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Thursday 8 June 2023 Dublin: 12°C

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This year
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Cork hit 2-30 as they claim opening Munster hurling league win over Kerry
Pat Ryan saw his team begin their Group B pre-season campaign with a win.
Last year
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Waterford storm past Galway to book play-off final date against UCD
A comfortable win for the Blues tonight.
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Italy beat Hungary for consolation of Nations League final-four
Giacomo Raspadori opened the scoring.
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Real Madrid defeat Eintracht Frankfurt to win 5th Uefa Super Cup
Goals from David Alaba and Karim Benzema gave Madrid a 2-0 victory.
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Leicester take step towards Conference League last 16 with routine Randers win
Three goals in the second half saw Leicester to an ultimately comfortable victory.
All time
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Disappointment for Ireland as Dancer's side fall to England in pursuit of World Cup spot
England won 5-1 at the Euros with Ireland’s World Cup qualification bid looking set to come down to October’s final qualifier.
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Morrissey and Nash goals help Limerick impress with 11-point success over Tipp in Munster U21 clash
Clare await now in the semi-final on 12 July.
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Kerry's St Brendan's claim 18-point win over St Benildus to reach Hogan Cup final
The Killarney school are chasing a first title since 1992.
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Tipp's O'Dwyer and Cork's Coughlan the scoring stars as CIT claim 24-point Fitzgibbon win
Comfortable win for the Cork college against GMIT tonight.
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Costello bags a double as Dublin cruise to a 19-point O’Byrne Cup win
Jim Gavin’s side finished comfortable winners over IT Carlow.
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Corofin into Galway SFC final as Barna and St Michael's go to replay
Justin Burke and Michèal Lundy led the charge for Corofin in a dominant win over Milltown.
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Early BOD blow not enough to derail clinical Leinster from retaining Pro12 crown
Leinster secured their second successive Pro12 title with a 22-point win over Glasgow Warriors.