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15 January 2019 16:12 Wales boss Gatland thinks France clash is key to winning Six Nations

Warren Gatland believes that Wales’ Guinness Six Nations opener against France is potentially their toughest assignment of this season’s tournament. Wales tackle Les Bleus in Paris on February 1 during a campaign that also sees them meet reigning Six Nations champions Ireland and Eddie Jones’ England at the Principality Stadium. And head coach Gatland 298

14 January 2019 22:19 Wales forward Taulupe Faletau suffers broken arm – reports

Wales number eight Taulupe Faletau looks set to miss the Guinness Six Nations after breaking his arm again, according to reports. Faletau, a British and Irish Lion, suffered a fractured forearm playing for Bath in October and missed the autumn international series. The 28-year-old returned for his club in Saturday’s 18-16 Heineken Champions Cup win over Wasps 209

13 January 2019 19:19 Joe Canning's stoppage-time sideline cut gives Galway win over Dublin

If Galway were attempting to keep Joe Canning under wraps and to allow him a low-key start to 2019, they didn't do a very good job of it. Wearing number 22, which corresponded to Joseph Cooney in the match programme, the 2017 Hurler of the Year slipped into the action as a late substitute. Within minutes he was involved in two huge moments; firstly being 98

13 January 2019 18:03 Galway beat Mayo on penalties to set up final clash with Roscommon

A penalty shootout was required to separate arch rivals Galway and Mayo but with goalkeeper Maghnus Breathnach superb, it was the Tribesmen who advanced. Galway had to come from behind in injury-time with a goal from Barry McHugh forcing the shooutout. Galway then advanced when Liam Silke, Johnny Heaney, McHugh and Tom Flynn found the net after their 99

13 January 2019 15:48 Superior goalscoring helps Clare claim early silverware with win over Tipp

Early silverware to Clare, who picked up the Co-Op Superstores Munster SHL trophy yesterday in the Gaelic Grounds before 4,531 spectators. The Banner’s goalscoring ability proved crucial in an entertaining game. Tipperary started with the breeze, and a sideline cut pointed by Jason Forde, while Clare hit early wides before Colin Guilfoyle tied the game up. A Seamus 90

13 January 2019 09:29 Three German skiers killed in Austrian avalanche

Three German skiers have been killed in an avalanche in the Austrian Alps – and a fourth is missing, police have said. The bodies of the men – aged 57, 36 and 32 – were recovered on Saturday evening near Lech, a few hours after the wife of one of the skiers reported them missing. Police in Vorarlberg, Austria’s western-most province, said on Sunday they had to call off the search 103

12 January 2019 17:27 Fulham left to rue luck as two own goals boost Burnley’s survival bid

Burnley profited from two Fulham own-goals in quick succession as they came from behind to win 2-1 at Turf Moor, despite not registering a shot on target. Andre Schurrle’s wonderful early strike was cancelled out in the 20th minute when Jeff Hendrick’s effort went in off Joe Bryan. And three minutes later it was Denis Odoi who inadvertently beating Sergio 96

12 January 2019 15:09 St Angela's Ursuline crowned Munster champions after impressive win over STN Doon

St Angela’s Ursuline Waterford are Munster Post Primary Schools Senior A Camogie champions after a 1-11 to 0-5 victory over Scoil na Tríonóide Naofa Doon in Cappamore. The Waterford school dominated from the early stages and raced into a 0-5 to 0-0 lead thanks to Annie Fitzgerald and Abby Flynn. The dynamic duo hit all of St Angela’s scores in the nine-point 97

09 January 2019 21:56 Manchester City on cloud nine as Gabriel Jesus bags four in semi-final rout

Gabriel Jesus struck four as Manchester City powered towards the Carabao Cup final with a ruthless 9-0 demolition of League One Burton at the Etihad Stadium. The tone for a one-sided semi-final first leg was set as Kevin De Bruyne opened the scoring after just five minutes, with Jesus adding two and Oleksandr Zinchenko another before the break 207

09 January 2019 18:35 Man who headbutted Cork bar manager brought €2,000 to court to compensate victim

A bar manager at Cork bar, Rearden’s, had his nose broken by a man who head-butted him in the course of his efforts to get back into the premises. Thomas Stewart of 49 Glenview Park, Dillon’s Cross, Cork, brought €2,000 to Cork District Court to compensate the victim. The 43-year-old defendant pleaded guilty to a charge of assault causing harm to Graham 116