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# turning point

Last year
# turning point
'He was like a man inspired' - Recalling Johnny Sexton's Ireland debut against Fiji
After a long wait for international recognition, the out-half enjoyed a memorable Test debut against Fiji at the RDS in 2009.
# turning point
Klopp: Liverpool's seven-goal showing at Rangers has 'changed the mood completely'
‘We usually drink a beer after away games and it is that long ago since I had one I will probably get drunk after one.’
All time
# turning point
'A disgrace' and 'we're just stunned' - Criticism of Munster semi-final sin bin decision
Aidan McCarthy was sent to the line in the second half.
# turning point
Katie Taylor is becoming their champion as well as our own
Manchester felt like a seminal moment in Taylor’s ascent to stardom outside of Ireland.
# turning point
Leicester can win the Premier League at Old Trafford after Tottenham are frustrated at home
West Brom’s Craig Dawson put through his own net to give Spurs the lead before he equalised in the second half.
# turning point
'FA Cup win may have saved me from the sack' - Wenger
Beating Hull in the final two years ago has rejuvenated the Arsenal manager’s career.
# critical time
It's a milestone birthday for Tiger, a healthy 2016 is the least he deserves
Woods has changed golf for the better so it would be a crying shame to see him limp out of the sport.
# turning point
Which country is buying the most iPhones? (Hint: It's not the US)
Apple’s home turf is selling a lot of iPhones – but not enough to topple the current champ.
# 2 in 42
Momentum of Marmion try turned game for Connacht -- Foley
The Munster coach found no reason to argue that the better team had won at the Sportsground.
# turning point
A night of penalty drama in league title race as Dundalk held by Shamrock Rovers
Oriel Park was the setting for a game that could have a big bearing on the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division title race.
# turning point
Neil McGee: We did whatever we could to keep McGuinness in place, thankfully he stayed on
McGee and Michael Murphy were on their way to Dublin when they turned around the car in Monaghan to convince McGuinness to stay.