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Here’s what the world of sport brought us on Monday.

David Hawkshaw celebrates at the final whistle Belvedere College's David Hawkshaw celebrates after today's thrilling win against Blackrock College. Source: Gary Carr/INPHO

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Mick Kearney and Conor Murray Ireland team manager Mick Kearney and scrum-half Conor Murray speaking to the media today at Carton House. Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

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The Best Thing We Shared

Conor McGregor’s bid to make history is creeping up on us — 11 days to go! — and the UFC have released another excellent promo to whet the appetite.

Source: UFC - Ultimate Fighting Championship/YouTube

Where We Were Today

Murray Kinsella was at Carton House to get the latest from the Ireland squad ahead of this weekend’s trip to Twickenham, Sean Farrell caught up with the U20 squad in Sandymount, Ryan Bailey was with members of the Ireland cricket team in Malahide, and head coach John Kavanagh treated us to a Snapchat tour of Straight Blast Gym.

On The Record

They have played quite well. With Eddie Jones in charge they seem to be a confident group. They are getting a bit of momentum up and they will be fully confident that they can go out and get a victory against us.”

Conor Murray tees up Ireland’s Six Nations clash with England at Twickenham on Saturday.

The Fixture List

The last-16 stage of the Champions League continues with two more first-leg ties as Arsenal welcome Barcelona to the Emirates and Juventus play host to Bayern Munich in Turin — both with 7:45pm kick-off times.

Showbiz, baby!

Never change, Dan Carter.

Source: Sports Clip/YouTube

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