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Luis Suarez departs greatest stage in disgrace 1:54

Uruguayan officials insist they will fight to have him reinstated but Luis Suarez’s World Cup looked to be over yesterday after Fifa dismissed the cas(...)

Day 14 and it was all Luis and Lionel, their fortunes in the last 24 hours somewhat contrasting, the Vampire and the Virtuoso, kind of.It was a toss-u(...)

“If Eircom were a football team, it would probably be Liverpool. Its heyday was 20 years ago and it’s been overtaken by a number of foreign-owned rivals with deep pockets.” Photograph: Eric Luke

On the face of it, the idea that Eircom might once again list on the stock market seems ridiculous. In recent months, it has appointed a clatter of(...)

England’s Leighton Baines was left badly exposed at times against Italy in England’s opening World Cup Group D game in Manaus. Photograph: Ivan Alvarado/Reuters

The grilling Wayne Rooney has received from the English media since Saturday’s defeat by Italy must have been welcome in at least one part of the Engl(...)

Manchester United interim manager Ryan Giggs sitting in the dug out with Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt during the match against Norwich

If you have Liverpool and Munster tattooed on your heart, you probably microwaved your remote control for dinner after an especially painful da(...)

Carlow manager John Meyler: his side inflicted more misery on a struggling Westmeath with a 2-21 to 0-13 win at Dr Cullen Park. Photograph: Inpho

Kerry will meet Carlow in the Allianz Hurling League Division Two A final, with the winners to play the losers of the Antrim-Offaly relegation (...)

 Loughgiel’s Eddie McCloskey celebrates scoring a goal against Slaughtneil in the Ulster club hurling final at Celtic Park. Photograph: John McIlwaine/Inpho

Loughgiel 3-14 Slaughtneil 1-15It was almost, almost the most seismic of shocks.Loughgiel, the unbackable favourites to win a fourth Ulster title in a(...)

Mr Justice Frank Clarke has described the legislation governing fishing in Ireland as “complex and highly technical”, while Mr Justice Adrian Hardiman said both Irish and EU fisheries laws “at times seem deliberately to court complexity and obscurity”. Photograph by Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A Supreme Court decision clarifying the law related to penalties imposed for failure to fully record fishing catches may affect up to 60 other existin(...)

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