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Wednesday 29 March 2023 Dublin: 10°C

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Irish stars feature as Burnley make it three league wins from four
Substittue Matej Vydra scored his first goal in 17 months to seal a win over Southampton.
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Five-try Ireland get the better of Wales and Storm Ciara to go two from two in Six Nations
A brilliant result for Adam Griggs’ side, who go top of the table.
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Notebook wins brilliant renewal of the Arkle at Leopardstown and joy for Chacun Pour Soi
Earlier Latest Exhibition won the opener for trainer Paul Nolan and jockey Bryan Cooper.
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Liverpool beat West Ham to go 19 points clear at top
Mo Salah and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain got the goals for Jurgen Klopp’s side at London Stadium.
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Ireland's Jason Quigley prevails in California
The Donegal native secured a third-round stoppage victory over Mexico’s Fernando Marin.
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No more excuses for Ireland Women - they need to start getting the results
Captain Ciara Griffin says ‘you can talk as much as you want but actions give you answers.’
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Man United end 2019 on a high to go within a point of top four
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side overcame Burnley at Turf Moor.
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Lazio down Juventus in Saudi Arabia
Simone Inzaghi’s side earned Super Cup glory in Riyadh.
# Blades of Glory
Irish star Stevens bags crucial equaliser in Sheffield United's comeback win
The Blades were 2-1 winners over Norwich after Enda Stevens headed home.
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Conte proud of Inter's journey to top spot in Serie A
After his current team surpassed a former club, Juventus, in the race for the Scudetto the coach spoke of his team’s path to the summit.
# Clutch
Rahm resists Fleetwood surge to win golf's Race to Dubai as McIlroy fades on day four
What a win for the Spaniard.
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Leicester's brilliant season continues, as they consolidate second place
Brendan Rodgers’ side won 2-0 away at Brighton
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Cillian O’Connor influential as Ballintubber claim fifth Mayo title since 2010
Their expertise at closing out a game when it matters came to the fore.
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Luiz header sees unspectacular Arsenal go third
Bournemouth had enough chances to at least earn a point.
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Davy Fitzgerald helps Sixmilebridge move closer to 14th Clare title
Inagh/Kilnamona paid the price for not showing their first-half dominance on the scoreboard.
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Bale and Hazard absent as Real Madrid go top of La Liga
Meanwhile, Alvaro Morata was sent off as Atletico beat Mallorca.
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Perfect start for new boss Tarnogrodzki, as UCD dump out Pat's
Yoyo Mahdy and Liam Kerrigan got the goals for the Students.
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Baptism of fire for Frank Lampard, as Man United crush Chelsea
Marcus Rashford (2), Anthony Martial and substitute Daniel James got the goals for the Red Devils.
# keeping america great
UFC super villain Covington wins convincingly with 'family friends' the Trumps watching cageside
Colby Covington was on fire against Robbie Lawler in New Jersey.
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15-year-old from Meath takes first place in the men's Liffey Swim race
Sinead Delaney, also from Meath, came first in the women’s race.
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One of the favourites for the Africa Cup of Nations seal quarter-final spot
Algeria will face either Ivory Coast or Mali in the last eight after seeing off Guinea.
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Argentina set up mouth-watering semi-final with Brazil by downing Venezuela
Lautaro Martinez and Giovani Lo Celso secured a 2-0 quarter-final victory.
# legal eagles wins three Justice Media Awards for excellence in legal journalism
News editor Sinéad O’Carroll, political correspondent Christina Finn, and reporter Sean Murray all won prizes for their articles.
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Good start to the day for Kerry as minors beat Cork to land 7th Munster crown in succession
The Kingdom U17s ran out three-point winners.
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Joy for O'Brien, as Anthony leads home a 1-2-3-4-5-6 for Ireland in Epsom Derby
It was an incredible result for Irish trained horses as they were responsible for the first six home.
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Man City crowned Premier League champions after emphatic Brighton victory
Pep Guardiola’s side were too good for Chris Hughton’s men.
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Cork knock reigning champions Dublin out in Division 1 semi-final
Orla Finn starred with 13 points for the Rebels.
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Arsenal boost top-four hopes after Ben Foster's goalkeeping howler
Troy Deeney was sent off early on, as the Gunners laboured to a victory.
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'Two trophies in the one year - I'm 10 years' playing and this is only my third trophy'
Westmeath star Ger Egan is enjoying life under new manager Jack Cooney.
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Conroy's stunning tries help Ireland reach qualification semi-final of World Rugby Seven Series
Their next match takes place today at 5.32am Irish time on Sunday.
# crows flying high
Clare's Considine helps Adelaide to emphatic AFLW Grand Final win in front of 53,000
The Kilmihil forward scored an early goal as the Crows eased past Carlton.
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Harrington-trained Jetz claims victory from small field at Navan
Jessica Harrington’s horse prevailed in the 3.25pm feature.
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Fermanagh overcome five-point deficit to defeat 13-man Donegal and maintain unbeaten start
Rory Gallagher enjoyed a win against his former team.
# trophy time
Further joy for Ireland star Campbell as Man City beat Arsenal to League Cup glory
It’s been a long, hard road back for the Drogheda native.
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Lift for under-fire Sarri as his Chelsea side stroll into Europa League last 16
Olivier Giroud, Ross Barkley and Callum Hudson-Odoi all scored second-half goals as Chelsea swept aside Malmo.
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Goals from O'Connell, Dillon and Burke help Dublin open up league with victory over Carlow
Mattie Kenny’s side hosted the Barrowsiders in Division 1B tonight.
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Drama in Thurles, as Noel Meade-trained Tout Est Permis triumphs
Jockey Sean Flanagan had more joy later in the day.
# Rebel Roar
Fitzgibbon points Charleville to All-Ireland intermediate club final despite late scare
The Cork side beat Kilkenny’s Graigue-Ballycallan by two points at Semple Stadium.
# proud day
Shane Lowry completes dream start to 2019 and wins big in Abu Dhabi
The Offaly man produced a brilliant comeback to seal a first tournament win since 2015.
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Ger Egan hits 1-5 as Westmeath defeat Dublin for first O'Byrne Cup title since 1988
It’s a good start for the Lake County under new manager Jack Cooney.