19 March, 2011

Great derby day for the Irish as Wolves beat Midlands neighbours Villa and Ireland batter oldest rivals England:

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Big win for Irish laden Wolves
The heavily Irish influenced Wolves moved within one point of Premier League safety while in another football code: Ireland's rugby team hammered ancient rivals England.
PROUD: record breaker Brian
Wolves were more than worthy winners over near neigh - bours Aston Villa at Villa Park today with Matt Jarvis netting the first half winner which takes Wolves within an ace of Premier League safety.
Elsewhere; Ireland rescued a most average season by hammering an abject England side who had come to Dublin expecting their "Sweet Chariot" to roll all over Ireland.
The one and only Brian O'Driscoll broke a 78 year old record today by becoming the record try scorer in Six Nations history with 24 touchdowns in Europe's premier rugby competition. Brian says that now is not the time to dwell on personal milestones and is hopeful of continuing to play for Ireland after the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
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