15ú Márta 2011: Coláiste na Sceilge 3-09, Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 3-06
- Pochettino focused on the title after derby success
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino remains focused solely on the race for the Premier League title, after victory over Arsenal in the last north London derby at White Hart Lane.
- Selby fights back but advantage Higgins in world final
John Higgins thought his days as a Crucible contender were gone but a fifth Betfred World Championship title is in his sights after he secured a three-frame overnight lead in the final against Mark Se …
- Team bonding key to Saracens success, says Mark McCall
Mark McCall insists Saracens' squad-bonding trips have been instrumental in developing the team spirit which has underpinned the club's success.
- Clement accuses Rashford of deceiving referee
Swansea boss Paul Clement accused Manchester United's Marcus Rashford of having "deceived" referee Neil Swarbrick to win a penalty in the 1-1 draw between the sides at Old Trafford.
- Leinster SHC: Laois close to QF, Kerry beat Westmeath
All four teams will go into the final weekend of games in the Leinster round robin series with aspirations of reaching the knockout stages of the Leinster senior hurling championship, with wins for Ke …
- Joshua plots next move after passing Klitschko test
Anthony Joshua has already started plotting how he can continue improving as a fighter after so impressively passing his greatest test by beating Wladimir Klitschko.
- Cork produce huge second half performance to beat Derry
Cork were singing in the rain at the Coralstown Kinnegad grounds, producing a power-packed second half performance to win the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues Division 2 title.
- Chelsea take a major step towards the title
Chelsea's title credentials have not really been in doubt for several months but the manner of their 3-0 win over Everton suggests they are no mood to allow nerves to get the better of them.
- Muntari storms off pitch following racial abuse
Sulley Muntari walked off the pitch in protest during Pescara's clash with Cagliari on Sunday having been booked after reporting racist abuse to the referee.
- Rochford the hero as Wexford escape with a draw
Captain Fiona Rochford's last-gasp free salvaged a 2-06 to 0-12 draw for Wexford in a gripping Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 3 final against Tipperary.