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Saturday 28 January 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# Champions

All time
# it's off
Aviva Stadium homecoming for Grand Slam winners cancelled due to snowfall
Adverse weather conditions means the free-entry event due to take place at 4.30pm has been cancelled.
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Future is bright as Schmidt's Ireland look towards building on Grand Slam success
The Ireland boss was ‘proud of how some guys got thrown in there and survived.’
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France defeat Wales to complete 2018 Women's Six Nations Grand Slam
A straightforward win saw France score six tries at Colwyn Bay.
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'History doesn't protect you from the future': Ireland primed for Grand Slam tilt
Joe Schmidt says his side are hugely motivated to complete the job at Twickenham next weekend.
# winners
Ireland crowned Six Nations champions for the third time in five years
England’s failure in Paris means Joe Schmidt’s men are trophy winners.
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Mayo's Rice College land first ever Connacht Post Primary Schools A title
Sligo side St Attractas lost their fourth final in five years.
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Monaghan star McCarthy hits 1-6 as UCD claim second Sigerson title in three years
Conor McCarthy picked up man-of-the-match honours as John Divilly’s men lifted the title.
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Ardscoil Rís crowned Munster champions for fifth time this decade after 11-point final win
Almost 3,000 fans watched on as the Treaty school earned a comprehensive win on Saturday in Mallow.
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Ian Walsh lands dramatic winning point as Kanturk pip Ballyragget to All-Ireland title
Lorcán Mcloughlin scored seven points for the newly crowned intermediate champions.
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'It's very hard to put into words what the club has achieved today. Dreams come true'
Colm Cavanagh turned in a man-of-the-match performance to help Moy deliver the All-Ireland intermediate title yesterday.
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0-5 for Sean Cavanagh on Croke Park return as Moy lift All-Ireland intermediate title
Moy became the first Tyrone champions at this grade since 2013.
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'Cantona lit the flame, but it was Keane who kept it burning for more than a decade'
In an extract from Jonathan Wilson’s new book on Man United. their great side of the 1990s is remembered.
# real battle
Mayo stars shine as Carnacon crowned All-Ireland senior champions for the sixth time
It was heartbreak for Mourneabbey once again as Cora Staunton heads to Australia with another club medal to her name.
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Four-point margin sees Kilmessan crowned All-Ireland junior club camogie champions
The Meath side came out on top in Sunday’s replay in Tipperary.
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Forrest and Dembele on target as Celtic toast Scottish League Cup success
Brendan Rodgers on Sunday became the first Hoops manager since Jock Stein to win four trophies in a row.
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'History will prove this could be one of the greatest teams ever - time will show that'
Cork City manager John Caulfield led the club to its first ever league and cup double following Sunday’s FAI Cup win against Dundalk.
# New Deal
'It is a great time in the club’s history': Caulfield agrees new deal with champions Cork City
John Caulfield has joined a number of players in signing new deals at Turner’s Cross.
# let the good times roll
Success continues for Cork City as club clinches League of Ireland U17 title on penalties
It was a brilliant start to the week for the club, with City’s men and women’s teams competing in their FAI Cup finals on Sunday.
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Dicksboro clinch Kilkenny SHC title in 8-goal thriller
The Boro got the better of their city rivals James Stephens in a high-scoring final.
# everyone's a winner
Kenya's Rotich storms to Dublin City Marathon glory while Ukraine's Lehonkova claims women's title
Up to 20,000 people are pounding the pavements of the capital today.
# Good Times
McCormack strike ensures champions Cork sign off with a win
City never really looked like being denied the three points this evening.
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Caulfield savours long-awaited success at 'the biggest club in the country'
After falling narrowly short for the last three years, Cork City have finally reached the summit.
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Watch: The story of Roscommon GAA's road to redemption
How Kevin McStay’s side overcame the odds and silenced the critics.
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Five-in-a-row! 14-man Corofin crowned kings of Galway against Mountbellew-Moylough
Corofin claimed their 19th Galway senior title in Tuam Stadium this afternoon.
# Aussie Rules
Individual and team history made as Richmond bridge 37-year gap to claim AFL title
Long droughts don’t usually end in comfortable final victories, but the Crows were unable to match the Tigers’ second-half pace.
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Dublin's All-Ireland winners visit Crumlin Children's Hospital with Sam Maguire
Jim Gavin said he was ‘privileged and thrilled’ to bring the trophy along to patients and staff.
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Cork's All-Ireland heroes bring the O'Duffy Cup to Crumlin Children's Hospital
The Rebels beat old rivals Kilkenny by a point on Sunday.
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Limerick exact sweet revenge on Cats to lift U21 crown 3 years after minor defeat
Pat Donnelly’s side ran out six-point winners over Eddie Brennan’s men at Semple Stadium.
# not impressed
'We lost our heads': Conte frustrated with Chelsea's discipline during shock defeat to Burnley
Conte is looking to become the first Premier League manager to win consecutive titles since Alex Ferguson in 2008.
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'You can see Limerick are dying for silverware...We've bigger and better things ahead'
Cian Lynch, Aaron Gillane and Colin Ryan were speaking after Limerick’s U21 Munster final win over Cork.
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Derry collect second Ulster minor title in three years with success over Cavan
The Oak Leaf county won out by seven points in Clones.
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Noelle Healy hit 2-3 as the Dublin ladies picked up their sixth Leinster title on the trot today
Mick Bohan’s charges established a 3-8 to 0-3 lead by half-time.
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Cadogan and Horgan the scoring stars as Cork land Munster title against Clare
45,558 in attendance in Thurles today.
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Adrian Mullen, cousin of the Fennelly brothers, hits 1-9 as Cats exact revenge on Dublin
Kilkenny made up for last year’s Leinster MHC defeat to the Dubs in today’s curtain-raiser at Croke Park.
# The Future
Germany's young guns stun favourites Spain to edge Euro U21 crown
Mitchell Weiser’s first-half goal was enough to separate the sides.
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Gold! 'Dream day' as Ireland duo defend mixed relay title at World Cup final
Natalya Coyle and Arthur Lanigan O’Keeffe were impressive in Lithuania yesterday.
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James Doyle hits four goals as Carlow claim Christy Ring honours
They beat Antrim by 11 points in Croke Park.
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Clinical Man United seal Europa League triumph on emotional night
Goals from Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan earned the Red Devils a deserved win.
# invincibles
Proud Rodgers doubts Celtic's 'special' achievement will ever be repeated
The Hoops became the first Scottish side to go through a whole season undefeated.
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Joy for Real Madrid as they pip Barcelona to La Liga title
Zinedine Zidane’s men started the day three points ahead of their Catalan rivals.