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Wednesday 8 February 2023 Dublin: 5°C

# big game

Last year
2022
# big game
'It’s two juggernauts against each other' - Ballygunner boss set for Munster semi-final
Darragh O’Sullivan can’t wait for the collision when his All-Ireland champions meet Limerick kingpins Na Piarsaigh.
All time
# big game
'Wembley suits us' - Germany relish facing England
Leon Goretzka fired in the crucial late equaliser to seal a 2-2 draw with Hungary which put Joachim Loew’s side into the last 16.
# big game
Messi happy again but Barca wonder if this Clasico will be his last
The winners will move Atletico Madrid off top spot for the first time since December.
# big game
Farrell set to stick with settled Ireland team for visit to Scotland
Ireland are looking for their second win of the 2021 Six Nations.
# big game
RTÉ to screen Ireland's crucial Euros qualifier with Germany
A win would provide a major boost to Vera Pauw’s side.
# European nights
Munster install additional seating in Thomond Park for massive Saracens clash
The reigning European and Premiership champions are coming to Limerick this weekend.
# Derby Day
Connacht increase capacity by 2,000 for eagerly-awaited Leinster clash
Temporary terracing is being installed at the Bohermore and College Road ends of the Sportsground.
# big game
'They have put themselves right up there to challenge for the league title'
Cork boss John Caulfield has heaped praise on Derry ahead of the sides’ meeting tonight.
# big game
'At home against England on St Patrick's Day. There's no better occasion to be playing in'
Ireland U20s are looking forward to a big night under the lights in Donnybrook.
# big game
Ulster 'hurt' by Bordeaux collapse but could be boosted by Pienaar and Piutau for Exeter
Les Kiss has delivered some encouraging injury news for the northern province this afternoon.
# big game
'Munster was huge but this week is bigger': Leinster determined to right the European wrongs
Devin Toner says confidence is high around the squad but they are all aware of the task that lies ahead.
# big game
Last-gasp Lewandowski puts slight blemish on Ireland's night
A goal four minutes into stoppage time to earn Poland a 2-2 Group D draw with Scotland
# big game
IKEA said it's 'not facilitating' a massive game of Hide n Seek in Dublin
It’s on April 1st.
# hurdle heroine
20 pictures that celebrate Derval O'Rourke's brilliant hurdling career
Ireland’s most fierce track competitor hung up her spikes this morning. Here are some of her finest moments.
# stack em up
People played Tetris on the side of a huge skyscraper to celebrate its 30th birthday
Yes, Tetris is 30 years old. Wowser.
# big game
You're up against Paul O'Connell, that's always in the back of your head -- Devin Toner
The Leinster lock will be urging his pack to get the basics right at Thomond Park this weekend.
# Exiles
Green pastures: 80,000 to watch Harlequins and London Irish square off
Conor O’Shea’s league leaders will be favourites to defeat a rattled Exiles side.
AS IT HAPPENED
Ireland v Wales, Six Nations Championship
We went minute-by-minute for Ireland’s first game of the tournament against old foes Wales at Lansdowne Rd. Here’s how the drama unfolded.