Our weekend round up includes Rugby at home, in France, and in Dubai, the GAA Club Championships, more Swimming Medals and a World Champion sailor, a special Inclusion weekend at the Sport Ireland Campus and the passing of a global legend…

It might have been a completely different weekend but lest we forget there is a strong Irish storyline remaining at the Rugby World Cup with South Africa Head Coach Jacques Nienaber preparing for next Saturday’s World Cup Final ahead of travelling to ireland to take over Stuart Lancaster’s position with Leinster Rugby.

While the Irish Women’s team conceded their first points of the WXV3 Tournament in Dubai, it didn’t make much of a dent in their performance.

He may not have been Irish but his brother was an honorary Irishman and the passing of Bobby Charlton over the weekend was sad for any sports fan.

Ireland was celebrating another World Champion over the weekend, this time on the water.

The GAA Club Championships are taking place every weekend and lighting up local communities. The reigning AIB All Ireland Football Champions Kilmacud Crokes secured their repeat Dublin title on Sunday.

The BKT United Rugby Championship got started at the weekend with wins for Ulster, Connacht and Munster and a familiar face to the fore at Thomond Park.

Irish Swimming is in a better place than it has ever been and the World Medals keep on coming.

And there was a very special weekend for the LGBTQI+ community at the Sport Ireland Campus this weekend.