Cathal Ó Bambaire netted a hat-trick for winners Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne.
Straight out of Teen Wolf.
Ryan Flynn and John Brayford scored the decisive goals.
Two goals from Jamie Byrne helped Kilkenny CBS triumph today in Nowlan Park.
Join us for all the updates on what promises to be another hectic afternoon of football.
Key games take place today in Semple Stadium, Nowlan Park and Walsh Park.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti deals with incident after video of €32m midfielder emerges.
The Chelsea manager did concede that his side had all but achieved their initial objective of guaranteeing a top four place.
World champion Seb Ogier looks set to win the WRC Rally of Mexico for a second straight year.
The dark grey item went missing in the early hours of this morning.
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The reigning European, World and Olympic champion collected another Irish senior title last night.
Bruce Arena’s side were beaten 1-0 in their MLS opener last night.
TheScore.ie chats to Nick Townsend, close associate of Barney Curley and author of a new book on the professional gambler.
That O’Driscoll fella wasn’t the only magician at work yesterday.
Dublin had ten points to spare over Kildare at Croke Park.
Rob Kearney experiences a REAL rugby ruck and the nation says goodbye to a legend.
After first away win since 2012, Saint-Andre confident home advantage will prove telling against Ireland
Scott Johnson, meanwhile, can’t quite understand how Scotland were denied a big scalf against France.
Roddy Collins returns to Tallaght this evening to take on (one of his many) former clubs, Shamrock Rovers.
42 years of travelling to Paris and Ireland have a win and a draw to show for their efforts.
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Plus, a detailed analysis of the recent Ireland-Wales game and an interview with Willie Mullins ahead of Cheltenham.
Eoin Reddan says any ideas that Ireland travel to Paris as favourites are wide of the mark.
The man with 14 majors shot a six-under-par 66 to come back in contention, but Patrick Reed tops the leaderboard ahead of the final day.
When will we see his likes again?
The Dublin player suffered the injury in action against Kildare tonight.
John Russell was the architect of the Bit O’Red’s comeback.
The Dubliner took his highly ranked opponent the distance in London this evening.
Zach Kibirige evaded five Welshmen and bashed another on his way to a 70-metre score.
As the veteran centre attempted to deflect praise, Paul O’Connell says the skill of the man continues to amaze.
The visitors hit the front early on but The Orchard County answered in force.
Kevin McManamon hit 0-8 for Dublin as they triumphed tonight.
The Munster scrum-half was physically sick last night and felt unwell again after a knock to the ribs in the first half today.
The outside centre made her Ireland debut in 2001.
O’Driscoll shows his class, Italians fade after Irish onslaught and Joe Schmidt’s men are showing consistency.
The final took place in Croke Park this evening.
The teams met in Croke Park tonight with league points at stake.
The Scots thought they had achieved an upset but indiscipline cost them in the closing stages.
Steven Caulker scored twice as the Welsh side secured a much-needed victory.
The visitors held firm for 30 minutes before the floodgates opened.