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All time
# Road to France
POLL: Will Ireland qualify for Euro 2016?
Martin O’Neill names his squad for the make-or-break qualifiers against Germany and Poland this afternoon.
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'Win our next 3 games and the first half of the season is forgotten' -- Gordon D'Arcy
Leinster have “made things hard” for themselves, but the veteran centre refuses to lose heart when the Champions Cup final is a step away.
# matched
Leinster come from 20 down to share eight tries in thrilling draw with Glasgow
Last year’s finalists both take three points from a brilliant match.
# Squeaky Bum Time
Stakes couldn't be higher for Ireland as race for quarter-finals hots up
It’s not quite make-or-break yet but the significance of tonight’s game against Zimbabwe cannot be understated.
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Here are the last 16 teams through to the Champions League knockout stages
Manchester City joined Chelsea and Arsenal as the three Premier League teams into next Monday’s draw.
# Fond farewell
Encore for Cullen and O'Driscoll the major motivator for Leinster -- McGrath
Leinster’s international want to finish the season top of the pile, and that means beating Edinburgh,
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9 reasons to get PUMPED about this weekend's Pro12 action
Three provinces are done with the Heineken Cup for good, but domestic league coming to the boil nicely.
# brazil bound
Road To Rio - What European teams can still qualify for the World Cup?
Here’s the state of play in the nine groups ahead of the last two rounds of games.
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Race For Sam: The 8 teams left in the hunt for September glory
The aspirations of the remaining sides competing in the All-Ireland senior football championship are assessed.
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Olympic Breakfast: John Joe Nevin on the brink of glory
Also, time to find out who the fastest man in the world is. No pressure.
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Na takes narrow lead into the final day at Sawgrass
Kevin Na leads Matt Kuchar by one shot after three rounds of The Players Championship.
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Barstooler: Five things we learned from this weekend's League of Ireland action
As we enter the final week of domestic action, the picture is becoming a little bit clearer in both the Premier and First Divisions of the Airtricity League.
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Trap awaits another date with destiny
“We have only done 50% of the job because there is now the play-off,” the Italian said after Ireland’s crucial 2-1 win.
Andorra v Ireland
Andorra may be one of the worst teams in the world but they’ve proved proficient at blocking out big teams. Would Ireland be frustrated on a huge night? Find out here.
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The Happy Camper: the long and winding road...
It’s the morning after the night before and the lads head out for a bit of a bird-watch. Literally.
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Baddeley, Mahan tied for the lead at East Lake
“I honestly didn’t think that was a possibility,” Mahan said after holing a 20-foot birdie putt on the 18th for a 66.
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Airtricity: Bohs look to keep up momentum as Derry visit Dalymount
A look ahead to Friday evening’s action in the Airtricity Premier Division…
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We've just been handed the Galway team-sheet
John McIntyre has named his side to face Davy Fitzgerald’s Déise this weekend.