Saturday 18 February, 2017
Pat Lam’s side had five points to spare.
The O’Moore County secured their first points of the Division 1B campaign.
Ger Cunningham’s men bounced back to earn an eight-point victory at Páirc Uí Rinn tonight.
Goals from Pedro and Diego Costa were enough to send the Premier League leaders into the quarter-finals.
There were also wins for Lansdowne, Garryowen, Cork Constitution and Young Munster.
They edged past Ospreys in the dying minutes of play.
The Hoops are now 31 games unbeaten after seeing off Motherwell at Parkhead.
It was a busy opening day in the Littlewoods Camogie League.
Ger Cunningham’s young Dubs faced a Cork side high on confidence.
A big win for the Kilkenny side today.
With five weeks to the World Cup qualifier against Ireland, the 27-year-old came off the bench to score in a 2-0 win over Espanyol today.
Les Kiss’s side ran out convincing winners at Kingspan Stadium this afternoon.
Middlesbrough also progressed to the last-eight with a win over Oxford United.
Colin Tizzard says “he’s as good as he’s ever been” after the 11-year-old won by 15 lengths this afternoon.
The Belfast outfit came back from two goals down in the first three minutes to win their second-ever Sigerson title.
It was a historic day for the Cork champions after a junior decider of the highest quality in Croke Park.
The controversial Burnley midfielder was in the thick of the action during their FA Cup defeat to Lincoln City.
The Tipp side had a comprehensive win over Cork’s St Colman’s College.
The former Ireland and Crystal Palace striker joined Max Rushden, Paul Merson and Rachel Riley on the show last night.
The Green will meet St Brendan’s Killarney in next Saturday’s final.
It’s set to be a busy afternoon in HQ.
The Imps got the better of Premier League side Burnley thanks to a late header from Sean Raggett.
It was the second-fastest hat-trick in La Liga history.
Could St Mary’s pull off one last shock to claim a first Sigerson title in 28 years? We had live minute-by-minute coverage.
Throw-in at the Gaelic Grounds is at 2pm.
Cian O’Connor’s double clear steers Ireland to Ocala win.
It comes as the youngster’s second UCI Track World Cup gold medal.
“Barca will be back and prove you wrong,” Guardiola warns after Champions League nightmare.
Football community sends love and congratulations to Ireland international and his partner.
Plus, the three certainties in life — death, taxes and Arjen Robben cutting in on his left foot.
Connacht’s Eoghan Masterson is back playing after a severe knee injury that could have ended his career.
Killian Brennan chats to The42 about the new season ahead with his hometown club.
Cork City manager John Caulfield has confirmed that Kenny Browne is set to join Waterford FC.
Sarah O’Donovan shares her turbulent story with The42.
Joe Schmidt is pleased to see his forwards looking more comfortable when passing the ball.
With four Irish riders on their roster, An Post-Chain Reaction are targeting a big 2017.
The 33-year-olds remain important players for Ireland.
'When I saw the tears in Busby's eyes, I realised the depth of their relationship and what George turned away'
Inside ‘George Best: All By Himself,’ an extraordinary, sobering look at the life and times of George Best.
Today the Fermoy school return to the Munster colleges hurling showpiece.
Friday 17 February, 2017
Jordan Spieth enhanced his chances of claiming back-to-back wins before the severe winds brought an early end to Day Two in California.