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This month
January 2023
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Japan forward continues remarkable run as Celtic go 12 points clear
Kyogo Furuhashi extended his hot streak with a sixth goal in six games.
Last month
December 2022
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Sale open Champions Cup campaign with 6-try thrashing of Ulster
Tom Curry and Daniel Du Preez both went over in the first half at the Salford City Stadium.
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Fourteen-man Leinster storm back in second half to claim bonus-point win over Ulster
The hosts were 22-3 behind but scored 35 consecutive points on either side of the break to sensationally turn the game on its head.
Last year
2022
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Champions Kilkerrin-Clonberne book All-Ireland final return and historic Croke Park date
The long-time unbeaten Galway side were convincing winners over Ballymacarbry this afternoon.
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Tottenham and Barcelona stars on target as Holland secure emphatic win over Belgium
Memphis Depay and Steven Bergwijn were on target for the Dutch.
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Cork put Kerry to the sword to claim 31st Munster title
They pulverised the Kingdom with a powerful display of attacking football.
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Kyprios underlines Gold Cup credentials with impressive Leopardstown win
The Aidan O’Brien-trained four-year-old finished 14 lengths clear in the Saval Beg Levmoss Stakes.
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Liverpool outclass Man United to go top of the Premier League
The result means they go two points clear of title rivals Man City.
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Holders Chelsea overcome Arsenal to join Manchester City in Women’s FA Cup final
Guro Reiten and Ji So-yun found the net in a 2-0 win.
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Mister Fisher proves too good in Silviniaco Conti
Ryanair target for ‘top class’ Henderson winner.
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Hosts Cameroon run riot to reach Cup of Nations last 16
Vincent Aboubakar and Karl Toko-Ekambi both scored twice in a 4-1 defeat of Ethiopia.
All time
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Man City equal Liverpool's record with magnificent seven as virus fears mount
Pep Guardiola’s side easily overcame Leeds.
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Livingston keeper pelted with snowballs as Rangers chalk up a routine victory
The second half was delayed 10 minutes as Max Stryjek helped clear the artificial playing surface.
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5-try Argentina sink Italy to end losing streak
The Azzurri have now lost 16 straight Tests stretching back to the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
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Dream debut for Chalobah as Chelsea make it day to forget for Patrick Vieira
The former Arsenal star was managing Crystal Palace in the Premier League for the first time.
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McCurry stars and McShane returns as 14-man Tyrone dismantle Cavan
The Red Hands kicked five points in quick succession before the break and did not look back.
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Gatland's Lions put Covid upheaval aside to run eight tries past Sharks
Josh Adams was outstanding again as he and Duhan van der Merwe grabbed hat-tricks.
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Imperious Man City concede just one shot on target in 19th successive win
They put one foot in the Champions League quarter-finals with a comfortable victory over Borussia Monchengladbach.
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Mexico's Alvarez overpowers Britain's Smith to claim two titles
The fight took place in front of a pandemic-limited crowd at the Alamodome in San Antonio.
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Coetzee claims four tries as Ulster devour Zebre
The Springbok had his hat-trick before half-time as Ulster maintained their winning streak.
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Lionel Messi brilliance helps Barcelona into Champions League last 8
The Argentine international scored and won a penalty, to set up a mouth-watering tie with German champions Bayern Munich on Friday.
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Aubameyang makes history as Arsenal maintain European ambitions
Currently bottom of the table, the loss edges Norwich closer to relegation.
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Martial hat-trick sees Man United boost Champions League hopes with convincing win
Anthony Martial scored a hat-trick amid a victory over Sheffield United.
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Composed 14-man Connacht outsmart the Kings
The Irish side were a player down for more than 80% of the game.
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Goal-of-the-season contender helps Dundalk overcome Cork
Efforts from Michael Duffy, Patrick Hoban and Jordan Flores ensured that the Lilywhites kept up the pace with Shamrock Rovers.
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Mbappe at the double amid VAR controversy in PSG-Monaco clash
The reigning champions benefited from some contentious decisions this evening.
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Rashford-inspired Man United ease past Norwich as Ireland's Idah features
The Cork native could no inspire the Canaries to victory on his full debut.
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West Indies ease to victory over Ireland
Opening batsman Evin Lewis fell agonisingly short of a century.
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Imperious Liverpool beat Leicester to take big step towards Premier League title
The result sees the Reds go 13 points clear of the Foxes, with a game in hand on Brendan Rodgers’ men.
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Liverpool put 5 past Everton and go 32 Premier League games unbeaten
Tonight’s outcome will increase pressure on under-fire Everton boss Marco Silva.
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Brilliant Coutinho free kick the highlight as win eases the pressure on Brazil boss
Lucas Paqueta and Danilo were also on target amid a 3-0 victory over South Korea.
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Liverpool star Mane kept in check, but Senegal cruise to victory
France-based duo Sidy Sarr and Habibou Diallo netted within three minutes during the first half.
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Son bounces back with a brace as Tottenham easily overcome Red Star
Giovani Lo Celso and Christian Eriksen were also on target for the Premier League side.
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Champions Dundalk end St Pat's hopes of Europe
There was no happy return to his former club for Stephen O’Donnell.
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Man City get back to winning ways, move within 5 points of Liverpool
Pep Guardiola’s side earned a convincing victory over Crystal Palace.
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Cheetahs run riot to secure first-ever victory over Munster
The match at the Toyota Stadium was a scrappy affair during the first half, but it did spring to life in the second.
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Shelbourne win 11-1 to move within 5 points of leaders
Ireland underage international Emily Whelan scored a hat-trick amid a comprehensive victory against Kilkenny.
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Liverpool hammer Norwich in Premier League opener
Mo Salah, Divock Origi and Virgil Van Dijk were among the scorers.
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Kerry begin defence of Munster U20 title with defeat of Limerick
Last year’s team captain Donal Down O’Sullivan was their best performer on the night.
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Saracens beat Exeter to win English Premiership and complete double
The London club came 27-16 down to see off their opponents.