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Sunday 26 March 2023 Dublin: 7°C

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# July tests
'I'd like to think five or six Connacht guys might be in the frame for Ireland'
The western province are hoping to have a strong representation against Japan and the US.
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Family club Peamount all set to take Champions League stage
Ireland’s representatives in Europe face Scottish powerhouse Glasgow City across the water tonight.
# World Class
Back-to-back champion Sanita Puspure one of five Irish up for prestigious World Rowing Awards
New crew of Paul O’Donovan and Fintan McCarthy and fellow Corkman Ronan Byrne are also nominated.
# Flying the flag
McCabe helps Arsenal coast through to Women's Champions League last 16
The Ireland captain started as Arsenal saw off Fiorentina this evening.
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Shamrock Rovers drawn with Austria Wien if they can progress in Europa League
The Hoops are the only SSE Airtricity League side remaining in the competition, but Dundalk may yet drop in from the Champions League.
# big lift
Ulster take 'huge amount of pride' from Ireland's success as provinces prepare to return
Dan McFarland’s side face the Scarlets on Friday night.
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Adeolokun, Dillane and Buckley start for Lam's Barbarians at Twickenham
The Baa-Baas and England have named their teams for Sunday’s clash.
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Mayo duo rewarded with individual accolades for April after run to league final
Key forward Sinéad Cafferky and manager Peter Leahy have both been honoured.
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Belfast-born Conlon set to become Ireland's first Major League Baseball player in 73 years
Ireland’s last representative in MLB was Joe Cleary of Cork, who played briefly during the Second World War.
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'It's hard to describe. It was very surreal and a great, great honour to be there'
Armagh’s Caroline O’Hanlon and Tyrone’s Neamh Woods are teammates on the NI netball side at the Commonwealth Games.
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20-year-old snowboarder to carry Ireland's flag at Winter Olympics opening ceremony
Seamus O’Connor will lead the five-strong team in Pyeongchang on Friday.
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Ed Sheeran's piano-playing Irish roadie is slowly becoming the star of his American tour
This is just lovely.
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Ireland's Megan Campbell stars in Man City's first-ever FA Cup title win
The Drogheda native provided two assists in front of a record-breaking crowd at Wembley.
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Muff is Ireland’s only representative on this world map of 'magnificently rude place names'
Well deserved.
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Ireland Club team in the 'shop window' against England Counties
Lansdowne wing Cian Aherne explains that the pick of Irish club rugby players are hoping to make a mark tonight.
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Dream team? Only one Irishman in Pro12 team of the year
Ulster’s Dan Tuohy is on the list, while there are only two representatives from table-topping Leinster.