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Your Guide To A Jam-Packed Day Of Irish Sport

This weekend has already seen some incredible sporting events with Leinster’s PRO14 triumph over Scarlets and Liverpool’s heart-breaking loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League final taking centre-stage on Saturday.  There is no shortage of action on Sunday as GAA takes centre stage so here is our guide to all of today’s sport. GAA Munster Senior Hurling Championship:  Round 2 …

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Wayne Barnes With Really Classy Gesture To Schalk Brits After Premiership Final

The curtain came down on the illustrious Saracens career of Schalk Brits yesterday as he signed off with a Premiership title at Twickenham.  Saracens put in a dominating performance to emerge 27-10 winners and in doing so, denied the Exeter Chiefs the opportunity to become back-to-back champions. Brits, who has been with Saracens for nine years, was introduced in the second …

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Watch: Jordan Larmour Produces Outrageous Skill To Score Incredible Try

Larmour

Jordan Larmour produced a moment of magic at the Aviva in Leinster’s Pro14 final victory over Scarlets. The province overcame their Welsh opponents 40-32 in a highly-entertaining clash in Dublin, one in which Leo Cullen’s side had built up a considerable advantage before Scarlets staged a late fightback. As the game ticked towards the hour mark, Larmour conjured up a …

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Leinster On Another Level As They Power Past Scarlets To PRO14 Triumph

Sean McMahon reporting from the Aviva Stadium.  Leinster have secured a historic European and domestic double after they emerged 40-32 victors over Scarlets in the Guinness PRO14 final this evening. First-half tries from Devin Toner and James Lowe gave Leinster breathing space going into the second half before Sean Cronin, Jack Conan and a bit of magic from Jordan Larmour …

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Brian O’Driscoll: Joey Carbery “Has To Go” To Munster

Leinster face off against the Scarlets this evening with the hope of securing a historic European and domestic double but regardless of the result, the future of Joey Carbery should be known soon after.  Carbery has been the subject of considerable speculation surrounding his immediate playing future, with Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt keen to move the Kiwi-born flyhalf to …

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Rory McIlroy Is Absolutely Flying At The BMW PGA Championship

Northern Irish golf star Rory McIlroy played such a sublime second round of golf at the PGA Championship on Friday he had defending champion Alex Noren quipping about early retirement. The 29-year-old quadruple major winner carded a bogey-free seven-under par 65 to move to 12 under and a three-shot lead over young Englishman Sam Horsfield and French journeyman Sebastien Gros, …

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