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Friday 24 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

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Down native Jonathan Caldwell goes from working at Nevada Bob’s to winning on European Tour
The Northern Irishman won the inaugural Scandinavian Mixed by a shot.
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Cantlay beats Morikawa in playoff to win PGA Memorial
Rory McIlroy, meanwhile, finished tied for 18th on one under, while Shane Lowry had a better weekend, coming joint sixth on six under.
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Lille manager steps down two days after winning Ligue 1 title
Christophe Galtier took over from Marcelo Bielsa in 2017.
# Serie A
Juventus and AC Milan qualify for Champions League, Napoli miss out
Earlier on Sunday Ashley Young was on target as Inter Milan celebrated their Serie A title in front of 1,000 supporters.
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Empress Josephine rules over Joan Of Arc in 1,000 Guineas at Curragh
A pulsating finish resulted in an Aidan O’Brien one-two.
# Frustration
Sergio Aguero gaffe proves costly, as Man City forced to wait for Premier League title
Chelsea stunned Pep Guardiola’s side with a late victory.
# Cycling
Ireland speed king Sam Bennett wins Paris-Nice opener
It was a fourth stage win on this race for Bennett.
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Brady edges into Australian Open final against Osaka
The American star edged Karolina Muchova 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 in a tense semi.
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Bills clinch division title with big win over Broncos
Quarterback Josh Allen passed for 359 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two scores.
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Jubilant scenes as Rangers reach Europa League last 32 for second consecutive year
Steven Gerrard’s side battled back from falling behind twice.
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Spurs top Premier League after Jose Mourinho masterminds win against Man City
Goals from Son Heung-Min and Giovani Lo Celso sealed a victory.
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Top-ranked Dustin Johnson captures Masters in record-breaking fashion
Rory McIlroy finished fifth with South Africa’s Dylan Frittelli.
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France, Germany shine in Nations League as Sergio Ramos endures miserable landmark
The Chelsea midfielder was quickest to react to a rebound as he netted the winner.
# Mixed Fortunes
Ireland's Sam Bennett relegated to last after crossing line first at today's Vuelta
The final kilometre of the 157km stage from Castrillo del Val to Aguilar de Campoo saw the Deceuninck-Quickstep rider surge to apparent victory.
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€130 million worth of new talent on show as 20-year-old's moment of magic inspires Chelsea win
A fine strike from Reece James helped down Brighton.
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Waterford prevail to go level with Dundalk
John Sheridan’s side took advantage of some defensive errors to overcome St Pat’s.
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Angel Di Maria-inspired PSG seal first-ever Champions League final appearance
It was a disappointing night for RB Leipzig.
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Lewis Hamilton sweeps to record-breaking win in Spain
The British star came home 24 seconds ahead of nearest title race rival Max Verstappen.
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Stephanie Roche on target as Peamount get title defence underway with comfortable win
Shelbourne were too good for Cork City in the opening game of the new season.
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Lyons and Keane bag big-race double at Leopardstown
The duo are still on a high from Siskin’s Irish 2,000 Guineas success on Friday evening.
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Man City triumph to win League Cup for 4th time in 5 seasons
Mbwana Samatta’s effort set up a tense second half, but Aston Villa could not find an equaliser.
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Ireland's Kelly Murphy sets national record at World Championships
The 30-year-old came 15th overall, finishing with a time of 3:29.699.
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Ireland's Dunleavy and McCrystal claim silver medal at World Championships
It was the New Zealanders who took gold as expected, with a time of 3:23.163.
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Stormy Ireland completes season hat-trick with victory at Naas
The Willie Mullins-trained mare was victorious at the Limestone Lad Hurdle.
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Impressive Ireland U15s overcome Australia U17s
Second-half goals from Kevin Zefi and Alex Nolan ensured Jason Donohue’s side maintained their 100% record this season.
# Take a Bow
Irish teen Keane Barry becomes dual darts world champion
It’s been a memorable few weeks for the 17-year-old Meath native.
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Iridessa gives Ireland's Joseph O'Brien landmark Breeders' Cup win
At 26, he takes over as the youngest trainer to win.
# Happy Days
Ireland show jumping team secure Tokyo 2020 Olympics spot
Darragh Kenny, Peter Moloney, Cian O’Connor and Paul O’Shea all played a part in the success.
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Brazier brushes off doping controversy to win 800m gold
The 22-year-old American produced a tactical masterclass at Doha’s Khalifa Stadium.
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Robert Hendrick secures Ireland's ticket to Tokyo at Canoe Slalom World Championships
The 21-year-old was first up and last to qualify today.
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Willett holds off Rahm to win at Wentworth
Rory McIlroy added a 67 to his third round of 65 to finish in a tie for ninth.
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Roscommon's Aoife O'Rourke secures medal at European Championships
There were mixed fortunes for Amy Broadhurst and Ceire Smith,
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Liverpool beat Chelsea on penalties to triumph in Super Cup
The game finished 2-2 in normal time.
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Patrick Reed wins Northern Trust for first victory since 2018 Masters
Meanwhile, Rory McIlroy tied for sixth place at 12 under.
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Cork blow away defending champions Kerry to claim Munster U20 title
Cathal O’Mahony was particularly impressive, scoring 1-5 on the night.
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Penalty joy for Ireland as they reach semi-finals of World University Games
Amanda McQuillan, Megan Smyth-Lynch, Lynn Craven and Eleanor Ryan-Doyle all converted their spot kicks.
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Frankie Dettori's class is crystal clear in fine Royal Ascot double
Meanwhile, Ireland’s Oisin Murphy bounced back from being prevented from riding on Sunday.
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Lyon scrap past Montpellier into Top 14 semi-finals
Charlie Ngatai scored the decisive try 11 minutes before the end.
# Mixed Fortunes
Tottenham confirm top-four spot, but Chelsea pip them to third
The Blues’ 0-0 draw with Leicester ensured they finished ahead of Spurs in third spot.
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Magna Grecia claims 10th 2,000 Guineas for 'unbelievable' Aidan O'Brien
This was the Irish trainer’s third consecutive 2,000 victory after Churchill in 2017 and Saxon Warrior last year.