# success

Last week
12th March 2023 - 18th March 2023
# 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.
This month
March 2023
# Frustration
'One of our worst days', says Wolff, Hamilton bemoans Mercedes lack of speed
It was a race dominated by the triumphant Red Bull team, who were first and second with double champion Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez
This year
# cold
Bengals beat Bills in the snow to set up AFC Championship re-match
Joe Burrow completed 23 of 36 passes, throwing for 242 yards and two touchdowns.
# success
Tahmuras takes top honours in Tolworth for Nicholls and Cobden
Supreme bid looks to be on the table in March.
Last year
# success
Rathmore overcome Na Piarsaigh to continue Kerry's dominance in Munster
The win makes it eight titles in a row for Kingdom clubs and 15 in 16 years.
# success
Wicklow Rugby Club lift first national trophy after famous AIL Conference final win
Naoise O’Reilly’s nimbly-taken try on the hour-mark guided Wicklow to glory against Galwegians yesterday.
# Irish Eye
Leona Maguire retains career-high world ranking at year's end
The Cavan golfer is 11th after her ‘best season so far’.
# dream
Belfast's McClean wins all-Irish final at US Mid-Amateur and lands big prize
The 29-year-old held off Dubliner Hugh Foley to triumph in Wisconsin.
# success
Leon Edwards stuns Kamaru Usman to win UFC welterweight title
The 30-year-old challenger had been on course for defeat at Vivint Arena before unleashing a left-high kick in the final round.
# success
Irish show jumping team qualify for 2024 Olympics
Michael Blake’s crew finished fourth at the World Championships in Herning last night.
# Take a Bow
Ireland seal silver and bronze medals at the Para-Cycling Road World Championships
It was a day to remember for Katie George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal.
# success
Almost €200 million worth of new talent on display as Chelsea edge Everton
A Jorginho penalty on the brink of half-time sealed the Blues’ win.
# success
Russian-born Elena Rybakina triumphs in Wimbledon final
The victory denied Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur a chance to make African tennis history.
# success
Vadeni grabs Eclipse victory for Rouget and Soumillon
French raider secures Sandown Group One crown.
# success
Dublin secure 9th consecutive Leinster title with win over Meath
Hannah Tyrrell scored a second-half penalty at Croke Park against the reigning All-Ireland champions.
# success
Giulio Ciccone wins stage 15 of Giro d'Italia
On a quiet day for the general classification, overall leader Richard Carapaz stayed in the main peloton.
# success
Charles Oliveira seals first-round win over Justin Gaethje
The Brazilian overcame his American rival, causing him to submit with a rear-naked choke.
# success
Tipperary youngsters ovecome Limerick to reach Munster Championship semi-final
A Fionn Fitzgerald goal helped his side earn a convincing victory.
# success
Grizzlies prevail after Wolves collapse again in NBA playoffs
Desmond Bane scored 23 points to inspire a stunning win.
# success
Limerick fire 0-27 in hard-fought win over Waterford to reach Munster decider
Diarmuid Mullins saw his team reach another final.
# success
Delight for Gordon Elliot as Glan shines again with Fairyhouse victory
The mare prevailed in a tight three-way finish.
# success
Late double sees Northern Ireland prevail
Ian Baraclough’s side won away to Luxembourg.
# Winner winner
Henry De Bromhead hails ‘unreal’ repeat of Cheltenham double
Trainer and jockey Rachael Blackmore claimed Champion Hurdle and Gold Cup success.
# success
Galway end league campaign with deserved victory over Clare
It was a good workout for both sides as they now turn their attention to the championship.
All time
# Bittersweet
Mona McSharry sets new record, misses out on medal by 0.04 seconds
The Sligo native finished fourth with a time of 29.59 at the World Swimming Championships.
# success
Ulster make strong start to Champions Cup challenge with Clermont victory
Stuart McCloskey and Nick Timoney scored tries for the visitors.
# success
Talor Gooch marches to first PGA Tour title as Seamus Power earns top-4 finish
The Waterford native was four-under for the day through 15 holes but a double bogey at the 16th saw him finish on 68.
# success
Midnight Shadow strikes Paddy Power gold
Famous Cheltenham success for Sue Smith and Ryan Mania.
# success
'For this group of players it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity'
Ballyhale Shamrocks completed the Kilkenny SHC four-in-a-row and are now chasing their third straight Leinster and All-Ireland titles.
# success
'A huge moment' - Ireland secure World Cup spot after beating Wales
Anna O’Flanagan was the hero on the day.
# success
Belfast's Mark Allen beats John Higgins to win his first Northern Ireland Open title
He came from behind to take the final three frames and triumph 9-8.
# success
Lyons up and running with quickfire Leopardstown double
Atomic Jones and Panama Red look to have exciting futures.
# success
Medvedev advances to US Open final as Djokovic eyes Slam
The 2019 US Open runner-up reached his third Grand Slam final by eliminating 12th seed Auger-Aliassime.
# success
Stunning King goal helps Pat's prevail and keep pressure on Rovers
2,500 fans packed into Richmond Park this evening for the victory over Longford.
# success
Tottenham maintain 100% start as Harry Kane returns
The England captain, unhappy at his club’s 13-year trophy drought, hopes to force a transfer.
# success
Champion Roglic wins Vuelta a Espana 1st stage
The Slovenian was the last man of 184 riders down the start ramp.
# success
'Flashes of gold-medal golf' and 'one of the greatest experiences of my life' - Irish duo
Leona Maguire and Stepehanie Meadow thoroughly enjoyed Tokyo 2020 – and will build on their brilliant efforts going forward.
# success
Cork begin campaign with hard-fought victory over Meath
Ciara O’Sullivan and Aine O’Sullivan produced standout displays.
# Reaction
The 20-year-old selected in Eriksen's absence hails 'insane' success
Mikkel Damsgaard heaped praise on his Denmark teammates
# Journey
Qualifying for the Olympics was six years in the making for the Ireland 7s
Harry McNulty was part of the first squad after the men’s programme sprung back into life in 2015.