Tonight’s headlines: ‘First time cheering for England tonight’; and young woman who died after St. Patrick’s Day crash remembered as ‘beautiful young soul’


Here are the most important headlines of the evening.

‘For the first time we’re cheering for England tonight’ – Johnny Sexton hopes Ireland add Six Nations title to Triple Crown victory

Jonathan Sexton said he will be cheering on England for the first time in his life pressure mounted on France chasing the Championship after Ireland’s Triple Crown-winning bonus points win over Scotland.

The fifth Russian general has been killed in Ukraine as Boris Johnson claims Putin’s invasion was motivated by fears his own people would rise up against him

The case of Mariupol, the scene of some of the worst suffering of the warwould mark a major advance on the battlefield for the Russians, who are largely bogged down outside of major cities more than three weeks after the biggest land invasion of Europe since World War II.

Schoolmates pay tribute to Irish photojournalist Pierre Zakrzewski: “Our man in Kabul. Syria. Cashmere. leopard city. Kyiv…’

A A touching tribute was paid by Irish photojournalist Pierre Zakrzewski’s former schoolmates (55), who was killed in Ukraine this week.

Tracey Moran of Ballina, Co Mayo, died at Mayo University Hospital, Castlebar, surrounded by her loving family on Friday morning.

Gold Cup winner Rachael Blackmore wows fans with a home win in Thurles

Back on her home track – and the scene of her first-ever win – the 32-year-old wowed her legion of fans how she did it all on gentleman’s game in the carey glass hurdle.

Ireland is seeing a spike in opioid deaths as prescriptions rise by over 50 per cent

Ireland is seeing a staggering rise in opioid deaths along with other countries – fueled by the illicit drug trade – but also due to overprescribing by doctors

WATCH: Ice baths are helping Dubliners regain control after battling bipolar disorder

Kellie Harrington donates boxing vest she wore to Olympic victory to raise funds for Ukraine

The Tokyo gold medalist also gifted one of the gloves she wore when she won the Strandja Cup tournament in Bulgaria last month to the United4Ukraine charity.

World’s unhappiest country revealed, but Ireland feels lucky in World Happiness Index

Ireland is the 13th happiest country in the worldwith a score of 7.041 only slightly less fortunate than Australia and a shade happier than Germany. Tonight’s headlines: ‘First time cheering for England tonight’; and young woman who died after St. Patrick’s Day crash remembered as ‘beautiful young soul’

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