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We'll Leave It There So: Euro boost for Connacht, Rebels drop experienced stars and all today's sport

Here’s what the world of sport served up on Tuesday.

Colm Cavanagh and Colin Fennelly Colm Cavanagh and Colin Fennelly at today's Etihad Airways GAA World Games launch at Croke Park. Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

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John Muldoon Connacht captain John Muldoon at today's training session at the Sportsground. Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

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The ending to last night’s NCAA Basketball Championship game was absolutely mad…

Source: NCAA March Madness/YouTube

Where we were today

Murray Kinsella was at the Sportsground in Galway as Connacht prepared for this weekend’s clash with Grenoble.

On the record

He is a legitimate contender and a legitimate guy that we can row in behind and look forward to watching compete.”

Paul McGinley gives Shane Lowry his seal of approval ahead of tee-off at the Masters at Augusta on Thursday.

The fixture list

  • Champions League quarter-final first legs: Wolfsburg vs. Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain vs. Manchester City (both 7.45pm)
  • EirGrid Ulster U21 football final: Monaghan vs. Tyrone, Athletic Grounds, 8pm
  • Electric Ireland Munster MHC first round: Waterford vs. Cork, Walsh Park, 6.30pm; Limerick vs. Clare, Gaelic Grounds, 7pm

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