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Monday 29 May 2023 Dublin: 16°C

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Fitting end to Arsene Wenger's last home game as Arsenal crush Burnley
The result also means the Gunners are certain to finish in sixth.
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The Magnificent Seven: Liverpool demolish Spartak as Coutinho scores first Reds' hat-trick
Jurgen Klopp’s side are through to the knockout stages as group winners as Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mo Salah also found the net.
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Liverpool thump hopeless Arsenal for four with emphatic display at Anfield
Liverpool recorded their fourth successive win in all competitions, while Arsenal slump to 16th in the Premier League table.
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Rampant Liverpool comfortably progress to Champions League group stages
A crazy first half saw four goals in 28 minutes at Anfield tonight.
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Pogba-inspired Man United hit Swansea for four in emphatic win
Henrikh Mkhitaryan got two assists as Jose Mourinho’s side swaggered to a brilliant four goal win for the second successive weekend.
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Derry City get over Europa League disappointment in emphatic fashion
After a run of four straight defeats, the Candystripes overcame Sligo.
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McNamee hits 8-minute hat-trick as Derry maintain 100% record
The result makes it four wins from four for Kenny Shiels’ side.
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Four-star Bray take advantage with Cork's focus elsewhere
Goals from Jason Marks, Dylan Connolly, John Sullivan and Ger Pender elevated the Seagulls into sixth spot.
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Ogbene double sees Cork hammer Youths and resign them to relegation play-off
Finn Harps are safe after the Leesiders put five unanswered goals past Shane Keegan’s side at Turner’s Cross.
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Pumas eye quarters after devouring Georgia
The sin-binning of Georgian number 8 Mamuka Gorgodze proved a turning point.
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It's a long way back to Tipperary as Dublin rout Premier in league opener
Ger Cunningham’s men couldn’t have asked for a better start in Division 1A.
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One of the favourites for the Leinster Schools Cup put out a strong statement today
Clongowes Wood beat Castleknock College 70-8 in a one-sided affair.
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Callanan hat-trick inspires clinical Tipperary to place in Waterford Crystal Cup quarter-finals
In blusterly, squally conditions at Dr. Morris Park in Thurles, the star unleashed a deadly treble.
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Derry take full advantage of lacklustre Bohs display
Michael Duffy scored twice as his side turned on the style at the Brandywell.
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Athlone Town score six (yes, six) to record second victory of season
Philip Gorman, Derek Prendergast, James O’Brien, Sean Brennan and Ian Sweeney were all on target.
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Tyrone into Ulster quarter-finals after convincing replay win over Down
Ciaran McGinley led the scoring with 2-1 as Mickey Harte’s side booked a meeting with Monaghan in the next round.
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Leinster minor hurling round-up: Dublin claim 11-point victory over Kilkenny
Meanwhile, Wexford beat Meath by 1-18 to 2-10 in Navan.
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Cork claim 16-point win over Limerick to maintain bid for Munster U21 four-in-a-row
Mark Sugrue, Alan Cadogan and Dan MacEoin all fired home goals for Cork tonight.
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Sean Cavanagh and Ronan O'Neill hit the net as Tyrone crush Westmeath
Westmeath’s relegation woes deepened today.
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Title-chasing Liverpool sink sorry Manchester United
Steven Gerrard scored two penalties as Brendan Rodgers’ side closed to within four points of Premier League leaders Chelsea
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Just the 31 points to spare for the Dublin U21 footballers against Carlow tonight
Eric Lowndes and Michael Deegan bagged Dublin’s goals.
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VIDEO: All 7 of Barcelona's goals in their defeat of Levante today
There was even more for the home fans to cheer after the break as Neymar made his competitive debut.
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Match report: Seven-try Ireland rout Argentina
Craig Gilroy provided the backline spark for the Irish as the Pumas were blown away.