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Leinster's run ends as Carty leads Connacht to victory

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Nothing beats New Year cheer, and Connacht delivered a bucket load in one 80 minute performance on Saturday. That it came in the RDS against Leinster is all the more special.

Connacht and Bristol go head-to-head in Champions Cup Christmas cracker

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Andy Friend’s Connacht and Pat Lam’s Bristol go head-to-head in a showdown which will determine which team is likely to progress in the newly structured Champions Cup this Covid season.

Connacht look for redemption in Italy

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Coach Andy Friend will be demanding a winning performance when Connacht head to Italy for the first time this season to face Michael Bradley's Zebre on Sunday (2.30pm).

Connacht planning hit and run on Cardiff Blues

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Connacht head to Wales on Saturday intent on backing up last weekend's solid performance with a win over an always-tricky Cardiff Blues.

Connacht planning hit and run on Cardiff Blues

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Connacht head to Wales on Saturday intent on backing up last weekend's solid performance with a win over an always-tricky Cardiff Blues.

Provincial awakening as Buccaneers suffer Dubarry Park loss

BUCCANEERS 14 SLIGO 33

Connacht return to Aviva with wholesale changes for Munster

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Connacht return to the Aviva for their final PRO14 fixture of the 2019/20 season when they face Munster on Sunday (3pm).

All-Ireland champions kick off this season's football championship

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In a first, this season's Claregalway Hotel Galway Senior Football Championship will kick off with hugely anticipated meeting of Corofin and Oughterard - the first time the country's senior All Ireland champions have played their intermediate counterparts.

SPORTING MEMORIES

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Sarsfields (Galway) 1-17 Kilmallock (Limerick 2-7

Galway gives Royals a second-half roasting

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This was a period of football success in Galway, contesting three All Ireland finals in four seasons. Meath, too, were confident - this their third All Ireland final in six years, and having beaten Cork in 1999 when they won their ninth title. However, John O'Mahony's Tribesmen prevailed to claim their 13th crown. Interestingly neither county has contested an All Ireland football final since with Kerry and Dublin dominating.

 

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