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Tuesday 5 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Tight Affair

Last year
Hoban's late strike hands Dundalk victory in Derry
The Lilywhites have picked up their first win of the season on the road.
Burt goal the difference as Bohemians win at Sligo Rovers
The Dublin side picked up just their second win of the season with a 1-0 victory at The Showgrounds.
All time
Cratloe narrowly see off Kilmaley to seal Clare hurling final showdown with Ballyea
Rian Considine top-scored for the winners with 1-4 from play.
Controversy aplenty as Tyrone edge Meath in extra-time
The Ulster side emerged one-point winners in Navan.
Kilkenny see off spirited Offaly with two late scores to book hurling league semi-final
Late scores from TJ Reid and Walter Walsh saw the Cats past the hosts.
Ireland's women pay the penalty and suffer narrow loss in first of two games against Portugal
Missing a number of regulars, Colin Bell gave some youngsters their chance to impress.
1-8 for Donegal duo as 13-man Ulster University avoid shock Sigerson defeat to Garda
The Sigerson Cup favourites needed two goals in extra-time to wrap up this first round win.
Connacht conjure a great start and finish to push past Leinster in their Inter-Pro semi
A couple of goals came at the perfect time for the Westerners.
Storylines galore on Pep's debut as Joe Hart is dropped and ex-United player nets dramatic OG
Sunderland’s new signing Paddy McNair had a moment to forget after Jermain Defoe had equalised for David Moyes’ men.
Tomás Corrigan drags Fermanagh to victory over Antrim in Ulster
Corrigan kicked nine points in an excellent display of score-taking as the Erne men advanced to the last eight of Ulster.
Longford Town heap more misery on struggling Shannonsiders
Limerick remain rooted to the bottom of the top-flight after tonight’s 1-0 defeat.
Gaffney proves the difference as Limerick edge Sligo on Shannonside
In torrential rain, both sides offered up plenty though the hosts grabbed game-winner in the second half.
Portumna in fortunate semi-final win while Keith Higgins leads Ballyhaunis to Mayo SHC crown
Portumna’s opponents Craughwell will rue 19 wides while Four Roads and Kiltale also picked up county titles earlier today.
Stalemate at the Belfield Bowl as Bohs are frustrated by UCD
Dinny Corcoran went close for the visitors as home side ended their run of defeats.
Ansbro try settles tight encounter between Scotland and Ireland at Murrayfield
A last gasp try by Scotland’s Joe Ansbro gave Andy Robinson’s men a 10-6 win over Ireland on Saturday.