tipperary’s 2014 sporting highlights

Cathal Barrett winning Young Hurler of the Year and other memorable occasions.

WWE’s new Irish wrestler stars in an RTÉ documentary tonight

‘Smack Em Up’ follows Fergal Devitt during his final year on the Japanese circuit.

Dublin County Board chairman Andy Kettle dies aged 68 RIP

Dublin County Board chairman Andy Kettle dies aged 68

Kettle remembered for his “infectious enthusiasm” in presiding over the capital’s recent success.

Tuesday 16 December, 2014

Ronaldo gets the Ancelotti death stare after failed rabona half-volley

It mattered little as Real Madrid cruised into the final of the Club World Cup with a 4-0 victory over Mexicans Cruz Azul.

Chelsea’s win marred by double injury blow, Blades upset Southampton

Didier Drogba and Kurt Zouma were forced off the field while Nigel Clough’s men also progressed to the Capital One Cup semi-finals.

20 Red Bull trophies stolen in late night robbery discovered in a lake

Police discovered the silverware, taken from the Formula One team’s premises, just south of Milton Keynes after they were spotted by a member of the public.

Eden Hazard capitalises on Richard Keogh’s mistake to send Chelsea on their way

The Premier League leaders saw off Derby County in tonight’s Capital One Cup quarter-final.

Here’s a sneak-peek of what the UFC has in store for January UFC

Here’s a sneak-peek of what the UFC has in store for January

The UFC will kick-start 2015 with four first-class shows in January, including Conor McGregor’s trip to Boston.

We’ll Leave It There So: Au revoir, Thierry and all today’s sport

Plus you can find out what you Googled this year, Ireland’s greatest sporting achievement in 2014 and much more.

Blizzards and blurs: how FC Porto won an incredible world title in Tokyo

As the FIFA Club World Cup moves towards conclusion, we look back on an incredible 1987 decider.

Rodgers dismisses reports of player unrest at Liverpool as ‘totally untrue’

The Reds boss insists the spirit in his squad remains ‘very strong’ despite the recent poor form.

Bowe’s tries and promotion to Division 1 – Monaghan’s 2014 sporting highlights

An NFL kicker, McGuigan’s management of Frampton and an Allstar for Cora Courtney.

Herrera denies involvement in match-fixing

“I love football and I believe in fair play, both on and off the pitch.”

Torrance: Faldo’s Garcia criticism was pathetic

The former Ryder Cup skipper was not impressed by Faldo’s dig at the Spaniard.

FAI make anti-racism stance after ‘doctored’ image of Tweet

The Association’s account has not been hacked. The image was never an actual Tweet.

Matthews cited for eye contact, Madigan and Care let off with a warning

Players who clock up three warnings and/or yellow cards in the Champions Cup will face an extra judicial hearing.

Katie Taylor’s Jeju triumph ranked as greatest Irish sporting achievement of 2014

The Bray boxer’s popularity continues to soar as she’s also voted Ireland’s most admired sports star.

Dublin derby the standout fixture of the opening weekend of the 2015 Airtricity League LOI

Dublin derby the standout fixture of the opening weekend of the 2015 Airtricity League

Shamrock Rovers will welcome St Pat’s to Tallaght on Friday 6 March.

Fifa reject complaints of the man who investigated alleged corruption for them

Michael Garcia appealed the version of his report that was released, calling it ‘incomplete and erroneous’.

Joe Schmidt’s Ireland will fine-tune their World Cup preparation with two games against Wales

Ireland will also play Scotland in Dublin and England at Twickenham.

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Kilkenny and Kerry All-Ireland minor winners impress at Aussie Rules trial in Dublin

Darragh Joyce and Micheal Burns caught the eye at the European Combine in DCU.

THAT Ireland handball and why Thierry Henry isn’t loved in his home country

The Gunners legend scored 51 goals in 123 appearances at international level for France.

GAA panellist and 6 other possible jobs for £25million-rated Thierry Henry at Sky

The former Arsenal star today signed on to become an analyst.

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This Dutch footballer cares not for your laws of physics

Move over Ronaldo, there’s a new free-kick expert in town.

United can win the title roars Wayne Rooney

“We have to keep winning our games and hopefully get back to the top and you never know.”

Exercise of the week: Barbell curls for those Christmas guns

Just because you’re partying doesn’t mean you can’t exercise.

Here’s one award Lewis Hamilton can’t steal from Rory McIlroy

The world number one has rightly been recognised as the best golfer in Europe.

‘I always beat him at Fifa!’ – Messi fired up to face Aguero

The Argentina captain says he is looking forward to the last 16 clash after Barca were drawn against City again

Gary Neville’s brilliant analysis shows how David de Gea became world class MNF

Gary Neville’s brilliant analysis shows how David de Gea became world class

The pundit illustrated how much the Spanish international has improved in the three years since he joined United.

Everyone relax, Joe Schmidt won’t be leaving for the All Blacks until at least 2017

Current coach Steve Hansen has signed a two-year extension with New Zealand.

‘The biggest influence on Kilkenny is still there and that’s Brian Cody’

Offaly boss Brian Whelahan reckons the Cats will be okay as they’ve got Cody.

Thierry Henry quits football to join Sky Sports in multi-million pound deal

Neviller will be looking for a pay rise soon.

Leinster lock Toner treating Connacht match as ‘make or break’

With the top four facing off this weekend, there’s plenty up for grabs when fifth play sixth.

Monday 15 December, 2014

Ross Barkley’s moment of magic helped Everton get past QPR tonight

Barkley produced a sublime solo strike in the first-half.