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West Indies ease to victory over Ireland
Opening batsman Evin Lewis fell agonisingly short of a century.
Imperious Liverpool beat Leicester to take big step towards Premier League title
The result sees the Reds go 13 points clear of the Foxes, with a game in hand on Brendan Rodgers’ men.
Liverpool put 5 past Everton and go 32 Premier League games unbeaten
Tonight’s outcome will increase pressure on under-fire Everton boss Marco Silva.
Brilliant Coutinho free kick the highlight as win eases the pressure on Brazil boss
Lucas Paqueta and Danilo were also on target amid a 3-0 victory over South Korea.
Liverpool star Mane kept in check, but Senegal cruise to victory
France-based duo Sidy Sarr and Habibou Diallo netted within three minutes during the first half.
Son bounces back with a brace as Tottenham easily overcome Red Star
Giovani Lo Celso and Christian Eriksen were also on target for the Premier League side.
Champions Dundalk end St Pat's hopes of Europe
There was no happy return to his former club for Stephen O’Donnell.
Man City get back to winning ways, move within 5 points of Liverpool
Pep Guardiola’s side earned a convincing victory over Crystal Palace.
Cheetahs run riot to secure first-ever victory over Munster
The match at the Toyota Stadium was a scrappy affair during the first half, but it did spring to life in the second.
Shelbourne win 11-1 to move within 5 points of leaders
Ireland underage international Emily Whelan scored a hat-trick amid a comprehensive victory against Kilkenny.
Liverpool hammer Norwich in Premier League opener
Mo Salah, Divock Origi and Virgil Van Dijk were among the scorers.
Kerry begin defence of Munster U20 title with defeat of Limerick
Last year’s team captain Donal Down O’Sullivan was their best performer on the night.
Saracens beat Exeter to win English Premiership and complete double
The London club came 27-16 down to see off their opponents.
Italy outclass Spain in Belfield to top Group D
Elsewhere, Germany beat Austria, as the details for the quarter-finals were confirmed.
Terence Crawford stops Amir Khan to retain WBO welterweight title
The Englishman was unable to continue because of an accidental low blow.
Lionel Messi-inspired Barcelona dump Man United out of Champions League
Philippe Coutinho was also on target in a one-sided affair.
Celtic on course for third successive treble as they ease into cup final
Goals by James Forrest, Odsonne Edouard with a penalty and Australian Tom Rogic gave Neil Lennon’s team an easy win over Aberdeen.
Benzema hot streak continues, but 18-year-old steals the show in Real Madrid win
The Frenchman struck after 30 minutes of a one-sided contest at Santiago Bernabeu, while Vinicius Junior impressed.
Man City ease past Huddersfield to close the gap on Liverpool
The win leave Pep Guardiola’s men just four points behind the Reds with 23 games played.
'Eden Hazard is too good for this Chelsea team'
BBC pundit Jermaine Jenas believes the Blues star has outgrown his team-mates.
Ronaldo equals Welsh legend's scoring record as Juve move 11 points clear
The Portuguese star was substituted just afterwards for the first time this season.
Controversial penalty call helps Man City hit Shakhtar for 6
Allegations of financial impropriety off the field couldn’t derail the Etihad outfit on the field tonight.
€115 million strikeforce the difference as Arsenal secure 4th Premier League win in a row
The Gunners are now level on points with Tottenham after beating Everton, thanks to goals from Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Aubameyang at the double as Arsenal prevail in Europa League opener
The Gunners saw off Vorskla in the Europa League thanks to goals from Danny Welbeck, Mesut Ozil and a brace from the Gabonese striker.
PSG prepare for crunch Liverpool clash with Parc stroll
Kylian Mbappe and Neymar were both absent, but it made little difference, as the French side earned an easy win.
Lukaku, Hazard help Belgium outclass Scotland
Roberto Martinez’s men showed their class and no hangover from their exertions in finishing third in Russia.
Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds continue strong start, as they put Frank Lampard's Derby to the sword
Goals from Mateusz Klich, Kemar Roofe (2) and Ezgjan Alioski secured the victory.
Shane Dowling hits 15 points as Limerick overcome Waterford
The result put the Treaty County in control of the Munster hurling championship.
Stephen Ireland returns as Man United deepen Stoke's woes
Antonio Valencia and Anthony Martial were among the goalscorers for the Red Devils.
Harry Kane makes history as Spurs sweep aside Southampton
The England international overtook Alan Shearer’s Premier League record for most goals in a calendar year.
17 wins in a row for 'the Unstoppables' as Sergio Aguero breaks 100 mark
Pep Guardiola’s side continued their march towards the title with another comprehensive victory.
Daly at the double as England overpower Samoa
Dylan Hartley, captain for all their previous 22 Tests under Eddie Jones, was benched.
Former Everton star on target as Barca roll on calmly amidst Catalan chaos
Gerard Deulofeu’s first-half strike helped his side grind out a victory this evening.
Classy Tottenham put 10-man Newcastle to the sword
Spurs were left frustrated initially, but the game changed when Jonjo Shelvey was sent off.
Watch: Michael Conlan claims comfortable win in second pro bout
The outcome rarely looked in doubt as the Irish fighter overcame Mexican Alfredo Chanez.
Balde brace ruins Francesco Totti's final Rome derby
Luciano Spalletti’s men physically turned up at the Stadio Olimpico, but mentally looked elsewhere.
Scannell stars as Munster secure comprehensive win over Zebre
It was a game in which the outcome was rarely in doubt with the Irish side taking a 24-7 half-time lead.
McEleney stars again as Dundalk outclass Pat's
Having assisted Ciaran Kilduff’s opener a minute before the break, he ended the game as a contest with two quick-fire goals over a six-minute spell.
Dundalk continue strong start with convincing win over Sligo
Patrick McEleney, Michael Duffy, Ciaran Kilduff and Tommy Stewart were all on target for the Lilywhites.
Two hat-tricks as Schmidt's Ireland hammer Italy to get Six Nations bid rolling
Joe Schmidt’s men scored nine tries in a dominant performance in Rome.