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Tuesday 31 January 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Winning

Last week
22nd January 2023 - 28th January 2023
# Winning
Carefully Selected edges out Dunboyne in Thyestes thriller
Elsewhere, Teahupoo shot to ante-post favouritism for the Stayers’ Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival following a facile victory in the John Mulhern Galmoy Hurdle.
Last year
2022
# Winning
Energumene defends Hilly Way crown with ease
1-9 favourite strolls home on seasonal bow at Cork.
# Wrap
Wicklow and Wexford clubs celebrate Leinster hurling glory
Bray Emmets were crowned intermediate champions, while Horeswood triumphed in the junior decider.
# Winning
Shane Walsh delivers another stunning Croke Park cameo to leave with smile on face
The Galway intercounty star struck nine points to help Kilmacud Crokes triumph over The Downs in the Leinster club SFC final.
# Winning
Liverpool end Napoli's 21-game unbeaten run but fall short of top spot
Late goals from Mohamed Salah and Darwin Nunez secured a morale-boosting win for Jurgen Klopp’s men.
# Winning
Chelsea reach Champions League knockout stages for 18th time in 19 attempts
It continues the Blues’ excellent record of successfully navigating the group stages — only once have they failed at this hurdle.
# Winning
Chaldean triumphs in Dewhurst for Balding and Dettori
Jockey had a fall in earlier race but bounced back to win Group One.
# Winning
Disappointment for Neil Lennon as Man United survive scare in Cyprus
Marcus Rashford scored a brace as the Red Devils earned a hard-fought win.
# Winning
All Blacks thrash Australia to close in on Rugby Championship title
New Zealand won on a scoreline of 40-14 in Auckland.
# Winning
Saul Alvarez beats Gennady Golovkin by unanimous decision in trilogy fight
The pair embraced in the ring following the bout.
# Winning
Celtic leave it late as Alfredo Morelos scores on Rangers return
Substitute Liel Abada wrapped up victory for the Hoops in stoppage time when he curled home from 18 yards.
# Still On Top
The secret to Meath's success? Sticking together, says star midfielder
Máire O’Shaughnessy and the Royals are back-to-back All-Ireland senior champions.
# Award
Laois sharpshooter named Player of the Month for June
Erone Fitzpatrick has been in glittering form for the O’Moore county.
# Winning
‘I can retire a happy man’ – Fitzpatrick celebrates dream come true at US Open
The Englishman won his first major title in the 122nd US Open.
# Champion
Swiatek brushes aside Gauff to win second French Open title
The 21-year-old Pole stormed to a 6-1, 6-3 win in only 68 minutes.
# Winning
Despair for Liverpool as Man City complete remarkable comeback to be crowned Premier League champions
A dramatic final day saw no shortage of twists and turns.
# Winning
Rangers end tough week with Scottish Cup glory after extra-time win over Hearts
Ryan Jack broke the deadlock after 94 minutes before fellow substitute Scott Wright fired in a second.
# Winning
Ireland 7s teams off to flyer in Toulouse as men beat South Africa for first time
The women’s team had an impressive win against England.
# Winning
Limerick topple Tipp to reach Munster senior football final
A goal in each half from Josh Ryan and Brian Donovan sealed the deal for the Treaty, who will now face Kerry in the decider.
# Winning
Coroebus denies Native Trail for Appleby one-two in 2000 Guineas
Classic glory on the Rowley Mile for James Doyle.
# Winning
Liverpool close in on Champions League final amid convincing win
Jurgen Klopp’s side were too good for Villarreal.
# Winning
Irish youngster Nathan Collins savours 'unbelievable' night
The 20-year-old scored his first Premier League goal in Burnley’s win over Everton.
# Winning
Railway Union wrap up first-ever league and cup double in style
The Dublin side won today’s Energia AIL Women’s Cup final, while Blackrock College triumphed in the plate decider.
# top finisher
Irish involvement aplenty in Glasgow derby as 'big-game player' Shine back with a bang
The Cork striker scored the winner against Celtic today.
# Irish Eye
'Outstanding' Tighe stars in new position as Fremantle make it four wins from four
Sarah Rowe and Aishling Sheridan were on the losing Collingwood side.
# Rebel Roar
Glanmire beat DCU to win eighth Paudie O’Connor Cup and first since 2018
Irish international Claire Melia starred as the Cork club were the big winners at the National Basketball Arena today.
All time
# Irish Eye
Champ holds off Thyme Hill to take Long Walk title at Ascot
Jonjo O’Neill Jnr: ‘To do it for Nicky, JP and on a horse like Champ – it doesn’t get much better.’
# Happy return
Paul Townend lands Fairyhouse hat-trick on dream return
Ireland’s champion jockey has endured ‘a long and painful recovery’ since dislocating his shoulder in September.
# Winning
Villarreal join Man United in Champions League last 16 after beating Atalanta
The match was rearranged after heavy snowfall.
# Baller
Ireland star Payne helps Florida State University to National Championship glory
It caps a memorable 2021 for Payne, who was named PFAI International Women’s Player of the Year last week.
# unenthused
'I don’t care' – Ronnie O’Sullivan not overly concerned about winning UK Championship
The star insisted he had no interest in his performance and shrugged off the prospect of claiming the crown on his 46th birthday on Sunday.
# Winning
Goal and assist for in-form Katie McCabe as Arsenal beat Man United
The Irish international is also now joint-top of the assists charts.
# Scenes
Naas hold on to stun Sarsfields and lift Kildare football crown for first time since 1990
They bridged a 31-year gap for senior club championship glory.
# Winning
Railway Union defeat UL Bohemians to reclaim top spot
Katie O’Dwyer, captain Niamh Byrne and Aoife Doyle were among the scorers.
# flex
Phil Foden double steers masterful Man City to facile win at Brighton
The Seagulls responded in the second half but were swept aside 4-1 by the Premier League champions.
# Winning
Boost for Atalanta ahead of crucial Man United clash
Veteran Slovenian forward Josip Ilicic, recalled to the team after suffering from a combination of a knee injury and severe depression, scored the opener.
# women's AIL wrap
Ireland captain enjoys try-scoring return in UL Bohs' barnstorming win over title rivals
Ciara Griffin was sprung from the bench as the Limerick side ran out 46-17 winners over Old Belvedere.
# Leaders
Serbia edge Luxembourg to go top of Ireland's group
Elsewhere, Sweden moved within a point of Group B leaders Spain thanks to a 3-0 win over Kosovo in Solna.
# Winning
Real Madrid prevail in clash of heavyweights
Rodrygo sank a wasteful Inter Milan with the last-gasp winner.
# Winning
On-loan Spurs youngster on target as Celtic prevail
Cameron Carter-Vickers helped the Hoops overcome Ross County.