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This month
January 2023
# Marsching On Together
Callum Robinson on the double, but five-star Leeds dump Cardiff out of FA Cup
Willy Gnonto and Patrick Bamford each bagged a brace to send Jesse Marsch’s side into the fourth round.
Last month
December 2022
# Onwards
Morocco roar past Canada and into World Cup last 16 for first time in 36 years
Goals from Hakim Ziyech and Youssef En-Nesyri ensured the North Africans finished top of Group F.
Last year
2022
# marching on
Brazil seal last-16 progression with controlled win over Switzerland
Casemiro was the unlikely matchwinner.
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Mbappe’s double downs Denmark as France reach World Cup knockout stage
Mbappe and Pele are the only players to score seven or more World Cup goals before turning 25.
# Onwards
Kieran Tierney winner secures safe Europa League progress for Arsenal
Tierney’s fine finish was just enough to see off a spirited Zurich side 1-0.
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Five-star England brush aside Northern Ireland to maintain flawless start to Euro 2022
Alessia Russo netted a brace for the Lionesses, making her impact felt from the bench.
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Leinster tame Tigers to set up Champions Cup semi-final date with Toulouse
The province did most of the damage in a dominant first half display at Welford Road.
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Wexford beat Offaly to set up Leinster clash with Dublin
Shane Roche’s side were three-point winners at Wexford Park.
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Clinical Pat's make Harps pay with second-half double to take all three points
Goals from Jack Scott and a debatable Eoin Doyle header ensure Tim Clancy’s side make it back-to-back victories for first time this season.
All time
# marching on
Seven Munster titles in-a-row for Mourneabbey as Cork kingpins set for All-Ireland title defence
Shane Ronayne’s side were 4-10 to 0-8 winners over first-time finalists Aherlow today.
# marching on
Taylor on weight as she's warmly welcomed to Leeds, while things heat up between Lara and Warrington
The undisputed champ and her challenger comfortably made weight for tomorrow night’s world-title contest.
# marching on
Katie Taylor to defend undisputed title against American former world champ in Leeds
‘Enjoy your belts while you still have them,’ Texan Jennifer Han has told Taylor. ‘I will see you in September.’
# girlhood club
Jonas rematch and Serrano on Taylor's agenda, but first an outdoor fight in Leeds, says Hearn
The undisputed lightweight champion is incidentally a Leeds United fan and is set to make a mandatory defence in the Yorkshire city.
# marching on
Ulster progress to Challenge Cup semis with comeback win over Northampton
Dan McFarland’s side beat the Saints by eight points to secure place in the last four.
# title defence
England march into Women's Six Nations final with bonus-point win in Italy
The defending champions proved far too strong for the Italians.
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Second-half drama all round as Leicester and Sheffield United progress to FA Cup quarter-finals
Former Ireland striker David McGoldrick played a key part in the Blades’ win over Bristol City, while the Foxes beat Brighton.
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Just over a year after a 9-0 defeat, Southampton go top of Premier League for the first time in their history
Just over a year since losing 9-0 to Leicester, the Saints are at the summit of the Premier League for the first time in their history.
# found his level
Bamford strikes late to claim Yorkshire derby win for Leeds
He is the first player in Leeds’ history to score in his first three top-flight appearances for the club.
# marching on
Exeter have too much for Toulouse to set up European final against Racing 92
33-year-old ex-Ulster centre Ian Whitten was excellent in midfield for Rob Baxter’s side.
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Leinster's fully-changed XV happy to give Cullen a 'headache for selection'
There were some impressive individual performances in the 28-10 win over Ulster.
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Aidan Walsh and Michael Nevin advance to next round of Olympic qualifiers in London
Aidan Walsh and Michael Nevin progressed to the next round in London while Carly McNaul bowed out to a superb British talent.
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Late blitz sends Rangers through in Scottish Cup after Gerrard 'rattles a few cages'
The Glasgow outfit scored three times in the final 22 minutes to beat Hamilton 4-1.
# Wizard of Oz
Defending champion Djokovic dominates injury-hit Federer to reach Australian Open final
The Serbian’s bid for an eighth title in Melbourne roars on.
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St Pat's star bags brace and assist as Ireland progress to next stage of Euro U17 qualifiers
Colin O’Brien’s side wrapped up a 3-1 win over Montenegro in Cork.
# marching on
'I'm not 100% sure a World Cup is going to be won by a very expansive game plan'
Rassie Erasmus’ Springboks ground their way into a World Cup final against England.
# brave blossoms
'We're grateful for the opportunity to inspire Japan and we showed that'
Japan aren’t finished in this World Cup yet after setting up a quarter-final with the Springboks.
# marching on
'A lot of people didn't give us a chance' against Donegal, says Mayo star O'Shea
The Westerners booked their All-Ireland semi-final spot last night.
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Leonard hits 1-4 as Galway book place in All-Ireland quarter-finals
Victory over Westmeath assures Galway of a place in the last eight with a group game to spare.
# marching on
Defending champion Djokovic storms into sixth Wimbledon final
The world number one will face either Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal in Sunday’s decider.
# Lionesses
Neville's England the first through to World Cup semi-finals after three-goal win over Norway
Jill Scott, Ellen White and Lucy Bronze hit the Lionesses’ goals.
# marching on
Home support and set-piece strength key to Ireland's Olympic bid
The Green Army face Korea in this afternoon’s FIH Series final at Banbridge.
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Ex-Ireland U21 international helps Dundee United book Scottish play-off final spot
The Terrors scored an emphatic win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the second leg of their semi-final.
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Louth finish strong to beat Wexford and set up Leinster quarter-final with Dublin
They were five-point winners at Innovate Wexford Park.
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Johnny Sexton shines as Leinster set up European final with Saracens
Leo Cullen’s men will search for a record fifth title in Newcastle on 11 May.
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Daniel Cleary own goal hands St Pat's shock win against Dundalk
The champions now trail Shamrock Rovers by 10 points after falling to defeat at Richmond Park.
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Earls' brilliant brace sends Munster into 14th Champions Cup semi-final
Johann van Graan’s men edged a brilliant contest against Edinburgh at Murrayfield.
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Doughty Pat's open new season with battling win over Cork City
The Saints made good on their early season promise in an opening win against last season’s runners-up.
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Star-studded DCU side too much for Dublin rivals as 2018 finalists coast into semi-final
Sean Morrissey and Donal Burke hit the goals in a 13-point Fitzgibbon Cup victory on home soil.
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Carty's last-gasp intercept sends Connacht through to Challenge Cup quarter-finals
The western province came back from the dead to snatch victory over Bordeaux this afternoon.
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'Agitated' Djokovic regrets meltdown in floodlight fury as Halep sets up Serena showdown
It’s all go at the Australian Open.