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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.
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Galway easily overcome Laois to reach Leinster hurling semis
The result means they will now meet Kilkenny in next weekend’s semi-final.
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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.
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'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.
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Georgia crush giant-killers Uruguay with bonus-point victory
The popular South American side were unable to pull off another shock win.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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All Blacks get over Ireland disappointment with emphatic defeat of Italy
New Zealand handed new Italy coach Conor O’Shea the worst possible debut.
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Cork ladies lift Munster title as Dublin crowned Leinster champions
The Jackies demolished Westmeath by 26 points in a surprisingly one-sided provincial decider.
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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.