yesterday at 19:05. Facebook
If you sat down to watch England v Lithuania earlier, we hope you enjoyed your Sunday evening nap.

England beat Lithuania 2-0 in a game that you've probably already forgotten
yesterday at 17:30. Facebook
"He wasn't only a team-mate of mine but one of my good mates as well up there.

"It was very hard for a few of us, like everyone in the football community in the League of Ireland. All respect to him, he was as hard as nails."

Conor McCormack was superb for Cork City in yesterday's win over Dundalk, after a tough week following the death of Ryan McBride.

Conor emerges as Cork favourite 48 hours after attending funeral of 'good mate' Ryan McBride
yesterday at 16:55. Facebook
We know what the last eight ties will be next weekend while Dublin and Clare face a battle to avoid relegation.

Here's next weekend's Allianz hurling league quarter-final clashes
yesterday at 15:12. Facebook
Tonight's big interview on The42 - Paul Fennessy chats to Keith Fahey about confidence, loneliness, and his life in the League of Ireland and in English football. Online from 8pm tonight (link in bio)
yesterday at 15:09. Facebook
It's been a tough few weeks for the Cork footballers but they got back on track with a vital win away to Derry this afternoon.

No doubt who the scoring stars were as Colm O'Neill hit 0-11 and Paul Kerrigan fired 0-5 for the Rebels.

O'Neill and Kerrigan shine in attack as Cork footballers claim vital win away to Derry
yesterday at 14:39. Facebook
"This thing that means there has got to be one from every country is an area I think that needs to change – the top seven should go through:" Pat Lam.

No more special treatment for Scottish and Italians in Champions Cup race, says Lam
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Westmeath are guaranteed promotion to Division 3, while Leitrim recorded a victory over London.

Heslin kicks 1-10 as Westmeath seal promotion while Mulligan leads Leitrim to victory
yesterday at 13:31. Facebook
Some day for hurling, to be fair. We're at Parnell Park where Dublin and Kilkenny are both fighting for their Division 1A lives #GAA
yesterday at 12:55. Facebook
"I’m not exactly sure, I must admit. I would only be guessing. At this minute I think that even the doctors and surgeons wouldn’t be terribly sure. Sometimes there are complications afterwards and injuries can be more prolonged. Other times it can be clean and clear sailing and everything okay, but it’s very hard to say at this stage:" Martin O'Neill with an update on Seamus Colman's injury.

O'Neill confirms successful surgery for Coleman following double leg break
yesterday at 12:02. Facebook
“It’s always been about the next game. We’ll review that game obviously tonight and what we can learn from it, and there is some learning from it, that’s for sure."

Jim Gavin has no interest in record talk - 'The currency we deal in is performance'
yesterday at 11:35. Facebook
Another one bites the dust: Katie Taylor picked up her fourth professional win in just over four months last night... and she has no intention of stopping there.

Katie admits 'bad habits' need work as she edges closer to world title territory
yesterday at 11:21. Facebook
The club physio also received a call, saying that Prunty was on the verge of a heart attack and was requested to come home immediately.

"With that, I broke down crying. The physio broke down crying. And then one of the lads there just patted me on the back and didn’t know what to say. "

When sport is finished with you first: The story of Seán Prunty
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17 years ago today, Paolo di Canio produced one of the greatest goals ever scored in the Premier League.
yesterday at 09:01. Facebook
There were some lovely tributes around the League of Ireland yesterday to late Derry City captain Ryan McBride (via Inpho Sports Photography).
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Irish goalkeeper Stephen Henderson: "The next day I was in Nando’s with my missus and he was sitting beside me. Nottingham is like a goldfish bowl that way. If that’s what gets them off on a Saturday, leave them to it.”

'I normally don't take notice of fans' faces but he was constantly calling me a c**t'
yesterday at 07:05. Facebook
Luis Figo said he wished Steven Gerrard had played alongside him at Real Madrid after watching the former Liverpool captain star in Saturday's charity match at Anfield.

Gerrard, who at 36 was one of the youngest and most recently-retired players on show, was in sparkling form as a 'Liverpool Legends' team beat their Real Madrid counterparts 4-3 in a match in aid of the Liverpool Football Club...
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Figo reveals Real regrets over Gerrard
yesterday at 06:05. Facebook
“I’ve had plenty of stitches put in there. I was lucky considering what has happened to Seamus,” O’Shea told reporters.

Bale could have broken my leg, says O'Shea
03/25/2017 at 23:05. Facebook
Did Ireland show "indiscipline" against Wales? Eamon Dunphy and Richie Sadlier disagree.

Watch: Eamon Dunphy and Richie Sadlier's heated debate on Ireland's 'indiscipline'