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Today’s News

Palace win a 'massive relief' for Liverpool boss Klopp

The Reds were forced to come from behind to prevail in Saturday’s seven-goal thriller.

Casemiro wonder goal helps Madrid defeat Sevilla Take A Bow This post contains videos

Casemiro wonder goal helps Madrid defeat Sevilla

Los Blancos began the day 10 points adrift of leaders Barcelona

Martin O'Neill's first game back in management ends in defeat

The Derry native, a former Forest player, could not inspire a win on his return today, as the hosts were beaten 1-0 by Bristol City.

Fitzgibbon points Charleville to All-Ireland intermediate club final despite late scare

The Cork side beat Kilkenny’s Graigue-Ballycallan by two points at Semple Stadium.

Connacht face Sale rematch as Challenge Cup quarter-final line-up confirmed

Andy Friend’s side will travel to the AJ Bell Stadium on the last weekend of March.

Newcastle secure big win, Southampton's revival continues

In addition, Bournemouth beat West Ham 2-0 with goals from Callum Wilson and Josh King.

Pogba claims eighth of the season, as Man United make it 7 in a row for Solskajer

The Red Devils are now just three points behind fourth-place Chelsea.

Saracens see off Glasgow to advance to quarter-finals as top seeds

The English side will pose a serious threat to Leinster’s European crown this season.

Ulster produce rousing comeback in Leicester to claim a precious quarter-final

The northern province have reached the knock-out stages for the first time since 2014.

Salah scores landmark goal as Liverpool survive scare to extend lead at top

Man City have a chance to reduce Jurgen Klopp’s side’s deficit to four points if they win at Huddersfield tomorrow

Carty's last-gasp intercept sends Connacht through to Challenge Cup quarter-finals

The western province came back from the dead to snatch victory over Bordeaux this afternoon.

Joe Canning's 0-13 inspires Galway to Walsh Cup victory over Wexford

The talismanic forward scored 13 points to guide the Tribesmen to a convincing victory over Davy Fitzgerald’s side.

LIVE: Munster v Exeter, Heineken Champions Cup

Keep up to date with all the minute-by-minute action from Thomond Park.

Thurles CBS book place in Harty Cup semi-final after victory over St John the Baptist CS

The sides shared 66 scores when they met 10 days ago.

Former Springbok Lambie retires from rugby after succession of head injuries

The 28-year-old suffered two serious collisions in the space of a year between 2016 and 2017.

Pochettino namechecks 16-year-old Irish striker as potential replacement for Harry Kane

The Spurs manager has a number of options available to replace the injured forward, including Dubliner Troy Parrott.

Tomic's father threatens 'liar' Hewitt with legal action

He also denied that he had threatened the Australian Davis Cup captain’s family.

Controversial handpass rule ditched but four others to remain under trial through league

The GAA’s Central Council met at Croke Park today to decide on the proposed Gaelic football rule changes.

'One of the games of the season' - Incredible scenes as Wolves clinch 7-goal thriller in stoppage time

A Diego Jota hat-trick inspired his side to a late victory over Leicester.

As It Happened: Bordeaux v Connacht, Leicester v Ulster - European rugby updates

It was a busy afternoon of Challenge Cup and Champions Cup action.

England captain Farrell emerges as a doubt for massive Ireland clash

Saracens boss Mark McCall say the out-half will be back in seven to 10 days’ time.

As it happened: Liverpool v Crystal Palace, Man United v Brighton, Premier League

Liverpool faced Crystal Palace and Man United taking on Brighton on a busy day of Premier League action.

Shane Lowry completes dream start to 2019 and wins big in Abu Dhabi Proud Day This post contains videos

Shane Lowry completes dream start to 2019 and wins big in Abu Dhabi

The Offaly man produced a brilliant comeback to seal a first tournament win since 2015.

Liverpool manager Klopp dismisses Coutinho comeback rumours

‘I would not say it is a potential transfer or a likely one,’ he said, uninterested.

Arsenal boss Emery admits Chelsea loss would end Gunners' top-four hopes

The club are currently six points off the Champions League places

Liverpool defender Alexander-Arnold tied down as he signs new long-term deal

The 20-year-old has pledged his future to his boyhood club.

The one-time Irish wonderkid now back at Liverpool Unbreakable This post contains videos

The one-time Irish wonderkid now back at Liverpool

Once considered Ireland’s next big thing, Richie Partridge on how his failure to make it as a top-level footballer opened up a new path.

‘I’d go all out for Pochettino’ - Give Olé a chance but United should target Spurs boss, says Rooney

The DC United striker believes his old team need to pull out all the stops to lure the Tottenham manager to Old Trafford.

Serena and Djokovic relentlessly march on Down Under but there are scares elsewhere Australian Open This post contains videos

Serena and Djokovic relentlessly march on Down Under but there are scares elsewhere

Osaka and Svitolina were put through their paces.

McNamara excited by addition of Saracens centre to Ireland U20 ranks

Oliver Morris has come through the IRFU’s IQ Rugby programme.

'Any athlete that wants to compete at senior international level and leaves Ireland now - I think they’re making a huge mistake'

Swim Ireland’s National Performance Director Jon Rudd talks about the changes to Irish swimming since his appointment after the Rio Olympics.

Cullen dismisses suggestion salary cap stops English sides competing

‘Saracens usually do a very good job, don’t they?’

The last Irishman to play a Champions League game is on the hunt for promotion in England

Eoghan O’Connell is aiming for a return to League One next season.

'That's something people can get lost in... at the end of the day it is our hobby'

Dublin star Niamh Collins leads a busy life, both on and off the pitch.

'It needs to be a win': Friend's Connacht head to France with a clear focus

The western province can round off an excellent week by securing a Challenge Cup quarter-final berth today.

The contrasting fortunes of those making Preston the most Irish club in England

Andy Boyle and Kevin O’Connor are on their way out.

Another strong finish required from Munster in showstopping battle with Chiefs

The finish line is in sight and Munster have proven adept at closing over the years.

McCloskey and Ulster look to take the next step in Europe

Dan McFarland’s side face Leicester Tigers later bidding to reach the knockout stages for the first time in five years.

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