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Watch video preview of this weekend's Heineken Cup with Brent Pope, Tony Ward and Mario Rosenstock
BRENT POPE believes Connacht face an uphill battle to achieve their mission improbable this weekend, but the New Zealander urged the Westerners to believe they can beat Toulouse again.
'Humbled' Gavin caps a year to remember
When Jim Gavin reflects on 2013, it wasn't the actual trophies -- league, Leinster championship and Sam Maguire Cup -- that will stand out in his memory.
Ageless Geraghty to finally grace Sigerson stage
MEATH legend Graham Geraghty is back in the big time as he's set to make his Sigerson Cup debut at 40 years old.
Premier in the black after cutbacks of over €1m
TIPPERARY GAA officials slashed expenditure by over €1m in the last 12 months.
Kim Kardashian still has '10 pounds to go' before she's body happy
Reality tv queen Kim Kardashian's weight has been the subject of much debate in the last year, but she won't rest until she's satisfied.
12 Years A Slave leads Globes nods
The slavery epic 12 Years a Slave and the con-artist caper American Hustle lead the 71st annual Golden Globes with seven nominations each.
Smith: Who exit will be a 'belter'
Matt Smith has revealed that his Doctor Who exit will be with a "bang, crash, wallop".
Drew Barrymore having another girl
Drew Barrymore has revealed she is expecting another girl.
Oprah: My kids would have hated me
Oprah Winfrey has said she has no regrets about not having children because her busy career came first in her life.
Weinsteins sue over Hobbit profits
Harvey and Bob Weinstein are suing Warner Bros' New Line Cinema, claiming they are owed a share of the profits from the second and third Hobbit films.
Connolly vows to keep performing
Billy Connolly has vowed to carry on performing after being diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease.
Jackson: Tintin comes after Hobbit
Peter Jackson has revealed that he will start working on the Tintin sequel, once his Hobbit films are completed.
Downton to defend SAG award crown
Downton Abbey will return to defend its crown for best TV drama at the 20th Screen Actors Guild awards.
McAvoy: I'll be back for X-Men 3
James McAvoy has confirmed that he will return for the third X-Men film.