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At home Sergio Garcia takes one-shot lead at Valderrama
Shane Lowry remains the best placed of the Irish stars.
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Leishman in command at BMW Championship, McIlroy out of the picture
The Northern Irish golfer can no longer make the Fedex Cup after another disappointing day.
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Spieth rides hot putter to share lead, McIlroy seven shots off him
World number one Dustin Johnson, Venezuela’s Jhonattan Vegas and Rickie Fowler are also going well.
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Nicholas Roche moves up a place while Froome maintains Vuelta lead
Poland’s Tomasz Marczynski claimed stage six.
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Trentin wins fourth stage, Nicolas Roche still third at Vuelta
Meanwhile, Britain’s Chris Froome has maintained the overall lead.
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Kisner surges clear as McIlroy struggles at US PGA Championship
The American star moved into a four-shot lead at Quail Hollow midway through day two.
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Graeme McDowell two shots off the lead in Texas
Meanwhile, Danny Lee and red-hot Kevin Kisner are in a four-way tie for the lead halfway through
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Mark Selby late show leaves World Championship final in the balance
A potentially disastrous day at the office ended with the defending champion trailing by just three frames.
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Rory McIlroy charges but US duo lead at Bay Hill
Charley Hoffman curled in the shot of the tournament at the US PGA event.
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Rory McIlroy trails leader Storm by three in SA Open
Meanwhile, South African Jbe Kruger carded a 69 and Englishman Jordan Smith a 66 to share third place.
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Brambilla at the double as Dumoulin struggles on Giro
Meanwhile, Ireland’s Nicolas Roche and Philip Deignan finished in 51st and 147th place respectively.
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Strong showing sees Ireland's Peter Lawrie move into contention in Morocco
Italy’s Francesco Laporta a one-shot lead at the Trophee Hassan II.
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Ding falls behind in gruelling World Championship final
The 29-year-old is bidding to become the first Asian to win the world title.
# looking good
Rory McIlroy grabs WGC Doral lead with bogey-free 68
The 26-year-old Irish golfer is seeking to claim his 12th US PGA Tour title.
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Disappointment for Shane Lowry at Phoenix Open, as Danny Lee leads
The Irish golfer struggled on the back nine this evening
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Here's how the race for the 8 Champions Cup quarter-final berths stands
The runners and riders in contention for the knock-out stages of this year’s competition.
# Report
Leicester's 10-match unbeaten run comes to an end at Anfield
Substitute Christian Benteke earned his side all three points.
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Northern Ireland and Wales on brink of history - here's who can qualify for Euro 2016
There’s plenty of football still to be played as the stakes are raised.
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Ireland's Nicolas Roche had to recover from a bad crash at the Vuelta today
Meanwhile, Italian Kristian Sbaragli claimed his first Grand Tour victory in a sprint finish.
# Impressive
2 Irish cyclists are in the Vuelta's top 4 as it stands
Meanwhile, Caleb Ewan celebrated the biggest win of his career.
# amateur hour
With one round left, Ireland's Paul Dunne is joint-leader of the Open at St Andrews
What an incredible day of golf it’s been.
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Ireland's Paul Dunne inside the top 10, but Dustin leads the way at St Andrews
Paul Dunne is just four off the lead at St Andrews.
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'Pure happiness' for Martin* as he triumphs at Tour de France stage 4
*Not the one you’re thinking of.
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Texan duo lead US Open as Tiger Woods crashes out
World number one Rory McIlroy and six-time US Open runner-up Phil Mickelson both punched their tickets into the weekend.
# Closure
Sepp Blatter elected for fifth term as Fifa president after Prince Ali concedes
The 79-year-old has vowed to lead the organisation out of the corruption “storm” it has become embroiled in.
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McIlroy left frustrated at Wentworth, Harrington walks off after two holes
Italy’s Francesco Molinari headed the leaderboard at the end of the first day.
# Line-up
Munster, Ulster and Connacht will all be in playoff action next weekend
The semi-final pairings weren’t known until the last moments of today’s games.
# State of Play
Halfway through the campaign, where does last night's draw leave Ireland in Group D?
France 2016 seems a long way off but the Boys in Green are just about still in the hunt.
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Two from two - where does yesterday's Cricket World Cup win leave Ireland in Pool B?
How many more wins do we need to reach the knock-out stages?
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Jacquelin one shot ahead of Lowry and Harrington at Dunhill Links
11 of the top 12 scores came from players who were at Kingsbarns on Friday and Carnoustie on Thursday.
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Aussie Hansen wins Vuelta 19th stage, Dan Martin still sixth overall
The 33-year-old Lotto-Belisol rider took off with just over 4km remaining.
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Roller-coaster Day, steady Furyk share PGA lead, McIlroy five shots back
Hunter Mahan is third on 205 with seven US compatriots another stroke adrift.
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Streaking McIlroy struggles, Van Pelt grabs lead
The Northern Irish golfer fired a three-over par 74 in the first round of the opening event
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Garcia takes lead but McIlroy lurks at Akron WGC
The Spaniard holds a three-stroke lead over the Northern Irish golfer.
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Scott, McIlroy begin chasing Kaymer at US Open
The Irish golfer put himself in the reckoning as third-round scores soared in the afternoon heat.
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Pádraig Harrington two off the lead at Byron Nelson Championship
Louis Oosthuizen and Brendon Todd are currently winning the $6.9 million event.
# too good
O'Sullivan stays on course for another world title
The veteran star has established a 6-2 lead over Barry Hawkins in the first session of their semi-final.
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Spieth, Watson share lead after Masters third round, McIlroy hopes fading
The Northern Irish golfer currently has a score of three over.
# Winning
VIDEO: Lee Cattermole scores a rare goal after some calamitous Spurs defending
Emmanuel Adebayor, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen then hit back for Tottenham.
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Scott on the verge of replacing Woods as world number one, McDowell performance improves
The reigning Masters champion and first Australian to capture the green jacket struggled to a one-under par 71 on Saturday.