Sunday sport: Ireland U20s win Grand Slam, Manchester United defeat Fulham in FA Cup
The Ireland rugby team are settling into life as Six Nations champions.
The men in green were 29-16 winners over England last night, sealing their fourth-ever Grand Slam, the first to be won in Dublin.
Johnny Sexton marked his final Six Nations appearance by becoming the top points scorer in Championship history.
Ireland are Grand Slam champions on the double.
Richie Murphy's young side beat England by 36-24 in the Under-20s Six Nations Championship clash in Cork
Arsenal have extended their advantage at the top of the Premier League to eight points with a comfortable 4-1 victory at home to managerless Crystal Palace.
Bukayo Saka scored in each half for the leaders.
Palace remain three points above the relegation zone and are without a win in 12 top flight games.
Second-tier Sheffield United will face Premier League title chasers Manchester City for a place in the FA Cup final.
It's after they beat Blackburn 3-2 in a dramatic last eight tie at Bramall Lane earlier.
Brighton eased past League Two Grimsby 5-0, with Evan Ferguson scoring two goals.
Manchester United are into the last four of the FA Cup after a come from behind 3-1 win over Fulham at Old Trafford.
Aleksander Mitrovic fired the visitors in front in the second half, before his red card, along with Willian and manager Marco Silva. Bruno Fernandes double and Marcel Sabitzer turned the tie around for United.
Kilkenny will face Cork in the semi-final of the Allianz Hurling League after beating Waterford by 18 points to 16 at Nowlan Park.
John Donelly picked up the Man of the Match award.
It ended all square at Cusack Park, Clare 2-18, Cork 2-18.
At the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick beat Wexford by 2-20, to 15 points.
The visitors have come out on top in the early game in the Allianz Football League Division 1 game in Clones.
It's finished Tyrone 2-15, Monaghan 0-13; the Farney Army were a man down after Jack McCarron was sent off.
In Ballybofe it finished Donegal 0-09, Mayo 1-17.
Red Bull's Sergio Perez has won Formula One's Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
He finished more than 5 seconds ahead of team-mate and defending world champion Max Verstappen.
Fernando Alonso rounded off the top three in the Aston Martin.