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Jack O'Toole

Jack O'Toole
22-year-old journalism student who writes about sports from time to time. Follow Jack on Twitter at @jackjotoole

Winners And Losers – Scotland v Ireland

Ireland

Scotland kicked off their 2017 Six Nations campaign with a stunning 27-22 win over Ireland at Murrayfield. Saturday’s win marked the first time since 2006 that Scotland had won a Six Nations opener as a brace from Stuart Hogg and an opportunistic try from Alex Dunbar was enough to stave off the challenge of a resurgent Ireland who mounted a …

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Five Quick Conclusions From England V France

England v France - RBS Six Nations

England maintained their unbeaten record under Eddie Jones with a 19-16 win over France at Twickenham. Four penalties and a conversion from Owen Farrell and a late Ben Te’o try were enough to seal England the win after substitute prop Rabah Slimani put France ahead by finishing off an excellent team try. The loss of the Vunipola brothers, Billy and Mako, along …

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Scotland v Ireland Player Ratings

Scotland v Ireland - RBS Six Nations

Scotland secured their first home Six Nations win in more than 10 years on Saturday with a 27-22 win over Ireland at Murrayfield. A Stuart Hogg brace and an opportunistic try from Alex Dunbar was enough to see Scotland stave off a late Irish fightback as Vern Cotter sealed his first win over Ireland from five attempts. Ireland were underwhelming …

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Watch: Stuart Hogg Rips Through Irish Defence To Score

Scotland v Ireland - RBS Six Nations

Scotland fullback Stuart Hogg has been the consensus pick to be the British & Irish Lions Test fullback during this summer’s tour of New Zealand and it’s not hard to see why. The Glasgow outside back opened the scoring for Scotland after capitalising on a long bounce pass from clubmate Finn Russell before ripping the Irish defence wide open with a …

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Exclusive: Chris Fields “If A Fight Goes To A Decision That Just Means The Teacher Broke It Up”

Chris Fields

Later this month, and nearly a year to the day since his last fight, SBG’s Chris Fields will headline Bellator MMA’s first show in Belfast against former Bellator Light Heavyweight champion Liam McGeary. Fields, who defeated Dan Konecke in his Light Heavyweight debut at BAMMA 24 last February, will face McGeary in the main event of Bellator 173, in what will be McGeary’s first fight since …

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Exclusive: James Gallagher Talks New Money, Online Hate And Chasing World Titles

James Gallagher

December 16 2016 was the biggest night of James Gallagher’s blossoming young career. ‘The Strabanimal’ submitted the wildly unorthodox Anthony Taylor with a rear-naked choke 1:52 into the third round to secure his fifth professional win and his fourth pro victory via submission. As Gallagher leapt up off the canvas following referee Marc Goddard’s intervention, the 20-year-old sprinted towards the opposite side of …

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Dana White Tells Amanda Nunes To ‘Pump The Brakes’ On Two Weight Championship Goals

Dana White UFC Fight Night Press Conference

UFC President Dana White has told UFC Women’s Bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes to ‘pump the brakes’ on her Featherweight title ambitions after Nunes said that she has plans on moving up to Featherweight to compete with the winner of Holly Holm and Germaine de Randamie. Holm and de Randamie will fight for the inaugural UFC Women’s Featherweight Championship at UFC 208 next month …

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