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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Day Two

This year
Rory McIlroy two shots off leader Fowler at halfway point of US Open
Padraig Harrington is two over after shooting a second round 69.
Mushfiqur ton puts Bangladesh in control of Ireland Test
Andy McBrine claimed 6-118, becoming only the second Irish bowler to take five Test wickets.
Johnny Ward: Triumph for 85-year-old Kiely proves that Cheltenham is everything
Johnny Ward reports from the second day of the Festival, as A Dream To Share earned Kiely his first win at Cheltenham.
Last year
Shishkin for the Queen Mother: 3 tips for Day Two of Cheltenham
Johnny Ward brings you his tips for Wednesday.
All time
760 people on hospital trolleys for second day in a row as overcrowding continues
University Hospital Limerick is worst affected with 75 people on trolleys.
Farmers begin 12-hour blockade of major Lidl distribution centre in Cork
Farmers are blocking the entrance and exit at the site.
Ireland battle hard to retain the upper hand in absorbing Lord's Test
Mark Adair shone with the ball as William Porterfield’s side put themselves in a strong position against England.
Late recovery saves Lowry from cut, Power surges up Irish Open leaderboard
The home challenge has somewhat faded on day two of the Irish Open at Lahinch.
Federer recovers from opening set stumble to book second round spot
Lloyd Harris looked like he could cause an upset on Centre Court, but Federer denied the 22-year-old South Africa in four sets.
O'Brien and Moore look to maintain stunning start at Royal Ascot
The Irish trainer celebrated two high-profile winners yesterday, including Circus Maximus in the St James’ Palace Stakes.
Mixed round for Ireland's Dunne as Pepperell edges into the lead at British Masters
Defending champion Paul Dunne hit three bogeys and a double-bogey in the second round.
Lowry and Dunne still in contention for Masters spot as Hossler takes lead in Houston
Both men are still in with a chance of making a Masters spot after day two.
Spieth copes best in grim conditions to lead British Open
Matt Kuchar looks to be the biggest threat to the American at Royal Birkdale.
Two Americans gored and eight injured in Spanish bull running fest
A Spaniard was seriously injured yesterday on the first day of the famous bull running event.
'I wanted it to stop' - Bill Cosby's accuser finally faces him in emotional sex assault hearing
Andrea Constand was allegedly sexually assaulted by Cosby in 2004.
Here are the policy decisions Donald Trump made yesterday
Trump was hard at work again yesterday.
Dublin Bus drivers are on strike again today - but you can get cheap taxis
But that’s not something drivers have an issue with.
Cheltenham Day Two preview: Mullins likely to make it another day to remember
The County Carlow handler looks set to claim the Queen Mother Champion Chase for the first time while the RSA Chase is shaping up as a battle between two major Irish owners.
'Fine Fáil' and 6 other things you need to know about this election
As the seats fill up, attention turns to what happens next.
The42's Winning Post: Everything you need to enjoy day two of Cheltenham
After a brilliant opening day of racing, there’s plenty more in store this afternoon.
Search steps up for tiger on the loose near Disneyland Paris
Police guarded the entrance to schools as children arrived this morning.
Electric Picnic Day Two, as told in tweets from Stradbally
The toilets are beginning to creak.
Call for government to be allowed shut down social media sites rejected by Fianna Fáil
A motion that called for the government to be given the right to shut down a social media site if it leads to the death of a citizen was defeated by delegates on day two of the party’s Ard Fheis in Killarney.’s Morning Line: everything you need to enjoy day two at Cheltenham — and pick a winner
Who will prevail in the Champion Chase, plus more thoughts ahead of today’s action.
Winter Olympic Village: Day Two, wrap
Russia’s 15-year-old rising star Julia Lipnitskaia is talk of the Games after winning a gold today.
Inquest hears Savita's words: 'What kind of mother am I, waiting for my baby to die'
The inquest continued in Galway today.
Ryder Cup 2012, day 3
Europe started Sunday’s singles matches four points down to an inspired USA. Could Ian Poulter and Rory McIlroy spark a remarkable fightback?
Ryder Cup 2012, day 2
‘You’ve got to have it in your pants’ said Europe’s Nicolas Colsaerts after his day one heroics. Saturday was all about Bradley, Simpson and Poulter.
Paralympic breakfast: 2008 gold medalist Smyth hoping for repeat performance
From an Irish perspective, there is also much anticipation surrounding the cycling events taking place today.