We’ll Leave It There So: Katie’s fifth world title, Herity retires and all today’s sport

The rugby focus is back on the provinces this weekend. Munster trained in UL this afternoon. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

HomeKatie Taylor won her fifth consecutive world lightweight title in South Korea.The tributes for Katie flooded in from the likes of Paul McGrath, Dara O’Briain and Enda Kenny.Kilkenny’s All-Ireland winning goalkeeper David Herity announced his retirement.Róisin McGettigan was awarded a European bronze medal for a race that took place in 2009.Ulster out-half Paddy Jackson was ruled out for six weeks with a shoulder injury.Benny Coulter, Down’s talented attacker, confirmed his retirement from inter-county football.Away

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Wallabies playmaker Kurtley Beale is ready to put his ‘silly, stupid, schoolboy prank’ behind him.Former Spurs midfielder Paul Gascoigne revealed how North London rivals Arsenal paid £50,000 towards his medical care.The Irish Defence Forces are in France for the CISM European Football Championship.LA Galaxy, with Robbie Keane in their ranks, took a lead in the MLS conference finals.The Australian rugby media reacted to their side’s defeat to Ireland on Saturday evening.Malaysian club Sabah Rhinos, managed by Irishman George O’Callaghan, added Dublin-born Eamon Zayed to their ranks.
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