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Six Nations 2018: Scotland 32-26 France highlights

Scotland complete a second-half fight back to overcome France courtesy of six Greig Laidlaw penalties in a tense Six Nations match at Murrayfield. MATCH REPORT: Scotland 32-26 France WATCH MORE: Highlights: England 12-6 Wales Available to UK users only. Source link

Sidney Crosby of Pittsburgh Penguins scores 400th career goal

Sidney Crosby scored his 400th career goal in the Pittsburgh Penguins‘ game Sunday against the St. Louis Blues. Crosby scored 3:31 into the second period to tie the game 1-1 and reach the milestone. Conor Sheary assisted on the goal. Crosby muscled a shot past

Mayo hold on to defeat Galway at Pearse Stadium

Mayo survived a late Galway onslaught at Pearse Stadium to seal their second Lidl Ladies National Football League win of the campaign. Elaine Murphy pulled off a late, late point-blank save to deny Emma Reaney and ensure a 2-07 to 1-07 victory for her side. First-half

Selector Stapleton hospitalised after collision

Honours were finally shared after a frantic finish to an incident-packed Allianz Football League Division 2 clash between Clare and Tipperary in Ennis. However matters on the pitch were overshadowed, with Tipperary selector Shane Stapleton taken to hospital following an incident that saw Clare’s Jamie

Six Nations: Scotland 32-26 France

Huw Jones scored Scotland’s second try, and the centre now has eight in 13 Tests 2018 Six Nations Scotland (14) 32 Tries: Maitland, Jones Cons: Laidlaw 2 Pens: Laidlaw 6 France (20) 26 Tries: Thomas 2 Cons: Machenaud 2 Pens: Machenaud 2, Serin 2 Scotland

‘That is fit for nothing only making snowmen’

A fruitless 300-mile round-trip is a sure-fire way to sour a man’s mood, and Offaly manager Stephen Wallace was as frosty as the Celtic Park pitch when asked about the cancellation of his side’s Allianz League clash with Derry. The Division 3 encounter was one

Armagh pip Longford and Westmeath claim win

          A Rory Grugan point in the fifth minute of stoppage time snatched an unlikely win for Armagh to boost their promotion hopes from Division Three of the Allianz Football League. His 30 metre point put Kieran McGeeney’s side in front

All square in Antrim and London

An Injury-time point from Rory Finn salvaged a draw for 13-man Wicklow against Antrim at a wintery Corrigan Park in Belfast. John Evans’ side lost their captain Seanie Furlong and substitute Theo Smyth to second yellow cards in the second period, but still managed a share of

Down in promotion hunt after win over 14-man Roscommon

          Down put themselves right into the promotion mix in division two of the Allianz football league this afternoon when they bounced back from their defeat to Cork in fine style, recording a fully-deserved 0-12 to 0-7 win over Roscommon at