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# Drama

Last week
28th May 2023 - 3rd June 2023
# Drama
Uefa says Marciniak can referee Champions League final despite far-right event
The official claims he had been ‘gravely misled and completely unaware of the true nature and affiliations of the event in question’.
Last month
May 2023
# TV
Derry Girls and Bad Sisters win big at the Baftas
Actress Siobhán McSweeney, winning for her role as Sister Michael, delighted the audience with a humourous and heartfelt speech.
Analysis: Behan wrote his columns like a garrulous, gregarious personality commanding attention
Professor John Brannigan of UCD says the late writer’s column for The Irish Press showed a Dublin marked by distinctive speech patterns and cultural habits.
This year
# Drama
Remarkable 40-yard lob the highlight as Shamrock Rovers and Cork play out 8-goal thriller
Thrilling contest had lengthy stoppage for treatment to Aaron Bolger after worrying clash of heads.
# Thriller
97th-minute drama sees leaders Arsenal seal incredible comeback win
Bournemouth were two goals ahead before the Gunners’ late show.
# Drama
Galway survive late Cork rally in five-goal thriller to continue unbeaten run
Cork almost snatched a dramatic victory when Eimear Kiely hit the crossbar in the dying seconds.
# Drama
Ireland's World Cup group rivals Canada call off strike after legal threat
However, team captain Christine Sinclair insisted they were being forced back to work and have not given up on their aims.
Last year
# The Late Late Show
Ulster survive remarkable Connacht comeback to end disastrous December
A 14-point lead after 78 minutes was whittled back in the dying moments as Connacht sprung to life in a dramatic finish.
# Drama
South Korea stun Portugal at the death to snatch a place in last 16
Hwang Hee-chan was the hero with the last-gasp goal as his side went through.
# Drama
Bills snatch late win at Detroit, Cowboys beat Giants, Vikings down Pats
The win moved the Bills to an 8-3 record and snapped a three-game winning streak for the much improved Lions (4-7).
# joyous scenes
Boffelli the hero as Argentina shock England
The match was a personal triumph for the Pumas wing who scored 25 points
# Drama
Gareth Bale hits extra-time equaliser as LAFC win first MLS Cup after penalties
Bale scored in the eighth minute of added time after 30 minutes of extra-time to snatch a 3-3 draw as the game went to penalties.
# Drama
Summerville grabs Leeds lifeline as Liverpool suffer shock home defeat
Mohamed Salah responded to Rodrigo’s opener but Summerville would condemn the Reds to back-to-back league losses.
# Drama
Conte sent off as VAR denies late Kane goal - 'I don't have a clue what just happened'
Matt Doherty admits frustration as Spurs draw 1-1 at home to Sporting Lisbon.
# Report
Late drama as Man United score last-gasp equaliser at Chelsea
Jorginho’s penalty appeared to have settled a close contest.
# Drama
Devine era underway as Bohs battle back to secure point against Finn Harps
A late Declan McDaid goal salvaged a draw for the Gypsies at Dalymount Park.
# Drama
Former Sampdoria president escorted away by security as Mourinho's Roma prevail
Lorenzo Pellegrini’s ninth-minute penalty ensured his side moved closer to the Serie A leaders.
Opinion: My play about adoption reflects on my family and families like us
Playwright Dylan Coburn Gray outlines the reasons why he wrote his new play, opening at the Fringe.
Cork City take huge step to First Division title with dramatic derby win over Cobh Ramblers
It was a seismic night in the race for automatic promotion and Colin Healy’s quest was helped by Bray Wanderers beating Galway United.
# Drama
Penalty miss proves costly as Derry held by Shamrock Rovers
It was a brave effort from the league’s third-placed team who remain eight points adrift of the Hoops.
# Drama
'It means everything' - Ashling Thompson set for All-Ireland final after ban overturned
The Cork star was ‘a colossus’ off the bench in the semi-final after a last-gasp appeal was successful.
# Drama
Prendergast's late penalty sends Ireland U20s to stunning win over England
Richie Murphy’s side squeezed past England in a thrilling encounter in Verona.
# Drama
Carlos Sainz wins British Grand Prix after incident-packed Silverstone thriller
The Chinese driver was removed from his car and taken away on a stretcher, with the FIA and Alfa Romeo confirming he was conscious.
# Drama
Remarkable finish sees South Africa pip 13-man Wales
Damian Willemse kicked an added-time penalty goal.
# Drama
Galway beat Armagh on penalties after incredible All-Ireland quarter-final
They advance to play Derry in the last four.
# Drama
Charles Leclerc delights home crowd at Monaco Grand Prix, disappointment for Lewis Hamilton
The Ferrari driver, born and raised on Monte Carlo’s famous streets, held his nerve to deliver an almighty lap under pressure.
# Relegation battle
Leeds survive as they produce rare away win at Brentford and Burnley lose at home
Jesse Marsch’s side beat Brentford 2-1 with Jack Harrison smashing home a 94th-minute winner following Raphinha’s opener.
# Drama
Stoppage-time goal sees Sunderland book place in Wembley play-off final
Patrick Roberts grabbed the late goal to ensure a 2-1 aggregate win over Sheffield Wednesday.
# Joy
Jubilant Joey Barton celebrates most dramatic of promotions
Bristol Rovers beat Scunthorpe 7-0 to go up on goals scored.
# Drama
Agony for Munster as Toulouse advance after penalty shoot-out in European epic
It was a cruel ending for Munster following a stunning clash at the Aviva Stadium.
# Spot kicks
Drama in Ennis as penalty shootout sends Limerick into Munster football semi-finals
90 minutes of action could not separate Clare or Limerick, so for the first time in the Munster SFC, penalties determined the winner.
# Drama
Rangers come from behind to defeat Celtic in Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden
The Light Blues won 2-1 after extra time to set up a meeting with Hearts in the final.
# Drama
Lee Chin hits final four points as Wexford steal last-gasp draw with Galway
Galway let a six-point lead slip in the final few minutes of the game.
# Drama
Shamrock Rovers leave it late to overcome Shelbourne
Aaron Greene proved the match-winner for the Hoops.
# Drama
Ireland finish over the top of 14-man England with bonus-point win in London
It was edge-of-the-seat stuff at times as the English scrum dominated Ireland’s pack.
# Drama
Waterford's Kiely fires late goal from free as UL stun IT Carlow to reach Fitzgibbon Cup final
UL will now meet NUI Galway in Saturday’s final.
# Drama
Stunning late goal hands All-Ireland senior title win to Waterford's Ballygunner
Harry Ruddle’s late goal saw Ballygunner defeat Ballyhale Shamrocks.
# no-vax
Djokovic to play in Dubai after vaccine controversy - reports
The world number one’s deportation from Australia prevented a tilt at a record 21st Grand Slam title.
# Drama
Irish duo feature as Wayne Rooney-less Derby scrap to earn late point
The Rams were 2-0 down with four minutes remaining before Colin Kazim-Richards and Curtis Davies scored to seal a share of the spoils.
All time
# Drama
Irish goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher the hero as Liverpool beat Leicester on penalties
A stunning James Maddison goal was among the highlights of a lively encounter.