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# Result

This year
Antrim's Montgomery claims bronze medal at Gymnastics World Cup
Montgomery registered a score of 14.066 to finish third in Cairo.
Great Britain and Ireland unable to recover as Continental Europe win Hero Cup
Shane Lowry and Séamus Power both lost out on what was a disappointing end to the tournament.
Liverpool's rollercoaster season continues with defeat at Brentford
New year begins with same old problems as defensive woes cost Jurgen Klopp dear.
Last year
Modric penalty secures Croatia win as France finish run of Nations League games without win
The World Cup champions are without a victory in four outings.
British rider Simon Yates wins stage two of Giro d'Italia as Van der Poel retains lead
The Bike Exchange cyclist crossed the Budapest finish line in the 9.2lm time-trial just faster of Mathieu van der Poel and Tom Dumoulin.
McIlroy secures top-10 finish as Niemann lands second US PGA title at Riviera
Collin Morikawa and US rookie Cameron Young finished in joint-second at the Genesis Invitational.
All time
Atalanta dump holders Napoli out of Italian Cup to set-up decider date with Juventus
Matteo Pessina scored twice to help secure the victory for Atalanta.
Hodge misses late penalty as draw between Argentina and Australia sees All Blacks win Tri Nations
The Wallabies needed to earn a bonus point and win by 101 points to overhaul New Zealand in the final game.
Mahomes wins quaterback battle against Jackson as Kansas City breeze past Baltimore
The Chiefs moved to 3-0 to show why they are the favourites to retain the Super Bowl this season.
Burnley defeat dismal Norwich City to keep European hopes alive
The already-relegated Canaries had two players red-carded in their 10th consecutive loss.
Mullan strikes late to secure Ireland's top-tier status at European Hockey Championships
The 3-2 win also ensures Ireland Women’s place in the 2021 edition of the tournament.
Extra-time own goal sends Mane's Senegal into Africa Cup of Nations final amid VAR controversy
They await the winners of the clash of Nigeria and Algeria.
Floyd Mayweather eases to first-round victory in shambolic 'exhibition' bout
Tenshin Nasukawa’s trainer stopped the fight after the Japanese fighter had been floored three times.
Derry five-in-a-row bid ends for Ulster club football champions Slaughtneil
A second-half Colm McGoldrick goal was crucial for Eoghan Rua Coleraine in their quarter-final replay.
14 constituencies see Yes votes of over 70%, Donegal the only county to say No (but only just)
The Eighth Amendment has been repealed.
It's Yes: Ireland has voted to repeal the Eighth Amendment
More than two million votes were cast, making it one of the highest turnouts in the history of the State.
RTÉ to announce result of Eighth Referendum exit poll on tomorrow's Late Late Show
The exit poll will interview 3,000 people immediately after they have voted.
Fitting end to Arsene Wenger's last home game as Arsenal crush Burnley
The result also means the Gunners are certain to finish in sixth.
Santner spins New Zealand to 51-run win over Ireland
The One-Day tri-series continued at Malahide today.
Serbia battle back to end any hopes of Georgia shock and go top of Group D
We were warming up for a shock result in the first half, but Serbia put the game to bed in the end.
Someone in Ireland has won €88 million in the Euromillions tonight
The numbers drawn were 1, 5, 7, 17 and 23.
You can now send a tweet to the National Lottery to find out if you're a winner
The National Lottery can also generate ‘lucky’ numbers for you, if yours aren’t working.
Good news for parents: An extra 60,000 free pre-school places are about to open up
An additional €2.5 million worth of funding was announced by Children’s Minister Katherine Zappone today.
All smiles, but Australia's in political limbo after voters punish government
There could be a hung parliament thanks to how citizens chose to vote.
A result we can get behind: Syrian who was tripped by reporter lands coaching job
Osama Abdul Mohsen made world headlines when a Hungarian journalist tripped him over as he fled.
The girl that lost her job over Electric Picnic has already been offered a new one
Internet fame can take you places.
The girl that lost her job over Electric Picnic has already been offered a new one
Internet fame can take you places.
It's (finally) official: Marriage Equality is now enshrined in Irish law
President Higgins signed the Marriage Equality Bill into law this evening.
Four years after costing her team a World Cup, Carli Lloyd scored a hat-trick in the final
Revenge is a dish best served four years later.
Man dismissed after an altercation with his old boss awarded €7,500 compensation
The man was suspended after the incident in a car park.
Ireland says NO in presidential age referendum
There were 1,412,602 votes against.
Ukrainian voters head to the polls in snap elections for a new parliament
Iti’s expected the egislature filled with reformers and nationalists backing President Petro Poroshenko’s drive to bring Ukraine closer to the West.
United Kingdom: Scotland votes No and rejects independence
David Cameron says the question is settled for ‘a generation or perhaps a lifetime’.
Is this the strangest football match of all time?
How did these two teams both want to score own goals?
Lecturer wins €80,000 in discrimination case against NUI Galway
The Equality Tribunal found that the engineering lecturer had been discriminated against on the grounds of gender and disability.
Sinn Féin take second seat in Ireland South
Liadh Ni Ríada joins perennial poll-topper Brian Crowley in Europe.
Here's what the judge in the Anglo trial had to say about the Financial Regulator
Hint: It wasn’t good.
Crimea officially asks to rejoin Russia in Cold War-style stand-off
The final tally shows 96.6 per cent of voters in Crimea chose to secede from Ukraine and rejoin Russia.
Poll: Should Europe accept that Crimea wants to rejoin Russia?
Voters in Crimea overwhelmingly endorsed a referendum to split from Ukraine. What do you think – should they go ahead with it or not?
Irish athlete Sean Greenwood suffered a bad crash in Sochi today
He finished in last place after the second heat of the skeleton event partially as a result of the accident.