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Thursday 30 March 2023 Dublin: 10°C

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Clonoulty aim to end 21-year title wait after reaching Tipperary senior final with win over Toomevara
A six-point victory for Clonoulty-Rossmore in Semple Stadium today.
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Hery's early strike sends Waterford into first FAI Cup quarter-final since 2009
It wasn’t to be for Drogheda United, who shocked Shamrock Rovers in the previous round.
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Micheal Donoghue: 'A lot of big players stood up and saw us home'
The Galway boss admitted he had “a little palpitation” when Aron Shanagher had a late goal chance for Clare.
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Aubameyang bags two and gifts Lacazette another as Stoke's relegation worries deepen
Arsenal claimed a 3-0 win over the Potters in front of a half-empty Emirates Stadium.
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Experimental Galway book league quarter-final place with victory over Offaly
The All-Ireland senior hurling champions were 2-19 to 0-14 winners at Pearse Stadium.
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O'Halloran wonder try seals draw at Sixways and a quarter-final slot for Connacht
Connacht battled the Warriors to a draw and sealed their place in the Challenge Cup last eight.
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Free-taker key as Midleton CBS return to Harty Cup last four stage with narrow victory over Thurles CBS
Liam Gosnell hit 0-8 for the winners in Clonmel.
# Narrow victory
Lukaku and Lingard ensure all three points against stubborn West Brom
Man United are 11 points off their city rivals after a 2-1 win at The Hawthorns.
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Munster hammer five tries past Zebre to get van Graan era off to winning start
Alex Wootton scored a brace of tries as part of a comfortable bonus-point victory in Parma.
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Murphy on the double and Maguire handed debut as Ireland tee up massive night in Cardiff
A 2-0 victory over Moldova was enough in their penultimate World Cup qualifier.
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No favours from Georgia as narrow Wales win increases pressure on the Republic of Ireland
Tom Lawrence grabbed the game’s solitary goal and the side move four points clear of the Irish, albeit temporarily.
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Ulster remain unbeaten but just about hold off spirited second-half Treviso comeback
Andrew Trimble scored a brace as Les Kiss’ side followed up their win over the Cheetahs last weekend.
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Limerick finish strongly against Galway to set up All-Ireland U21 final meeting with Kilkenny
Peter Casey and Barry Murphy both netted for the winners.
# Connacht SFC
Kennedy's brace from the bench the difference as Leitrim come out on top in Ruislip
They now face Roscommon in the semi-final of the Connacht championship.
# wexford march on
Davy Fitz watches his side cruise past Laois from the stand to book semi-final date with the Cats
Jack Guiney made a huge impact off the bench as Wexford now face Kilkenny on 10 June.
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McHugh hits the net in Donegal victory away to 14-man Cavan
Cavan’s Killian Clarke was sent-off in the game at Kingspan Breffni Park.
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Commanding halfbacks, first-half frustrations and more Ireland talking points
Ireland’s wings made some important defensive plays, while there were signs of tactical tweaks from Joe Schmidt.
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Mannion penalty crucial as champions UCD survive UL test to reach Sigerson final
A two-point win for the title holders today.
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Powerful second-half helps Davy's Limerick IT see off UCD and set up semi-final with the champions
A seven-point win for the home side today.
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Davy Fitzgerald's LIT storm through with five-goal win over WIT
David Dempsey, Peter Duggan, Shane Bennett, Paul Killeen and Jason McCarthy all found the net.
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Galway, Kilkenny and Cork clubs book All-Ireland hurling final places in Croke Park
Ahascragh-Fohenagh, Carrickshock, Mayfield and Mooncoin won today’s semi-finals.
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Katie Taylor eases to second win as a professional after solid display in Manchester
The Bray native was comfortable throughout.
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McClean and Hoolahan inspire Ireland as O'Neill's men move joint-top of WC group
It wasn’t as straightforward as we would have liked, but the Boys in Green got the job done tonight.
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No surprises as clinical Kerry ease past Clare
While Cork were humbled, the Kingdom made no mistake en route to another provincial decider.
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Clare cruise into Munster intermediate final with 11-point win over Waterford
Inside forwards Danny Russell, Ryan Taylor and Colin Crehan starred for the Banner.
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Mayo avoid Ruislip scare to set up semi-final clash with Galway
There was no repeat of the 2011 meeting between the teams as Mayo ran out comfortable winners.
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Super subs strike goals for Limerick to see off Clare in Munster minor hurling clash
Josh Ryan and Cian Magnier Flynn scored the vital goals for Limerick tonight.
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Two sent-off as Dublin claim 12-point win over Laois to reach EirGrid Leinster U21 final
Dublin will take on Kildare in the final on 30 March.
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Flynn on fire as Kildare crush Westmeath to seal place in Leinster U21 FC final
The Lilywhites were 13-point winners against Westmeath at O’Moore Park this evening.
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Dublin bring Waterford's 11-game league winning run to an end and book quarter-final spot
A five-point win today for Ger Cunningham’s side in Walsh Park.
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Limerick's Ardscoil Rís strike three goals as they book All-Ireland hurling semi-final spot
Ardscoil Rís now play Presentation Athenry in the semi-final.
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Relief all round for Leinster after 'disjointed' build-up caused Cullen concern
The Leinster head coach was relieved to come away with the points from his side’s clash with Ospreys.
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Declan Hannon points key as Mary I grind out Fitzgibbon win over LIT
Mary I advance to their first Fitzgibbon Cup final since 2013.
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It's been a good night for Laois, Wexford and Wicklow in the Leinster U21FC
Laois saw off Louth, Wicklow defeated Carlow and Wexford beat Longford.
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Limerick's Na Piarsaigh book place in first ever All-Ireland senior club final
Victory came after extra-time against Wexford’s Oulart-the-Ballagh.
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Davy's LIT hit four goals en route to Fitzgibbon Cup win as WIT and IT Carlow also triumph
Austin Gleeson hit the net for WIT as did his Waterford colleague Colin Dunford for IT Carlow.
# in control
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.
# rwc 15
Ireland secure place in World Cup quarter-finals with tense victory at the Olympic Stadium
Keith Earls became Ireland’s all-time leading World Cup try-scorer with first-half try
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Keith Earls stakes his claim as Ireland cruise past Romania
Keith Earls sparkled in London while Tommy Bowe hit back at his critics.
# Report
Ireland's World Cup campaign up and running with bonus-point victory over Canada
Job done for Joe Schmidt’s men in their Pool D opener.