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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Early Doors

Last year
Napoli's mercurial 'Kvaradona' continues to shine on Champions League stage
Surprise package Club Brugge also booked their place in the last 16 with a 0-0 draw against Atletico Madrid.
All time
Early Doors seizes Galway Plate opportunity
The Joseph O’Brien-trained seven-year-old had failed to get his head in front in four previous outings over fences
Shopping centres can reopen today but limits on children and defined routes may become 'new normal'
While high street stores opened their doors last week, shopping centres had to remain shut for another week.
McDowell shines brightest on day one at Players Championship as McIlroy produces big finish
Shane Lowry was also in action in Florida.
5 ante-post Cheltenham bets to consider before prices are cut
Johnny Ward makes five super-early selections, and two more for this weekend’s racing in Ireland.
First blood to Liverpool as Salah scores early from the spot in Madrid
Moussa Sissoko was adjudged to have handled.
Wenger reveals timing of Arsenal departure 'was not really my decision'
The Frenchman will depart the club in the summer after a managerial reign lasting close to 22 years.
Here's the Ireland team we'd like to start the 2018 Six Nations
The international season is five weeks away, here’s who we’d pick to start in Paris.
Watch: This powerful Dembele strike gave Celtic the lead against PSG after just 56 seconds
The French side have since taking control of proceedings.
McIlroy says Quail Hollow still 'gives you chances'
Rory McIlroy reassured fans he still plans on contending at the US PGA Championship after his slow start on Thursday.
McIlroy in contention at Troon as Reed holds clubhouse lead
Shane Lowry and Paul Dunne have plenty of work to do after disappointing opening rounds while Darren Clarke and Pádraig Harrington had decent days at the office.
Newcastle edge closer to relegation as Shane Long makes goalscoring return for Saints
The Ireland striker scored his 11th goal of the season as Southampton eased to victory.
The winners and losers from the opening fortnight of the Pro12
The league is going back into storage after two exciting weekends.
Messi eventually comes alive to inspire Argentina win over spirited Bosnia
Sead Kolasinac was the unlucky scorer of an own-goal before the Barcelona star added a second.
Analysis: It's looking bad for Labour, but good for Sinn Féin and independents
It’s very early days but here’s the picture that’s emerging from the local and European election tallies so far.
It’s not about the booze: Botha explains the real difficulty with early kick-offs
Under darkness, the atmosphere and on-field intensity always feels better. There’s a reason for that.
Dortmund land in London, claim deckchair outside Buckingham Palace
The European Cup underdogs are playing a PR blinder so far.
The Morning Score: Wednesday
All you need to know this morning including how to execute bad sportsmanship.
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Featuring the Champions League, Matthew Macklin and the latest on Niall Carew’s appointment as Waterford manager.
The Morning Score: Monday
Ireland get back to winning ways, plenty of GAA action and Sunderland stun Fulham.
The Morning Score: Friday
The weekend starts after you read this piece.
The Morning Score: Thursday
Here’s everything you need to know this morning – apart from how Zlatan did that.
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Five stories worth reading before you begin your day… come get them.
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Here are five sports stories worth reading before you start your day.
The Morning Score: Monday
Ireland prepare for Greek friendly, all the GAA club action and John Terry gets an ouchie.
The Morning Score: Friday
The Donegal manager heads for Glasgow, Liverpool lose again and the Springboks’ key battles. Get ‘em while it’s hot.
The Morning Score: Thursday
Here’s everything you need to know this morning – unless you’re a Celtic fan looking for the Neurofen. Ouch.
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Robert Mancini, John Joe Nevin and Hunky Dorys crisps. Here’s all you need to know this morning.
The Morning Score: Friday
The return of Richard Dunne, a possible captaincy for Jonny Sexton and why our spelling might be a little bit off today…
The Morning Score: Thursday
More goals, Shane Lowry on the march and one GAA star considers his future.
The Morning Score: Wednesday
From Theo Walcott to Dan Rooney to Ryan McMenamin, here’s everything you need to know this morning.
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Welcome to the four-day week. Here’s everything you need to know this morning.
The Morning Score: Friday
Here’s everything you need to know — unless you’re looking for a ticket to the Showgrounds tonight.
The Morning Score: Thursday
Here’s everything you need to know this morning — unless you’re an oil-rich football owner looking for the kill clause in your manager’s contract.
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Half way to the long weekend.
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Lance Armstrong, John Terry and Jason McAteer are on hand to compliment your bowl of cereal.
The Morning Score: Monday
It’s all downhill to the long weekend from here.
The Morning Score: Friday
Hang on in there… it’s almost the weekend.
The Morning Score: Thursday
Trap avoids the sack, Punchestown to go ahead and the day of reckoning for Lance Armstrong.
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Letting slip a four-goal lead, Jogi? What’s the German for schadenfreude?