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# two tribes

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Sean O’Rourke to return to screens next week in new RTÉ political documentary series
The Civil War political series will be the veteran journalist’s first television project since Golfgate.
All time
'Leinster have yet to be fully tested - Saracens is a step up on what they've faced'
Leinster and Ireland legend Nick Popplewell relives his glory days and predicts a classic between Europe’s leading club sides in today’s Champions Cup quarter-final.
Leinster march on to Glasgow but Munster face same old question
One Irish province advances into the Pro14 final as the other’s season comes to an end.
Sunday double for Galway as ladies take football crown, Donegal too good in Ulster
Stephen Glennon’s Tribeswomen wrestled the title back from Mayo to claim a fifth Connacht win in six seasons.
Big vote of confidence as Galway appoint Walsh and Donoghue for 3 more years
Steady as she goes in Galway.
The talks that could have produced an all-Ireland soccer team in the 1970s
We came close enough at several stages to one national team on the island. This is why it didn’t work, writes Cormac Moore.
Donegal v Derry, Ulster SFC semi-final
We went minute-by-minute as Rory Gallagher’s took on Derry for a place in the provincial final.