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Friday 24 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Drama

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# Women's World Cup
Brilliant last-minute strike sends Cameroon through to last 16
Ajara Nchout was the hero as she scored a brilliant 95th winner for her side against New Zealand.
# Lovely Hurling
Wexford and Kilkenny through to Leinster final on scoring difference after thrilling draw
A dramatic draw at Innovative Park means the sides will meet again in the decider on 30 June.
# Late Show
Drama as European champions Netherlands claim last-gasp victory
New Zealand were agonisingly close to earning a draw.
# Drama
Pickford scores and saves a penalty to earn England third place in Nations League
Spot kicks followed their scoreless draw with Switzerland, after the Three Lions were denied another goal courtesy of VAR.
# Drama
Goalkeeping howler and Dortmund collapse leaves Bayern on brink of seventh successive title
Roman Buerki’s error and a goal from Claudio Pizarro all but ended the race for glory.
# Drama
Chelsea to report Burnley after sent-off Sarri was 'offended' by backroom staff
Burnley may now find themselves in trouble with the Football Association.
# Drama
Confusion reigns as UL and LIT show up at different venues for All-Ireland Freshers hurling final
The game was not played after LIT togged out in Moylish, while UL turned up in Mary I.
# Drama
English frustrated by mid-race collision but qualifies for 800m final in Glasgow
The Donegal star’s appeal was successful after his 800m semi-final at the European Indoor Championships.
# Drama
Sarri mess for Chelsea as Kepa row overshadows Spurs clash
Chelsea lost to Man City 4-3 on penalties on Sunday.
# Drama
Duggan and Byrnes miss penalties in LIT's shock Fitzgibbon quarter-final defeat to NUIG
NUIG will face Mary I in the last four.
# Drama
'A positive first step': Abbey meets with theatre makers over 'deep concern and dissatisfaction'
Over 400 theatre makers have signed an open letter raising their concerns to Culture Minister Josepha Madigan.
# Drama
Ulster snatch last-gasp draw to break Benetton hearts in Belfast
A penalty try at the death rescued Dan McFarland’s side at Kingspan Stadium.
# Drama
'One of the games of the season' - Incredible scenes as Wolves clinch 7-goal thriller in stoppage time
A Diego Jota hat-trick inspired his side to a late victory over Leicester.
'Sometimes being true to history you get as much flack': Historical drama Resistance's creator on annoying Twitter
The new RTÉ One flagship drama looks at Bloody Sunday in 1920. It’s a follow up to Rebellion, which was aired in 2016.
# Drama
Jimmy Butler 'aggressively' challenged 76ers head coach on his role in team meeting
All is not well with Jimmy Butler and the Philadelphia 76ers.
# Late Late Show
Chick scores 89th minute try after 39 phases as Newcastle snatch late win over Montpellier
Newcastle followed their away win over Toulon with another dramatic victory over French powerhouses Montpellier.
# Drama
Whelan misses 97th-minute penalty as under-fire Bruce's Villa draw, Leeds return to winning ways
A busy night of Championship action.
# Drama
Maguire strikes late to sink Saints as Bournemouth and Everton produce four-goal thriller
Meanwhile, Huddersfield’s wait for a first win of the season continued as they were held to a 0-0 draw by Cardiff.
# Drama
UCD prevail after 8 goals, one red card and extra time
A last-minute goal from Jason McClelland spared the Students’ blushes.
# taken down
Stars of new RTÉ drama hope it will open conversation on Ireland's treatment of immigrants
The show centres on the violent death of a young migrant woman whose body is found close to a direct provision centre.
# Drama
Last-gasp free forces Kildare and Wicklow to meet again after Leinster MFC thriller
The sides drew 3-13 to 3-13 after extra-time in Newbridge.
# Drama
Schmidt's Ireland cling on to secure thrilling series success in Australia
The tourists endured a nailbiting endgame in Sydney but emerged with victory.
# Drama
Here's the controversial 'goal' that helped Tipp snatch a draw and left Waterford fans furious
Austin Gleeson fumbled the sliotar – but TV replays suggested that it never crossed the line.
# Captain Fantastic
Watch: Eoin Donnelly's stoppage time goal earns Fermanagh first Ulster final spot in 10 years
Rory Gallagher’s side defeated Monaghan in dramatic circumstances on Sunday to book their place in the 2018 Ulster final.
# Drama
Last-gasp Laois get out of jail to win extra-time thriller against Wexford
Visitors dodge first-round exit to set up quarter-final against Westmeath.
# Drama
Southampton cough up late equaliser against Everton to hand West Brom a lifeline
Tom Davies scored with a deflected strike to cancel out Nathan Redmond’s 56th-minute header.
# exit stage right
'Genuine mistake': Jockey explains what went wrong in chaotic conclusion to Punchestown race
Paul Townend and Robbie Power have both released statements this morning.
# Drama
Unbelievable scenes in the Bundesliga as team recalled from dressing room after belated penalty award
Following a nervy first half Mainz took the lead in curious circumstances.
# Drama
Incredible 8-minute turnaround as Giroud double keeps Chelsea in Champions League hunt
The hosts looked set for a much-needed victory, as goals from Dusan Tadic and Jan Bednarek put them in the driving seat.
# Drama
Dramatic late goal-line clearance means McEneff double enough for Candystripes to see off Saints
Darren Cole’s clearance off the line meant Derry City earned all three points despite a nervy finish at the Brandywell.
# Drama
Late own goal breaks Waterford hearts as Dundalk move within a point of top spot
Stephen Kenny’s side earned a dramatic late win at Oriel Park to move within one point of first place.
# Drama
Belvo complete incredible late comeback to keep three-in-a-row bid alive
The holders overturned a 19-3 deficit to advance into the final at the expense of St Michael’s.
# Drama
From fanfare and riches to tears and injuries - Neymar's PSG soap opera
The 26-year-old arrived in the French capital amid much fanfare.
# Drama
Watch: Unbelievable scenes as Germany and Canada share gold in thrilling bobsleigh finale
It is only the second time in Games history that two teams have dead-heated for the winners’ medal.
# Drama
Blackrock College avoid quarter-final upset thanks to late drop-goal
St Gerard’s of Bray were on the verge of a major shock but ultimately missed out on a semi-final spot.
# Drama
Sadlier's late goal direct from a corner gives 10-man champions a winning start
City had been pegged back by St Pat’s at Richmond Park after taking an early two-goal lead.
# Drama
Meath edge Longford in historic free-taking competition in near darkness
Meath will face Westmeath in the O’Byrne Cup final.
# Magic of the Cup
Bristol City dump Man United out of Carabao Cup with dramatic injury-time winner
Korey Smith scored a last minute winner to dump Jose Mourinho’s side out and set up a semi-final meeting with Man City.
# Drama
Goalkeeper scores 95th minute equaliser to give Benevento first ever point in Serie A
The club had lost all 14 games in their debut season in Serie A, but on Sunday earned a dramatic first point in stoppage time.
# Drama
Everton produce remarkable comeback to hand David Unsworth first win as manager
To compound Watford’s woe, Tom Cleverley missed an injury-time penalty to ensure the Toffees earned a big victory.