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Saints' chances of progress remain slim despite victory

Police issue royal wedding appeal

Detectives leading the major royal wedding security operation have appealed for the public to be the "eyes and ears" of the 5,000 officers tasked with maintaining law and order on the big day.

Aviva Premiership round-up: Irish topple Sale to stay in the hunt

London Irish kept up their bid for a top-four place in the Aviva Premiership with a hard-fought 34-20 win against Sale at the Reebok Stadium last night.

Croft laments Leicester's lack of cunning after European exit

Leinster 17 Leicester 10

Nacewa's try and eye in the sky put Tigers out of Europe

Leinster 17 Leicester 10: Contentious decisions pile further pain on English visitors to Ireland as Leinster sense path to final

Peter Bills: Six Nations proves southern hemisphere has little to fear at World Cup

Ireland had its Captain Fantastic, Wales a wily ball boy who slipped an important pass to a Welsh player for the illegal match winning try against Ireland.

Standards head south to warm All Black hearts

With the World Cup only months away, the inconsistencies in this year's Six Nations offered little indication of northern hemisphere success, writes Chris Hewett

Johnson bemoans the failure to land punch after hopes slammed

Ireland 24 England 8

James Lawton: O'Driscoll tramples over green shoots of England

For Johnson, there is an urgent need to review the preparation for this game in Dublin

Robin Scott-Elliot: Poetry? check. Cliché? check. Must be a big game on the Beeb

View From The Sofa: Six Nations, BBC1

England lose rugby match, but win the drinking bout

Defeat on the pitch fails to dampen enthusiasm of 20,000 visiting fans for Dublin's hospitality

Sexton plots downfall of English pretenders

Ireland 24 England 8: Fly-half pulls strings as men of Ireland teach Johnson's boys a very harsh lesson

O'Driscoll hails 'smart' display

Brian O'Driscoll was delighted to see Ireland finally put "the whole package" together as they beat England 24-8 to end Martin Johnson's RBS 6 Nations Grand Slam dream.

England's Grand Slam hopes ended by Ireland

Ireland 24 England 8
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'When it comes to street harassment, we need to talk about race'

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