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Basketball, football, gaelic football and now rugby - prop Peat's Ireland journey
Basketball, soccer and Gaelic football have been part of Lindsay Peat's sporting journey on the road to starring in the Women's Six Nations for Ireland.

A Grand Slam from greatness? Ireland's 'odd couple' go for glory
How Ireland's axis of excellence - Conor Murray and Johnny Sexton - could secure their place among their country's greats on Saturday.

Cheltenham Festival 2018: Harriet Tucker wins on Pacha Du Polder despite dislocated shoulder
Jockey Harriet Tucker overcomes a dislocated shoulder to guide Pacha Du Polder to success in the Foxhunter Chase at Cheltenham.

LISTEN: The Debate podcast
Listen to the latest edition of The Debate podcast as Danny Murphy and Matthew Upson discuss all the big talking points.

Pietersen hints at retirement
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has appeared to announce his retirement from cricket in a four-word tweet.

Cheltenham Festival: BHA to carry out review after six horse deaths at event
The British Horseracing Authority is to carry out a review after six horses died at the four-day Cheltenham Festival.

I'll break leg to win medal, says Paralympic powerlifter Yule
Micky Yule is undaunted at the prospect of breaking his leg in competition in the Gold Coast, having done so during the build up to the Commonwealth Games.

Women's Six Nations: England women cruise to 33-11 victory over Ireland
Watch a selection of the best tries as England's women cruise to a 33-11 victory over Ireland.

Bay Hill: R3 tee times
Pairings and starting times for the third round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Watch live from 4:30pm on Sky Sports Golf.

'Jose doesn’t need to justify himself'
Jose Mourinho doesn't need to justify himself as his managerial track record speaks for itself according to Danny Murphy.

Evans ready for battle with France
Wales prop Rob Evans is ready for the "big challenge" that awaits against France in Saturday's Six Nations finale in Cardiff.

Winter Paralympics: Sean Pollard - Australian who became a Paralympic snowboarder after shark attack
Sean Pollard lost an arm in a shark attack and only saw snow for the first time in 2015 - now he has finished fifth and ninth at Pyeongchang 2018.