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Thursday 30 March 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Champions

All time
# Champions
James Doyle hits four goals as Carlow claim Christy Ring honours
They beat Antrim by 11 points in Croke Park.
# Champions
Clinical Man United seal Europa League triumph on emotional night
Goals from Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan earned the Red Devils a deserved win.
# invincibles
Proud Rodgers doubts Celtic's 'special' achievement will ever be repeated
The Hoops became the first Scottish side to go through a whole season undefeated.
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Joy for Real Madrid as they pip Barcelona to La Liga title
Zinedine Zidane’s men started the day three points ahead of their Catalan rivals.
# Champions
In-demand Mbappe fires Monaco to first French title in 17 years
Valere Germain added a second goal with the final kick of the match.
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Leona Archibold the hero as Westmeath ladies lift Division 2 title to continue their remarkable rise
Westmeath finally gained promotion to the top flight.
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All-conquering Sheriff YC bag fourth FAI Junior Cup in six years
The Dublin club beat Kilkenny’s Evergreen at the Aviva Stadium.
# representing
Ireland's Megan Campbell stars in Man City's first-ever FA Cup title win
The Drogheda native provided two assists in front of a record-breaking crowd at Wembley.
# Champions
Finn on fire with 1-10 as Cork storm to their fifth league title on the bounce
It was a thrilling contest as the Rebels edged Donegal by a single point.
# Champions
A third All-Ireland U21 title in six years for Dublin after final win over Galway
Con O’Callaghan and Aaron Byrne scored goals for the winners.
# Provincial honours
Donegal to face Dublin after being crowned Ulster U21 champions with win over Derry
The Tir Chonaill men were 3-17 to 0-13 winners at the Athletic Grounds.
# conor sweeney
'To see them celebrating at the final whistle, that feeling in your stomach was absolutely sickening'
Conor Sweeney hit 2-5 as Tipperary gained revenge on Louth.
# Unstoppable
The joy of six: After a superb campaign under Brendan Rodgers, Celtic are Scottish champions
With eight games left, the Bhoys can’t be caught after an incredible unbeaten run.
# hogan cup glory
Kerry school St Brendan's retain All-Ireland colleges title with commanding eight-point victory
David Shaw bagged four points for the victors.
# croke cup champs
Our Lady's Templemore come from behind to win first All-Ireland since 1978
Brian McGrath hit 1-8 to deny St Kieran’s an historic four-in-a-row.
# Champions
Derry's St Mary's lift MacRory Cup to reach All-Ireland semi-final against Wexford's St Peter's
Victory arrived today against St Colman’s of Newry.
# Champions
Moment of brilliance the difference as Coláiste Iognáid claim back-to-back Senior Cups
Gary Keane scored the only try in the first half of a tightly contested affair at the Sportsground.
# Champions
Collins the hero as Garbally College lift Connacht junior cup for first time in 11 years
Garbally lost last year’s final but are back celebrating now.
# Kingpins
Cork star Scally returns to haunt former college UCC as UL claim 3rd O'Connor Cup in 4 seasons
Doireann O’Sullivan was UCC’s sole scorer.
# Champions
England seal 18th straight win and back-to-back Six Nations by trouncing Scotland
Vern Cotter’s side were demolished at Twickenham.
# Champions
Denis Leamy leads Clonmel to remarkable Munster three-in-a-row
A victory against Abbeyfeale saw the club claim another Junior League Division 1 title.
# Champions
Croke Park queen Ciara Quirke propels Carlow's Myshall to All-Ireland intermediate glory
The full-forward hit all but one of the newly-crowned champions’ scores as they beat Tyrone side Eglish.
# Winning
St Brendan's win battle of the Kingdom as minor stars' goals key to retaining Corn Ui Mhuiri
The Sem were impressive against Tralee CBS.
# Champions
Nicky Kelly the hero with dramatic winning score as mighty Mayfield lift All-Ireland title
It was a historic day for the Cork champions after a junior decider of the highest quality in Croke Park.
# Champions
Templemore put years of heartbreak to rest as they win first Harty Cup since 1978
The Tipp side had a comprehensive win over Cork’s St Colman’s College.
# Champions
Untouchable Glanmire make it four-in-a-row as National Cup is Cork-bound again
Ulster Rockets, BFG Neptune and DCU Mercy were also succesful in the National Basketball Arena today.
# Champions
Rising Clare star Aaron Shanagher's late goal seals inter-provincial victory for Munster
He came on as a substitute as the southerners overcame Leinster in Thurles.
# Picture perfect
After being crowned WNL champions during the week, Shelbourne lifted the trophy today
They beat Peamount United 2-1 today to top off an unbeaten season and win the double.
# Champions
Catriona McConnell inspires Donaghmoyne to back-to-back titles for the first time
The Monaghan club beat Foxrock-Cabinteely to win their fifth All-Ireland senior title.
# Champions
Five-time Tipp champions Burgess-Duharra add Munster title to collection
There was disappointment for Inniscarra and Rena Buckley.
# Champions
Former Deise dual player Liam Lawlor leads The Nire to county football title in Waterford
Lawlor and county hurler Conor Gleeson scored four points each in the win.
# Top of the pile
'I can't say how much this means, it's unreal' - Brian Hogan reflects on winning Kilkenny title
O’Loughlin Gaels are county champions for the first time since 2010.
# Champions
History for Ballyea as they secure first-ever Clare hurling title
Goals from Gary Brennan and Niall Deasy secured victory in the replay at Cusack Park.
# Champions
Dundalk end season on a high with easy win over Galway
Stephen Kenny’s men turned on the style at Oriel Park tonight.
# Star Performers
League-winning defensive partners named in our LOI Team of the Week
Players from Dundalk, Cork City, Finn Harps, Bray Wanderers, Shamrock Rovers and Derry City feature.
# Champions
Dundalk's success story and third league title has 'inspired' people, says Kenny
The Lilywhites boss labelled his players a ‘special group’ and also gave credit to the club’s owners and staff after last night’s win.
# Champions
It's an 8th Galway title in 11 years for Corofin as they ease past Salthill-Knocknacarra
Michael Lundy made his first start since returning from the States to help his side to a five-point victory.
# Champions
Philly McMahon explains Dublin's tactical evolution: 'We've become smarter footballers'
The 29-year-old defender on why more trust from the management has helped them on the field.
# The Glory Days
'Other teams might hope they'll dig it out but we believe we'll get over the line'
Bernard Brogan on how Dublin have managed to land four titles in six years.
# a sort of homecoming
Dublin's All Ireland homecoming turned into a bit of a singsong
Thousands of supporters gathered at Smithfield Plaza this afternoon for a chance to acclaim their heroes.