12/03/2017 Newsround

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You're not dreaming, the water really is green!


And going home, the giant green sea turtle who's back in the wild.


We're talking footy first and one of the biggest rivalries


in the sport took place in Glasgow today.


Celtic welcomed Rangers to Celtic Park and it was another


Stuart Armstrong gave Celtic the lead just before half


It looked like the game was going to finish that way


until Clint hill scored that dramatic equaliser just two minutes


England and Tottenham have just kicked off against Millwall in the


FA Cup finals. They hope to join Manchester city and Arsenal in the


semifinals. But for Lincoln city the FA Cup dream is over after losing


last night. They held their own against Arsenal for much of the


first half with Nathan Arnold coming close to scoring. But CEO Wolcott


but the gunners ahead before half-time with this.


There were four more goals, including this link an own goal,


Despite the result, the Lincoln manager is proud


My favourite part of today was having a few shots


at goal, and watching them play against Arsenal.


Lincoln tried hard and had a few chances but they didn't take them.


My favourite part of today was the fans chanting and joining in.


It's amazing to be here I've never been here before and I support


I enjoyed myself, even though we lost 5-nil.


This stadium, to Lincoln's it's massive.


My favourite part today was start to finish.


Singing all day, nothing put us down.


Now, to rugby and England thrashed Scotland 61-21 last night to win


the Six Nations trophy with a game to spare and they've only gone


and equalled New Zealand's world record of 18 wins in a row.


Scotland didn't really challenge the home side at Twickenham.


Jonathan Joseph, was England's star player, scoring three tries.


Anthony Watson, Billy Vunipola and Danny Care also got


Here they are lifting the Calcutta Cup, the trophy both


sides compete for every year during the tournament.


England coach Eddie Jones thinks his team could get even better.


We've got good players, they've got a mindset of wanting


They want to keep improving, and if we keep with that mindset,


keep working hard, we will be the best in the world.


And in the Woman's Six Nations England have set up a Grand Slam


decider with Ireland next week after thrashing Scotland


Winger Kay Wilson set a new Six Nations record with seven


tries during the game as England maintained their 100 % record


Moving on, meet 12-year-old Adel, he came to the UK as a refugee


from Syria in the Middle East three years ago.


Now he's on a mission to help other children like him,


who've had to escape the war that's happening there.


His story is the focus of an episode of CBBC's 'My Life'


Welcome to my house, my name's Adel, come on in.


I live in Bristol with my three sisters.


I do Everything with my best friend in Elijah.


Oh, my gosh, can I take your picture?


I only came to the UK three years ago.


A war started when I was seven years old, and my family had


I want everyone around the world to know that being a refugee is not


It took me a long time to settle here.


And other refugees are still fleeing the war to Bristol.


There must be something I can do to make them


And if you want to find out more about what's happening in Syria,


go to Newsround online for our guide.


This giant green sea turtle called Jolly has been returned


to the wild after recovering from a flipper injury.


The 330 lb turtle was rescued when she got tangled


But after vets treated her she made a full recovery and was released


back into the sea just in time for her to lay eggs.


This river in Chicago in America has been turned a green colour


to celebrate St Patrick's Day which is next Friday.


It's a celebration of Irish history and culture,


and there are events all around the world featuring plenty


of music and parades and dressing up in green!


That's all from the Newsround team today.


We're back on CBBC tomorrow morning at 7:40.