We’ll Leave it There So: Shefflin wins 13th All-Ireland, Roscrea secure cup and all today’s sport

Home / We’ll Leave it There So: Shefflin wins 13th All-Ireland, Roscrea secure cup and all today’s sport

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(Ballyhale’s Henry Shefflin celebrates with the cup)

HomeIt’s been a busy day in the world of schools’ rugby, with Roscrea, Rockwell and RBAI all triumphing in Leinster, Munster and Ulster respectively.Corofin have won their first All-Ireland senior club football crown in 17 years, while Ballyhale Shamrocks are the All-Ireland senior club hurling champions for a record sixth time.Kilkenny GAA legend Henry Shefflin has said he will make a definitive decision on his future in the sport “within the next week”.St Pat’s Cavan have reached the Hogan Cup semi-final after beating St Pat’s Dungannon.Irish rugby pundit Neil Francis has defended his controversial comments in relation to Warren Gatland.


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A police chief has admitted responsibility for 96 deaths at Hillsborough.The ‘world’s worst team,’ Bhutan, have moved one step closer to World Cup qualification.Warren Gatland has made two enforced changes for Wales’ Six Nations clash with Italy on Saturday.Signing Raheem Sterling would cost Man City £100million, according to Manuel Pellegrini.At 24-years-old, a San Francisco 49ers NFL player has made a landmark decision by announcing his retirement.Former Holland coach Dick Advocaat has been confirmed as the new Sunderland manager.The best thing we shared today

The success of Bhutan, the so-called ‘world’s worst team,’ will brighten up your day.

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On the record

Rugby pundit George Hook shows no signs of sentimentality when speaking about his imminent retirement.

Where we were today

Fintan O’Toole and Niall Kelly were at Croke Park for all today’s big GAA action.

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Fixture listThere’s plenty of Eirgrid U21 Football Championship action in Ulster, Leinster, Connacht and Munster.The Champions League round of 16 comes to a conclusion, with tomorrow’s games including Man City’s clash away to Barcelona.Garbally take on Summerhill in the Connacht Schools Rugby Final at the Sportsground.Showbiz, baby!

For the day that’s in it, we give you 17 times sports made us incredibly proud to be Irish.

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