Munster 13 Glasgow Warriors 31 Paul O'Connell's glittering Munster career came to an end in sorry defeat at Ravenhill tonight as Glasgow Warriors put on a show to win the Guinness Pro12 final in storming fashion.
Their growing confidence inside the whitewash is at long last being matched by their words off it; Tipperary football speak has never been so bold or assertive.
FAI boss John Delaney does not support calls for a World Cup boycott following Sepp Blatter’s re-election as Fifa president.
Guinness Pro12 final
Munster v Glasgow
Today: Kingspan Stadium, 6.30pm
TV: TG4, Sky Sports, BBC 2 Scotland
Referee: Nigel Owens
When I stepped down from Dublin last September, I was barely back down the M7 when some people already thought I had relocated to Galway.
With good reason, Shane Lowry admitted to embarrassment and shame and letting family and friends down after an outburst of temper during yesterday’s second round of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open probably cost him the chance of capturing the title for the second time in six years.
Just a week after registering his first racecourse success on Funny How in Cork, teenager Jack Kennedy hit the headlines with a double, on Eshtiaal and Mutadrik, for Gordon Elliott in Down Royal last night.
In the next few weeks, you’ll be hearing a lot more about him, the European Olympics and Baku.