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Wednesday 31 May 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Silverware

Last month
May 2023
# Sharpshooter
Matthew Tierney hits 2-7 as Galway secure Connacht title
Padraic Joyce’s side were always in control against Sligo as they retained the JJ Nestor Cup.
# Sharpshooter
Matthew Tierney hits 2-7 as Galway secure Connacht title
Padraic Joyce’s side were always in control against Sligo as they retained the JJ Nestor Cup.
This year
# Silverware
Railway Union see off UL Bohs to claim cup title
A stunning solo try from Chisom Ugwueru sealed the deal at St Mary’s RFC.
# Silverware
Longford forward's 3-3 key as Paddy Christie's side win O'Byrne Cup
They defeated Louth to lift the early-season silverware in Leinster.
Last year
# Silverware
Ireland claim Triple Crown by beating Scots as all eyes now turn towards Paris
Andy Farrell’s men must rely on England doing them a favour if they are to win the Six Nations title.
# Super Saturday
Scottish disciplinary breach adds to sense Ireland should claim Triple Crown
Andy Farrell’s men will also be hoping for a favour from England in Paris.
# Silverware
'It was incredible. When you're that age, you're just bewildered by the whole thing'
Josh van der Flier watched from the stands the last time Ireland won a trophy on home soil.
# Silverware
Ireland finish strong in Twickenham to tee up Triple Crown shot against Scots
Andy Farrell’s men have a fine chance to finish this Six Nations with four wins out of five games.
All time
# On the double
Man City star Phil Foden in contention for two PFA Player of the Year awards
The last player to win the men’s PFA double was Gareth Bale in 2013.
# Super Sub
Richie Hogan inspires Kilkenny to late Leinster final comeback over Galway
Galway lost the game despite leading by five points after 55 minutes.
# Silverware
Kerry crowned Division 1 champions after heavy win over understrength Donegal
Michael Murphy, Ryan McHugh, Neil McGee and Eoghan Ban Gallagher didn’t travel to Tralee.
# Silverware
Beirne's Munster ambition burns bright as he gets set for first clash with Scarlets
The Kildare man is set to face his old team for the first time since joining Munster.
# Silverware
Bayern Munich win German Super Cup to lift fifth title in 2020 as Kimmich the hero against Dortmund
A 3-2 win for Bayern Munich in tonight’s game.
# Silverware
Shane Walsh imperious as Joyce's Galway seal FBD League
Roscommon were beaten by six points at Hyde Park today.
# Silverware
Banty names Monaghan XV for McKenna Cup decider against Tyrone
Conor Forde replaces regular goalkeeper Rory Beggan for Saturday evening’s final.
# Silverware
Neville stars as Limerick defeat Cork to land first McGrath Cup title since 2005
The attacker shot 0-7 in Limerick’s victory at the Gaelic Grounds.
# Silverware
Byrne and Doyle add to Ireland's medal tally at World Cup in Rotterdam
The men’s pair were just one second behind their Swiss counterparts to finish second in their A Final on Sunday.
# Silverware
Dublin set to become the first ever county to win nine provincial titles in succession
Meanwhile, Kerry are searching for a seventh Munster title in-a-row.
# Silverware
Emery had to convince Arsenal stars to care about Europa League
The Gunners reached the final thanks largely to the manager convincing the players of the competition’s worth.
# Camogie
Grace the hero as Tipperary claim first league title
Meanwhile, Kildare stormed to Division 3 glory on Saturday afternoon.
# Silverware
3 red cards and 0-9 for McCurry as Tyrone edge Armagh in Dr McKenna Cup final
The half-forward notched nine of Tyrone’s 16 points in tonight’s game at the Athletic Grounds.
# Silverware
Joe Canning's 0-13 inspires Galway to Walsh Cup victory over Wexford
The talismanic forward scored 13 points to guide the Tribesmen to a convincing victory over Davy Fitzgerald’s side.
# Dublin Derby
Shelbourne follow up play-off spot with silverware as Reds retain Leinster Senior Cup
Owen Heary’s side retained the Leinster Senior Cup on Friday night in a Dublin derby against St Pat’s.
# Silverware
Dutch lift U17 European championship after yet another penalty shootout
Having controversially knocked Ireland out of the competition, the Netherlands also prevailed in spot-kicks against England and Italy.
# Unlucky
Ireland's Sanita Puspure narrowly misses out on a medal at the Rowing World Championships
The 34-year-old finished just outside the medals in Florida.
# Depth
All Black locks get a rest even with title on the line in Buenos Aires
While most countries would be sending out their best, most experienced side, New Zealand are building depth for the 2019 World Cup.
# medals on offer
'I think it’s the biggest game of my career because I didn’t get to any finals over in England'
Ex-Sheffield United midfielder David McAllister would love nothing more than to get his hands on some silverware in tomorrow’s EA Sports Cup final.
# dominance
Untouchable! Ancelotti's Bayern clinch record-extending Bundesliga title in style
Robert Lewandowski scored twice as Bayern Munich emphatically wrapped up a fifth straight league crown.
# Silverware
Ireland book place among sevens elite with Rugby Europe Trophy win in Prague
They will play on the Rugby Europe Grand Prix Series next season.
Liverpool draw Villarreal in the last four of the Europa League
The Reds will face Spanish opposition as they look to book a place in the final at Basel’s St Jakob-Park.
# Silverware
Ireland secure biggest ever medal haul at Northern European Gymnastics Championships
The men’s team earned gold while the women picked up silver in Limerick.
# Silverware
Kingdom come again as Kerry trounce Cork in Munster junior football final
Conor Cox and Jeff O’Donoghue starred as Kerry’s juniors got the week off to a good start.
# take the cup home
'We had three good halves in three games' -- Emerging Ireland head coach Clarke
The shadow international squad were unable to consistently stamp their authority of games.
# rugby 7s
Ireland Sevens' ruthless form continues en route to final as Women lift more silverware
It’s been another busy weekend on the Road to Rio.
# Silverware
Ireland Sevens move one step closer to Olympic qualification with tournament win
It’s been a great weekend in Bosnia.
# pray for tim
Arsenal run riot as they record biggest winning margin in an FA Cup final for 21 years
The Gunners have retained the famous trophy after hammering Villa.
# Silverware
The Old Trafford trophy cabinet won't be empty for a second straight season after all
Man United are the Premier League (U21) title winners.
# Silverware
David Humphreys' Gloucester survive red card to clinch inaugural Challenge Cup
Bill Meakes saw red for a high, off the ball tackle but the Premiership side hung on.
# Silverware
Oulart and Piltown win All-Ireland club camogie titles
It was finals day at a bitterly cold Croke Park as the Wexford and Kilkenny clubs triumphed.
# Silverware
Munster get set for Lanzarote trip with Pro12 title now the 'one goal'
Anthony Foley says his squad have ‘come out stronger’ from their disappointment in Saracens.