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# New Order

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2022
# New Order
Toulouse's Dupont takes swipe at Champions Cup new format
Cape Town-based Stormers, the Durban side Sharks and Bulls from Pretoria will all take their place in this year’s Champions Cup.
All time
# New Order
Limerick begin Munster campaign in flying form with six-point victory over Tipperary
Aaron Gillane fired over eight points for John Kiely’s side.
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History Makers! First ever Galway Waterford All-Ireland senior hurling final in store
It’s the first final without the Big Three in hurling since 1996.
# New Order
US judge refuses to rule on Trump's latest travel ban
Judge James Robart said a complaint over the revised ban needed to be filed before he could rule.
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Starbucks to open at former Anglo HQ on Stephen's Green
There’ll soon be a new sign above the door at Stephen Court.
# Off key
Two Directions: Footballers who thought they were musicians
Just because you’re good at hitting the target, doesn’t mean you can hit all the right notes.
# Forbidden Fruit
Gallery: More rain and music but Forbidden Fruit promises the sun tomorrow
Apparently the sun’s coming out tomorrow…
# New Order
Bank Holiday Weekend Festival Rider of the Day
Chardonnay, ENGLISH tea bags and subdued lighting. That’s what New Order are demanding when they visit Dublin for Forbidden Fruit this weekend…
# Awkward
The Magnificent Seven: when sport and music collides…
Featuring Shaquille O’Neal’s ill-fated rap venture, Ian Wright making the worst pun ever and Peter Ebdon acting the clown.