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Sunday 1 October 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Glasgow

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Out-half Healy returns for Munster as O'Sullivan starts at openside flanker
Fineen Wycherley shifts from the second row to the back row for the visit to Scotstoun.
Ulster storm past Glasgow with a bonus point to post fifth straight win
Sean Reidy and John Cooney starred as Ulster showed a ruthless streak against the Scots.
Leinster power their way to bonus point win in Glasgow
Jimmy O’Brien and Scott Penny were among the try-scorers while Harry Byrne added 12 points with the boot.
Birr men making an impression as Leinster's Dooley gets back into swing of things
The 26-year-old loosehead was in excellent form last season before the lockdown.
'He's got genuine belief, Bundee. That's something other players feed off'
Connacht boss Andy Friend was pleased with how his side sorted out their discipline against Glasgow.
Brilliant Bundee Aki leads Connacht to thrilling win over Glasgow in Galway
The Ireland centre scored two tries as Connacht delivered some stunning rugby in the second half.
Public health experts must justify any proposed restrictions for Dublin if they're more 'drastic' than other EU cities
Ireland needs to look to other EU countries and how they are handling spikes, says Tánaiste.
Use it or lose it! Edinburgh cough up turnover for failing to play the ball
Referee Ben Blain gave Richard Cockerill’s side more than enough leeway.
Police in Glasgow say an incident in which a man was shot dead today is not being treated as terrorism
A police officer is in a critical condition in hospital.
Ireland striker Clare Shine receiving assistance following missing person appeal
Shine, 25, was reported missing in Scotland on Sunday.
Cullen maintains focus on the 'here and now' as prospect of postponements loom
The Pro14 champions meet last year’s runners-up tomorrow and Cullen is not looking far beyond that.
'The joy went out of it for a while': Leinster prop Dooley rediscovers his happy place
‘I went back to what I love doing; carrying the ball, running around and just playing rugby.’
'I wanted to end it all. I thought I was a burden on everyone'
Ireland and Glasgow City star Clare Shine delves deeper into her mental health struggles.
'If I was to describe the way we want to play it’s ‘collective speed''
Ulster head coach Dan McFarland has a keen interest in psychology.
Kelleher on the double as Leinster maintain unbeaten start to the season
Leo Cullen’s side came away from their trip to Scotstoun Stadium with a 13-point win.
Leinster ring the changes for Glasgow clash with Ireland front-liners rested
Ross Molony captains the team from the second row.
Watch: Ireland international scores brilliant last-minute winner in Scottish Cup final
Clare Shine scored the crucial goal as Glasgow City were crowned champions.
Big weekend for Kildare's Donovan as stunning win in Glasgow brings European title shot closer
The Irish champion went 11-0 last night after coaching Tyrone teen sensation Jude Gallagher to a national title on Friday.
Scotland forwards coach Wilson to take over Glasgow Warriors job after Rennie
It’s the big (rugby) coaching news of the day.
Scottish police launch 'thorough and robust inquiry' after Irish unity march riot
Police said a planned parade by a republican flute band was met by a ‘disruptive’ counter protest.
'Stade Français' owner says he's willing to invest €100m of his money in five years'
Leinster’s success continued with the Pro14 trophy on Saturday but they’re already looking forward.
Japan on Sexton's mind with Schmidt set to name wider World Cup squad
The Leinster out-half will move back into Ireland mode after leaving Leinster in a happy place.
'Garry Ringrose's school bought a horse. It won so he's just upgraded houses!'
James Lowe was an effervescent presence once again as Leinster won the Pro14 last night.
Leinster bounce back from 'lowest point in all of our careers' to win Pro14
Johnny Sexton and his team took pride from how they eked out a victory against Glasgow.
'His last memory now with Leinster will be lifting the trophy'
Leinster captain Johnny Sexton handed the Pro14 trophy to Sean O’Brien in Glasgow.
Leinster go back-to-back in the Pro14 as they edge Glasgow at Celtic Park
Leo Cullen’s men secured their sixth title in the competition in tough conditions in Glasgow.
Glasgow Warriors v Leinster, Pro14 Final
We’re going minute-by-minute as Leinster aim to seal a second consecutive Pro14 title in Celtic Park.
Leinster have chance to finish with a bang in Glasgow's Celtic Park
Dave Rennie’s side should prove a difficult proposition on home soil.
Glasgow unchanged for Celtic Park showdown with Leinster
Dave Rennie is hoping to quadruple the ‘deafening’ atmosphere of Scotstoun to unseat the champions.
'We're a better side, with better balance and a better understanding of what we're trying to put on the park'
Glasgow’s form fell off a cliff in the second half of last season, but they have learned plenty of lessons for this year’s trophy chase.
Relive the action as Leinster triumph over Munster and Ulster well beaten to Pro14 final
Leinster and Glasgow face off in Saturday’s decider at Celtic Park.
McFarland's inside info 'pretty useful' for Ulster's semi-final in Glasgow
The northern province’s head coach was formerly an assistant with the Warriors.
Saracens thrash Glasgow despite dad-to-be Farrell's absence
The England kicker played no part in today’s Champions Cup quarter-final after his wife went into labour this morning.
'For the girls to have someone come into the room, it's horrendous' - Rodgers recounts burglary ordeal
The new Leicester City boss confirmed his Glasgow home was broken into.
Suspicious package found at University of Glasgow linked with London devices
Bomb-disposal experts performed a controlled explosion on the item this afternoon.
Brendan Rodgers' family left 'shaken but unharmed' after hiding in bathroom during burglary - reports
The Leicester manager’s wife and six-year-old step-daughter were disturbed when intruders entered their home.
Bronze Age back for Ireland as 'delighted' English and Mageean bask in European glory
It was a Sunday night to remember in Glasgow.
English frustrated by mid-race collision but qualifies for 800m final in Glasgow
The Donegal star’s appeal was successful after his 800m semi-final at the European Indoor Championships.
Disappointing morning at European Indoors as fine margins sees Irish trio fail to make finals
It was a tough morning for Joseph Ojewumi, Molly Scott and Lauren Roy.
Disastrous start for Ireland in Glasgow as Greene takes a fall and Barr finishes last
It’s the opening day of the European Indoor Championships.