Dutch striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar scored a hat-trick and had a penalty saved as Schalke 04 bounced back from last week's heavy defeats to ease past Hoffenheim 4 More »Football - Huntelaar hat-trick ends Schalke crisis, Bayern march on
The Dingle school outscored Macroom’s De La Salle in a high-scoring game this afternoon. More »Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne win third Munster Colleges football title in a row
Real Madrid midfielder Asier Illarramendi has apologised after a video was published on the internet that appeared to show him running in front of a horned cow More »Liga - 'Batman' Illarramendi apologises after cow incident
Defender Giorgio Chiellini could play for champions Juventus for the first time in nearly a month against Fiorentina on Sunday. More »Football - Chiellini returns for Juventus after month out
Sean Dyche is hoping that his Burnley side's wretched run in their biggest game can come to an end on Sunday. More »Football - Dyche ready to set record straight
Two goals from late substitute Olivier Giroud and one apiece by Mesut Ozil and Mikel Arteta secured Arsenal's place in the FA Cup semi-finals with a 4-1 win More »Football - Arsenal score four to beat Everton in FA Cup
Arsenal took on Everton in FA Cup, while we also be kept you up to date on Man United’s Premier League encounter with West Brom. More »As it happened: Arsenal v Everton, FA Cup quarter-final
St Johnstone progressed to the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup with a 3-1 victory over Raith Rovers at Stark's Park. More »Scottish Football - St Johnstone beat Raith to make last four
Robin McBryde insists Wales will embrace the adversity that awaits at Twickenham on Sunday. More »Six Nations - McBryde 'embracing England test'
John Hughes is looking past the events of his side's last cup game and is hoping for "a good spectacle". More »Scottish Football - Hughes wants 'good cup spectacle'
Galway face Kilkenny in the hurling league while they play Down in the football league. More »Here are the Galway hurling and football sides for tomorrow’s league clashes
Albion Rovers boss James Ward is looking for his side to become history makers again when they take on Rangers in their Scottish Cup quarter-final clash at More »Football - Albion eye historic semi-final spot