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Tuesday 30 May 2023 Dublin: 17°C

# in control

This month
May 2023
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Toulon run in six tries as Glasgow fall short in Challenge Cup bid
Kyle Steyn crossed twice for the Scottish side.
Last month
April 2023
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Dominant Madrid earn solid lead on Chelsea in Champions League
Karim Benzema and Marco Asensio were on target in a 2-0 win for the Spanish side.
This year
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Walsh returns as 14-man Galway overpower Monaghan
Johnny Heaney bagged 1-1 in a six-point win for the Tribesmen.
Last year
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The All-Ireland champions are on the march again as Kilcoo charge into Ulster semi-finals
Ten points separated the teams in Clones.
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Arsenal regain top spot after Gabriel slots winner against Chelsea
The Gunners go two points ahead of Manchester City at the summit of the Premier League.
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Title-chasing Verstappen pips Leclerc to Japanese GP pole
The Red Bull driver topped the timesheets in dry conditions with a time of 1min 29.304.
All time
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Braves pitchers baffle Astros to grab World Series lead
The Braves, who improved to 6-0 at home in the playoffs, seek their first championship since 1995.
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Meadow and Maguire drop back as Park stretches lead at LPGA Kia Classic
The Irish pair are even for the championship.
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Atletico stretch lead at top of La Liga with Sevilla win
Diego Simeone’s side were 2-0 winners against Sevilla.
# La Liga
Bale returns as Real Madrid stay top and Messi grabs hat-trick of assists in Barca win
Zidane’s side came from behind to hammer Osasuna 4-1.
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McIlroy holds one shot lead ahead of final round in Shanghai
Rory McIlroy shot a 67 on day three in Shanghai to remain one clear of Louis Oosthuizen.
# World Class
All the goals from tonight's Barca-Man United clash
The Catalan side ultimately secured a place in the semi-finals.
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Celtic make hay in the Scottish Premiership as Rangers ease into Cup fifth-round
The champions went six points clear at the top of the league while their rivals were otherwise engaged.
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Friend satisfied with narrow win over Sharks as destiny in Connacht's hands
A win in Bordeaux next weekend will guarantee a quarter-final spot in the Challenge Cup.
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Britain's Yates set to secure Tour of Spain title
His success follows that of Sky’s Chris Froome in the Tour of Italy in May.
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Payet-inspired Marseille take big step towards Europa League final
The French side are in command of their tie with Red Bull Salzburg.
# calm and composed
'My life's not going to change if I win the Tour de France. I don't need to win but it would be nice'
Ireland’s Dan Martin sits in fifth position in the General Classification but is taking it all in his stride.
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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.
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Ireland improve, but England still far too strong on a historic day at Lord's
“We put up a bit more of a fight,” says Ireland captain William Porterfield.
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Lebron the star as the Cavs make it to the second round of the NBA playoffs
The defending champions defeated the Pacers 4-0 in the opening series.
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5 talking points after dominant Dublin blow Mayo away at Croke Park
No disputing Dublin’s 12-point win last night.
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Garcia leads from start to finish to claim victory in the Dubai Desert Classic
The Spaniard will move back into the world top ten with the win.
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'What a race!' Lewis Hamilton wins to pull clear in championship
Rosberg surrendered his lead from pole to the Briton, who stormed away to claim his sixth win in seven races.
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Lewis Hamilton outpaces Nico Rosberg for Spain pole
The defending three-time world champion trails his rival by 43 points in the title race.
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Leinster right where they want to be as business end of season arrives
With a two-point cushion going into the final two games of the season, the eastern province are masters of their own destiny.
# rampant
Wasps have given reigning European champions Toulon a hammering
Dai Young’s men followed up their victory over Leinster with a bonus-point win in Coventry.
Clermont and Ospreys bag try-scoring bonus points in thrilling clash
The Ospreys take two match points despite a 34-29 defeat.
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Munster's pool rivals Leicester wrap up bonus-point win in Italy
The back-to-back meetings with the Premiership side next month will be pivotal for Anthony Foley’s men.
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Lukaku and Barkley put Saints to the sword
The visitors recorded a 3-0 win over Southampton today.
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Reigning Cork hurling champions claim 17-point win to reach quarter-finals
There were also Cork club football wins for Carbery Rangers and O’Donovan Rossa while city rivals Douglas and Nemo Rangers must meet again.
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Geaney the star man as Kerry lift Munster minor football crown against Tipperary
Fitzgerald Stadium is the venue for today’s clash.
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Cristiano Ronaldo ends goal drought* as Real Madrid seize last 16 advantage
*It was three games, which is roughly ten for a normal footballer.
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Ireland warm up for Australia International Rules test with 73 point win over VFL outfit
Good day for Paul Earley’s side.
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Wexford U21's enjoy 10 point win over Kilkenny as Sutton and Clarke hit the net
Goals from Peter Sutton and Rhys Clarke in the second-half sealed a comfortable win for the Model County.
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Westmeath defeat Carlow by 11 points in Leinster SFC
Kieran Martin bagged two goals for the Midlands County.
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Division 1 FL: Tyrone enjoy away day triumph over Kildare
The Red Hands were too strong for the Lilywhites this afternoon in Newbridge but both sides have reached the Division 1 semi-finals.
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Francesco Molinari maintains Scottish Open lead
The Italian golfer said he was satisfied with “another good day,” while Shane Lowry struggled to keep up with the chasing pack.