The top stories this Saturday evening
Were the heavens trying to tell us something today?
A thunder storm descended on a child's birthday party in a Parisian park. Later on, a strike bolted from a clear sky during a children's football game in Hoppstädten.
They drew even with Fina Gael in a Red C poll to be published in the Sunday Business Post tomorrow. Labour had the greatest gains, rising 4%
The Westerners obliterated the four time champions in the first half to take a 15-0 lead in at the break, with superb tries from Tiernan O'Halloran and Niyi Adeolokun stunning Leinster, while AJ MacGinty added a penalty.
After a 1-1 draw after full-time and extra-time, Juanfran missed his kick in an otherwise exemplary shootout display for both sides to allow Cristiano Ronaldo, who had been quiet after a fitness worries during the week and was fifth in line to take a kick for Real, to put in the winning penalty.
"We have to have a Government that is agile enough, that has the trust of the people and the parliament to respond to a crisis. We don’t have that now. I think we will have another general election in the next 12 months, that would be my view. We have to prepare for that."