# Report

21st March 2023
# Stalking
Less than half of stalking victims report incidents to Gardaí
Many members of the study had a general lack of trust in An Garda Síochána regarding gender-based violence or a fear that they would not be believed.
Last week
12th March 2023 - 18th March 2023
# Boost
Fourth clean sheet from 6 helps Shelbourne overcome Cork
Jack Moylan was on target as Damien Duff’s side picked up an impressive win.
# Report
Shamrock Rovers fail to win again as St Pat's strike late for share of the spoils
A sold-out Tallaght Stadium played host to an enthralling South Dublin derby.
# Rebel Roar
Cork end Kerry's perfect league record and seal derby victory at Páirc Uí Chaoimh
The home side had to withstand a second-half comeback from the table-toppers.
# Dominant Dubs
1-3 for star forward Tyrrell as Dublin swat strugglers Donegal aside
Maxi Curran’s side will be relegated if Mayo avoid defeat at home to Galway on Sunday.
# Thriller
Sporting stun Arsenal in Europa League shoot-out after Goncalves masterpiece
With a pulsating encounter level at 1-1 on the night and 3-3 on aggregate, it needed penalties to settle the tie.
# Wee Win
Dundalk take Louth derby spoils as Drogheda fail to make dominance count
Connor Malley scored against the run of play and the hosts missed a penalty late on at Weavers Park.
# europa conference league
West Ham maintain impressive European form as they thump 10-man AEK Larnaca
Gianluca Scamacca, Jarrod Bowen and Divin Mubama were on target in a 4-0 win that made it 10 wins from 10 matches.
# Onwards and Upwards
Man United ease into Europa League quarter-finals after victory at Real Betis
Marcus Rashford scored the only goal of the game at the Estadio Benito Villamarin.
# success
Inter edge Porto to end 12-year wait for quarter-finals appearance
The Italians’ 1-0 first-leg home victory was ultimately enough to see them through.
# Football
Arsenal extend Premier League lead with 3-0 win over Fulham
The Gunners went five points ahead of Man City after beating Fulham.
# Stalemate
Casemiro sent off as Man United left frustrated by Southampton
Ireland international Gavin Bazunu impressed for the visitors.
# In form
Hat-trick of assists for Trossard as Arsenal extend Premier League lead
The Gunners went five points ahead of Man City after beating Fulham.
This month
March 2023
# Report
Shels stifle Shamrock Rovers to compound champions' slow start
Stephen Bradley’s side’s search for a first league win continues.
# Champions League
AC Milan hold off toothless Tottenham to progress to last eight for first time since 2012
The Italian champions held out for a 0-0 draw at 10-man Tottenham to win 1-0 on aggregate.
# Euro Vision
Bayern Munich knock out PSG to reach Champions League quarter-finals
The German side won 3-0 on aggregate.
# Report
Ireland U17s draw with Italy in opening Euros elite round qualifier
Colin O’Brien’s side led 2-0 at half-time but had to settle for a point in Cyprus.
# 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.
# Study
Brexit has caused challenges with cross-border travel on island of Ireland for migrants
That’s according to new researched published by the ESRI today.
# Report
Everton left frustrated in relegation six-pointer
Brennan Johnson was the hero for Nottingham Forest.
# title race
Man City beat Newcastle to close in on Arsenal
The result saw Pep Guardiola’s men cut the Gunners’ lead at the top of the table to two points.
# Report
Drogheda continue unbeaten start to the season as Foley downs Sligo
Kevin Doherty’s side are making a mockery of pre-season predictions of struggle.
# On top
Derry City secure potentially-huge result away to Shamrock Rovers
Jamie McGonigle’s second-half strike was the difference as the Candystripes went top and the champions’ unbeaten home record came to an end.
Shelbourne up and running after cracking late winner against 10-man Bohs
Substitute Kian Leavy was Shels’ hero at Tolka Park.
# Rebel Army
Cork City get off the mark with comfortable victory over UCD at Turner's Cross
A polished performance lifts the Leesiders off the foot of the table and gives them vital momentum for Monday’s trip to Shamrock Rovers.
# emphatic
Five-star Dundalk tear St Pat's apart for first win of the season
Patrick Hoban, Louie Annesley, Rayhaan Tulloch, Daniel Kelly and Connor Malley scored the goals for the rampant Lilywhites.
# Thriller
RG Snyman returns as Munster hold off astonishing Scarlets comeback
Graham Rowntree’s men held on for a fifth URC win in-a-row after a remarkable game.
# Public Health
Drug decriminalisation policy 'could help with criminal and social issues', Irish report finds
Decriminalisation is the removal of criminal penalties for possession of drugs for personal use.
Last month
February 2023
# Croker Clash
Dublin come from six down to edge past Clare and keep 100% record in Division 2
Cormac Costello scored the 74th-minute winner at Croke Park.
# Report
Ulster's strength comes to fore as forwards dominate Sharks
Dan MacFarland’s side secured a well-earned 31-24 victory in Durban.
# Three from Three
Ireland's Grand Slam bid rolls on with bonus-point win over exciting Italy
The first half in Rome was wild and Ireland had to hold their nerve in the second.
# Kingdom Will Come
Kerry FC's first-ever League of Ireland match ends in defeat
Cobh Ramblers prevailed on a windswept Mounthawk Park.
# point apiece
Dundalk held for the third year running as UCD battle back to earn point
Stephen O’Donnell’s side were initially looking good in terms of breaking their opening-day hoodoo.
# Stalemate
Shelbourne left frustrated by Drogheda in Tolka Park season opener
Damien Duff’s Reds had to settle for a point from a game they dominated.
# Report
Bohemians survive late scare to upstage Cork City at sold-out Turners Cross
Goals by Grant Horton and Jordan Flores had the visitors in cruise control, but Ruairi Keating forced a chaotic finish on Leeside.
Ulster's recent revival comes to shuddering halt as Glasgow snatch victory
They did stop the Scots claiming a bonus point, however, and collected one themselves after John Cooney’s late penalty.
# Report
Manchester United and Barcelona share the spoils in thrilling Europa League draw
The first leg finished 2-2 at Camp Nou.
# Report
FAI investigation finds no 'malicious activity, nor a structural stand issue' in Limerick
The association confirmed that “accidental excessive force contributed to the damage of the seats” in play-off at Markets Field last season.
# Hot on the Heels
Manchester City fight back on the field to close on Arsenal atop Premier League
Pep Guardiola’s champions were 3-1 winners over Aston Villa this evening.
# Premier League
Rashford strikes again as Manchester United's late show sinks Leeds
Alejandro Garnacho was also on target at Elland Road.