It’s been a long day, so here’s all the sports news you might have missed (with all the April Fools picked out).

File photo. Charles Piutau scores for New Zealand against the US Eagles in Chicago last year. Source: Photosport/Andrew Cornaga/INPHO

HomeUlster confirmed the capture of All Black utility back Charles Piutau. The Aucklander will move to Belfast in July 2016.Another New Zealand international pointed for the exit door from Ireland as Connacht announced that Mils Muliaina would play for Zebre next season.Conor McGregor predicted he’ll stop ‘sloppy’ Jose Aldo inside four minutes when the pair meet in the Octagon on 11 July.Martin O’Neill’s Ireland side have been chargedwith improper conduct after picking up five yellow cards.Shane Carthy is a welcome addition to the Dublinunder 21 footballers for tomorrow’s Leinster final.Munster have named JJ Hanrahan in their ‘A’ team to face Connacht in Thomond Park tomorrow. 

Belgian cyclist Tom Boonen of team Ettix – Quick-Step pictured on a practice ride for the Tour of Flanders today. Source: Press Association Images

 AwayLiverpool’s Raheem Sterling has rejected the label ‘money-grabbing’ after turning down a new contract at Anfield.Meanwhile, Mats Hummels has refuted a claim that he has promised to join Manchester United.In actual transfer news, Real Madridhave shelled out €31.5 million for Porto fullback Danilo.

Leighton Baines went to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital to give out some Easter eggs. Source: Everton FC/Press Association Images

The NFL are considering a change to to their scoring system to make turning six into seven a little more difficult.Welsh winger George North will sit out the Champions Cup quarter-final after his latest concussion.The Best Thing We Shared

England’s under 21s are pretty damn good. Who, what, where and how many passes? Right here.

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On The Record

– Alan Matthews and his whole backroom team resigned their positions with Bray Wanderers today.

Fixture List

The international break is well and truly behind us now. Tomorrow morning, the sporting weekend starts in Melbourne when Laois’ Zach Tuohy helps Carlton kick off the new AFL season at 9.20AM in the MCG (live on ESPN).

Tuphy taking the field for Poirtlaoise in the Leinster club quarter-final last year. Source: James Crombie/INPHO

Munster ‘A’ host Connacht Eagles at 3pm in Thomond Park. Admission is free, so if you’re about Limerick tomorrow, you might as well.

The EirGrid Leinster U21 football final throws in at 7.30pm in Páirc Tailteann, Navan. Dublin and Kildare will contest the last age grade trophy.

Showbiz, Baby

When you’re UFC featherweight champ, there’s only one way to celebrate the end of a gruelling 12-day, 10 city promotion tour.

It’s rickshaw time for Jose Aldo.

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‘Aldo was a man longing for his family and Rio de Janeiro, not another verbal joust’This is one of the most spectacular horse racing falls we’ve ever seen