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This year
Record-breaker Stewart delivers hat-trick as Ulster slay Dragons
The hooker broke the URC’s single-season try-scoring haul by crossing twice from mauls and adding another from open play.
All time
Real Madrid march into Champions League quarter-finals at expense of Atalanta
The La Liga side had been 1-0 up from the first leg.
Galway easily overcome Laois to reach Leinster hurling semis
The result means they will now meet Kilkenny in next weekend’s semi-final.
Odion Ighalo nets first goal for the club while Fernandes continues to impress as five-star United run riot
Club Brugge were easily swept aside at Old Trafford.
'We didn't want to let them come at us' - England deliver after haka stand
Eddie Jones’ team were simply outstanding as they dethroned the All Blacks in Yokohama.
Georgia crush giant-killers Uruguay with bonus-point victory
The popular South American side were unable to pull off another shock win.
McEvoy, Owens and Davey star as champions Dublin score 5-15 to overcome Waterford
Mick Bohan’s All-Ireland champions easily saw off the Déise with an 18 point win in Portlaoise.
Seamus Callanan hits 2-11 as Tipperary maul Offaly to book league semi-final
Two late consolation goals from Offaly’s Shane Dooley added a degree of respectability to the scoreboard.
Barry Nash bags a brace as Limerick record 24-point win over Kerry
John Kiely’s side made it three wins from four games in the Munster Senior Hurling League.
Munster move clear at top of Pro12 with bonus-point win over Leinster
Rassie Erasmus’ men scored four tries in a convincing win at Thomond Park.
All Blacks get over Ireland disappointment with emphatic defeat of Italy
New Zealand handed new Italy coach Conor O’Shea the worst possible debut.
Cork ladies lift Munster title as Dublin crowned Leinster champions
The Jackies demolished Westmeath by 26 points in a surprisingly one-sided provincial decider.
O'Connell's Munster fall to Nakarawa-inspired Glasgow in Pro12 final
Gregor Townsend’s side delivered a thrilling attacking performance to claim their first title.