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# Wrap

Last year
# 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.
# Wrap
All-Ireland finalists Kilmacud open Dublin title defence with convincing win
Brian Howard’s Raheny were on the losing side to the reigning champions.
# Wrap
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.
# Wrap
Cork minors retain All-Ireland title while Monaghan and Clare also triumph
There was plenty of drama in the three All-Ireland minor deciders.
# Wrap
Rangers lose in Belgium, Monaco need late equaliser in Champions League qualifiers
Rangers have it all to do next week following a 2-0 defeat to Union Saint-Gilloise.
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Roche hits hat-trick for Peamount while Shelbourne held by Athlone
It was a busy day of action in the Women’s National League.
# Wrap
Mark English qualifies for 800m World semi-finals as Adeleke narrowly misses out on 400m final
Olympian Chris O’Donnell was also in action, finishing seventh in the semi-finals of the 400m.
# Wrap
Belgium secure last Euro 2022 quarter-final spot as Iceland fall short despite France draw
Iceland became the first side to bow out of a women’s Euro from the group stage unbeaten.
# Wrap
Fermanagh put seven goals past Limerick to book All-Ireland final spot while Antrim also progress
It will be an all-Ulster decider in the All-Ireland Ladies junior final.
# Wrap
Super Saturday drama leaves 6 still standing in All-Ireland Camogie Championship
Tipperary are the unluckiest outfit, missing out on the knockout stages on score difference.
# Wrap
Djokovic racks up 80th Wimbledon win as Alcaraz fights back
The six-time champion battled past Kwon Soon-woo in four sets.
# Wrap
Perfect 10 for Barr at national championships as Adeleke shines in Santry
Meanwhile, Sophie Becker held off Phil Healy to take gold in the 400m.
# Wrap
Narrow win secures Tipperary's senior status, Armagh and Kerry ease to quarter-finals
A round-up of some of today’s action in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship.
# Wrap
Schauffele leads after McIlroy meltdown at Travelers
The Northern Ireland star had tamed the course on Thursday with a spectacular eight-under-par 62 to claim a share of the lead.
# Wrap
Ben Healy crowned new Irish elite time trial champion
In the women’s event, Kelly Murphy narrowly triumphed.
# Irish Eye
McIlroy tied for second and Lowry also in the mix at Canadian Open
Things aren’t going quite as well for Leona Maguire at the ShopRite LPGA Classic.
Crowd trouble overshadows game as Longford and Bray play out drab draw
It finished 1-1 at Bishopsgate.
# Wrap
Sligo advance to Tailteann Cup semi-finals after penalty shootout, Westmeath also prevail
Disappointment for Leitrim and Carlow, who bow out at the quarter-final stage.
# Wrap
Katrina Mackey stars as Cork overcome Dublin
Elsewhere, an injury-time point from Ciara O’Connor snatched a 1-9 to 0-11 victory for Wexford over Clare.
# Wrap
Brumbies battle back to join Blues and Chiefs in Super Rugby semis
The Canberra side prevented an all-New Zealand presence in the final four with their 35-25 victory over the Hurricanes.
# Wrap
Four-goal Galway begin All-Ireland defence with big win as Clare and Tipp share spoils
Elsewhere in the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland senior camogie, Antrim scored a famous win over Offaly.
# Wrap
Wicklow win Tailteann Cup opener, Croke Park hurling glory for Tyrone and Louth
Tyrone were crowned Nickey Rackard Cup champions, while Louth made Lory Meagher history.
# Wrap
Mavs and Celtics advance as defending champions Bucks and Suns exit NBA playoffs
Luka Doncic led a stunning Dallas Mavericks rout of the top-seeded Phoenix Sun.
# Wrap
AC Milan and Inter Milan wins ensure title race will head into the final week of the season
Goals from Rafael Leao and Theo Hernandez sealed a 2-0 win over Atalanta.
Athlone Town shock Peamount, Noonan's deft flick helps Shels stretch lead
There were also wins for DLR Waves, Galway and Wexford Youths today.
# Wrap
Thompson and Curry help Warriors advance in NBA play-offs as Celtics stay alive
The Golden State Warriors will go on to face either the Phoenix Suns or Dallas Mavericks.
# Wrap
Galway brush aside Wexford to maintain promotion push
Elsewhere, third-place Waterford won 4-2 against Cobh at the RSC.
# Wrap
Steph Curry rescues Warriors, Celtics down Bucks
Memphis, who suffered a 142-112 mauling in game three on Saturday, had looked poised to punish one of the worst Golden State offensive displays in years.
# Wrap
Giannis scores 42 to lead Bucks over Celtics, Warriors rout Grizzlies
The Greek superstar centre also had two blocked shots and two steals.
# Wrap
Championship final day: Stevens on target as Sheffield United seal playoff spot
Luton also made the playoffs, thanks to a bizarre winning goal against Reading.
# Wrap
Luka Doncic heroics not enough as Mavericks beaten in playoffs
Deandre Ayton scored 25 points for top seeds Phoenix.
# GAA Wrap
Wexford cruise to 27-point victory, Dublin make it three wins from three
Darragh Egan’s outfit hit 6-21 past Laois to secure their first win of the Leinster championship.
# title race
Shelbourne move clear at the top as Peamount drop two points at home
Shels were 5-0 winners over Treaty United, while Bohemians held Peas to a 1-1 draw.
# Wrap
Roscommon ease into Connacht final after 12-point win in Sligo
Elsewhere, Westmeath saw off Longford to advance to the Leinster semi-finals and Tipperary prevailed in Munster.
# Wrap
Obafemi continues superb end to season, Irish youngster on target for Derby
Eiran Cashin rewarded Wayne Rooney’s faith in him.
# Ladies Football
Dublin fire 6-23 to open Leinster title defence on a high, Armagh cruise into Ulster final
Hannah Tyrrell and Carla Rowe registered a combined haul of 4-14 as the Sky Blues put Westmeath to the sword.
# Wrap
Second-ranked Rahm leads at Mexico Open, McDowell makes the cut
The Spanish star is the highest-ranked player in the field of the long-established event that is part of the US PGA Tour for the first time this year.
# Wrap
Own goal sees Leicester hold Roma while Feyenoord edge out five-goal thriller
There was plenty of action in the Europa Conference League.
# championship matters
Irish stars to the fore in Bournemouth-Swansea thriller as Fulham miss title chance
Cyrus Christie was on target for the Swans, with Michael Obafemi providing two assists – but Bournemouth came back from three goals down.