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Athlone Town linked to Portuguese side previously suspected of match-fixing

The links between Athlone Town and a Portuguese club previously suspected of match-fixing have been strengthened. The Irish side are currently under investigation for 'irregular betting patterns' during a recent defeat by Longford, with sources saying ga

11 May 2017 in Sport

Joe Schmidt says Ireland's 2019 World Cup pool draw is 'the good, the bad and the ugly' as he insists:...

Joe Schmidt has labelled Ireland's 2019 World Cup pool draw as 'the good, the bad and the ugly' even though it created the potential to set them on a path to reach a first ever semi-final and possibly even make the decider. Ireland were drawn against hos

11 May 2017 in Sport

Maro Itoje on being the youngest Lion, chasing the Double Double with Saracens and working for Eddie Jones

'I've seen the messages, I'm fully aware of what that entails and I'm looking forward to meeting Bil,' says Maro Itoje, tongue slightly in cheek. Even the most ardent of sports fans could be forgiven for not knowing what rugby's newest superstar is talki

11 May 2017 in Sport

Manchester United should be embarrassed that they're so far behind Chelsea, blasts Roy Keane as he tells...

Roy Keane believes his former club Manchester United should be 'embarrassed' to be 19 points behind Chelsea in the Premier League. The United legend believes their season has not been good enough considering their squad and the money they spent recruitin

11 May 2017 in Sport

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry pays glowing tribute to San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker: 'He will be...

Thierry Henry has paid tribute to San Antonio Spurs legend Tony Parker after the French point guard was ruled out for the rest of the playoffs through injury. Parker ruptured his left quadriceps tendon after landing awkwardly in Game 2 of the Spurs' West

11 May 2017 in Sport

Celtic target 'Atomic Ant' playmaker Srdan Plavsic as Brendan Rodgers looks for winger in summer window

Celtic are eyeing up a summer move for Serbian international playmaker Srdan Plavsic. Brendan Rodgers is in the market for a winger, central midfielder and a central defender before Champions League qualifiers in July. And Sportsmail understands that 21-

11 May 2017 in Sport

Being an only child DOES make you selfish: MRI scans reveal structure of the brain changes if you grow up...

It is an insult often slung at only children by those who grew up with brothers and sisters. But an MRI scan has revealed children may actually be more annoying and selfish, because of changes to the structure of their brain. Only children have different

11 May 2017 in Science &Technology

US expected to announce laptop ban for all flights from Europe while critics note airplanes will be at...

The US government is expected to announce on Thursday that it has banned laptops on all flights from Europe to the United States. The move to ban the devices was revealed by European security officials, according to The Daily Beast. In addition to the ba

11 May 2017 in Science &Technology

Zinedine Zidane praises 'phenomenal' Real Madrid players after they 'run, fight, and suffer' their way into...

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has heaped praise on his Real Madrid players, describing their Champions League semi-final effort as 'phenomenal'. Los Blancos booked their place in the final despite a 2-1 defeat at Atletico Madrid, and Zidane's side wil

11 May 2017 in Sport

Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone admits: 'It's a shame we can't clone Gabi and Diego Godin' after...

Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone had nothing but praise for his players after their 2-1 victory in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid proved in vain. Simeone's side showed their battling qualities as two goals in f

11 May 2017 in Sport

Real Madrid defender Marcelo insists Zinedine Zidane's side were never afraid of Atletico Madrid as he...

Real Madrid full-back Marcelo insisted his side never doubted they would reach the Champions League final despite being rocked by two early goals in their semi-final second leg clash at Atletico. Heading into the deciding game with a comfortable 3-0 lead

11 May 2017 in Sport

Rafael Nadal struggles past Fabio Fognini at Madrid Open to set up third-round meeting with Nick Kyrgios

Home favourite Rafael Nadal is through to the third round of the Madrid Open but made hard work of his three-set victory over Italy's Fabio Fognini. Nadal ultimately won the contest 7-6, 3-6, 6-4 but took nearly three hours to battle past the Italian, to

11 May 2017 in Sport

Wasps fly-half Jimmy Gopperth named players' player of the year by the Rugby Players' Association

Wasps fly-half Jimmy Gopperth has been named players' player of the year by the Rugby Players' Association. The 33-year-old New Zealander led the Aviva Premiership points charts with 266 as Wasps ended the regular season top of the table for the first ti

11 May 2017 in Sport

Nicola Adams targets professional world title by the end of the year: 'I want to box all the champions'

Nicola Adams has set a target of winning a professional world title by the end of the year. The double Olympic champion takes on Mexico's Maryan Salazar in her second professional fight in Leeds on Saturday, having claimed a points win over Virginia Carc

11 May 2017 in Sport

SpaceX tests its MEGAROCKET: Dramatic footage shows first test firing of the Falcon Heavy rocket that could...

SpaceX has completed the first static fire test of the Falcon Heavy’s center core, bringing the ‘world’s most powerful rocket’ a step closer to its maiden launch. The firm has teased the megarocket since 2013, but after several delays, CEO Elon Musk said

11 May 2017 in Science &Technology

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