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# Defeated

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# Defeated
Linfield out of the Champions League after narrow defeat to Legia Warsaw
David Healy’s side fell to a brave 1-0 defeat in Poland.
# forced hand
Johnson sends Tusk letter seeking extension - along with another one saying further delay would be a mistake
Johnson’s plans to pass a Meaningful Vote on his deal today have been scuppered.
# Defeated
Connacht's Pro14 campaign off to disappointing start with defeat to Scarlets
All Connacht could muster was a single try from Eoghan Masterson and five points from Conor Fitzgerald.
# Defeated
Wolves suffer Europa League setback with defeat to Braga at Molineux
Nuno Espírito Santo’s side fell to a 1-0 defeat at Molineux on Thursday night.
# Defeated
Van Aanholt's 93rd-minute winner sees Man United slump to defeat against Palace
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men were beaten 2-1 on Saturday afternoon at Old Trafford.
# winning ways
Cathal McShane leads the way as Tyrone book Ulster semi-final spot with 14-point victory
Mickey Harte’s men booked their place in this year’s Ulster SFC final with a 14 point win.
# Defeated
Solskjaer says 'work starts now' for Man United after humiliating defeat to relegated Cardiff
Manchester United suffered a 2-0 defeat to Cardiff City at Old Trafford on Sunday.
# Defeated
CPA 'utterly disgusted' at rejection of blank canvas motion and seek 'urgent meeting' with GAA
Roscommon’s motion was rejected at Central Council last weekend.
# Second best
All Blacks depart Dublin after being 'manipulated' by clever Ireland
‘We’re still stuck between the old way and the new way.’
# Real Problem
Shock upset sees Real Madrid stunned by second-half Girona fightback
Real Madrid took an early lead through Isco, but a stunning second-half fightback from Girona dealt the champions their second LaLiga loss.
# Defeated
'Maybe they will be able to put their names in the Munster legend' - Dusautoir
Thierry Dusautoir paid tribute to the Thomond Park crowd after his first game at the Limerick stadium.
# Defeated
Ireland U20s well beaten as powerful England advance to JWC final
Mike Ruddock’s men conceded five tries and now face a 3rd/4th place play-off against South Africa or New Zealand.
# Defeated
Munster 'not in a happy place' but focus shifts immediately to Toulouse
Head coach Rob Penney was disappointed by the manner in which Leinster enjoyed long periods of possession.
# Opposition wins
Government beaten as senators vote to ban upward only rent reviews
There was applause in the chamber, but not from Fine Gael or Labour senators.
# Seanad
'The question is carried, isn't it?': The moment the government was defeated in the Seanad
It wasn’t the first time the government has lost a vote in the upper house but it came with the referendum just two days away.
# rebellion
Three Labour senators break ranks over plan to scrap Seanad
The three senators are now likely to be kicked out of the Labour Parliamentary Party after supporting an opposition motion.
# Defeated
Government defeated – twice – in Seanad votes over reform talks
Fianna Fáil, Sinn Féin and independent members join forces to force a debate on circumventing plans to scrap the Seanad.
# Promissory notes
Finance committee demands Honohan meeting as "urgent priority"
The Oireachtas finance committee formally writes to Patrick Honohan asking for a meeting before the promissory note payment.
# Defeated
Government lost committee vote 'because TDs were locked out of the room'
Two Fine Gael TDs left the room to try and round up their absent colleagues – and were locked out themselves.
# Defeated
Government tastes defeat in committee vote over Anglo promissory note
The government loses a committee vote over whether to hold a hearing with Patrick Honohan – its first defeat since taking office.
# Defeated
Irish Life workers vote against industrial action
Members were balloted on possible industrial action following what UNITE said was a lack of information on a possible sell-off.