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Tuesday 30 May 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# steady as she goes

Last week
21st May 2023 - 27th May 2023
# steady as she goes
Maguire battles back from four down to continue winning form at LPGA Match-Play
The Cavan native defeated South Korean’s Jenny Shin in Las Vegas.
Last year
# steady as she goes
Ireland's Egan on target as Sheffield United close in on Championship leaders Burnley
Billy Sharp also scored for the winners in their 2-1 win over struggling Wigan.
All time
# steady as she goes
Man United close in on fourth spot with Burnley win on eve of Alex Ferguson's 80th birthday
Scott McTominay and Cristiano Ronaldo were both on target for the winners.
# steady as she goes
Konsa on the double as Aston Villa continue revival under Gerrard and move up to 10th
Villa have won three of Gerrard’s four games in charge since he replaced Dean Smith last month.
# steady as she goes
Late penalty fires Rangers to victory as van Bronckhorst maintains perfect start
The spot kick was awarded after Ryan Kent was fouled by Ryan Porteous.
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Maguire six shots off the lead after solid second round in New Jersey
The Cavan native is staying in contention at the Shoprite LPGA Classic.
# steady as she goes
Antonio bags brace as West Ham crush 10-man Leicester to extend perfect start
The Hammers clinched a 4-1 win at the London Stadium.
# steady as she goes
Lewandowski equaliser ensures draw for champions Bayern in Bundesliga opener
It finished 1-1 against Borussia Moenchengladbach.
# steady as she goes
Leona Maguire four off the lead after strong opening round in France
The Cavan native carded a two-under 69 to get off to a great start at the Amundi Evian Championship.
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'I played really solid all week'- Maguire beaming after career-best major finish
The Cavan native finished in a tie for 15th at the Women’s PGA Championship.
# steady as she goes
Maguire cards a 72 in impressive finish as USA's Korda wins in Florida
The Cavan native had a shaky start but recovered with a pair of birdies to finish in a tie for 16th.
# steady as she goes
Control key as Connacht bring big guns to Benetton
The western province are riding high in Conference B and ought to have plenty in reserve in Treviso.
# steady as she goes
Real Madrid pick up important La Liga win ahead of Champions League knockout stage
A 2-0 victory over Valencia also cuts the gap on leaders Atletico Madrid.
# steady as she goes
Goals from Maddison and Barnes help Leicester climb up to second
The Foxes are now just one point behind Premier League leaders Man United.
# steady as she goes
Two second-half goals send Leicester up to third place as unbeaten run continues
Brendan Rodgers’ side overcame Newcastle at St James’ Park.
# methodical
Farrell intent on imposing 'plan that we know' on France
The Ireland head coach insists his side won’t be playing high-risk rugby in search of a four-try win in France.
# steady as she goes
Late Nketiah winner sees Arsenal move level with Everton and Crystal Palace at top of the table
Alexandre Lacazette was also on target for the Gunners.
# steady as she goes
'We shouldn’t be 100% happy' - Solskjaer demands more from Man United
The Red Devils boss was impressed by Anthony Martial’s maiden hat-trick for the team.
# steady as she goes
Arsenal players will have 'limited' access to training grounds next week
The squad will do individual training at London Colney.
# steady as she goes
Harrington makes solid start in Malaysia on return from broken wrist
The three-time Major is five shots off the lead at the Maybank Championship after suffering the injury in December.
# steady as she goes
Limerick are the biggest threat to their All-Ireland defence - former All-Star O'Shaughnessy
The Shannonsiders are looking to retain the Liam MacCarthy after making an an impressive start to the league.
# Irish Open
McIlroy sparkles tee-to-green but missed putts lead to opening-round frustration
The tournament host sits three shots off the lead, which is held by New Zealand’s Ryan Fox.
# play it cool
Government wants future budgets to 'lean against the wind'
The Summer Economic Statement this year sets out the plans for next year’s Budget. And it’s all about cooling those jets in case Ireland overheats.
# steady as she goes
Rebels keep the faith and remain unchanged for Saturday's football qualifier with Longford
Neither Alan Cadogan or Aidan Walsh are included.
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Ireland's economy should be grand (as long as there isn't a Brexit)
The ESRI is predicting 4.6% growth this year and 4.2% growth next year.
# mist-ery solved
Ever wondered about foghorns? This should clear things up
The foghorns have been blasting in Dublin this week – causing a red mist to descend for some residents.
# Interview
Paul O’Connell dreaming of a Christmas that's anything but light
The lock will be free of the pressure of imminent games, but hopes to be fully immersed in his rehab programme.
# steady as she goes
'Turning pro is where I want to be,' but Maguire patiently plotting Olympic route in the mean time
The Maguire twins talked with us about the temptation of turning pro and the structured life of a collegiate athlete.
# steady as she goes
Here's how Michael Noonan wants to end 'boom and bust' economics
The Finance Minister said that overspending by government poses the biggest threat to recovery.
# steady as she goes
Warning over "life-endangering" homemade boats
Several of the jury-rigged craft have been spotted along the Irish coast in recent days.