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January 2023
# record equalled
Rookie Thompson swoops for three eagles to lead Rahm at PGA American Express
Meanwhile, Leona Maguire has gotten her season off to a solid start at the Tournament of Champions in Orlando.
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Sabalenka barrels into Australian Open last 16 as seeds prevail
Andrey Rublev advanced, and thanked his beaten opponent Dan Evans for giving him a banana mid-match.
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Ospreys book last-16 spot with late try while Lyon grab crucial 31-7 win
Ospreys defeated Leicester Tigers and Lyon romped to victory over South Africa’s Bulls in the Champions Cup.
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Messi scores for PSG on first appearance since World Cup, Real Madrid reach Super Cup final
PSG’s win saw the Parisian side move six points clear at the top of the French table.
Cork Con and Dublin University share the spoils after thrilling 10-try clash
Here’s your All-Ireland League and Junior Cup round-up.
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Buffalo Bills take second seed after emotional win, Packers out as Eagles clinch NFC top berth
It was a busy Sunday as the playoff picture became clearer.
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Irish duo feature as Blackpool stun Premier League Forest, Omochere makes FA Cup history
CJ Hamilton helped his side pull off a significant FA Cup upset, while elsewhere there was a debut for Aaron Connolly.
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Dubs win on Donoghue debut; Louth, Westmeath and Offaly prevail in O'Byrne Cup
There was pre-season inter-county GAA action in both codes on Saturday in Leinster.
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Rodrigo strike earns Leeds draw, Forest beat Southampton to climb out of relegation zone
Meanwhile, Danny Ings rescued a point for Aston Villa against Wolves.
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Dzeko hands Napoli first defeat to crack open Serie A title race, Milik saves Juve at Cremonese
Second-placed AC Milan were the main beneficiaries of their local rivals’ win at the San Siro.
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Tom Brady sparks Bucs into NFL playoffs and New York Giants join them
The Giants reached this stage for the first time since the 2016 season after defeating Indianapolis.
Last year
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Ireland's Adam Idah ends difficult year on a high
It was just the Cork native’s 12th appearance in 2022 and sixth in all competitions this season.
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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.
# French connection
O'Gara's La Rochelle waste chance at second in Top 14
ROG continued to watch on from the stands.
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Ireland U21 international starts in Wolves win, mixed night for Bazunu
Joe Hodge made another appearance for the Premier League side.
# sunday night football
Chiefs reach NFL playoffs with win, Cowboys advance despite defeat
And Joe Burrow steered the Cincinnati Bengals past Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Miedema injured as McCabe's Arsenal progress to Champions League quarter-finals
The Dutch star left the field on a stretcher at the end of the first half of the Gunners’ 1-0 defeat to Lyon.
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Saracens and Leicester narrowly prevail in Champions Cup
It was a good day for English sides in the competition.
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Irish duo on target in Championship as Idah returns
Will Keane and Callum Robinson were among the scorers in England’s second tier.
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Wicklow and Wexford clubs celebrate Leinster hurling glory
Bray Emmets were crowned intermediate champions, while Horeswood triumphed in the junior decider.
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In-form Young Munster hand heavy defeat to Shannon
Elsewhere, Clontarf’s mastery of the lineout maul was the difference in their late 29-22 win over Cork Constitution at Temple Hill.
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Liverpool's Irish captain marks 100th Reds appearance with important win
Niamh Fahey and her side were 2-0 winners over West Ham in the WSL today.
# wnl news
Shamrock Rovers announce capture of Athlone star as Galway name new manager
There’s been plenty of movement in the Women’s National League this weekend.
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Eagles beat Packers as Rodgers exits, Bengals topple Titans
The Eagles improved their NFL-best record to 10-1 while the Packers fell to 4-8.
# Ladies Football
Longford and Tipp clubs Croke Park-bound, Cork and Galway sides also reach All-Ireland final
A wrap of today’s All-Ireland intermediate and junior ladies club football championship semi-finals.
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De Bromhead and Blackmore perplexed after A Plus Tard's Haydock disappointment
Meanwhile, Constitution Hill did not run at Ascot.
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No Ronaldo, no problem for Portugal, Fati shines for Spain in World Cup warm-ups
Bruno Fernandes scored two first-half goals in Lisbon.
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Kilkerrin-Clonberne crowned Connacht champions, Drom & Inch lift Munster senior title
In Ulster, Donaghmoyne were crowned senior champions today.
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Championship: McClean scores from a corner in Wigan win, Sheffield United go top
Elsewhere, West Brom secured a much-needed win against Stoke.
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Hogan moves to top of Championship scoring charts, Irish defender on target in cup upset
It was a memorable night for Limerick’s Paudie O’Connor.
# finale
Bohs end turbulent season with win over Sligo, Drogheda compound Harps' misery
Declan Devine’s side left behind a poor year with a 3-1 win against Sligo.
# Star Man
David Clifford scores 0-9 as his club Fossa reach Kerry county final
It will also pit former teammates Marc Ó Sé and Eamonn Fitzmaurice against each other.
# Progress
Portarlington, The Downs advance to Leinster semi-finals
Newcastle West, meanwhile, secured the Limerick county title.
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Three-goal Loughrea storm into Galway SHC final as St Thomas' maintain drive for five
The decider will take place on 20 November.
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PSG pipped to top spot in Champions League group by rampant Benfica
Paris Saint-Germain beat Juventus 2-1, while Benfica thumped Maccabi Haifa 6-1.
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Robbie Brady shines as Preston secure third win in four games
It was a busy night for the Irish in the Championship.
# Irish Eye
Ireland captain Katie McCabe makes 100th WSL appearance for Arsenal
It was a weekend to remember for the Irish star.
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Wilson boosts World Cup hopes with Newcastle double while Costa sees red for headbutt
Elsewhere, Spurs edged out Bournemouth while Crystal Palace overcame Southampton
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St. Thomas' bid for Galway hurling five-in-a-row still alive
The reigning champions and Clarinbridge, last year’s finalists, are into the last four.
# Shootout Success
'One of the best so far' - Irish goalkeeper the hero as Durham stun Manchester United
Naoisha McAloon and Saoirse Noonan both played their part in the monumental win.