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Sunday 21 October, 2018

Favourites Nenagh beaten as Clonoulty/Rossmore land first Tipp title in 21 years

West Tipperary side hit the last four points of the game to claim the victory.

Leinster brought back down to earth with narrow defeat to thrilling Toulouse

Leo Cullen’s side led only once at Stade Ernest Wallon and came up short on a 28-27 scoreline.

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Chick scores 89th minute try after 39 phases as Newcastle snatch late win over Montpellier

Newcastle followed their away win over Toulon with another dramatic victory over French powerhouses Montpellier.

As it happened: Toulouse v Leinster, Champions Cup

We went minute-by-minute as the four-time champions met in France.

Mourinho's 'raw emotion' during Chelsea touchline drama is no problem for Gary Neville

The Man United boss was involved in ugly scenes after Chelsea denied his side a victory at Stamford Bridge.

Golf has a new world number one as Koepka dethrones Johnson following CJ Cup win

The three-time major winner overtook Dustin Johnson in the world rankings after winning in South Korea on Sunday.

Katie McCabe's portrait 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.

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LeBron James acts as peacemaker as LA Lakers home debut ends in ugly brawl

In his official home bow, LeBron and the Lakers were beaten 124-115 by the Houston Rockets.

Chasing Kona: From 60-a-day smoker to elite Ironman

Dubliner Rob Cummins gave up smoking at 27 and rose to the top of one of the world’s toughest endurance sports.

Zombie cockroaches, the AFC South and your NFL week 7 preview

The division continually flatters to deceive, says Steve O’Rourke.

'I expected a lot more': Taylor frustrated by negative Serrano and hopes her sister shows up for a scrap

‘I’d rather be knocked out while giving it my all than just survive for the 10 rounds,’ admitted a dissatisfied Katie Taylor.

Late slump and injuries a concern as Munster march ahead in pool race

There was a lot to like about the stars Munster had on show and the pool standings are in great shape given the stars they have done without.

'I don't regret it, I don't hold any bad feelings. Things happen for a reason'

Cork’s John Murphy on breaking through at Aston Villa, marking David Beckham and what might have been.

Changing seasons - from All-Ireland club final goalkeeper to Clare county final manager

Kevin Sheehan has filled different roles with Ballyea since St Patrick’s Day 2017.

'We got a glimmer of what we're capable of' - Ulster still a work in progress

Dan McFarland’s men had some superb attacking moments but came up well short against Racing 92.

Ireland's second fastest marathon runner ever on representing Australia and realising her potential at 41

Mayo native Sinead Diver reflects on her phenomenal Melbourne Marathon triumph.

Attacking champions Leinster keen for even better in Toulouse

Leo Cullen’s side were looking to build on the eight-try rout of Wasps.

Taylor toys with tough Cindy Serrano to retain titles in Boston as a 'Notorious' fan watches on

Taylor tormented Serrano for 10 rounds en route to a shutout victory.

James Tennyson falls short in first world title tilt as he’s stopped by classy Farmer

Tevin Farmer retained his belt with a sensational display at Boston’s TD Garden.

Gorey garda Niall Kennedy earns impressive win on big show in Boston

Kennedy was tackled to the floor at one stage by former mixed martial artist Brendan Barrett, but won a unanimous decision at TD Garden.

Saturday 20 October, 2018

Ireland women defeat Fiji in final World Rugby 7s group game

France and Canada enjoyed victories over the Irish earlier today.

'I feel s**t... I wouldn't want my kids to do that' - Zebo apologises to Lowry

The Racing 92 fullback taunted his opposite number as he scored a try in Paris.

Barca concern ahead of Clasico as Messi injured in win over Sevilla

After creating one goal and scoring another, Lionel Messi was replaced in the first half of Barcelona’s 4-2 victory.

Diarmuid O'Connor kicks superb winner as Ballintubber edge out Breaffy in Mayo final

Cillian O’Connor dispatched 0-7 to help his side to their fourth title since 2010.

Duhallow edge closer to first Cork senior crown since 1991 after epic semi-final trilogy

The North Cork region prevailed in what was the third installment between these two teams.

Champions! Kelleher on the double as Leinster A overcome Scarlets to secure inaugural Celtic Cup

Leinster finish their campaign with a clean sweep of wins as they celebrate their triumph.

New Villa boss Smith gets off to a winning start, Leeds miss chance to go top

West Brom also failed to regain number one spot in the Championship.

Edinburgh outclass troubled Toulon, while Wasps and Bath play out thrilling draw

Wasps, without Christian Wade, battled back to draw.

Defending champions Lansdowne clinch first win of new season while Shannon hammer Terenure

Here’s what happened in Division 1A of the All-Ireland league over the weekend.

Family affair as former Limerick boss TJ Ryan leads Garryspillane to Limerick intermediate glory

His brothers David and Donie, and son Colin played key roles in the victory.

Salah gets his scoring mojo back to snap Liverpool's winless run

The Egypt star’s clever first-half finish proved to be the difference between Liverpool and Huddersfield.

Zebo rounds off BP win for Racing as Ulster let early lead slip in Paris

Dan McFarland’s side were well-beaten in the end.

Juve's winning run ends despite record Ronaldo goal

Genoa claiming a deserved 1-1 draw in Turin.

As it happened: Breaffy v Ballintubber, Mayo football final

County team-mates Aidan O’Shea and Cillian O’Connor were among the big names on show tonight.

Celtic survive late scare to seal third league victory in succession

Odsonne Edouard scored twice for the league champions.

Shelmaliers win first ever Wexford football crown while Sarsfields advance to Galway hurling semis

Simon Donohoe, AJ Lehane, Ross Banville and Eoghan Nolan all hit the net against Kilanerin.

'Do we constantly want to see 14 play 15?': Ackermann fumes at Cipriani red card

‘If you hit your car it’s an accident. Get on a plane, maybe it’s going to fall,’ argued Ackermann as he called on officials to judge intent behind tackles.

Splash zone! Chris Ashton hat-trick gives Sale a bonus-point win against Connacht

Sale too strong for Andy Friend’s experimental side.

In-form Lamela settles London derby as Spurs climb into top four

Elsewhere in the Premier League, Cardiff beat Fulham 4-2.