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Saturday 3 June 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Champions

All time
# rags to riches
From hospital bed with double leg fracture to Waterford league champion in 12 months
Philip Mahony appreciated today’s win for the Deise more than most.
# Kings Of The Spring
Waterford crowned hurling league champions with emphatic win over Cork
Semple Stadium was the venue this afternoon.
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Party time at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea seal fourth Premier League title
It’s the club’s fifth league crown and first since 2010.
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Tyrone celebrate and heartbreak for Tipperary after dramatic All-Ireland U21 final
Cathal McShane’s goal was the crucial score in Parnell Park.
# Unstoppable
Dundalk playing like champions, Hoops frustrated and the weekend's LOI talking points
Drogheda can’t buy a win at the moment while Aaron Greene impressed for St Patrick’s Athletic.
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14-man Armagh lift Division 3 league title as McGeeney celebrates Croke Park glory
Armagh had five points to spare over Fermanagh this evening.
# They're Offaly Good
Four-goal Offaly power past Longford to clinch Division 4 league crown
Offaly won out in Croke Park today in a dress rehearsal ahead of their championship clash on 16 May.
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Carlow's St Mary's CBS lift Drummond Cup title with win against Tipperary's Abbey CBS
The Carlow side ran out five-point winners today in Croke Park.
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Tipperary hold off Cork in dramatic finale to claim second ever Munster U21 football crown
Tipperary now advance to face Dublin at the All-Ireland semi-final stage.
# Winning
Antrim's Cross and Passion claim All-Ireland schools hurling title in Thurles
The Antrim side made up for their 2014 heartache.
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Two Six Nations titles in two days as the Ireland women win big in Scotland
Just like the men yesterday, chasing a points total brought the best out of the women.
# Champions
Never in doubt! Ireland secure back-to-back 6 Nations titles on stunning day of rugby
Joe Schmidt’s side are the first Ireland team to defend the Six Nations title for 66 years.
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UL turned on the style against DCU to retain the O'Connor Cup
The Limerick side were far too strong in Cork.
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Three and easy for the champions as Dundalk beat 9-man Pat's
Dave McMillan got his first two goals of the season as the champions continued their 100% start.
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Celebrations for Cork's CBC as they lift Munster schools junior rugby cup
Christians saw off Crescent College in today’s final.
# The West's awake
Galway's Corofin win back All-Ireland senior club football crown after 17 years
The North Galway club saw off Derry’s Slaughtneil this afternoon.
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Wexford's Good Counsel lifted the Leinster senior football colleges title today
Good Counsel saw off St Mary’s Edenderry in the decider.
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Late heroics from Rogers needed as rusty Dundalk hold out for 3 points
Daryl Horgan scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 victory over Longford Town at Oriel Park.
# The Comeback Kid
Fitzmaurice on Galvin return: 'If it works it's fantastic, if it doesn’t work, what’s the big deal?'
Kerry boss speaks out the return of the talismanic footballer.
# Time to shine
McMillan the man out to fill the boots of 20-goal Hoban at Dundalk
The striker is relishing the chance to prove himself with a regular run in the Lilywhites team — starting at home to Longford Town tonight.
# Drama
There's been another massive shock in the Leinster Schools Senior Cup
Defending champions Blackrock are out of the competition after Roscrea’s late heroics.
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Jubilant scenes as hosts Australia win Asian Cup after beating South Korea in a thriller
James Troisi scored the winning goal in extra-time after Korea had grabbed injury-time equaliser.
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Waterford have ended a 34-year wait for a McGrath Cup title
The Deise were nine-point winners over UCC at Fraher Field.
# Moving On
3 players retire with 15 All-Ireland senior medals between them, now Cork try to replace them
Joanne O’Callaghan, Jennifer O’Leary and Sara Hayes have all retired from the Rebel setup.
# top gaffers
Alex Ferguson has always been on the cutting edge of sports science -- Paul McGinley
The Ryder Cup-winning captain spoke about the Scot’s influence on the team at Gleneagles.
# breffni blue
All-Ireland champs and Cillian Sheridan playing Barca - Cavan's 2014 sporting highlights
The Breffni County had plenty to celebrate on the GAA, soccer, handball and athletics fronts.
# On Target
NFL champions Seattle Seahawks are unsurprisingly excellent at trick shots
Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson show off their skills alongside the Dude Perfect team.
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Kieran Fitzgerald - 'A Galway team coming to Castlebar whets the appetite, we were hungry'
Former All-Ireland winner Kieran Fitzgerald spoke after the game on what the win meant for his team.
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Aran Islands claim Connacht junior football title as Roscommon's St Croan's win intermediate
Galway and Roscommon clubs were celebrating in Tuam Stadium.
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Cork's Midleton CBS claim Dean Ryan Cup title with narrow final win over Templemore
The reigning champions triumphed in Clonmel yesterday.
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Cork's Milford and Wexford's Oulart claim weekend senior club camogie titles
The intermediate titles were won by Waterford’s Lismore and Kilkenny’s Piltown.
# Game 7
San Francisco win another World Series as 'Mad Bum' delivers on the biggest stage
Madison Bumgarner pitched five scoreless relief innings as the Giants beat the Royals in nailbiting Game 7.
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St Vincent's retain Dublin senior football title as they hold off St Oliver Plunkett's late rally
The final took place in Parnell Park tonight.
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Dessie Dolan the main man as Garrycastle win their seventh Westmeath title
The 35-year-old was at his best as they defeated Mullingar Shamrocks on a scoreline of 1-11 to 0-8.
Ulster v Toulon, Champions Cup
Only the back-to-back champions stood between Ulster and victory today, so we went minute-by-minute from Ravenhill.
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Stephen Kenny: winning title in front of Oriel crowd more than we could have dreamed
Dundalk got the job done against Cork City.
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Hollywood ending to season as Stephen O'Donnell revels in dramatic comeback role
The Lilywhites’ skipper scored the first goal on his first night back in the jersey.
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Kilmacud Crokes sees off St Judes after extra-time to win Dublin senior hurling title
The final took place in Parnell Park tonight.
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Sarsfields cruise to Cork senior hurling final win over Glen Rovers and claim 4th title in 7 years
Tadhg Óg Murphy and Kieran ‘Fraggy’ Murphy hit the net as the winners had 16 points to spare.
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Conor McGrath leads the way as Cratloe wrap up first SHC title in five years
McGrath scored 0-6 as Cratloe completed the first part of a potential hurling-football double.