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# Resolve

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Munster feel 'lucky' to come away with win after late scare against Connacht
Johann van Graan’s men nearly lost out in a dramatic endgame.
Confidence shaken, but still strong for Jacob Stockdale
The under-fire Ireland fullback admits he moved to shut out the ‘noise’ of social media after last year’s World Cup. But he has still examined his mental approach.
Ireland's man of the match says they 'dug deep' to earn point
John Egan acquitted himself well amid a difficult day for his side in Tbilisi.
'It was like a boxing fight' - Klopp proud of Liverpool's resolve
The Reds had to dig deep in Istanbul against a formidable opponent, ultimately triumphing in penalties.
'I'm 37. I'm still hungry. I go out onto the training pitch wanting to be the best player'
After 17 seasons at Sligo, Raffael Cretaro on his new beginning at Finn Harps.
Conte upbeat as Chelsea boss hails strength in defeat
Chelsea’s quest for a record-equalling 14th consecutive Premier League win was halted by Tottenham, but Antonio Conte was upbeat.
The minors did the business against Offaly on what was an emotional day for Dublin GAA
The funeral of former player and selector Dave Billings took place before Dublin’s Leinster Minor first round championship match.
Munster sunk in Glasgow after letting a nine-point half-time lead slip
The visitors were held scoreless in the second half.
Lean and mean: Darren Clarke 'raring to go' for 2012
The Open Champion has said “enough is enough” and made some lifestyle changes ahead of his first event of the season.