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The Morning Score: Monday

Wexford’s camogie stars are waking up as three-in-a-row champions. Here’s everything else you need to know.

One Wexford fan at Croke Park yesterday.
One Wexford fan at Croke Park yesterday.
Image: INPHO/Morgan Treacy

Every morning TheScore.ie brings you the stories you need to know before that first cup of coffee.

1. #CAMOGIE Wexford completed an historic three-in-a-row at Croke yesterday, edging out Cork in a thriller at Croke Park.

The Leinster side ran out 3-13 to 3-6 winners after a thrilling afternoon at HQ. Here’s how it unfolded. Elsewhere is a busy day of club action throughout the country.

2. #PREMIER LEAGUE Andre Villas-Boas got his first win as Spurs manager yesterday; his side beat the Royals 3-1 yesterday afternoon. It was another busy weekend of soccer action cross-channel. Here’s some conclusions.

3. #LEAGUE OF IRELAND There’s one game tonight in the FAI Cup with Drogheda hosting St Pat’s at 7.45pm. In the Premier League, Everton take on Newcastle at Goodison Park.

4. #GAA The countdown is now well and truly on to Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC decider. Donegal and Mayo face off in Drumcondra with the Sam Maguire on the line. We’ve a busy week of news and features planned and will be at Croke Park as always his weekend.

5. #RUGBY There has been no decision made yet about the scheduling of Ulster’s next fixture in the wake of the sudden death of young centre Nevin Spence over the weekend. The Ravenhill side are pencilled in to face Zebre in Italy on Friday night. Spence died attempted to rescue his brother and father from a slurry pit on Saturday but all three tragically perished. Ulster chief David Humphreys paid an emotional tribute to the 22-year-old yesterday.

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