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# revenge mission

Last month
May 2023
# local rivalry
O'Connell caps memorable display with late equaliser for Monaghan
Thriller in Celtic Park ends with Ulster champions held to a draw in their home venue.
Last year
# revenge mission
Scotland out to atone for Dublin drubbing against Ireland, says Scott McKenna
The Scots were thrashed 3-0 by Stephen Kenny’s side at the Aviva Stadium in June.
# revenge mission
‘They’re not world beaters’ - the four things Ireland have to do to beat the All Blacks
Paul O’Connell, Mike Catt, Andrew Porter and Tadhg Furlong dissect Ireland’s defeat last Saturday and give their view on what needs to be done ahead of the second test.
# revenge mission
Stormers beat Edinburgh to set up semi-final date with Ulster and former captain Vermuelen
Ulster seek revenge after being controversially beaten by the South African side in the regular URC season.
# revenge mission
After a month without a game - Leinster are set to take out their anger on Montpellier today
Leinster were stung by the European Cup’s decision to award Montpellier a 28-0 win last month – they get their chance for revenge today.
All time
# revenge mission
'We’ve got a point to prove against them' - Ireland seeking to confirm signs of progress with Luxembourg win
Enda Stevens says revenge is on Ireland’s mind against Luxembourg on Sunday.
# revenge mission
Jurgen Klopp wants Liverpool to right the wrongs of Villa Park
The Reds were beaten 7-2 by Dean Smith’s side in October.
# revenge mission
Much-changed, but Leinster highly-motivated to bounce back in Italy
Johnny Sexton doesn’t believe a loss is necessary to spur Leinster into action, but they have a fine record of rebounding after defeat.
# revenge mission
'We’ve lost three finals to them': Owens determined to put Cork defeats behind her
Dublin lost three All-Ireland finals to the Rebels between 2014-16.
# revenge mission
2-4 for Aherne as dominant Dublin set to defend All-Ireland crown against Cork
The Sky Blues beat Galway by seven points in Dr Hyde Park.
# revenge mission
'We were absolutely annihilated in extra-time' - 2012 Parnell loss spurs on Limerick champs
Na Piarsaigh are bidding for a second All-Ireland final appearance in three years today.
# revenge mission
Tipp boss Ryan: losing to Galway last year was a 'tragedy' but we weren't bullied
Tipperary manager Michael Ryan has been looking back on last year’s All-Ireland SHC semi-final defeat to Galway as he prepares for next Sunday’s rematch.
# revenge mission
'They celebrated beating us like they won the bloody Champions League'
Stephen Kenny leads Dundalk on a revenge mission tonight.
# revenge mission
Springboks make two changes for second Test against Schmidt's Ireland
Elton Jantjies starts at out-half, while Pieter-Steph du Toit comes into the second row.
# revenge mission
The last time Ireland played Belgium it ended in very controversial circumstances
There was yet more play-off heartache for Ireland in 1997.
# revenge mission
McKeown the hat-trick hero as Belvedere secure shot at schools final redemption
Two intercepted tries proved crucial as they saw off a gritty challenge from St Michael’s.
# revenge mission
This Limerick hurling stalwart's chance for revenge has come after nearly 20 years
Current U21 boss John Kiely was a member of the Limerick senior panel beaten by Wexford in 1996.
# duncan go nuts
Heroic efforts of MVP Durant not enough as Spurs set up Heat finalé
Tim Duncan delivered a double-double performance right on cue as San Antonio advanced to the NBA finals.
# revenge mission
Mark Quigley: St Pats out to avenge 7-1 Setanta Cup drubbing by Sligo
The Saints striker is currently easing himself back into first team football but is pleased his teammates are hitting form.
# Thomond Park
3 key battles Munster must win to right the wrongs of Edinburgh
Rob Penney’s side lost their opening Heineken Cup game 29-23 in Murrayfield. It’s payback time.