This edition of The Week in Sport sees highlights such as Six Nations champions Ireland defeating England to seal their first grand slam since 2009 and Native River held off Might Bite to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Ireland beating Scotland to seal the Six Nations Championship with a game to spare and Man United’s big win over Liverpool are just some of the highlights in this edition of The Week in Sport.
We are on the FastLane to WrestleMania and on the final pit stop before the showcase of immortals, AJ Styles must overcome the odds against five other men in a bid to retain his WWE Championship.
Brighton wrapped up a third win in four games to pile the misery on Arsenal, as Chris Hughton’s side secured their biggest result of the season with a deserving 2-1 victory against the Gunners.
“The Beast from the East” impacted UK and Irish sport in the past week, but we have still got some great action to wrap up for you in this edition of The Week in Sport.
Another month has passed which means it is time to test your knowledge once again on what you can remember from February 2018 with the monthly Know Your Sport quiz.
Jose Mourinho celebrated the bragging rights over former employers Chelsea, as Man United came from behind to beat the Blues 2-1 to keep hold of second place in the Premier League.
Roman Reigns booked his ticket to WrestleMania by outlasting six other men inside the Elimination Chamber, but the result did not come as a surprise at an average showing in Las Vegas.
It was another exciting week of action including Scotland stunning England in the Six Nations and Man City thrashed Arsenal to win the Carabao Cup. All this and more in this edition of The Week in Sport.
Seven men will enter the Elimination Chamber but only one will leave Las Vegas with his ticket booked to WrestleMania for the right to face WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar.
It is time for yet another recap of The Week in Sport with this week’s highlights including big Champions League wins for Man City and Liverpool and Bubba Watson finally claimed his 10th PGA Tour title.