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Lewis Hamilton on pole for United States Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the United States Grand Prix and will have title rival Sebastian Vettel alongside him on the front row. Hamilton beat Vettel by 0.239 seconds as the German rescued his day with a superb final lap. Vettel was fourth after

European Challenge Cup: Stade Francais 7-44 London Irish

Topsy Ojo has been capped twice by England at senior level European Challenge Cup Pool 4 Stade Francais: (7) 7 Try: Meite Con: Plisson London Irish: (24) 44 Tries: Gilsenan, Ojo 2, Meehan, Chawatama, Ransom, Steele Cons: Brophy-Clews 2, Atkins Pens: Brophy-Clews London Irish stunned

European Champions Cup: Saracens 36-34 Ospreys

Wyles scored the first of nine tries on an entertaining evening at Allianz Park European Champions Cup Pool 2 Saracens (17) 36 Tries: Wyles, Brits, Pen, Williams, Tompkins Cons: Farrell 3 Pen: Farrell Ospreys (17) 34 Tries: Evans 2, Watkin, Cross Cons: Biggar 4 Pen:

Donegal coach Pat Shovelin passes away aged 41

Donegal have paid tribute to Pat Shovelin, “a genuine soul who will never be forgotten”, after the goalkeeping coach passed away following a battle with cancer. Shovelin was part of the back-room team under Jim McGuinness when the county marched all the way to Sam Maguire

‘It was genius’ – McManamon defends Keegan’s GPS antics

Kevin McManamon has described Lee Keegan’s infamous decision to throw his GPS tracker at Dean Rock before he hit the free that won Dublin the Sam Maguire as “genius”. McManamon collected his fifth All-Ireland medal when the Dubs edged out the Green and Red in