# Round-Up

Last week
19th March 2023 - 25th March 2023
# Round-Up
Dublin U20s hold off Wicklow challenge, while stunning Collins goal inspires Clare minor hurlers
Elsewhere in the U20 LFC, Westmeath beat champions Kildare, while Offaly clawed back a six-point deficit to seal a dramatic, last-gasp draw.
Last month
March 2023
# Mixed Fortunes
Shels beat Bohs in Dublin derby, Rovers hit Treaty for six
A round-up of week two in the League of Ireland Women’s Premier Division.
# Irish Eye
Noonan, Agg and Grant on target as World Cup competition continues to heat up
There were plenty of performances of note over the weekend.
This year
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Monaghan end Rossies' run as Derry and Louth pick up away victories
Monaghan overcame Roscommon in Clones, while Derry and Louth defeated Kildare and Meath respectively in Division 2.
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Day to remember for Irish international in Italy as just 10 of Pauw's current squad start
Niamh Farrelly scored her first goal for Parma – and it was a sublime effort.
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Arsenal score nine, Man City score eight to march on in Women's FA Cup
A Sam Kerr hat-trick helped Chelsea edge WSL rivals Liverpool 3-2.
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San Francisco 49ers advance to Championship tie as Super Bowl battle heats up
The 49ers will take on the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship.
Terenure celebrate double victory as Cork Con overcome Dublin University
Here’s your round-up of men’s All-Ireland League results.
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Kilkenny begin Derek Lyng era with win as Kerry prevail after late rally
Meanwhile, Laois edged out Wexford in the Walsh Cup.
Knight shines but Madden goes from hero to zero as Irish stars face mixed fortunes
There was also disappointment for Ireland duo Andrew Omobamidele and Adam Idah as Norwich City lost 1-0 at home to Blackburn Rovers.
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Mahomes sets NFL record as Chiefs secure top seed and first-round bye
Meanwhile, the Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Tennessee Titans 20-16 to clinch the AFC South title.
Michael Obafemi's Swansea exile continues as Burnley go six points clear
Josh Cullen looks to be heading to the Premier League while West Brom’s Ireland duo are central to revival under new manager.
Last year
# Wrap
John Egan sees red but Sheffield United maintain automatic-promotion charge
Ciaran Clark finds the net for the Blades on an afternoon of mixed emotions for Irish stars at the top and bottom of the Championship.
Brighton stunned by League One Charlton as World Cup winner parties in Argentina
Three days after Alexis Mac Allister’s success in Qatar, his club team-mates were on the wrong end of a penalty shoot-out defeat.
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Northern Ireland's Josh Rock wins on Ally Pally debut as Lisa Ashton bows out
The 21-yer-old defeated Spanish opponent Jose Justicia in the first round of the PDC World Darts Championship.
Chiedozie Ogbene back in the scoring groove but Rotherham struggle
In the other early Championship game, Preston North End hammered rivals Blackburn Rovers 4-1.
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Hawks inflict first loss on Bucks, and Curry drops 47 points as he saves Warriors
The Bucks were looking to move to 10-0 but Hawks rookie A.J. Griffin had other ideas.
Choupo-Moting double sends Bayern top after 'wild' win at Hertha
Elsewhere Napoli recorded a significant win over Atalanta as they bid to win their first title since 1990.
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Hanrahan helps Dragons to win as 'sublime' Priestland shines for Cardiff
Edinburgh claimed their first away win in the URC since March.
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Declan Rice snatches draw for West Ham as Chelsea survive Aston Villa scare
Southampton were clinging on at the end after England midfielder Rice hauled the Hammers level.
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Ireland star Parsons scores five tries on AIL debut to remember
Elsewhere, Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe bagged a hat-trick of her own for Railway Union.
Lewandowski strike earns Barca narrow win at Mallorca
Elsewhere Mbappe comes off the bench to steer PSG to victory.
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Croatia and Netherlands book semi-final spots as France avoid relegation despite loss
The world champions lost again to Denmark, and won just one of their six group games.
James Stephens and Tullaroan advance to Kilkenny semis after hard-fought wins
There was also a significant victory for Sixmilebridge in the Clare SHC today.
# 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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Kiernan suffers injury in Liverpool win over Chelsea as Ziu grabs assist for West Ham winner
Kiernan was helped off the pitch after shipping a heavy tackle.
Haaland scores twice in Man City rout, lethal Mbappe helps PSG beat Juventus
Elsewhere, Shakhtar Donetsk pulled off a remarkable victory away to RB Leipzig.
Ireland duo on the bench as Udinese play out draw while Inter Milan continue winning run
Festy Ebosele and James Abankwah both joined Udinese earlier this year.
# easy
Shels earn emphatic 10-0 win to extend lead at top
Noelle Murray scored four goals, as Treaty United were well beaten.
Wins for Kilkenny, Galway, and Limerick send camogie championship group to the wire
It’s all to play for in Group 2 next weekend.
Dublin let five-point lead slip against Clare as Cork cement top spot
Cork are guaranteed a place in the All-Ireland semi-finals.
# Nations League
Ronaldo hits Portugal brace while Gavi becomes Spain's youngest scorer
The dropped points for Luis Enrique’s side combined with Portugal’s 4-0 win means they top Group B of League A in the Nations League.
# Round-Up
Regally-bred Statuette makes striking debut for Aidan O'Brien at Navan
Elsewhere Prosperous Voyage is a late withdrawal from the St Mark’s Basilica Coolmore Prix Saint-Alary at ParisLongchamp
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Alba strikes late as Barca secure top-four spot with Betis win
Elsewhere in Europe, Nantes won their first French Cup in 22 years while Porto claimed the Portuguese title.
Irish players Sammie Szmodics and Ronan Curtis net crucial goals for Posh and Pompey
Elsewhere in the Championship it was another frustrating day for Bournemouth.
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Clontarf seal home semi-final with win over Cork Con
In Division 1A of the Energia All-Ireland League, Trinity moved back into the playoff picture.
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Oulart-The-Ballagh and Sarsfields progress to set up repeat of 2020 All-Ireland decider
Sarsfields got the better of Slaughtneil after extra-time while Oulart-The-Ballagh defeated Scariff-Ogonnelloe in the other semi-final.
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Does He Know delivers decisive success in Reynoldstown heat
Meanwhile, Porticello had little trouble in landing short odds in the William Hill Super Odds Victor Ludorum Juvenile Hurdle at Haydock.
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Irish internationals to the fore as Blackrock and Railway book AIL final spots
The TG4-televised decider takes place on 26 February.