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Sorry Ireland, Zlatan Ibrahimovic goal hands Sweden victory in Kazakhstan
The Irish team’s Group C rivals narrowly prevailed thanks to a goal from their star striker.
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Geniez wins 15th stage as Roche finishes third at Vuelta
Giro d’Italia winner Vincenzo Nibali maintained his lead in the overall classification.
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Roche finishes 10th on Stage 4 of Vuelta, now 8 seconds off lead
Meanwhile, today’s race was won by Dani Moreno of Spain, after he broke clear in the final kilometre.
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McIlroy charges but Furyk, Dufner stay atop PGA
In addition, Swede Henrik Stenson put himself in the mix with a birdie at the 13th to reach seven under.
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Furyk grabs PGA lead while Tiger stumbles
The 2003 US Open champion had his lowest first-round score in 73 career majors.
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Galway edge Waterford in All-Ireland SFC qualifier
A late Michael Meehan goal was ultimately enough to spare his side’s blushes.
# Result
London and Leitrim to meet again as game ends in draw
The visitors started brightly in what has been a very closely fought contest.
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Freak goal helps Meath overcome Wicklow in Leinster SFC
A Paul Earls goal gave Wicklow the lead early on, before Meath fought back.
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Kuchar grabs Memorial lead, McIlroy 14 strokes back
Meanwhile, Tiger Woods struggled to a 79 to stand 16 strokes off the pace.
# Upset
London shock Sligo to secure first Connacht SFC victory since 1977
Padraig McGoldrick saw his penalty effort saved by goalkeeper Philip Greene in a lively first half.
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Lennon and White combine for Louth to give Laois a knockout blow
The forwards from the Wee County were in top form as Jason McNulty’s side lost by 10 points at home.
# Match Report
HL Division 1 semi-final: Kilkenny school Galway at Semple Stadium
The first half has been overshadowed by a serious injury sustained by Galway skipper Fergal Moore
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McIlroy showing further signs of improvement, McDowell trails Tiger
G-Mac fired a 67 to finish 36 bogey-free holes on 133 at the WGC-Cadillac Championship today.
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Garcia, Kaymer and Fraser among Qatar leaders
Another five players are a further stroke back on seven under, while world number four Justin Rose is tied for 20th.
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China's Zhang joint halfway leader of Australian PGA, Clarke on five-under
The Chinese golfer fired eight birdies and three bogeys, including a run of four consecutive birdies on the back nine.
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Charl Schwartzel extends Thailand Golf Championship lead
Irealnd’s Darren Clarke is currently on two under at the Amata Spring Country Club.
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Poulter leads Scott by one in Australian Masters
Meanwhile, Northern Ireland’s Graeme McDowell has moved to joint 13th at one-under
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Westwood's 61 catches Oosthuizen at HSBC
Meanwhile, Ian Poulter and Bill Haas are four shots off the lead along with Ernie Els
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McIlroy's sublime 65 puts him in BMW Masters hunt
Ireland’s Shane Lowry is also performing well in the event at Lake Malaren.
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American Van Pelt steals the lead in Perth
The world number 24 produced an excellent performance, holing a 15-metre putt from the back tier of the 18th green
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Fisher leads despite first tee slip-up in Portugal
The 31-year-old slipped as he made his way off the opening hole, injuring himself in the process.
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Rose, Snedeker share lead at PGA Tour Championship
Meanwhile, Rory McIlroy still remains in contention for the prize.
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Furyk grabs lead at PGA Tour Championship
Meanwhile, Rory McIlroy fired a 68 to stand in a share of seventh.
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Tiger, Rose share lead at PGA Tour Championship
World Number One Rory McIlroy fired a 69 after the first round today.
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Mulroy takes lead in tight race for Italian Open title
The South African currently holds a one-shot lead after the third round.
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Bland closes in on long-awaited first European Tour victory
After 15 years on Tour, the English player leads the Italian Open at the halfway stage.
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Sweden's Joel Sjoholm leads Italian Open
The Swede was inspired form, producing three-straight birdies earlier today.
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Singh edges ahead of Woods and McIlroy at BMW Championship
The Fijian reached 13-under 131 to secure the top spot after the second round of the BMW Championship
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Furyk holds onto Bridgestone lead, McIlroy fourth
The Irish golfer has produced an improved performance, following his recent disappointment in the British Open.