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# Champions

All time
# clean sweep
Reilly's sniping score hands McNamara's Ireland memorable Grand Slam win
The replacement scrum-half, promoted to the bench just before kick-off, produced a moment of magic for Ireland in north Wales.
Wales U20 v Ireland U20, Grand Slam decider
Noel McNamara’s men went to Wales with the title already in the bag. We followed their bid to complete the clean sweep.
# Champions
Ireland crowned U20 Six Nations champions after thrilling shoot-out win over France
Noel McNamara’s men have the title in the bag and can complete the Grand Slam in Wales next week.
# Champions
Proud Kerry club hold homecoming for Fitzgibbon Cup-winning star and UCC team-mates
Second-year student Shane Conway picked up his first Fitzgibbon Cup medal last weekend.
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Hanniffy brace guides UL to four-in-a-row Ashbourne Cup success over UCC
Goals were the difference on the day as UL secured a fifth title in six seasons.
# Champions
River Plate come from behind to beat Boca in thrilling Copa Libertadores showdown
Juan Fernando Quintero’s stunning extra-time strike set his side on course for victory in Madrid.
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Ireland international scores astonishing 5-4 as Clontarf secure All-Ireland Intermediate title
Siobhan Killeen’s display propeled Clontarf towards an historic Club Championship title at Parnell Park.
# treble treble treble
Celtic claim seventh trophy under Brendan Rodgers as Christie strike secures League Cup
A third consecutive treble is still on the cards as Celtic saw off Aberdeen at Hampden Park on Sunday.
# Champions
Young star Mullen bags two goals as Ballyhale coast past Ballyboden to Leinster hurling crown
Henry Sheffln’s side ran out 16-point winners over Ballyboden St Enda’s.
# Mick Bohan
All-Ireland winning boss commits to Dublin for new two-year term
Mick Bohan was appointed to the role in December 2016.
# Champions
Cooney goal decisive as St Thomas' reclaim their Galway hurling crown
Darragh Burke bagged 1-7 for the victors.
# Tragedy
'He made us champions': Leicester pays tribute to Thai owner
Four other people on the helicopter, including two members of Vichai’s staff, were also killed in the crash.
# Champions
Family affair as former Limerick boss TJ Ryan leads Garryspillane to Limerick intermediate glory
His brothers David and Donie, and son Colin played key roles in the victory.
# Champions
Dundalk secure record league points tally as Hoban scores 29th goal of the season
The Lilywhites were too good for manager-less Sligo at Oriel Park tonight.
# New Deal
Two more years! Dundalk's Michael Duffy agrees new deal with SSE Airtricity League champions
The Derry native has been a standout performer for the Lilywhites this season.
# Irish Abroad
'Best day of my life' - US-based Ireland international O'Sullivan wins National Women's Soccer League title
Denise O’Sullivan was an integral member of the NC Courage side which were crowned National Women’s Soccer League champions.
# Champions
Nail-biting finish sees Leinster claim inter-pro title after draw with Munster
Both sides finished the campaign with two wins and a draw but, with the roles reversed from last year, Leinster secured the silverware.
# Winning
Champions! UCD clinch First Division title after Conor Davis hits late equaliser
The Students lifted the silverware after a 1-1 draw against Finn Harps.
# History makers
Ireland’s rise in 7s continues as Eddy's men make history with Grand Prix title in Poland
Anthony Eddy’s side set a new series points tally, securing 23 wins from 24 matches across the four legs.
# Champions
Leinster Schools clinch inter-pro title with victory over Ulster in UL
IQ Rugby secured a win in their final fixture against Munster in UL.
# success
Newly crowned All-Ireland champions Limerick receive heroes' welcome home
Thousands of fans have turned up today at the Gaelic Grounds and elsewhere to greet the team.
# Champions
'We felt that we were second-class citizens when it came to hurling. We were always the bridesmaids'
Limerick manager John Kiely praises his team’s work-rate and courage under fire.
# Champions
Perfect start to the day for Galway as minors collect third All-Ireland hurling crown in four years
The Tribesmen had seven points to spare over Kilkenny in Croke Park.
# Champions
Sterling Silva as Man City spoil the start of Arsenal's Emery era
Pep Guardiola’s side were 2-0 winners at the Emirates.
# Wembley
Aguero shines with a double as Man City complete Community Shield triumph
Maurizio Sarri’s first competitive match in charge of Chelsea ended in defeat as Sergio Aguero reached 201 Manchester City goals.
# Champions
'Too many times West of Ireland teams shy away from being favourites' - Galway boss Glennon
Galway take on Waterford in the TG4 All-Ireland senior championship tomorrow in St Brendan’s Park.
# Champions
Pogba and Mbappe fire France to World Cup glory
Didier Deschamps’ men overcame Croatia 4-2.
# Landslide
Breathtaking Donegal score 9-21 to secure back-to-back Ulster titles
It was a one-sided affair at Brewster Park on Sunday as Donegal secured a landslide win against Armagh.
# Champions
Mayo crowned EirGrid Connacht U20 champions as Rossies suffer 16 point defeat
Mayo claimed their first ever Connacht U20 championship at Dr Hyde Park on Sunday with a landslide win.
# Glory Days
Sexton sensational as Leinster smash Scarlets to secure historic double
Jordan Larmour’s sublime solo try was among the highlights of a stunning Leinster performance in Dublin.
# Magic of the Cup
Chelsea claim FA Cup at Wembley thanks to decisive Hazard penalty
Eden Hazard’s penalty in the first half handed Chelsea the FA Cup for an eighth time.
# Scudetto
Stalemate sees Juventus become first team in Serie A history to win four doubles in a row
The Old Lady saw off a season-long battle with Napoli at the top of the table to claim another Scudetto title.
# Fun in the sun
'It's not about the fifth star but chasing up to number ten': Leinster celebrate in style
Leo Cullen’s squad joined hundreds of supporters to continue the celebrations after their record-equalling fourth European title.
# Champions
Stunning comeback sees Maynooth University Town crowned Intermediate champions
Maynooth produced a seismic comeback late on to secure a memorable extra time win at the Aviva Stadium.
# Champions
'I can't believe we're champions again': Nacewa and Sexton speechless as Leinster reign in Spain
Leo Cullen’s side battled hard to defeat Racing 92 15-12 in Bilbao this evening.
# garden county
Wicklow crowned Division 4 champions thanks to brilliant Kealy hat-trick
The Garden County powered to a comfortable victory over Louth at St Brendan’s Park on Monday, securing Division 3 football for 2019.
# Setting records
Declan Rice involved in unfortunate own goal as Man City stroll to victory over West Ham
The title winners had a comfortable 4-1 victory over the Hammers in London.
# down and out
O'Mahony: 'I'm tired of learning lessons... I'm tired of losing semi-finals'
The Munster captain was gutted after Munster’s latest fall in the last four of Europe.
# High five
Guardiola's newly-crowned champions turn on the style to fire five past sorry Swansea
Pep Guardiola’s side handed Swansea a heavy defeat one week after being crowned Premier League champions.
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UL Bohemians retain Women's All-Ireland League crown with win over Old Belvedere
They prevailed 15-0 at Portlaoise RFC yesterday.