15ú Márta 2011: Coláiste na Sceilge 3-09, Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 3-06
- 'Not many Italians could name a current Irish player'
The view from Croatia, Denmark, Italy and Switzerland on the prospect of being matched with the Republic of Ireland in today's 2018 World Cup play-off draw.
- Tiger Woods gets green light to step up rehab
Tiger Woods has been given the green light by his doctor to step up his rehabilitation from back surgery with no restrictions, according to his agent.
- Wales hooker Baldwin feared losing hand after lion bite
Wales hooker Scott Baldwin has revealed he was in danger of losing his left hand to an infection after being bitten while petting a lion in South Africa last month.
- AFL criticised as transgender player ruled ineligible
The Australian Football League has come under fire after ruling a transgender footballer ineligible for selection a day before the national draft for the professional women's competition.
- Bit-part role for McClean in Leicester-WBA draw
Leicester were unable to end their home hoodoo against West Brom after a 1-1 draw at the King Power Stadium.
- FAI confirms Cork v Derry will go ahead
Turner's Cross has suffered serious damage due to Hurricane Ophelia with the roof partially collapsing on one of the stands but the FAI have confirmed that the Cork City game against Derry City w …
- Gatland 'hurt' by O'Brien comments and quits Lions
Warren Gatland has ruled himself out of contention to coach the British and Irish Lions in 2021 and said he was "hurt" by Sean O'Brien's criticism of the coaching staff
- Madrid game a marker of Spurs progress under Pochettino
Despite the loss of Gareth Bale and Luka Modric to Real Madrid, Spurs are a different beast to the team that lost in the Bernabeu six years ago, writes Ben Norland.
- Michael O'Neill: NI is least favoured nation in playoff
Michael O'Neill hopes Northern Ireland's series of surprises continue in the play-offs as the smallest nation in today's draw wait to find out who stands between them and the World Cup.
- Aidan O'Shea dedicates win to lost team-mate
An emotional Aidan O'Shea held back tears as he remembered team-mate David Gavin and 12-year-old Faye Lavin in his speech after Breaffy claimed the Division 1A League title.