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# Champions

All time
# Glory Days
Sexton sensational as Leinster smash Scarlets to secure historic double
Jordan Larmour’s sublime solo try was among the highlights of a stunning Leinster performance in Dublin.
# Magic of the Cup
Chelsea claim FA Cup at Wembley thanks to decisive Hazard penalty
Eden Hazard’s penalty in the first half handed Chelsea the FA Cup for an eighth time.
# Scudetto
Stalemate sees Juventus become first team in Serie A history to win four doubles in a row
The Old Lady saw off a season-long battle with Napoli at the top of the table to claim another Scudetto title.
# Fun in the sun
'It's not about the fifth star but chasing up to number ten': Leinster celebrate in style
Leo Cullen’s squad joined hundreds of supporters to continue the celebrations after their record-equalling fourth European title.
# Champions
Stunning comeback sees Maynooth University Town crowned Intermediate champions
Maynooth produced a seismic comeback late on to secure a memorable extra time win at the Aviva Stadium.
# Champions
'I can't believe we're champions again': Nacewa and Sexton speechless as Leinster reign in Spain
Leo Cullen’s side battled hard to defeat Racing 92 15-12 in Bilbao this evening.
# garden county
Wicklow crowned Division 4 champions thanks to brilliant Kealy hat-trick
The Garden County powered to a comfortable victory over Louth at St Brendan’s Park on Monday, securing Division 3 football for 2019.
# Setting records
Declan Rice involved in unfortunate own goal as Man City stroll to victory over West Ham
The title winners had a comfortable 4-1 victory over the Hammers in London.
# down and out
O'Mahony: 'I'm tired of learning lessons... I'm tired of losing semi-finals'
The Munster captain was gutted after Munster’s latest fall in the last four of Europe.
# High five
Guardiola's newly-crowned champions turn on the style to fire five past sorry Swansea
Pep Guardiola’s side handed Swansea a heavy defeat one week after being crowned Premier League champions.
# Champions
UL Bohemians retain Women's All-Ireland League crown with win over Old Belvedere
They prevailed 15-0 at Portlaoise RFC yesterday.
# Champions
'The journey is better than the end' – De Bruyne delighted with City campaign
De Bruyne felt Manchester City’s Premier League campaign as a whole was enjoyable.
# Thriller
Man City forced to wait, as Pogba inspires remarkable United comeback
The Premier League leaders were 2-0 up at half-time.
# Jupp Jupp
Bayern Munich secure sixth Bundesliga title in a row with five games to spare
The champions defeated FC Augsburg 4-1 to mathematically clinch the title.
# Quiz
How well do you remember these Champions League winners?
With the quarter-finals set to get underway later this week. we remember some of the top teams of the past.
# 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.
# Champions
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.’
# Champions
France defeat Wales to complete 2018 Women's Six Nations Grand Slam
A straightforward win saw France score six tries at Colwyn Bay.
# Champions
'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.
# Champions
Mayo's Rice College land first ever Connacht Post Primary Schools A title
Sligo side St Attractas lost their fourth final in five years.
# Champions
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.
# Champions
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.
# Champions
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.
# Champions
'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.
# Champions
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.
# Champions
'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.
# Champions
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.
# Champions
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.
# Champions
'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.
# Champions
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.
# Champions
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.
# Champions
Watch: The story of Roscommon GAA's road to redemption
How Kevin McStay’s side overcame the odds and silenced the critics.
# Champions
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.