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# Never Say Die

Last year
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Pádraig's great comeback: how Harrington bounced back in 2022
Harrington’s career seemed to be petering out – but his rookie year on the Champions Tour has been sensational.
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'We toughed it out' - Lohan hails Clare's fighting spirit
‘They keep going. There’s good stuff in them.’
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Lynch sent off as UL rally to Fitzgibbon Cup glory with late 1-5 to deny NUIG dream double
There was late drama at the IT Carlow grounds.
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Kilcoo snatch All-Ireland from Kilmacud in dramatic fashion with 81st minute winning goal
Jerome Johnston struck the key goal at the end of extra-time for the Down side.
All time
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Man United come from two goals down to win Champions League thriller
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a late winner.
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Rogic rescues point in stoppage time as Celtic stretch their lead at league summit
Celtic moved 13 points clear of Rangers after a 2-2 draw at Livingstone.
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Lampard to Chelsea not a done deal, says Derby owner Morris
The former Blues midfielder was given permission to speak to the club on Tuesday but Mel Morris holds out hope of keeping his manager.
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Immense Ireland U20 comeback effort falls just short against England
New Zealand await Ireland after a last-gasp try swung the match England’s way.
# resilience
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer salutes Man United's never-say-die attitude
Two goals in the final five minutes saw them earn a thrilling 2-2 draw against Burnley.
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Hobbled Packers quarterback Rodgers inspires one of the greatest comebacks in Green Bay history
The star threw three touchdowns in a stunning 24-23 win over the Chicago Bears.
# persistence
Double leg amputee reaches summit of Everest, 40 years after losing his feet during his first attempt
Xia Boyu had both his feet amputated after suffering frostbite during his first attempt at Everest in 1975.
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Connacht out-gunned by Gloucester in crazy Challenge Cup quarter-final
The western province refused to lie down as they shared eight tries with the Premiership side.
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Forwards coach Duffy vows that Connacht will keep up chase for Champions Cup spot
The western province are playing their game in hand away to Zebre this weekend and hope to at least earn a play-off before Pat Lam heads for Bristol.
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It's the end of analogue TV in Ireland - but what happens to Aertel?
Don’t worry: the old black and green text may be gone but you’ll still be able to check page 180 to see what’s on TV.
Five-star Munster win and claim top seeding
Can Munster conjure up one more win? Their form isn’t the best, but you can never write off the Reds…