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# power play

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'Hit them first before they hit you' - Dan Leavy on how to stop La Rochelle
The former flanker thinks the current Leinster squad is stronger than the side that won the double in 2018.
All time
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Power confirms he will continue to fund Waterford with Reynolds remaining as manager
The Blues owner considered his future after the club were denied a place in the Europa League due to a technicality.
# Intelligent
Analysis: Joe Schmidt's creative ability shines through on Ireland's power play
Ireland produced a detailed three-phase set-piece attack to score against Scotland last weekend.
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Stoke's clash with West Ham delayed after power failure
This may be relevant to a couple of coupons out there.
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Why Ireland's energy companies are lining up to hike electricity prices
Wholesale gas prices are rising – and with them go most energy bills.
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Stan Kroenke offers £525m to his rival Alisher Usmanov for complete control of Arsenal
Many fans feel the American will turn the club into a private entity if the Russian agrees to sell.
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Daniel Berger claims second successive St Jude Classic as Seamus Power struggles through final round
Power hit four bogeys on the final day.
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Gold Cup-winning jockey reveals special goggles were key to success on Sizing John
Robbie Power has suffered with double vision since fracturing an eye socket in a fall last July.
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'People told me I was mad when I bought Swindon and it's the same with Waterford'
Waterford FC owner Lee Power outlines his ambitions for the League of Ireland club.
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Annie Power obliterates rivals to claim stunning double
Cue Card and On The Fringe also claimed victories on what is proving to be a good opening day for the punters at Aintree.
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Agrapart storms home in convincing Betfair Hurdle win
Today’s big meetings were at Newbury, Gowran Park and Warick.
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Basketball commentator famous for 'Dowwwnnn-Tooowwwnn!' joins Wexford backroom team
Model manager David Power has been impressed by the former Ireland international.
# Schmidt Special
Video analysis: Ireland use a Joe Schmidt power play to cut Canada apart
We break down one of Ireland’s seven tries against the Canadians in their World Cup opener.
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Katie Taylor, number crunching and Garda escorts - Kilkenny star reveals all
Katie Power and Kilkenny are gearing up for tomorrow’s clash with Clare.
# Try time
Analysis: Ireland's attacking belief flows to fire them to Six Nations title
In the first part of a study of Ireland’s attack against Scotland, we look at captain Paul O’Connell’s early try.
# Quiz
Which House of Cards Character Are You?
Are you a Frank or a Zoe? Find out here.
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ESB wants its government owners to axe wind and solar power support
Targets and backing for the renewable-energy sources should end after 2020, the state supplier says.
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Cork claim 16-point win over Limerick to maintain bid for Munster U21 four-in-a-row
Mark Sugrue, Alan Cadogan and Dan MacEoin all fired home goals for Cork tonight.
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Crescent College dominate Ardscoil Rís to capture Munster Schools Senior Cup
The Limerick school had too much in the tank for their cross-town rivals.