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Bohemians awarded three points after Athlone's failure to fulfil WNL fixture
The game, scheduled for 7 August, had to be called off due to a Covid-19 issue in the Athlone camp.
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Dean Clancy handed walkover in gold medal fight at European U22 Championships
Clancy took gold in Italy, while Adam Hession was stopped in the second round in his final bout.
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Waterford FC to forfeit game against Sligo Rovers due to 'ongoing Covid-19 positive case'
The club released a statement this evening.
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We wanted game with Galway to go ahead, insist Sligo players
The Yeats County were hit with a Covid outbreak this week.
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Covid-19 case forces Offaly hurlers to forfeit Christy Ring Cup opener
‘Almost every member’ of the panel has been deemed a close contact of the player who tested positive.
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Why was the campaign so lacklustre? For the same reason 'no-one bothered going to Dublin matches this summer'
We take a look at some of the factors that led to such a mundane Áras campaign.
# success
Katie Taylor reaches semi-finals of World Championships without throwing a punch
The Bray native will now face Jinhua Yin of China on Sunday for a spot in the final.
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Cavan through to Dr McKenna Cup semi-final after Jordanstown pull out of tomorrow's game
The Breffni County are through to next Sunday’s last four clashes.
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Federer into US Open last eight as Fish pulls out
Elsewhere, Ana Ivanovic today ended a four-year wait to reach the quarter-finals of the competition.
# french open
Forget Paris: Djokovic takes a day off as walkover seals Roland Garros semi-final spot
Fabio Fognini injured a muscle in his left leg while beating Albert Montanes yesterday, meaning the game’s in-form man is into the last four without breaking sweat.