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Europe · France
Wales qualifies for Rugby World Cup quarterfinals by crushing Australia 40
Wales become the first side to advance to the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals with a one-sided 40-6 demolition of Australia. The victory at the OL Stadium guarantees a top-two finish in Pool C for Wales while Australia's destiny is now out of their control, having already lost to Fiji last Sunday.See the Story
39% Left coverage: 28 sources
Marcus Rashford · United Kingdom
Marcus Rashford escapes unhurt in late-night car accident following Manchester United’s 1-0 win over Burnley
Manchester United’s star forward Marcus Rashford escaped unhurt in an unfortunate late-night car accident following the Burnley game on Saturday. The England international is said to have not sustained any injuries, while his white Rolls Royce got damaged in the crash.See the Story
48% Left coverage: 25 sources
Darwin delights as Liverpool defeat West Ham 3-1
Liverpool beat West Ham United 3-1 in the Premier League at Anfield on Sunday. Liverpool striker Darwin Nunez scored a brilliant volley on the hour mark. The win leaves Liverpool in second spot in the table on 16 points, two behind leaders Manchester City. West Ham are seventh on 10 points.See the Story
42% Left coverage: 12 sources
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Animals · Roscommon
Investigation underway after Roscommon man dies following incident at mart
An investigation is underway after a County Roscommon man in his late 60s died following an incident involving an animal at Loughrea Mart in County Galway on Saturday afternoon. In a statement to the Roscommon Herald Gardai confirmed that they are investigating the death of a man following an incident at a cattle mart in Loughrea on Saturday, September 23rd. The Roscommon Herald understands that... SourceSee the Story
Michelle O’Neill pays tribute to boy killed in Donegal road crash
By Rebecca Black, PA Tributes have been paid to a nine-year-old boy from Co Tyrone who died in a road crash. Ronan Wilson, from Kildress, had been visiting Bundoran in Co Donegal. Gardaí said emergency services were called at around 9.20pm on Saturday after a pedestrian was “struck by a vehicle” on Atlantic Way. “The pedestrian, a boy aged nine years, was pronounced deceased at the scene a short... SourceSee the Story
Sheffield United not looking to sack Paul Heckingbottom despite Newcastle rout
Paul Heckingbottom's job is currently safe, according to PA news agency. Sheffield United suffered their heaviest league defeat when they were hammered 8-0 by Newcastle. There has been speculation linking former boss Chris Wilder to a Bramall Lane return, but even this embarrassing defeat will not change the board's position.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Irish eyes are smiling as Katie receives GAA award in Australia
Katie Gavin from Newbridge. A young Newbridge woman has been named Ladies Intermediate Player of the Year by a GAA Club in Australia. Katie Gavin, was presented with the award by the Young Ireland GAA Club in Sydney at the club’s end of season awards night on Saturday night. At the same awards ceremony Olga Kenny from Ballintubber was named Ladies Senior Player of the Year. Katie who has been in... SourceSee the Story
‘I loved every second of it’ – Angela Scanlon on her Strictly Come Dancing debut
Angela Scanlon made her Strictly Come Dancing debut on Saturday. The 39-year-old was one of 15 celebrities to take to the dancefloor. She was so nervous ahead of her tango that she nearly forgot how to speak. The Irish TV star praised her dance partner Carlos Gu on Instagram.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Rugby World Cup · Tonga
Scotland keep Rugby World Cup hopes alive with vital bonus-point victory
Scotland beat Tonga 45-17 at Stade de Nice to kick-start their World Cup campaign and keep alive their hopes of qualification for the knockout phase. The Scots lost their first game to South Africa and then saw Ireland defeat the Boks on Saturday, a scenario that left them with no margin for error and in need of big victories.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Body dysmorphia: 'They don't have proper eating disorder stats for men, they're afraid to talk'
James Cox After a difficult period, Dubliner Keith Russell is determined to get back to his role as a mental health advocate, with a particular focus on male eating disorders. Mr Russell suffers with body dysmorphia, and since his diagnosis in 2020 he has looked to spread awareness about the condition. Body dysmorphia, also called body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), is a mental health disorder that... SourceSee the Story
Day of drama reveals line-up for senior football championship semi-finals
Enda Smith was Boyle’s goalscorer against Clann na nGael this afternoon. Picture: Bernie O’Farrell The main protagonists in this season’s Roscommon Senior Football Championship semi-finals have been revealed on an afternoon when worsening weather conditions threatened to throw a spanner in the works. Roscommon Gaels needed a penalty shootout to reach the last four after overcoming Oran... SourceSee the Story