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Saturday 1 April 2023 Dublin: 10°C

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Derry City cruise into Cup quarters at expense of 10-man First Division leaders
Will Patching and Sadou Diallo found the mark for the hosts, while Ruairi Keating was sent off for Cork City.
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Belfast venue confirmed for Antrim-Cavan game as Ulster SFC fixtures released
Corrigan Park will host Antrim’s Ulster opener.
All time
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Messi fires Argentina to World Cup qualifying win over Ecuador
The Barca star converted a penalty in an empty Bombonera.
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Cian Healy keeping focus on the future while protecting Ireland's home record
The prop will hope to feature in his first home Test in a year when Italy come to Dublin on Saturday.
# Ballin'
Kawhi Leonard shut down Lebron James to sustain Spurs' home streak
Meanwhile, Kobe Bryant faced off against Steph Curry for the last time at the Warriors’ home venue.
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Leinster guaranteed home quarter-final as Toulouse fall in Montpellier
Bath produced a hard-fought win over Glasgow to top pool 4 and they will likely face Leinster in Dublin in the knock-out stages.
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'I'd like my son to see me play for Leinster' -- Jonathan Sexton
The Ireland out-half spoke about his decision to leave France and also about his jaw injury this evening.
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Greatest hits: 10 of Brian O'Driscoll's best international tries on home soil
The centre will have one last opportunity to add to this list when Italy visit tomorrow.
# mind your house
Schmidt aims to 'defend the Aviva' and banish recurring All Black nightmare
The Kiwi is looking anxiously ahead to the six-day turnaround between fixtures against Scotland and Wales.
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Nasri double helps City to win over Swansea
Here are the goals from Eastlands.
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Quinlan tips native Tipperary
The former Munster and Ireland back-row says Cork are improving under Jimmy Barry-Murphy but believes the Premier side have the edge