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Saturday 10 June 2023 Dublin: 17°C

# Narrow win

This year
# Narrow win
Boost for Kerry as they grind out league victory over Armagh in Tralee
11,603 watched on in Austin Stack Park.
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Tsitsipas battles into Australian Open quarters but Swiatek, Gauff out
Greek player remains the highest remaining men’s seed at three.
All time
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Man Utd need extra-time penalty from Fernandes to edge past Copenhagen
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side advanced to the Europa League semi-finals.
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Atletico strike late to move up to third in La Liga and boost Champions League push
Substitute Vitolo scored the only goal of the game against Valladolid.
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0-7 from Hetherton leads Dublin past Laois and into Walsh Cup last four
Eamon Dillon hit Dublin’s only goal of the game.
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Portlaoise have stoppage-time penalty saved as Kilmacud advance to first Leinster final since 2010
The Dublin champions will face Longford’s Mullinalaghta in the Leinster club SFC final.
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Galway survive Dublin comeback to maintain winning run on the way back to Leinster final
Dublin battled back from seven points down to take the lead but Micheál Donoghue’s side showed their experience to clinch the win.
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0-13 for Conor Drennan as Kilkenny CBS advance into All-Ireland schools hurling semi-final
The Kilkenny side will take on Presentation College Athenry in the last four.
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Phil Mickelson edges out Justin Thomas in play-off showdown to seal WGC-Mexico Championship
This is Mickelson’s first title in nearly five years.
# Dublin SHC
Kilmacud Crokes progress to second consecutive Dublin decider after edging out Lucan
A goal from Ross O’Carroll proved to be the difference in the end.
# Narrow win
Lee Chin stars as Leinster squeeze through to hurling inter-provincial final
Leinster survive, despite the loss of Kilkenny star Colin Fennelly to a red card.
# decisive
Captain Coleman caps milestone with first-ever goal for Ireland in narrow Georgia win
The full-back scored the only goal of the game on his 40th appearance for his country.