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Sunday 2 April 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Hoops

All time
# High five
Celtic secure cup passage with five star display against second-tier minnows
Five different scorers were on show as Celtic eased into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup on Saturday.
# Shooting hoops
Shamrock Rovers snap up former Sheffield Utd and Ireland underage winger for 2018
‘He’s exactly what we need and the right fit for us.’
# play it down
'Pure speculation' - Brighton manager Hughton denies bid for Celtic's Dembele
‘There hasn’t been any communication between the two clubs. Hence he is a name, along with lots of other names.’
# Hoops dreams
Ireland defender Keenan makes the move across Glasgow to join Celtic for 2018
‘I was looking for a change for the new season and as a Celtic supporter, I’m thrilled to be joining the club.’
# Hoops
Unstoppable Celtic extend unbeaten run to 69 games with victory over Hamilton
Olivier Ntcham, James Forrest and Scott Sinclair were on target for the Scottish treble winners.
# Ball So Hard
Lebron shines as Cavs win, Spurs rally stuns Thunder
The King stay the King.
Shamrock Rovers seal third place with defeat of Limerick
Goals from Brandon Miele and Ronan Finn helped the Dublin side secure a hard-fought win.
# FAI Cup
Brilliant McMillan inspires Dundalk to FAI Cup final in Tallaght thriller
Dundalk booked their place in the FAI Cup final for the third year in a row.
# FAI Cup
Miele equaliser means Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers will have to do it all over again
Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers will play each other again on Tuesday 10 October for a place in the FAI Cup final.
# Late Drama
Late equaliser at Parkhead sees Celtic hit back to save unbeaten run
A brace from 24-year-old midfielder Callum McGregor earned Celtic a point against Hibs.
# Dublin Derby
‘Our training games are as good as our match games’ - Bradley laments Rovers' strength in-depth
Shamrock Rovers face St Patrick’s Athletic tonight looking to take another step towards securing European football for next season.
# Old Firm
Celtic maintain Old Firm bragging rights with comfortable win at Ibrox
Manager Brendan Rodgers extended his unbeaten record in Old Firm derbies as Celtic extend their lead at the head of the Scottish Premiership.
# Hoops
Rovers edge closer to securing European spot with dominant win in Tallaght
Shamrock Rovers earned their fourth consecutive win in the Premier Division to reaffirm their grip on third spot.
# EA Sports Cup
Dundalk claim eighth trophy in four seasons as Lilywhites down sorry Hoops in Tallaght
David McMillan set the Lilywhites on their way before late goals from Patrick McEleney and Tommy Stewart sealed the win in Dublin.
# Kolo's back
Kolo Toure announces his retirement and immediately joins Celtic's coaching staff
The former Hoops, Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool defender has been named technical assistant of the Scottish champions.
# medals on offer
'I think it’s the biggest game of my career because I didn’t get to any finals over in England'
Ex-Sheffield United midfielder David McAllister would love nothing more than to get his hands on some silverware in tomorrow’s EA Sports Cup final.
# miele buíochas
Brandon Miele hits a hat-trick but Rovers are pushed hard by spirited Bluebell side
The game was put out of sight once the Leinster Senior League side were reduced to 10 men.
# Rebel Army
Wait continues for City’s crowning moment as champions-elect fall to brilliant Hoops
Rovers inflicted a third Premier Division defeat of the season on City, who continue their wait to be crowned 2017 SSE Airtricity League champions.
# Bragging Rights
Shamrock Rovers exorcise some demons as they pick up comprehensive cup win at Tolka Park
Second-half goals from Brandon Miele, Graham Burke and James Doona did the trick for the Hoops.
# Hoops
Celtic's perfect start continues with comfortable win against Kilmarnock
James Forrest and Callum McGregor got the goals.
# On the double
Gary Shaw conjures late, late brace as Rovers come from behind to snatch win in Galway
Ronan Murray gave the Tribesmen a first-half lead but they failed to keep hold of the lead.
# Young Talent
'We were laughing when he scored because he does it to everyone in training'
Stephen Bradley was full of praise for teenager James Doona, who scored a dramatic last minute winner for Shamrock Rovers against Cork City last night.
# Deadline Day
Trevor Clarke's brother one of two more signings announced by Shamrock Rovers
The Hoops have secured the services of Dean Carpeneter and Darren Clarke from Leinster Senior League club Collinstown.
# Green Brigade
'Celtic is not a political arena' - Brendan Rodgers unhappy with club's Green Brigade supporters
Manager Brendan Rodgers has asked supporters to “stick to football.”
# go hard or go home
Hoops face uphill battle for Europa League progression but have nothing to lose in Prague tonight
Rovers take on Mlada Boleslav needing at least two goals to make it through to the Europa League third round.
# in control
Linfield no match for Celtic in heated Champions League tie at Windsor Park
The Hoops have one foot in the next round after a 2-0 victory.
# Hoops
'Championship teams don't get to play in these European nights. To have my family there watching is massive'
Former Aston Villa and Notts County playmaker Graham Burke is experiencing European football for the very first time with Shamrock Rovers.
# Hoop Dreams
Shamrock Rovers show class to qualify for Europa League second round
Graham Burke’s excellent first half strike capped off an assured performance from Stephen Bradley’s side.
# grind it out
In the battle of depleted squads, Shamrock Rovers dig out a slender win in Donegal
Michael O’Connor’s glancing header proved the difference.
# Living the Legend
Celtic have launched a two-toned green away kit for next season
The Scottish treble winners will wear the New Balance strip on the road.
# jobs for the lads
LeBron James made the Cavs watch an inspirational Steve Jobs speech before their epic finals comeback
Time to get the tape out again.
# The King
LeBron James responds to racist graffiti on home: 'being black in America is tough'
The Cavs star spoke eloquently about the incident.
# Hoops
NBA Finals 2017: The five biggest differences as Cavs and Warriors reunite
What makes the upcoming 2017 NBA Finals different from last year’s series?
# Points in the bag
'Stephen McPhail said he didn’t like catching up on games after Europe. It looks a good decision'
Shamrock Rovers’ SSE Airtricity League fixture with Bray Wanderers was rescheduled and played last night.
# unbeaten
Ireland's Jonny Hayes struck early against Celtic in the Scottish Cup final
The Aberdeen winger put them ahead but Hoops substitute Tom Rogic proved the match-winner.
# gunning for europe
'I felt that we were robbed' - Stephen Bradley admits frustration at disallowed goal
Ronan Finn’s second-half equaliser last Friday was ruled out as the Hoops lost 3-1 to fellow European hopefuls Derry City.
# Milestone
Rodgers praises players as Celtic hit 100 points despite Irish winger's stunning strike
The Scottish Premiership champions were 3-1 winners over second-placed Aberdeen last night with Jonny Hayes on target for the Dons.
# Hoops
'People thought we would go and win the league... people need to cop on'
Shamrock Rovers had a big win in the Dublin Derby last night.
# point apiece
Tosi strikes at the death to earn Limerick a draw in Tallaght
Roberto Lopes has opened the scoring for Shamrock Rovers.
# Bit O'Red
Hoops celebrate Milltown memory with win over 10-man Sligo Rovers
Brandon Miele scored the only goal as Sligo Rovers’ John Russell was issued an early red.