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2022-11-20

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Fifa President Gianni Infantino accuses World Cup critics of hypocrisy

I struggled when I didnt have much of a purpose - Scott Fardy on life after rugby

The remarkable rise of multicultural Belgium GAA to an All-Ireland quarter-final

Irelands strong favouritism is well-earned but Wallabies still a threat

McIlroy edges ahead of Fitzpatrick in race to be European number one

A superb 65 saw the Holywood man storm into contention in Dubai. Hes three shots off the lead ahead of the final round.

The Italians were excellent in the first half but couldnt stay with the Boks after the break.

Visitors came from nine points down to win 13-12.

Red Bull secured a front row lock-out after qualifying.

Fifa has launched a new captains armband on the eve of the World Cup in Qatar.

The Munster man rang Ireland attack coach Mike Catt out of the blue before he was even in the squad.

Ricciardo has been dropped by McLaren after an underwhelming two-season spell, and is in line to rejoin Red Bull as reserve driver.

Sinad Goldrick and Blaithin Mackin will face Orla ODwyer and her Brisbane side in next weeks decider.

The former Leinster and Australia forward on retirement, family, and why he hopes to return to Ireland some day.

The Swiss also expressed support for the LGBTQ community and migrant workers, and said that World Cup fans can survive without beer.

The scrum-half explains how lockdown led to a change in mindset which has seen him become a key part of the Ireland team.

Marla Candon tells the teams story as all roads lead to Maastricht in Holland for tomorrows showdown against Monaghan side Castleblaney.

The most controversial World Cup ever is a result of the sport being used as a political tool one which shows both the power and vulnerability of its hosts.

Dave Rennies men have had a tough year, meaning the home side are expected to win.

St Thomas are back in the Galway senior hurling final tomorrow, bidding for five-in-a-row.

Australia legend George Gregan looks ahead to Irelands clash with the Wallabies.

Evan Ferguson won his first international cap on Thursday, coming off the bench late on against Norway.

The Irish duo are both reasonably well positioned heading into the weekend.

Samuel Marques split the posts and sent the Portuguese into raptures.

Get stuck into this lot over the weekend.

Conor Kearns, Tyreke Wilson and Kyle Robinson have all joined the Reds.

The scheme is now in its fifth year and is aiming to present a gift to every child living in Direct Provision in Ireland.

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The 37-year-old does not know if he will play for the Red Devils again.

Leinster defeated Chile 40-3 this afternoon.

Boyle first joined the club in 2012 before enjoying a stint with Preston.

The star forward explains her decision to The42.

England have won just eight out of 42 Tests against New Zealand and Kyle Sinckler is worried their gameplan will come unstuck.

The Ulster man will start his third consecutive Test tomorrow against Australia.

McIlroy is bidding to become the first golfer to win the DP World Tour Championship, FedEx Cup, and finish the year as world number one.

The F1 Academy will consist of five teams entering three cars to make up a 15-strong grid.

Tyrone star has signed a one-year deal.

The move follows discussions with the host nation.

The Packers have now lost six of their last seven to fall to 4-7 overall.

North Melbourne (Vikki Wall and Erika OShea) and Melbourne (Sinad Goldrick and Blaithin Mackin) face off in tomorrows other preliminary final.

It was another disappointing night for Stephen Kenny as Ireland suffered a 2-1 defeat at home to Norway.

Move is the latest big signing as Japan Rugby League One strives to attract global talent.

Peter OMahony feels Ireland can still improve in 2023 despite a spectacular year when they defeated the world champions and won a series in New Zealand.

The42s journalists look ahead to Qatar 2022.

La Rochelle had a visit from Ireland forwards coach Paul OConnell during the summer.

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