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# One Step Closer

Last month
April 2023
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Ruthless Leinster look primed to finally capture elusive fifth star
The province dismantled Toulouse in Dublin despite the absence of some key leaders.
This year
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Red-hot Djokovic crushes Rublev to make Australian Open semi-finals
The Serb’s bid for a 22nd Grand Slam title – and record-extending 10th Australian Open crown – continues.
All time
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Anthony Eddy and Niamh Briggs to take part in Women's Lions feasibility study
The group will be chaired by former British & Irish Lion Ieuan Evans.
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NFL champions Chiefs overcome Mahomes injury to advance
A dramatic ending as Andy Reid’s Kansas City saw off the Browns and moved one victory from a Super Bowl return.
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Northern Ireland win their first-ever penalty shootout to set up a showdown with Slovakia
A dramatic finish to a tense night in Sarajevo.
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Celtic ease into quarter-finals to keep Scottish Cup defence on track
It was a comfortable win on the road for Neil Lennon’s men against third-tier outfit Clyde.
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Gundogan grabs brace as Germany see-off Estonia despite early Can red card
Germany moved closer to Euro 2020 qualification after a 3-0 win in Estonia, with Ilkay Gundogan inspiring the 10 men.
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Ireland dare to dream as Grundie's side book place in Olympic play-off tie
A place in the FIH Final Series decider assures the Green Army of a shot at Tokyo 2020 qualification.
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Lenglet and Alba bring La Liga title closer as Barcelona continue treble aspirations
Goals from Clement Lenglet and Jordi Alba saw off Real Sociedad as Barcelona step closer to the title.
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'A watershed moment': Resolution to ratify UN disabilities convention to go before the Dáil
Ireland is the only EU country that has yet to ratify the Convention.
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They've never won a Connacht U21 title but Sligo reach final after pegging back Roscommon
Jodie O’Reilly hit the only goal of the game in Kiltoom.
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May determined to stick to her Brexit timetable as she publishes Article 50 bill
MPs will get their first chance to debate the Article 50 bill next Wednesday.
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Title dream very much alive as Leicester go 8 points clear with 7 games to go
Riyad Mahrez was the goalscorer as the Foxes battled to a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace.
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6 talking points as Galway, Limerick, Wexford and Antrim chase U21 hurling glory
Who’ll be left standing after Saturday’s Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland U21 hurling semi-finals?
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Rodgers lauds Liverpool's 'incredible' 10th win in a row
The Reds manager will try and focus his team on facing Norwich next weekend.
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IRFU confirm approach to Leinster coach Joe Schmidt
The New Zealander looks set to meet Irish rugby bosses in the coming days.
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Nadal storms past Murray to book place in French Open final
Spaniard won 6-4 7-5 6-4 in today’s first semi-final at Roland Garros.