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Weekend hurling previews: Throw-in times, TV details and verdicts

The Irish Times 12 Jun 2021
Clare v Kilkenny, Cusack Park, 3.0Live Eir Sports ... Verdict. Clare. Antrim v Laois, Corrigan Park, 3.0 – Live GAAGo ... Verdict ... Wexford v Dublin, Chadwicks Wexford Park, 3.0 – Live GAAGo ... Westmeath v Limerick, TEG Cusack Park, 1.45 – Live GAAGo ... Cork v Galway, Páirc Uí Chaoimh, 1.45 – Live TG4 Player ... Waterford v Tipperary, Walsh Park, 1.45 – Live GAAGo ... .
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All you need to know: Allianz Hurling League weekend

RTE 12 Jun 2021
Live blogs and live scores on RTÉ.ie and the RTÉ News app ... Clare v Kilkenny live on eir Sport 1. Cork v Galway live on TG4 Player. Antrim v Laois, Wexford v Dublin, Westmeath v Limerick, Waterford v Tipperary live on GAAGO (€5 per game) ... Live commentaries/reports ...
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Return of 1,200 fans gives Leinster’s Dragons dead rubber real meaning

The Irish Times 11 Jun 2021
Pro14 Rainbow Cup. Friday June 11th, Leinster v Dragons. Venue. RDS Arena, Dublin. Kick-off. 8.15pm. On TV. Live on eir Sport. Leinster’s seasonal finale is notable as much for who will be in the stands as those on the pitch ... Leinster ... Replacements ... Dragons ... Replacements ... Referee. Mike Adamson (SRU). Forecast. Leinster to win. .
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Munster rest their Lions as they hunt down Zebre in Italy

The Irish Times 11 Jun 2021
Pro14 Rainbow Cup. Friday June 11th. Zebre v Munster. Venue. Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi, Parma. Kick-off. 6pm Irish time. On TV. Live on eir Sport ... Furthermore, in addition to Damian de Allende and the injured RG Snyman, Munster have also excused the other two players in last weekend’s fire pit accident, CJ Stander and Mike Haley, from duty in Parma ... Zebre ... .
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Leinster name their team for final game of season

The Irish Times 10 Jun 2021
Leo Cullen welcomes back Jamison Gibson-Park to his Leinster team for the final game of the season against Dragons in the Pro14 Rainbow Cup on Friday night (kick-off 8.15pm - live on eir Sport). As part of a series of test events sanctioned by the Government, 1,200 supporters will be in attendance at the RDS for the first time since February 2020 ... .
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Munster and Leinster rest their Lions for dead rubbers

The Irish Times 10 Jun 2021
Although Stephen Larkham had strongly intimated that Tadhg Beirne and Conor Murray would be granted the game time they were looking for away to Zebre on Friday evening in Parma (6pm Irish time, live on eir Sport), in light of that Rainbow Cup match becoming a dead rubber their two Lions have been excused for Munster’s final game of the season.
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Sexton and Gibson-Park could make Leinster return for season finale

The Irish Times 07 Jun 2021
Jamison Gibson-Park, Johnny Sexton and Harry Byrne could all come into Leo Cullen’s selection planning this week for Leinster’s 26th and final game of the season against the Dragons at the RDS on Friday (kick-off 8.15pm – live on Eir Sport) ... It will also be the last game on Eir Sport for Leinster, who thanked the broadcasters in a statement.
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Hurling league previews: Throw-in times, TV details and verdicts

The Irish Times 05 Jun 2021
DIVISION 1A. Limerick v Cork, LIT Gaelic Grounds, 7.15 – Live RTÉ 2/Eir Sport 1 ... Verdict. Limerick. DIVISION 1B. Antrim v Wexford, Corrigan Park, 3.0 – Live TG4 ... Verdict. Wexford. Dublin v Clare, Parnell Park, 5.15 – Live TG4/Eir Sport 1 ... Verdict ... Verdict ... Galway v Waterford, Pearse Stadium, 3.45 – Live TG4 ... Kilkenny v Laois, UPMC Nowlan Park, 1.45 – Live TG4.
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All you need to know: Allianz Hurling League Saturday

RTE 04 Jun 2021
Live blogs on all Division 1 games on on RTÉ Sport Online and the RTÉ News app ... Antrim v Wexford live on TG4. Dublin v Clare live on eir Sport 1. Limerick v Cork live on RTÉ2/eir Sport 1 ... Live commentaries of all Division 1 games on RTÉ Radio 1's Sunday Sport.
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Glasgow and Leinster know a win is the only option as they face off

The Irish Times 04 Jun 2021
Kick-off. 8.15pm, Friday. Venue. Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow. On TV. Live on eir Sport ...I’ve got two kids that were born over here so there will always be a connection to the place and my grandmother was from here, but nine years living here and I’ve done a bit of travelling in the country and seen some amazing sights ... Glasgow Warriors ... Leinster ... Referee ... .
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Rainbow Cup: Leinster, Glasgow and Connacht name their teams

The Irish Times 03 Jun 2021
Leo Cullen has made seven changes to Leinster’s starting XV from the 21-17 win over Ulster a fortnight ago for Saturday night’s Pro14 Rainbow Cup game against the Glasgow Warriors in Scotstoun (kick-off 8.15pm, live on Eir Sport) ... (kick-off 6.00pm, live on eir Sport and TG4).
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Wilkins wants Connacht’s best season to finish on a high

Irish Independent 29 May 2021
Connacht defence coach Pete Wilkins wants his side to finish their best ever season on the road by ending Benetton’s winning run in the Rainbow Cup ... “The players have demonstrated to themselves that these don’t just have to be one-off performances ... Reps ... Reps ... Benetton v Connacht,. Live, TG4/eir Sport, Rugby Newsletter ... .
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Connacht name strong side for key Benetton clash in Treviso

The Irish Times 28 May 2021
Benetton v Connacht, Stadio Monigo, Treviso, Saturday, 5.15pm Irish time – Live on Eir Sport 1, Premier Sports 1. Against all expectations when starting out, this is the key game of the weekend ... The 21-year-old pair of lock Niall Murray and blindside flanker Cian Prendergast, who looks a serious prospect, are retained ... BENETTON ... Replacements ... CONNACHT ... .
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Munster know it’s win or bust as Cardiff come to Thomond

The Irish Times 28 May 2021
Pro14 Rainbow Cup. Munster v Cardiff Blues. Kick-off. 7.35pm, Friday. Venue. Thomond Park. On TV. Live on eir Sport ... This was all the more true after Munster obtained a handsome bonus-point win over Ulster ... The selections reflect the ambitions of both sides ... The favourable weather forecast should suit them ... “We’re not holding back for this one.”. MUNSTER ... .
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CJ Stander will captain Munster in Thomond Park farewell

The Irish Times 27 May 2021
Pro14 Rainbow Cup. Munster v Cardiff Blues. Kick-off. 7.35pm, Friday. Venue. Thomond Park. On TV. Live on eir Sport. CJ Stander, Tommy O’Donnell and James Cronin will make their farewell appearances at Thomond Park after being named in Munster’s starting XV for their Guinness Pro14 Rainbow Cup game against Cardiff Blues ... Munster ... Replacements ... Cardiff Blues ... .
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