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# Results

This month
January 2023
# Results
Both Irish Sevens sides advance to quarter-finals in New Zealand
The women face France next, while then men will go head-to-head with New Zealand.
Last year
2022
# Exams
Delay in issuing Leaving Cert results 'will cause huge levels of additional stress and worry'
The Leaving Cert exam results will be issued on 2 September.
# Results
Belgian rider De Gendt wins Giro d'Italia eighth stage as Spaniard Lopez holds pink jersey
The 35-year-old Lotto rider snatched victory over 153km around the southern city of Naples.
# Results
Ireland's Quinn scores in Birmingham defeat while Chelsea close in on Arsenal
There was plenty of Irish representation in the Women’s Super League today.
All time
# Results
Wilson fires Newcastle to first league win of the season as Brighton snatch point with late goal
Newcastle got the better of Burnley while Brighton played out a draw against Southampton.
# Results
Ireland given the all-clear for All Blacks clash after Covid scare in camp
Andy Farrell’s matchday 23 will line out as named yesterday.
# Results
Hession advances to featherweight decider on jam-packed night at National Stadium
The line-up for the biggest night in Irish boxing – the National Elite Senior Championships – is really starting to take shape.
# Wrap
Offaly edge out four-goal battle to book Leinster final while Meath also progress
The Leinster minor football final will take place on 3 January.
# NFL
Five-star Titans win in OT and Steelers also stay unbeaten
Derrick Henry carried the Titans to another comeback win.
# Results
Puspure claims gold at European Rowing Championships as Ireland win medals in four events
Fintan McCarthy was the Irish rower of the day to secure a medal in the lightweight men’s sculls.
# Decider
Green light for the Pro14 final as Leinster and Ulster tests show all-clear
There were zero positive results in the latest round of PCR testing.
# Game on
No positive Covid tests in Ulster senior squad as clash with Leinster gets all-clear
With the Ulster and Leinster squads all testing negative, Saturday’s game will continue as planned.
# Testing
Green light! Irish rugby gets the all-clear to return this weekend
The latest round of Covid-19 testing in the provinces returned zero positive tests.
# good news
Leinster and Munster return zero positives in latest round of Covid-19 testing
All four Irish provinces have now been cleared to resume contact training.
# Results
Teixeira scores upset victory as UFC presses ahead with another US event
The 40-year-old continued his resurgence by stopping Anthony Smith in the headline bout in Florida.
# just race
Touching tribute to late Irish athlete Craig Lynch illuminates big day at National Indoors
Dean Adams won the 60m and landed the inaugural Craig Lynch Cup on a poignant day in Abbotstown.
# Results
Benavidez comes up short in his latest bid to become a UFC champion
Deiveson Figueiredo was victorious at UFC Fight Night 169 but the flyweight title remains vacant.
# ge2020
Simon Harris: Abstaining on vote for Mary Lou as Taoiseach is 'the exact same as voting for her'
The outgoing Health Minister said that based on the election commentary, “You’d swear [Mary Lou McDonald] had 80 seats”.
# Blaydes of glory
Defeat for two former champions on last night's UFC bill
Curtis Blaydes called for a title shot after his stoppage of Junior dos Santos in the main event in Raleigh.
# Results
Here's a list of MPs elected in Northern Ireland
The latest results from the 18 constituencies in the North.
# Results are In
64,300 Junior Cert students get their results today - here's how they got on
Nineteen students secured 11 higher/common-level A grades and distinctions this year.
# mexican standoff
Accidental eye poke ends UFC main event after just 15 seconds
Fans were left furious in Mexico City when Jeremy Stephens was deemed unable to continue.
# Leaving Cert
Almost 3,000 Leaving Cert exam results upgraded during this year's appeals process
Appeal applications were made by 9,049 candidates against 16,965 individual results.
# Premier League
Haller the match-winner as West Ham deepen Watford's woes
There were also wins for Southampton and Leicester on the road this afternoon.
# Leaving Cert
CAO round one offers are out - so what's next?
Thousands of students received offers for college places today.
# Exams
Latin, Libya and Leitrim: Leaving Cert results by numbers
Everyone has got their results, so here are the most important statistics from today.
# Results
Leaders Shelbourne left frustrated after dramatic finale at Tolka Park
Drogheda United and Longford Town will hope to close the gap to Shels when they meet tomorrow.
# Bundoran
Body of woman discovered in water off the coast of Donegal
Gardaí said that a post-mortem is due to take place in the coming days.
# Mixed Bag
Ciccone wins wet stage 16, Roglic loses more ground and Carapaz extends overall Giro lead
Ireland’s Eddie Dunbar and Conor Dunne are flying the flag, with the former 22nd overall.
AS IT HAPPENED
All to play for as first European election counts announced
Stick with us as we bring you the latest updates all evening and into the night.
# Results
Buveur D'Air rebounds with Punchestown triumph under Davy Russell
JP McManus’ top-class hurdler reversed the Aintree placings with Supasundae at the Kildare venue.
# Roundup
Drogheda win eight-goal thriller while title-favourites Shelbourne bounce back against Bray
There were big wins for Longford, Shelbourne and Limerick in the Airtricity League First Division on Friday.
# Basketball
UCD Marian set up final against Killester while Liffey Celtics beat holders DCU
Holders DCU Mercy bowed out against Liffey Celtics on Saturday night at the Mardyke Arena.
# telly
Virgin Media Television has best year ever with 'record' viewing figures
The company rebranded all its channels late last year.
# new horizons
Celebrations as NASA spacecraft successfully passes by oldest cosmic body ever studied
The cosmic object – known as Ultima Thule – is about the size of the US capital, Washington, and orbits in the Kuiper Belt about a billion miles beyond Pluto.
# Results
Fagan rescues Westmeath against Offaly while 14-man Louth see off Wicklow
The Wee County defied the first-half dismissal of Andy McDonnell to overcome the home side in Bray.
# Results
Arsenal held by Sporting in Europe but progress as Welbeck suffers serious-looking injury
The Gunners were held to a 0-0 draw by Sporting Lisbon at the Emirates.
# Wrap
Matt Doherty provides another assist as Wolves beat Saints, while Kane bags brace for Spurs
Here are all the results from today’s mid-day kick-offs in the Premier League.
# Results
UFC veteran's retirement fight ends with brutal knee-to-the-body knockout
Francesco Trinaldo stopped Evan Dunham in Sao Paulo, while Thiago Santos was victorious in the headliner.
# Results are In
The Junior Cert results are out today - here's all you need to know
Grades in the pillar subjects of Irish, English, and Maths remain relatively unchanged from previous years.