15ú Márta 2011: Coláiste na Sceilge 3-09, Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 3-06
- Nibali doesn't want Vuelta crown if Froome stripped
Vincenzo Nibali is not interested in winning this year's Vuelta a Espana race by default if champion Chris Froome is stripped of his title for exceeding the limit for an asthma medication.
- Anthony Joshua ready to 'rock and roll' with Tyson Fury
Current heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua is ready to "rock and roll" with Tyson Fury whenever the former champion wants to get in the ring with him.
- Everton trip reminds Swansea boss of Ancelotti sacking
Paul Clement returns to Everton for the first time since the sacking of his Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti in 2011 aiming to dismiss doubts over his own Swansea future.
- Fancy running the GAA? Paraic Duffy's job advertised
If you have a third level business qualification, good knowledge of the Irish language and a passion for Gaelic games then this might be the job for you.
- Connacht introduce extra terracing for Ulster clash
Extra terracing is to be in place for Connacht's interprovincial derby with Ulster at the Sportsground on 23 December due to increased demand for tickets.
- Police investigating alleged racial assault on Sterling
Greater Manchester Police are investigating an incident of alleged racially aggravated assault on Manchester City's Raheem Sterling at the weekend.
- Australia reclaim Ashes with WACA demolition
Australia thrashed England by an innings and 41 runs in the third test in Perth on Monday to reclaim the Ashes with two matches to spare
- Waterford snap up Holohan from Galway United
Waterford FC have confirmed the signing of Gavan Holohan from Galway United.
- O'Neill & Sadlier give verdicts on Dundalk takeover
Michael O'Neill and Richie Sadlier have given a cautious welcome to Dundalk's expected takeover by American owners but warned expectations of challenging Europe's elite might be unreali …
- Man City confident Pep will stay longer at club
Manchester City are confident manager Pep Guardiola will stay at the club beyond his initial three-year contract, Press Association Sport understands.