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Last year
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Deasy goal proves crucial and Tony Kelly posts 0-4 as Ballyea retain Clare title
Ballyea are Clare senior champions for the fourth time after narrowly edging out Éire Óg.
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The secret to Meath's success? Sticking together, says star midfielder
Máire O’Shaughnessy and the Royals are back-to-back All-Ireland senior champions.
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Disappointment for Ireland's Connolly and Walsh as Arsenal extend Women's Super League lead
The league leaders rallied from a one-goal deficit to seal the win.
All time
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Late penalty miss helps Bayern stay four points clear at top of Bundesliga
Meanwhile, second-placed RB Leipzig overcame Union Berlin.
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Champions Galway hold off gutsy Tipp effort to join Kilkenny in repeat of last year's All-Ireland final
Cathal Murray’s side were pushed all the way for their win.
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Bennett extends green jersey lead to 47 points as Colombia's Lopez wins stage 17 of Le Tour
Meanwhile Dan Martin came home in 31st place.
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Awesome Ballygunner clinch seven-in-a-row with 17-point win over Passage
The decider was played at Walsh Park.
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'I found that emotionally very hard' - changes on the way for Imokilly but they remain the elite in Cork
The divisional side reigned again on Leeside yesterday.
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Messi penalty helps Barcelona rally from behind to restore seven-point lead
Gerard Pique and Luis Suarez were also on target for Ernesto Valverde’s side.
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Unbeaten! Mourneabbey survive gutsy Ballymacarbry fight to clinch fifth consecutive Munster crown
The Cork side will progress to the All-Ireland semi-finals where they will face the Connacht champions.