● Masks confusion as Cork GAA player tests positive Frontline Garda associations say their members have not been given any formal advice on how to police disputes over the non-wearing of face masks on public transport.
● Barry Cowen: I did not try to evade Garda Gardaí confirmed they have elevated the complaint amid calls for Mr Cowen to bring forward the other witness to clear up confusion about his drink-driving charge.
● Michael Moynihan: The drive to succeed may never be the same again A couple of weeks ago I was chatting to Sean McCarthy, wing-back on Cork’s 1990 All-Ireland-winning team.
● How cricket found a home in a welcoming corner of Waterford In one quiet corner of west Waterford, the game survives.
● Coronavirus has big impact on mental health The Covid-19 pandemic has had a serious impact on the mental health of children and parents, according to the first report of 2020 published today by the Child Care Law Reporting...
● Tommy Martin: Jack was a quasi-religious figure at the height of it ... reshaping the national destiny to his will When I think of the Jack Charlton years, I think of things happening that weren’t supposed to happen.
● Paul Galvin: I was just disgusted looking at Kerry getting roughed up and beaten Paul Galvin has admitted that playing for Kerry was an obsession and that his combative 'all bets are off' style partly came from being...
● Anthony Daly: The perennial questions we ask about Galway are still there In July 2008, I was upstairs in my sports shop in Ennis looking for runners to put out on display when my phone beeped with notification of a voicemail. ...
● Terrace Talk: Liverpool - Pretending none of the record talk matters is a feeble ruse to bypass disappointment Sack him, before it gets any worse.
● US to proceed with first federal execution in almost 20 years The move has been criticised as political as it takes place amid a global health pandemic which has ravaged the country’s prisons.
● New Zealand mosque shooter sacks lawyers ahead of sentencing The killing spree was the deadliest in New Zealand’s modern history.
● Ireland sees sharp gain in construction activity recorded in June Construction activity in Ireland increased for the first time in four months according to the monthly Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) from Ulster Bank.
● Angelina Jolie calls for action to get children back to school Baroness Sugg will announce £5.3 million of new UK aid to support the salaries of more than 5,500 teachers in poor countries.
● Ruby Walsh: Barry Geraghty made me a better jockey. I hope I made him better too At 10.59pm on Saturday night, Barry Geraghty posted a tweet on his Twitter account that he was retiring from the saddle after a wonderful 24-year ...
● Pep Guardiola not losing sleep over looming Champions League appeal decision Manchester City are set to discover the outcome of their appeal against a two-year European ban.
● 21 injured after explosion and fire on US navy ship The USS Bonhomme Richard had been undergoing maintenance work in San Diego.
● Luke Kelly statue vandalised for seventh time in Dublin An investigation is underway after a Luke Kelly statue in Dublin was vandalised.
● 18 injured after explosion and fire on US navy ship The USS Bonhomme Richard had been undergoing maintenance work in San Diego.
● Hansen: New Zealand rugby owes Aussies no favours Former All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has urged his former employers to be strong in their negotiations over the future of Super Rugby and that New Zealand Rugby owed...
● Labour party calls for eviction ban legal advice to be published The Labour Party is warning there will be a surge in homelessness if the eviction ban brought in for the pandemic is allowed to lapse.
● Hero Hernadez sure Jack will help Leeds from the sky On a day when Leeds paid tribute to club great Jack Charlton, Marcelo Bielsa's side moved to within four points of ending their 16-year wait to play in the top flight of ...
● Bournemouth boost survival hopes with stunning Leicester victory The Cherries trailed 1-0 until Junior Stanislas levelled from the spot in the 66th minute.
● Headaches mount for Hockey Ireland's top brass Hockey Ireland look set for a series of appeals over the allocation of European placings for next season in the wake of an independent panel’s decision to overturn the governing...
● Poland presidential election too close to call, exit poll suggests President Andrzej Duda has 50.4% of the vote and challenger Rafal Trzaskowski has 49.6%, the Ipsos survey suggests.