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Wednesday 31 May 2023 Dublin: 6°C

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Last year
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Five-star Tottenham hammer struggling Everton
Ireland defender Matt Doherty played a starring role in a 5-0 win for Antonio Conte’s side.
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Rangers ease past Stirling Albion 4-0 in Scottish Cup
Alex Lowry opened the scoring on his debut as a substitute with James Tavernier, Cedric Itten and Fashion Sakala also on target.
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Leinster demolish Montpellier by 82 points in record-breaking European win
The province eclipsed their previous biggest win in Europe, set against Bourgoin back in 2004.
All time
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Kyle Steyn registers four tries as Scotland hammer Tonga
Gregor Townsend’s side thrived in their first match in front of supporters since March 2020.
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Mayo end difficult week with 24-point hammering of Leitrim to set-up Galway showdown
Aidan O’Shea appeared in his 150th competitive game for Mayo as they sealed a return to the Connacht final.
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Josh Adams bags four tries as Gatland's tourists put 50 points on Sigma Lions
The British and Irish Lions showed some real flashes of quality in Johannesburg.
Bohemians ease past Finn Harps to record first home win of the season
Ali Coote netted a brace on a comfortable evening at Dalymount Park.
Inter-pro woe for Connacht as Deegan drives Leinster to victory
Connacht were forced to dig deep just to avoid a shut-out and it took 71 minutes for them to post their opening score against a rampant Leinster.
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Richmond claim AFL title with stunning 89 point thrashing of GWS Giants
The Tigers cruised to victory in the most one-sided final in over a decade.
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Meath hand out surprise 11-point beating to Laois to book first Leinster final since 2014
Bryan Menton (2) and Mickey Newman bagged the goals for the Royals.
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UCC put 7-26 past Athlone IT with David Clifford's brother Paudie bagging hat-trick
The Cork side made light work of their opponents in the Mardyke.
# Ins and outs
'Maybe it's the first year we don't sell a key player'
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is glad to see players being added to his squad, rather than leaving.
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Monaghan march on in qualifiers with ruthless 27-point hammering of Waterford
Malachy O’Rourke’s side rebounded from their Ulster semi-final defeat in impressive fashion.
1-4 for Kilkenny as Castleknock advance into Dublin SFC quarter-finals
Castleknock had 12 points to spare over 14-man St Brigid’s this afternoon.
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Clifford and O'Sullivan star as Kerry cruise to 24-point Munster minor final win
The reigning champions marched on in style in Killarney.
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Stephen Joyce's Galway minors stroll to 13-point win over Mayo in Connacht football opener
Two goals before half-time provied decisive for the Tribesmen.
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McGrath brothers cut loose with four goals as Tipperary blitz Wexford to book Galway showdown
The Premier are heading for a league final meeting with the Tribesmen.
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Dowling and Hegarty star as Limerick hit 6 goals en route to 29-point win over Laois
A big win for John Kiely’s side in O’Moore Park.
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1-5 for Mannion as Galway blitz Laois and cruise to 26-point win
All six Tribesmen forwards had scored inside 13 minutes.
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Walcott hits hat-trick and Welbeck scores for first time since May as Gunners thump Saints
Arsene Wenger looked on from the stands as Arsenal made light work of Southampton.
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McManamon's St Judes hammer McCaffrey's Clontarf to advance in Dublin SFC
2015 Footballer of the Year Jack McCaffrey was on the losing team at Parnell Park.
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Ireland no match for rampant hosts as Brazil run riot in Rio
The 7-a-side CP team were in Paralympic action on Saturday night.
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Arsenal's resources stretched further as Wenger lets striker leave for the season
Joel Campbell has been shipped out on loan for the fifth time.
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Dublin hurlers cruise past dismal Wexford to book Leinster semi-final clash with Kilkenny
It was all too easy for Ger Cunningham’s Sky Blues at GAA HQ.
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Hogan Cup winners on song as Kerry blitz Waterford in Munster minor quarter-final
David Clifford and Dara Moynihan were on form for the Kingdom this evening.
# Munster U21FC
O'Donoghue and Coakley on form as Cork hammer Clare to reach Munster semi-finals
It was all too easy for the Rebels in Cooraclare this evening.
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Cork crash to 10-point defeat as impressive Donegal go top of Division 1
Goals from Odhrán MacNiallais and Martin O’Reilly spurred Donegal to victory.
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Division 1 FL: Dubs cruise to victory over Kildare
Jim Gavin’s side were far too strong for Kieran McGeeney’s outfit this afternoon.