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Members Of France Rugby Squad Taken In For Questioning Over Alleged Brawl In Edinburgh

***Update*** Police Scotland have since confirmed that French players were actually being interviewed as “potential witnesses” after reports of an incident in Edinburgh in the early hours of Monday morning. Police in Edinburgh have grounded a plane scheduled to carry the France rugby squad back home following their NatWest Six Nations defeat to Scotland at Murrayfield on Sunday and have taken a …

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Bernard Brogan’s Season Could Be Over Due To Knee Injury

Bernard Brogan was initially named in the Dublin team to face Donegal in Croke Park on Saturday evening, but shortly before the Allianz Football League Division 1 clash, it was announced that the star forward would not actually play a role, either as a starter or a substitute. Brogan was replaced on the team-sheet by St. Brigid’s club man Paddy Andrews. …

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Watch: Blaydes Shows Great Chin, Real Heart To Survive Early Crisis And Beat Hunt At UFC 221

Once-beaten American heavyweight prospect Curtis Blaydes scored the most significant win of his career thus far in Perth, Western Australia on Saturday night, beating Mark Hunt via unanimous decision over three rounds in the co-main event of UFC 221. If it wasn’t for his phenomenal chin, resiliency, heart, and composure, however, Blaydes wouldn’t have even made it out of the …

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Video: Hunt & Others Star In Hilarious ‘Things Never Said While Watching UFC’ Sketch

Several UFC stars feature in this new comedy sketch from Troy Kinne & Co. Ahead of the UFC 221 event in Perth this weekend, Australian comedian Troy Kinne teamed up with some of the top UFC talent from down under and put together a cracking comedy sketch called ‘Things never said while watching UFC.’ The video features commendable comic performances from Aussie …

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Tributes Pour In For Former Ireland Midfielder Liam Miller

Tributes have been pouring in for former Ireland international midfielder Liam Miller who died on Friday following a battle with cancer aged just 36 Miller’s former clubs, Manchester United, Celtic, Hibernian, Sunderland, Leeds United, and Cork City have extended condolences to the Cork native’s family in the last few hours, while a host of other clubs from the League of …

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