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Wednesday 31 May 2023 Dublin: 6°C

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This week
28th May 2023 - 31st May 2023
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Cork retain Munster crown as Donegal dethrone Armagh in Ulster
The Rebels defeated Kerry on a scoreline of 5-14 to 2-17.
Last week
21st May 2023 - 27th May 2023
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Irish duo secure European football with Aberdeen while Jim Goodwin on brink of relegation
Hibernian also came from behind to defeat 10-man Celtic 4-2 at Easter Road and set up a final-day shootout with city rivals Hearts for fourth place.
# Westmeath GAA
Superb Westmeath rally from 17 points down to dump Wexford out of Leinster SHC
Meanwhile, Galway enjoyed a routine win over Antrim.
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Superb Westmeath rally from 17 points down to dump Wexford out of Leinster SHC
Meanwhile, Galway enjoyed a routine win over Antrim.
Last month
May 2023
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Offaly's surge to snatch draw the pick of Tailteann Cup clashes
Cavan, Limerick, Antrim and Meath are in the driving seats in their respective groups.
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Strong second-half sees Donegal open All-Ireland series with win as Cavan overcome London
Limerick were also victorious in their Tailteann Cup outing against Carlow.
# Review
Leaders Galway earn convincing win, Kerry brought back down to earth
Meanwhile, second-place Waterford earned a convincing 4-0 win away to Finn Harps.
# Wrap
One-point victory sees Mayo set up Connacht final clash with Galway
Elsewhere, Sligo earned a convincing 3-14 to 0-12 win over Leitrim this evening.
# Irish Abroad
WNT Watch: Relegation in Germany, Celtic's goal-scoring hero and Stateside success
It was a mixed weekend for Irish internationals abroad.
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Giro shock as Covid rules out leader Evenepoel
Meanwhile, Irish pair Eddie Dunbar and Ben Healy finished 22nd and 42nd respectively.
# Ladies Football
Heavyweights progress as final pairings decided in Leinster, Munster and Ulster
It’s Cork v Kerry, Dublin v Meath and Armagh v Donegal after today’s fixtures.
Late winner sends Peas clear at the top, Sarah Rowe on target in Bohs scalp
Shamrock Rovers stay within a point at the top, while Shelbourne and Sligo Rovers also recorded victories in the Women’s Premier Division.
# Students and Teachers
Shamrock Rovers go top while Kerry FC secure first League of Ireland win
The Hoops were 3-0 winners at UCD.
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Mixed results for Ireland Sevens teams in Toulouse
One win and one defeat each on opening day.
# Take a Bow
Embiid shines as Sixers sink Celtics, Nuggets rout Suns
A towering performance in Boston from the NBA Most Valuable Player helped his side power to a 115-103 victory.
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Joy and despair on mixed day for Irish players abroad
Danny McNamara was left dejected after Millwall’s remarkable 4-3 defeat to Blackburn.
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Chelsea keep pressure on leaders Manchester United with huge win over Everton
United had earlier moved six points clear with a 3-0 success over Tottenham.
# AIL round-up
Terenure earn record-breaking All-Ireland final win over Clontarf
Blackrock College, Shannon, UL Bohemians and Skerries also registered important wins today.
# Despair
Heartbreak for Ireland stars as Derby just miss out on play-offs
It was a bad day too for the Irish contingent at MK Dons, as they were relegated from League One.
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Shamrock Rovers hammer Cork City, Galway eke out Treaty win
Shelbourne, meanwhile, were 1-0 winners over Athlone.
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Kane goes second on all-time Premier League list as Spurs beat Palace
The England international surpassed Wayne Rooney and moved closer to Alan Shearer.
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Galway and Kilkenny advance to Leinster minor hurling final
The Tribesmen defeated Dublin in the semi-final while Kilkenny edged out Wexford.
This year
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PSG slump to defeat after Hakimi red card, Bayern move top of Bundesliga
The French giants were beaten 3-1 at home to mid-table Lorient.
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Brighton revive European push with 6-0 win while Brentford prevail after late rally
Brighton defeated Wolves as Brighton got the better of Nottingham Forest.
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Lakers advance to conference semi-finals as Kings stay alive against Warriors
The Lakers defeated the Memphis Grizzlies 125-85 to win their first-round series 4-2.
# Racing
Mullins' dominance continues as Klassical Dream hits Punchestown hat-trick
Later, El Fabiolo strolled to victory to follow up Irish Arkle success.
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Miami dump Bucks out of NBA playoffs as Grizzlies stay alive against Lakers
Miami will now face the New York Knicks in the Eastern Conference semi-finals.
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Aston Villa climb up to fifth as Leeds and Leicester play out draw in relegation fight
Meanwhile, Wolves movded to the brink of survival after defeating Crystal Palace.
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Down heap more pain on Donegal as they advance to Ulster semi-final
Louth and Kildare make progress in Leinster.
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Lakers make playoff statement against Grizzlies as Suns close in on second round
Meanwhile, the Philadelphia 76ers dominated the Brooklyn Nets.
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Kilkenny open Leinster defence with straightforward win over Westmeath
Clare footballers advance to Munster final after victory against Limerick.
# Round-Up
Shamrock Rovers enjoy big Dublin derby win in front of record crowd
Elsewhere, Peamount United came from behind to beat Wexford Youths 2-1.
# Will to win
Keane on target as Wigan fight for Championship survival, Burnley’s title party on hold
A look at today’s Championship action.
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Jota continues to make up for lost time, while Everton slip into drop zone
Leicester earned a huge win over Wolves to move clear of the bottom three on goal difference.
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Sligo end Fairytale of New York and advance to first Connacht final since 2015
Elsewhere, Antrim and Dublin shared the spoils in their Leinster senior hurling championship opener.
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England captain Williamson limps off as WSL leaders Man United defeat Arsenal
Meanwhile, Brighton overcame Everton to bring themselves off bottom spot and leapfrog Leicester and Reading.
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NBA injury fears for Giannis and Morant as Lakers and Heat win
Antetokounmpo was forced off early in the Bucks’ defeat.
# AIL round-up
Donnellan stars again as champions Clontarf set-up semi-final against Young Munster
The other last-four battle sees Terenure College, last year’s beaten finalists, host Cork Constitution.
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Irish youngster Cannon scores 7th goal in 9 games to aid Premier League promotion push
Preston’s good form continued while Andy Lyons was on target for relegation-threatened Blackpool.
# Lovely Hurling
Winning starts for Carlow, Offaly and Kerry in Joe McDonagh Cup
They overcame Kildare, Laois and Down respectively.