Other - Thursday 13 April, 2017
Fergal O’Brien qualified for the World Snooker Championship with a final frame decider that took almost two hours to finish.
The world number one is set to return next month.
Don’t do it Cleveland.
Un De Sceaux, Djakadam, Nichols Canyon and Vroum Vroum Mag will also be among the champion trainer’s contingent.
Ollie Dingley is an Irish athlete, he’s proud to represent Ireland and has once again reiterated his desire to put Ireland on the diving map.
Elsewhere, Mark Allen will take on Jimmy Robertson and Ronnie O’Sullivan begins his campaign against Gary Wilson.
Title favourites the Golden State Warriors are No 1 seeds in the Western Conference.
Other - Wednesday 12 April, 2017
Fergal O'Brien qualifies for World Champs by winning the longest frame of snooker ever played (no, really)
O’Brien v Gilbert has earned its place in snooker’s record books.
McLaren will be without Alonso in Monaco next month after announcing the Spaniard will instead race in Indianapolis.
The Dubliner admits the pair are civil to each other, but it’s always through gritted teeth.
Eight months after the Rio Olympics, diver Ollie Dingley is hoping to continue on an upward curve and is ready to take calculated risks both on and off the board in 2017.
Other - Tuesday 11 April, 2017
The snooker star criticised the US president over a North Korea-related tweet.
Natasha Jonas is already facing questions about a possible rematch with Katie.
The NBA front-runners have turned their thoughts to the play-offs.
Other - Monday 10 April, 2017
The Oklahoma City Thunder guard surpassed Oscar Robertson’s 55-year-old feat on Sunday.
Perseverance paid off for the Spaniard after over 70 attempts at a Major.
The Spaniard kept his nerve at the first playoff hole to secure an historic win.
What incredible drama.
Other - Sunday 9 April, 2017
He had a terrific round overall and finished on five-under.
The Spaniard is chasing a first ever major win.
It’s one of sports quirkiest stories.
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The former Olympian outlined her reasons for the proposed action on BBC radio.
The Briton took swift revenge for his defeat by Sebastian Vettel in the Formula One season-opener.
Irish rower Claire Lambe chats to The42 about helping Cambridge win the Boat Race and getting used to life after Rio 2016.
The world number two shot a one-under-par 71 in Saturday’s third round at Augusta National.
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Neither European has won at Augusta before.
IT was a big win for the Cork native.
Other - Saturday 8 April, 2017
Things are heating up at Augusta.
Who did you back?
Daryl Jacob has also been cleared to take part in the big one at Aintree today.
Kimi Raikkonen’s record lap in Q2 did not last long, as Lewis Hamilton bettered his mark to take pole at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Jurgen Klopp is facing two of the most hostile Premier League away fixtures in a row and is going into these vital matches without key individuals.
So you’re telling us there’s a chance?
Sergio Garcia has suffered his share of heartbreaks, but victory at the Masters would be particularly significant at Augusta this weekend.
Jamie Reid chats to The42 about his acclaimed book on gangsters, horse-racing and doping.
Other - Friday 7 April, 2017
And hopefully find you a winner.
Charley Hoffman is still the leader but he has just dropped three shots.