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Wednesday 22 March 2023 Dublin: 13°C

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Last year
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The Downs land first Westmeath title in 17 years, Portarlington complete Laois three-in-a-row
St Patrick’s reigned supreme in Wicklow.
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Late penalty seals victory for Wales, while Canada and Italy also enjoy wins at Rugby World Cup
The tournament kicked off this weekend in Whangarei.
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Padraig Harrington tied for sixth at Constellation Furyk & Friends
Ulster’s Stephanie Meadow also in a top ten position on the LPGA Tour event in California.
# Irish Eye
Harrington and Meadow going well in Florida and California
From PGA to LGPA, Champions Tour to LIV, there’s no shortage of golf underway this weekend.
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Bellingham stars as skipper, Messi nets stunner, and Juve get off the mark
The England midfielder scored a wonderful goal as Borussia Dortmund inflicted a final defeat on Sevilla boss Julen Lopetegui.
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Spurs held in Germany, on song Napoli hit six against Ajax
Meanwhile, Inter MIlan claimed a hard-fought 1-0 win over Barcelona.
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Chiefs beat Brady's Bucs while Eagles stay unbeaten in NFL
Elsewhere, the Green Bay Packers claimed a narrow win over the New England Patriots.
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Shannon endure baptism of fire against Terenure while Clontarf edge out UCD
Catch up on all the results from the Energia All-Ireland League.
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Michael Obafemi one of 3 Irish strikers on target in the Championship today
James Collins also hit a brace in League One.
# Golf
Stunning opening 61 for Langasque as McIlroy makes solid start at Alfred Dunhill Links
Padraig Harrington and Shane Lowry have also put themselves in decent positions.
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Rodgers edges Brady as Packers hold off Bucs, 'butt punt' goes viral
The fifth — and possibly final — meeting of the two NFL superstar quarterbacks failed to deliver a high-scoring shoot-out.
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Young guns fire Old Belvedere to top of Women's AIL table
Four members of Leinster’s interpo-winning U18s team last season dotted down for the Dubliners.
# Nations League
Mbappe stars as France shrug off troubles, Netherlands and Croatia also win
A round-up of tonight’s action.
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Champions Kilmallock among six teams left in Limerick SHC as Cork SFC heats up
There was plenty of drama in the GAA club competitions on Sunday.
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Ex-Ireland star Peat helps Railway Union to victory as Galwegians and Suttonians play out draw
Railway Union came away with a bonus-point win over UL Bohemians to get their title defence off to a winning start.
# Star
David Clifford kicks 0-3 as second-half sub to help East Kerry to victory
East Kerry finished up 0-14 to 0-9 winners over Spa Killarney.
# twists and turns
Wexford Youths open up four-point lead on thrilling day in WNL title race
Athlone Town saw off champions Shelbourne, while Bohemians, Cork City and Peamount United were also victorious.
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Birthday boy Colak at the double for resurgent Rangers as Scales sent off
The former Shamrock Rovers man saw red as his Aberdeen side were beaten 3-1 by Hibernian.
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PSG's deadly front three all score as Benfica sink dismal Juve to win 12th straight match
Meanwhile, Real Madrid left it late to beat RB Leipzig.
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Brady's Bucs open NFL season with win over Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dan Prescott suffered a fourth quarter injury,
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Blackrock win Cork SHC thriller on penalties, Crossmaglen avoid a scare in Armagh
It was a busy day of club action in both football and hurling.
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Bayern held for third straight draw, Neymar scores 10th of the season
“We need to take a look in the mirror,” said Thomas Mueller post-match.
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Neymar and Mbappe on target as PSG stay top of Ligue 1
Elsewhere, Nice claimed their first victory of the campaign as on-loan Arsenal forward Nicolas Pepe scored a match-winning penalty.
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Cora Staunton reaches 50-goal mark after impressive start to sixth season in AFLW
Meanwhile, Tipperary’s Orla O’Dwyer and Áine Tighe of Leitrim were also on target for their sides this weekend.
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Raheem Sterling bags first goals for 10-man Chelsea with brace in Leicester victory
Elsewhere, Brighton continued their fine start to the season against Leeds, and Everton and Brentford drew 1-1.
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17-year-old Irish striker bags first Brighton senior goal
Evan Ferguson also provided an assist in tonight’s win over Forest Green.
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Wexford Youths close in on leaders Shelbourne while Galway United earn 6-0 win
There were four games down for decision in the league today.
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Bazunu helps Southampton to first win, Brentford brought back down to earth after Man United thrashing
Meanwhile, Everton earned a late point against Nottingham Forest.
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Women's 4x400m relay storm into final while superb Shanahan advances in 800m
It’s another action-packed day for the Irish athletes at the European Championships.
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Barr misses out on 400m hurdles final spot, while English and Finn progress
Mark English is through to the semi-finals of the 800m while Michelle Finn will compete in the 3,000m steeplechase final.
# Irish Eye
Reading condemn Blackburn to first defeat of the Championship season
It was a busy night for the Irish contingent as Sheffield United also won and West Brom and Cardiff, and Stoke City and Middlesbrough, drew.
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Irish duo on target for Swansea, Robbie Brady's resurgence continues
Goals from Michael Obafemi and Ryan Manning helped earn their side a point.
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Wexford claim late win over Galway, Shelbourne's league title defence back on track
Noel King’s Champions League-bound side ran out 4-0 winners over Treaty United.
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Man City and Arsenal maintain perfect Premier League starts
Kevin De Bruyne took centre stage for City while Gabriel Jesus opened his Gunners account.
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2019 Kerry hurling champions reclaim crown while last year's Carlow finalists triumph
Causeway secured top honours in Kerry while St Mullins won the senior decider in Carlow.
# Star Power
World Cup winner makes full debut as Shelbourne earn thrilling cup win
Heather O’Reilly started as her side came from two goals down to stun Peamount.
# Boost
Siblings Aidan and Michaela Walsh among several Irish stars boxing for gold on Sunday
Amy Broadhurst, Jude Gallagher, Carly McNaul and Dylan Eagleson are also guaranteed at least a silver.
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All-Ireland finalists Kilmacud open Dublin title defence with convincing win
Brian Howard’s Raheny were on the losing side to the reigning champions.
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Disappointment for Irish duo on debuts for new Premier League clubs
Nathan Collins and Gavin Bazunu couldn’t prevent their sides from losing, while Mark Travers helped Bournemouth to an opening day win.
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Cork minors retain All-Ireland title while Monaghan and Clare also triumph
There was plenty of drama in the three All-Ireland minor deciders.