Ulster crash again, Blues close gap and Conor's a keeper as Celtic make history

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Celtic shoot-out hero Hazard.

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Ulster's European dreams came to an early end as they lost a 38-34 thriller in Gloucester on Saturday.

The sides shared nine tries and four yellow cards with George Barton's late score winning it for the home team.

Ulster have now lost both of their Champions Cup games and hopes of reaching the last eight appear to be over.

Skipper Billy Burns says it was bitterly disappointing to miss out against his former club:

A double from sub James McLaughlin gave Coleraine a 2-0 win at Cliftonville in the Danske Bank Premiership Saturday night game.

Earlier, defender Jimmy Callacher netted twice in the last 15 minutes as Linfield beat visiting Dungannon 4-0 to move within a point of Larne at the top. 

Conor McCloskey scored for Glenavon but was then sent off after being booked twice for allegedly diving in the 2-1 win at Warrenpoint.

A stoppage time strike from captain Marcus Kane gave Glentoran a 1-1 draw away to Ballymena.

Sunday saw Celtic twice pegged back by Hearts in a dramatic 3-3 Scottish Cup final before Northern Ireland international keeper Conor Hazard was the shootout hero saving two penalties to seal an historic quadruple treble.

Dublin have won the all-Ireland football final for the sixth year in a row.

They had a five-point victory over Mayo, who were aiming for their first Championship since 1951.

And anything the men could do...

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