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Thursday 8 June 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Champions

All time
# Pot Luck
Quiz: How well do you know the World Snooker Championships?
Action gets under way at The Crucible this afternoon.
# Champions
Four players from St Brendan's Hogan Cup winning team in Kerry minor side
Kerry face Waterford on Wednesday night.
# Late Drama
Cork claim U21 football title with thrilling one-point win in Tralee
Cian Dorgan was the hero for the Rebels, who made it five titles in six years.
# EirGridU21
Monaghan win first Ulster U21 in 17 years to set up All-Ireland tie against Kerry or Cork
A two-point win for Monaghan tonight against Tyrone.
# Leaders
Analysis: Connacht continue to be the brightest light in Irish rugby
Last weekend’s win over Leinster was the latest demonstration of the quality of Pat Lam’s men.
# Dominant
Dundalk go three points clear at top of the table with demolition job on St Pat's
The reigning champions were very impressive in a 4-0 away win.
# Champions
Na Piarsaigh win Limerick's first All-Ireland senior club hurling title
Adrian Breen and Kevin Downes bagged first-half goals for the new club kingpins.
# Camogie
Cork's Milford lift All-Ireland senior crown for third time in four years
Milford saw off Galway’s Killimor today
# Champions
O'Keeffe inspires Cork IT to All-Ireland fresher hurling glory against DCU
The corner-forward scored 1-7 as the Cork college secured a three-point victory.
# Champions
A 54th Leinster hurling crown for St Kieran's as they see off Kilkenny CBS
A four-point win for St Kieran’s today in Nowlan Park.
# Champions
Kilkenny's Glenmore hold off Derry's Eoghan Rua to win All-Ireland title
Two goals from Alan Murphy were key for the Kilkenny club’s victory.
# Crystal Ball
Poll: Who do you think will win the 2016 Six Nations title?
Ireland have won the last two tournaments but who’ll be celebrating this time?
# Champions
New faces in Ireland Women's squad as 7s stars miss start of Six Nations defence
Head coach Tom Tierney has included seven uncapped players as Ireland women spread resources across two forms of the game.
# Champions
The Toy Show still rules, but rugby was a huge ratings-winner for TV3
Only one Irish game missed out on the top 20.
# Champions
Top of the world - Messi and Suarez on target as Barca claim yet another title
Argentine opened the scoring but it looked like it should have been ruled out for handball.
# Champions
Former Irish international wins league title in Singapore under Steve Kean
“I’d definitely recommend to other players to look abroad more to places like this.”
# Champions
Shane Dowling leads the way as Na Piarsaigh crowned Munster club kingpins again
Limerick ace Dowling starred as his side sealed a third provincial title in five years.
# always bet on black
Nonu's Ma'avelous try, Dan Carter's deadly drop-goal and the rest of the RWC final highlights
Thanks, All Blacks and Wallabies, for the best Rugby World Cup final ever.
# Champions
Dundalk sign off by breaking a 92-year-old League of Ireland record
The champions put four past Bray at Oriel Park.
# Talking Points
We now have a Premier Division champion and the relegation battle is really hotting up
Several clubs can still go down with three games to go.
# Champions
Brian O'Sullivan steers Ballygunner back into the Waterford SHC final
They’ll face Tallow next weekend in the decider.
# Champions
Late drama secures title and a piece of history for all-conquering Dundalk
Richie Towell’s penalty secured the Premier Division title for the Lilywhites in Tallaght.
# Champions
Simply the best! Sensational Cork ladies are All-Ireland champs for 10th time in 11 years
Magnificent Rebels beat Dublin by two points to clinch ANOTHER five-in-a-row.
# All smiles
Dublin's All-Ireland winners visit Crumlin Children's Hospital with Sam Maguire
The young GAA fans were happy to greet the new champions.
# Family affair
Bernard Brogan got out of hospital in time to see his sons win an All-Ireland for Dublin
Bernard and Alan Brogan matched their father’s All-Ireland senior medal tally yesterday.
# Champions
Dominant Kerry storm past Tipperary to retain All-Ireland minor football crown
Jack O’Connor managed the Kingdom to glory once more today.
# Race For Sam
Poll: Kerry or Dublin - who will be crowned All-Ireland champions tomorrow in Croke Park?
The Kingdom or the Dubs – who do you fancy?
# Putting smiles on faces
Cork's All-Ireland winning camogie team pay a visit to children at Crumlin Hospital
The Rebels claimed the O’Duffy Cup with a win over Galway at Croke Park yesterday.
# Passion
This brilliant Dundalk FC video shows what makes supporting a LOI club special
The reigning champions are one the league’s best-supported clubs.
# defence force
Syria peacekeeping ahead for Kilkenny's Larkin - 'I'm very apprehensive and nervous'
The Kilkenny forward is understandably nervous about the prospect.
# Champions
Brilliant Kilkenny second-half showing delivers All-Ireland final win over Galway
The Cats reigned supreme in another September showdown.
# Champions
Great start for Galway as they lift All-Ireland minor hurling title against Tipperary
All-Ireland final Sunday has begun well for the Tribesmen.
# Champions
Galway trounce Sligo to end eight-year wait for provincial honours
The Tribesmen are Connacht minor football champions for the first time since 2007.
# Champions
Kerry make no mistake in replay to be crowned Munster champions against Cork
The Kingdom are provincial champions again.
# Tipp Top
Tipperary crowned Munster champions with hard-earned win over Waterford
A first piece of championship silverware under Eamonn O’Shea for the Premier.
# Champions
Dublin are kings of Leinster again after blitzing battling Westmeath
Dublin clinched another Leinster football crown with a 13-point win over Westmeath.
# Banner Roar
20 years ago today the Clare hurlers won a famous Munster title...but where are they now?
Two decades ago, the Banner roared in Thurles.
# Champions
Wexford hammer Kilkenny by 17 points to claim Leinster U21 hurling three-in-a-row
The home fans were celebrating tonight.
# Champions
Highlanders upset Hurricanes for first Super title
From the opening three minutes of helter-skelter rugby, the game was played at a relentless pace.
# Champions
Kerry will play in Leinster next year after clinching the Christy Ring Cup
Third time lucky for the Kingdom at Derry’s expense.