Irish Arkle: Leopardstown’s star novice clash off as Gaelic Warrior not declared to face Marine Nationale | Racing News

Willie Mullins has decided to skip a clash against Marine Nationale with Gaelic Warrior in Saturday’s Goffs Irish Arkle Novice Chase at Leopardstown. Positive noises had been made that the exciting Gaelic Warrior would drop down to two miles to take on Barry Connell’s unbeaten Supreme Novices’ Hurdle winner. However, Mullins will instead field Facile…

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British and Irish Lions set to unveil plans for women’s team with aim to tour New Zealand in 2027 | Rugby Union News

The British and Irish Lions are set to unveil plans for a first women’s tour with the aim to send a team to New Zealand for a three-Test series in 2027. The Lions are staging a press conference in London on Tuesday, at which a trip is expected to be confirmed. New Zealand are the…

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Today on Sky Sports Racing: British and Irish contenders head for Hong Kong International action | Racing News

It’s excellent action at Sha Tin on Saturday with Hong Kong International Races featuring a whole host of British and Irish contenders, live on Sky Sports Racing. 6:10 Sha TIn – Warm Heart takes on home rivals Warm Heart is the big hope for Aidan O’Brien in the Longines Hong Kong Vase (6:10) who will…

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Chantelle Cameron vs Katie Taylor: Irish star seeks revenge in rematch with undisputed champion LIVE | Boxing News

Katie Taylor faces conqueror Chantelle Cameron in Dublin once again; Cameron, the undisputed super-lightweight champion, handed Irish star Taylor a first professional defeat in May; Taylor goes straight into a rematch with the English woman in a bid to settle the score

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Irish St Leger: Eldar Eldarov sees off returning Kyprios at the Curragh for David Egan and Roger Varian | Racing News

Eldar Eldarov made a successful raid on the Comer Group International Irish St Leger at the Curragh, as Kyprios finished a brave second in his eagerly-awaited return to the track. Aidan O’Brien’s five-year-old dominated the staying scene last season, but had been off since his staggering 20-length success in last year’s Prix du Cadran. But…

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KPMG Women’s Irish Open: Diksha Dagar keeps lead at Women’s Irish Open after strong finish to second round

Diksha Dagar leads the Women’s Irish Open Diksha Dagar fired a three-under-par round of 69 on day two of the KPMG Women’s Irish Open to lead by one shot at the halfway stage. The Indian star held the overnight lead but didn’t get off to the best start with a bogey on the first at…

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KPMG Women’s Irish Open: Diksha Dagar holds outright lead after bogey-free opening round

Diksha Dagar of India leads the way at Dromoland Castle in the Republic of Ireland (CTK via AP Images) India’s Diksha Dagar leads the way at the KPMG Women’s Irish Open after shooting a seven-under-par round of 65. Dagar, a two-time winner on the Ladies European Tour, went bogey-free at Dromoland Castle to lead American…

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US Women’s Open: Irish amateur Aine Donegan joins second at Pebble Beach after replacing broken driver

Aine Donegan posted a first-round 69 despite being forced to use a replacement driver Irish amateur Aine Donegan finished just a shot behind the joint leaders despite having to play with a replacement driver at the opening round of the US Women’s Open. Donegan, playing in her first tournament on the LPGA Tour, arrived at…

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London Irish expected to be suspended from Gallagher Premiership as Tuesday takeover deadline looms

London Irish are expected to be suspended from the Premiership on Tuesday London Irish are expected to be suspended from the Gallagher Premiership on Tuesday when the deadline to prove they have the finances needed to operate next season expires. Irish have until 4pm on Tuesday either to complete a proposed takeover by an American…

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What’s the future of Irish Test cricket? | ‘Those with finances need to help them!’ | Video

Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player The Irish Times’ Nathan Johns and Mark Butcher discuss the future of the Ireland Test side as critics describe the match between England and Ireland at Lord’s as a Test in name only. Source

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