Q Radio Sport
Here's the weekend round-up:
Ulster beat the Ospreys 21-7 in Friday night's Pro14 match at Kingspan Stadium.
They scored three tries but missed out on a bonus point.
Dan McFarland's men stay second in the table behind Leinster.
FT: #GuinnessPRO14 @UlsterRugby 21@ospreys 7— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 26, 2021
Another great win for the Ulstermen!#ULSvOSP pic.twitter.com/RhyBxffsYJ
Saturday saw a victory for Ireland:
All over, Ireland off the mark in #GuinnessSixNations at the third attempt with the expected victory over Italy in Rome.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 27, 2021
They win 48-10.#ITAvIRE pic.twitter.com/Ah1taW6M9Y
Linfield moved six points clear at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership on Friday with a 2-1 win against second-placed Larne.
Shayne Lavery hit both goals for the Blues with Jeff Hughes netting Larne's late consolation.
FT: #DanskeBankPrem @OfficialBlues 2— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 26, 2021
Lavery x2, incl. pen.@larnefc 1
Following Tuesday's dramatic defeat v @Glentoran a better night for Linfield. They move six points clear of Larne who suffer back-to-back defeats in Belfast after losing to @cliftonvillefc last time pic.twitter.com/Z9W1NvI2ld
The lead was reduced to five points on Saturday, when Coleraine moved above Larne into second spot.
Curtis Allen struck twice to sink Warrenpoint at Ballycastle Road.
Crusaders crashed again and there was also another win for in-form Glentoran, despite the best efforts of Northern Ireland international keeper Roy Carroll.
Meanwhile, Ross Redman hit Ballymena's winner against his home town club:
After victories for @Glentoran, @BallymenaUnited, @cliftonvillefc, @ColeraineFC, @Glenavon_FC this is how they stand in the @DanskeBank_UK Premiership. #DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/8oSHeGKs3L— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 27, 2021
Saturday night saw success for stars of Armagh and Fermanagh football:
Congratulations to Armagh forward Aimee Mackin - Ladies Football Senior Player of the Year & goal of the year. On team of the year with sister Blaithin & county colleague Clodagh McCambridge. Fermanagh's Eimear Smyth wins Junior Players' Player of the Year.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 27, 2021
Reports on air am pic.twitter.com/uMxuFKqYXb