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# Onwards

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Late penalty secures win for France hours after clinching Euro 2020 spot
Olivier Giroud coverted the spot-kick that gave his side a 2-1 win over Moldova.
Dr Crokes hold off South Kerry after semi-final replay to keep four-in-a-row bid on course
The final against East Kerry takes place next Sunday.
Phil Healy falls short in 200m heat at World Championships, but optimism shines through after
‘The whole season hasn’t been the ideal set-up but I’m grateful to be out here and competing against the world’s best.’
O'Donovan becomes sixth Irish boat to book quarter-final spot at World Championships
The Skibbereen native came home in first place in his Repechage.
Wolves record 8-0 aggregate win to book Europa League play-off spot
Serie A side Torino are up next for the Premier League side.
Ireland duo Coyle and Brassil edge closer to Olympic qualification
The pair are through to the women’s individual final at the European Modern Pentathlon Championships.
Double dose of penalty drama as Sweden clinch World Cup quarter-final spot
Canada missed a spot-kick while the winners were denied one by VAR.
Kildare clinch 11-point win in Leinster replay to book semi-final date with Dublin
Cian O’Neill’s side got the better of Longford at the second time of asking in Tullamore.
O'Neill's Forest close in on play-off spots as second-minute goal secures win over Derby
Frank Lampard’s charges were playing catch-up from early on at home.
Lampard's Derby struggle past League One outfit as both sides finish with 10 men
Martyn Waghorn scored the decisive goal against Accrington Stanley as the Championship side march on to the fifth round of the FA Cup.
Promotion-chasers West Brom overcome Bolton after bizarre tennis ball protest
Jay Rodriguez and Sam Field both found the net to bring the Baggies up to third place on the Championship table.
Nadal overcomes slow start to progress in Melbourne as Sharapova books clash with rival Wozniacki
The pair will now move on to the third round of the Australian Open.
Celtic clinch knockout spot despite defeat while fans make heartwarming gesture to Griffiths
Celtic were able to breathe a sigh of relief as they advanced from Group B in the Europa League.
Leona Maguire takes big step towards Ladies European Tour card while twin sister Lisa falls short
Leona advanced to the final stage of qualifying for the Ladies European Tour while Lisa narrowly missed out.
Griezmann on target as Atletico overcome Henry's Monaco to reach Champions League last 16
A rout looked possible when Koke and Antoine Griezmann put Atleti two goals up inside the opening 30 minutes.
Phil Healy books 200m semi-final spot as Mageean eases into 1500m final at European championships
Ciara Mageean and Phil Healy both looked strong in their runs.
'It was a dream come true' - Team Ireland rejoice as they prepare for World Cup quarter-final
The Ireland women’s hockey team defeated India to book their spot in the knockout stages of the tournament.
In the city of Chicago! Katie Taylor announced for October bout
The 32-year-old will fight Puerto Rican Cindy Serrano.
Switzerland into World Cup knockouts after late drama in draw against Costa Rica
Switzerland were far from their best but they secured the point they needed to progress to the last 16 of the tournament.
Tyrone end Carlow's rising with comprehensive 10-point victory
Peter Harte, Niall Sludden and Richard Donnelly all scored goals for Tyrone.
Donegal secure safe passage to Ulster quarter-finals with assured win over Cavan
Ryan McHugh and substitute Cian Mulligan both hit the net to help Donegal to an eight-point victory.
Dembele on the double as Celtic cruise into Scottish Cup semi-finals
Brendan Rodgers’ side defeated Greenock Morton 3-0 at Celtic Park.
Crescent post five tries to book their place in the Munster Schools semi-finals
Rockwell College attempted a late rally but Crescent’s Timmy Duggan responded with a try to secure the victory.
Son of Kerry legend helps Moorefield to Leinster final as Rathnew's fairytale journey ends
Moorefield will face St Loman’s in the provincial decider.
Castlebar Mitchels show their experience to hold off late Mohill comeback
The Mayo champions kicked seven points in the final stages to secure their spot in the Connacht semi-final.
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.
Louth's Ciaran Byrne marks injury comeback by signing new deal with Carlton Blues
Ciaran Byrne suffered a torn cruciate last year.
Kermorgant penalty sees Reading prevail to Championship play-off final
Reading will play either Sheffield Wednesday or Huddersfield Town at Wembley later in the month.
They're under 'no illusions' but Tiernan says there's a 'quiet confidence' in the Connacht camp
The Ireland fullback is hoping the province can build on previous victories over Toulouse.
David Oliver Joyce sets up tough bout against world silver medallist with dominant opening display
Joyce took a unanimous win to cruise into the last 16 of the 60kg competition.
Cavs sweep into Eastern finals but the West is wide open as Thunder pull level with Spurs
LeBron James’ side dominated from beyond the three-point line once more.
'When you come off the pitch a bit battered and bruised, that’s always a good thing' -- Best
‘When you come off the pitch in the front five and you’re a bit battered and bruised that’s always a good thing.’
Germany's Hummels dreams of World Cup final
“I was flat this morning and had to drink loads of water after the game, but things worked out differently for me at the end,” said the Dortmund centre half.
'I'm sorry for the Irish' says Bilic but admits says road open to quarter-finals
“Maybe the Irish were the better team in some moments, but I think that if you look, the overall impression is that we were the much better team.”
A good day gets better for McDowell, as he beats Garcia in Spain
Graeme McDowell is into the last four of the Volvo World Match Play Championship.