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Dublin: 2 °C Sunday 25 February, 2018

Today’s News

England and Scotland asked to explain tunnel incident involving Farrell and Wilson

The fracas occurred before yesterday’s Six Nations clash at Murrayfield.

Celtic avoid European hangover to retain nine-point advantage

Brendan Rodgers’ side eased to a 2-0 win at Aberdeen this afternoon.

Mourinho keen to bury Conte hatchet with handshake

United beat Chelsea 2-1 earlier.

Guardiola wins first trophy as Man City boss with clinical display in Carabao Cup final

Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and David Silva all scored for City.

Roscommon hammer Louth while 14-man Clare enjoy win over Down

In Division 3, Armagh continued their winning run.

Six-in-a-row chasing Cork back to winning ways as Finn stars for the Rebels

Here is a round-up of the weekend’s round 4 action in the Lidl Ladies National Football League.

1-9 for Flynn as Galway defeat Dublin to set up promotion battle with Limerick

A six-point success for the All-Ireland champions in Parnell Park today.

Limerick book promotion decider, while Offaly gain second win of campaign

Limerick were 17-point winners over Antrim.

Five-try Ireland show clinical edge to claim bonus-point win over Wales

Adam Griggs’ side held off a Welsh fightback to finish strongly and rack up a big win.

Galway maintain 100% record in Division 1 with impressive victory over Kerry

The Tribesmen consigned Eamonn Fitzmaurice’s side to a second straight defeat.

Waterford pick up first league points of the season with victory over 14-man Cork

The Rebels lost captain Séamus Harnedy to a red card in the opening half.

Michael Breen bags 2-9 but finishes on losing side as Kilkenny edge Tipperary in thriller

Richie Leahy scored the winning point for Brian Cody’s side in stoppage-time.

Super sub Lingard scores decisive winner as Man United put champions to the sword

Jose Mourinho’s side scored two goals without reply to move six points clear of Chelsea in the Premier League.

As It Happened: Arsenal v Manchester City, Carabao Cup Final

Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and David Silva were all on target for City.

Cavan stay top of table with away victory as Cork suffer second league loss

A three-point win for the away team in Páirc Ui Chaoimh today.

Kane strikes late to rescue Spurs and strengthen hopes of a top-four spot

The decisive goal against Crystal Palace came in the 88th minute.

From TheJournal.ie 'A tragic loss': Young Gaelic football player dies after suffering serious injury during game Kerry

'A tragic loss': Young Gaelic football player dies after suffering serious injury during game

Aodhán O’Connor was injured during an U15 Kerry colleges game last week.

As it happened: Kerry v Galway, Donegal v Kildare, Cork v Cavan - GAA football match tracker

Big Division 1 games today in Tralee and Ballyshannon.

As it happened: Man United vs Chelsea, Premier League

Man United welcomed Chelsea to Old Trafford knowing nothing but a win would see them back into second place in the Premier League table.

This fella Ronaldo's a cod, Zeebs loves Scotland and more tweets of the week

Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.

Kante: 'We showed we have the ability to do something against Barcelona'

Chelsea were disappointed to be held by Barcelona, but N’Golo Kante says there is plenty to take from how they performed.

Jeremy Stephens the victor at UFC Orlando but Josh Emmett to contest controversial finish UFC On Fox 26 This post contains videos

Jeremy Stephens the victor at UFC Orlando but Josh Emmett to contest controversial finish

Stephens knocked Emmett out cold on Saturday inside the second round but the legality of his finish has been questioned.

The Irish Cool Runnings: How a group of elite rowers became Ireland's first Olympic bobsleigh team Feel The Rhythm This post contains videos

The Irish Cool Runnings: How a group of elite rowers became Ireland's first Olympic bobsleigh team

While the Jamaicans were creating history by creating an Olympic bobsleigh team, there was something very similar happening at home in Ireland.

Tiger Woods shoots first sub-70 round since 2015 while McIlroy slides back to seven-over

Woods moved up the leaderboard on Saturday at the Honda Classic, thanks to his first round in the 60s since 2015.

'We've had two years living in paradise but in this business you can't get too attached'

After plenty of chaos and confusion, Tipperary’s Richie Ryan is swapping Miami for Cincinnati and still chasing the MLS dream.

'For a lad coming over from Dublin at 15 to say you'd be at Arsenal for 20 years... I got very lucky really' Looking Back This post contains videos

'For a lad coming over from Dublin at 15 to say you'd be at Arsenal for 20 years... I got very lucky really'

Ahead of the Gunners’ League Cup final with Manchester City today, we chat to club legend David O’Leary.

Spanish rugby on a high as they close in on RWC19 place in Ireland's pool

A stunning win over Romania last weekend has Spain close to World Cup qualification.

'I would kick myself in the face if I was the fella who threw on a tracksuit and was jobs for the boys' Doc

'I would kick myself in the face if I was the fella who threw on a tracksuit and was jobs for the boys'

Donncha O’Callaghan is preparing to bring the curtain down on his professional career, and explains to The42 that he is looking forward to life at home with his young family in Cork.

McIlroy and Harrington sit down with Kimmage and the week's best sportswriting

It’s Sunday morning and you know what that means….. stick the kettle on and feast your eyes on some brilliant long reads.

Suarez treble and Messi masterclass settle Catalan clash as Barca dazzle

Suarez treble and Messi masterclass settle Catalan clash as Barca dazzle

Girona led through Portu at Barcelona but Luis Suarez’s hat-trick, a Lionel Messi double and Philippe Coutinho’s strike turned it around.

Last year's defeat in Edinburgh still rankles in Grand Slam-chasing Ireland squad

10 straight Test wins for Ireland set them on course for a mouth-watering meeting with Gregor Townsend’s impressive side.

Irish connections aplenty as New York gets its first professional rugby club

We spoke to founder James Kennedy and second row Dave Gannon about Rugby United New York.

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Russian athletes won't march under their own flag at Olympic closing ceremony

The decision follows two doping violations.

Ireland 'a work in progress' but limited prep time presents challenges ahead of Wales

Adam Griggs’ side host Wales at Donnybrook this afternoon.

Ireland well positioned to claim Six Nations but Schmidt concerned about defence

After Scotland’s win over England, Ireland are five points clear at the top of the table.

Yesterday’s News

Stunning action and 13 new champions make for memorable Elite finals night at National Stadium

It was a cracking National Senior Elite finals night on Dublin’s South Circular Road.

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