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Friday 3 February 2023 Dublin: 11°C

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Celtic survive scare to see off Livingston and restore nine-point lead
Kyogo Furuhashi was on target with the winner but it was an anxious night at Parkhead.
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Bruno Fernandes stars as Portugal beat Uruguay to reach World Cup knockout phase
Fernandes’ 54th-minute goal, followed by a penalty in added time, proved enough to turn a tight and tense contest Portugal’s way.
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West Ham through to last 16 after win over Silkeborg
Manuel Lanzini’s penalty ensured the Hammers will avoid a play-off round.
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O'Sullivan goal hands Ireland win in Slovakia and World Cup play-off bye
A gritty 1-0 win means Ireland will skip the first round of next month’s play-offs.
# Irish Eye
In-form Mageean and teenage star Adeleke reach finals at European Championships
Tallaght’s Adeleke will race in her 400m final tomorrow, with Portaferry’s Mageean back out in the 1500m decider on Friday.
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Shamrock Rovers beat Shkupi to guarantee European group stage football
A 2-1 win away from home means Rovers will face Ferencvaros for a spot in the Europa League, with a spot in the Conference League guaranteed.
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Drab goalless draw in Malta seals Shamrock Rovers' progression in the Champions League
Stephen Bradley’s side are now in a strong position to secure group-stage football after a professional job against Hibernians.
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Derby County takeover completed
The deal with Clowes Developments has been finalised, the club’s joint administrators have announced.
# Cloud 9
'Let's finish it off now,' urges Pauw as nine-goal Ireland look to decisive double-header
The Girls In Green enjoyed an emphatic win in Gori this evening.
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'I've managed to keep one of the best left full-backs in the world relatively quiet'
Alan Browne was given the unenviable task of marking Andy Robertson on Saturday.
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Ireland win opening leg of Rugby Europe Trophy series in Zagreb
James Topping’s side scored 43 tries and conceded just two across their six games in Croatia.
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Offaly advance to Tailteann Cup semi-finals after 15-point win over New York
The Faithful county triumphed on a scoreline of 3-17 to 0-11.
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Eiran Cashin cleared to play for Ireland U21s ahead of crunch Euro qualifiers
The necessary paperwork that was causing a delay has been completed.
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Liverpool in sight of Champions League semi-finals after putting three past Benfica
Benfica made a game of it early in the second half when an Ibrahima Konate error allowed Darwin Nunez to pull a goal back.
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Lally leads Royal rally as Meath book league decider spot
Mayo were edged out in the end by the All-Ireland champions.
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Eddie Jones' England cling on against Wales to stay in the Six Nations hunt
The Welsh made a game of it in the second half but England just about held on.
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Man City on brink of Champions League quarters after Sporting rout
Bernardo Silva’s brace inspired a masterful display by Pep Guardiola’s men.
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'The effort was outstanding' - Cullen satisfied as Leinster win keeps pressure on Ulster
The win over Edinburgh leaves Leinster one point behind the northern province ahead of their clash with Ospreys.
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Dias posts 1-1 as Kilmacud Crokes finish strong to book All-Ireland final date with Kilcoo
The Dublin side clipped over the last five points of the game to secure victory over Roscommon’s Pádraig Pearses.
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Smith eases past Wade to reach second World Championship final
The 2019 runner-up prevailed after fourth seed Wade had rallied to threaten a tense finish.
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# good day
Player ratings: How the Boys in Green fared against Azerbaijan
Stephen Kenny’s side secured a morale-boosting victory.
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Ireland seal Euros semi-final and World Cup qualifier spot after hitting Croatia for six
The Green Machine enjoyed a facile win in Gniezno.
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St Patrick's Athletic survive stern Waterford challenge to move level with Rovers
Goals from Matty Smith and Nahum Melvin-Lambert were enough for the Inchicore outfit.
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Bright start for Irish boxing as Kurt Walker scores unanimous decision win
Featherweight Kurt Walker overcame a third-round cut to march on to the last sixteen.
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Cork finish strongly to defeat Limerick by eight points and book Munster final place
The final will take place on Sunday 25 July.
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Kilkenny make it four wins from four to secure top spot in Division 1B
Brian Cody’s side saw off Laois at UPMC Nowlan Park.
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Player ratings: how did you rate Ireland in their victory over Scotland?
Andy Farrell’s men held on for their second win of the campaign.
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Richarlison effort enough as Everton’s Champions League dreams remain on track
Richarlison scored for the third-successive match inside the first 10 minutes.
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Man City ease past Newcastle to climb into fifth
Ilkay Gundogan and Ferran Torres scored City’s goals in what was a comfortable victory despite a respectable display by the Magpies.
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Coombes try on European debut helps Munster to win over Harlequins
The southern province scored two tries in wet conditions at Thomond Park.
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Fernandes bags brace as Man United do more than enough against dangerous Basaksehir
Marcus Rashford scored a penalty and Daniel James ended his goal drought late on, but United faced some nervy moments – particularly in the second half.
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Lowe and Roux tries help Ireland to winning start in the Autumn Nations Cup
Andy Farrell’s men came out on top but captain Johnny Sexton is an injury concern ahead of the England clash.
# Onwards
Cavan hold off Antrim in Breffni dogfight to book Ulster SFC semi-final spot
Mickey Graham’s men didn’t quite hit the heights of last weekend – but it’s a case of job done.
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Mayo ease to 11-point win over Leitrim and book Connacht semi-final clash with Roscommon
Tommy Conroy marked his championship debut with a superb goal as James Horan’s men marched on in the western province.
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Scotland stay on course to reach their first major tournament in 22 years
Steve Clarke’s side overcame Israel after a penalty shooutout this evening at Hampden Park.
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Odsonne Edouard's goal secures Celtic's place in the Europa League group stages
The French striker scored a decisive second-half goal as Neil Lennon’s side defeated Sarajevo.
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Celtic hot on the heels of Rangers after brushing aside Hibernian
Callum McGregor, Albian Ajeti and Mohamed Elyounoussi notched for the hosts, but Ajeti was replaced through injury after scoring Celtic’s second.
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Manchester United labour to unspectacular victory over Luton
Juan Mata scored a penalty in a 3-0 win for Solskjaer’s side.
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Dundalk defy Andy Boyle's dismissal to advance in the Europa League
The Lilywhites overcame Inter d’Escaldes in Andorra this evening thanks to a goal from David McMillan.
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Bohs see off Cabinteely to reach last eight
Dawson Devoy set up both goals, including a club-first for Promise Omochere, in a 2-0 win.