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Europe · London

Eoin Morgan: England white-ball captain considering international retirement

41% Left coverage: 17 sources
Eoin Morgan will retire from international cricket on Tuesday. The 35-year-old led England to World Cup glory at Lord's in 2015. Jos Buttler will take over as skipper of the Twenty20 and ODI teams. Morgan has been struggling for form and fitness in recent times.See the Story
Europe · London

Emma Raducanu: British number one makes winning start at Wimbledon

50% Center coverage: 12 sources
Novak Djokovic wins 80th match at Wimbledon. Top-ranked Serb beats Kwon Soon-woo of South Korea. Alison Riske, No. 28, beats Ylena In-Albon of Switzerland 6-2, 6-4. French Open finalist Casper Ruud beats Albert Ramos-Vinolas.See the Story
All Blacks · New Zealand

Ex-Ireland coach Schmidt to train All Blacks after COVID outbreak

46% Center coverage: 11 sources
Ireland coach Joe Schmidt will come in for Tuesday and Thursday training this week. New Zealander Schmidt coached the Irish for six years from 2013 and his reign included Ireland's first two wins over the All Blacks. Ireland have also had a COVID case in their squad with Australia-born outside back Mack Hansen forced into isolation.See the Story
Soccer · New England

Arsenal confirm signing of USA goalkeeper Turner

Coverage: 7 sources
Arsenal have confirmed the signing of Matt Turner from New England Revolution. The 28-year-old is Arsenal's third signing of the summer transfer window. Turner has been capped 18 times by the USA and was an integral part of the national team as they qualified for the World Cup in Qatar.See the Story
Gold · Northern Ireland

NI gymnasts can compete at Commonwealth Games

Coverage: 4 sources
The three-strong team had been barred by the Federation Internationale de Gymnastique because they are licensed to compete for Ireland in international competition. The announcement had led to a storm of protest, with Commonwealth Games Northern Ireland accusing the FIG of having "completely disregarded" the Good Friday agreement.See the Story
Soccer

Keegan lands Cobh Ramblers job

Coverage: 2 sources
Shane Keegan appointed as new manager of First Division side Cobh Ramblers. Rams parted company with Darren Murphy earlier this month after 13 defeats in 18 matches. Keegan previously managed Wexford and Galway United, winning promotion with Youths and being relegated with the Tribesmen.See the Story
World Cup

World Cup qualifier: Georgia v Republic of Ireland

Coverage: 2 sources
Ireland take on Georgia in Tbilisi this afternoon (kick off is 5pm Irish time) Vera Pauw's side are aiming to become first Irish team to ever qualify for a major championships. Ireland are currently in third place in Group A, two points behind Finland with one game in hand.See the Story
Europe · Welsh

Dragons undergo rebrand to add 'RFC' to name

Coverage: 2 sources
Dragons have undergone a rebrand to add 'RFC' to the Welsh regional side's name. The club will be represented by three main colours: its traditional black and amber to represent the city of Newport, plus the blue of Monmouthshire and Gwent. Chairman David Buttress says the club is "evolving and growing"See the Story
Soccer · Austria

Kenny Shiels urging ‘massive underdogs’ Northern Ireland to enjoy Euro challenge

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Shiels has confirmed his 23-strong squad for the tournament. Northern Ireland face daunting group matches against England, Norway and Austria. Captain Marissa Callaghan has been named in the squad despite missing last week’s warm-up game against Belgium due to a foot injury.See the Story
Novak Djokovic

Djokovic recovers from dropping a set to get title defence off and running

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Novak Djokovic beat South Korean Kwon Soon-woo in four sets. The six-time champion was playing his first official match on grass since winning last year’s final. Former finalist Marin Cilic withdrew from the tournament on Monday due to illness.See the Story

'Let's finish it off now,' urges Pauw as nine-goal Ireland look to decisive double-header

Katie McCabe scores hat-trick as Republic of Ireland thrash Georgia 9-0. Megan Connolly, Louise Quinn, Niamh Fahey, Denise O'Sullivan and Abbie Larkin also on target. Vera Pauw hails 'fantastic' win and calls on fans to pack out Tallaght Stadium in September.See the Story
World Cup

Ireland beat Georgia 9-0 to ensure World Cup dream hits new heights

Katie McCabe, Louise Quinn, Megan Connolly, Niamh Fahey, Abbie Larkin and Denise O’Sullivan on target for Ireland. Ireland leapfrog play-off rivals Finland into second place ahead of September’s decisive double-header against the Finns and Slovakia.See the Story

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