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GW21: St. Patrick's Athletic 1-0 Finn Harps

GW21: St. Patrick's Athletic 1-0 Finn Harps

GW21: St. Patrick's Athletic 1-0 Finn Harps

Behind The Scenes - Mid-season Training Camp

Behind The Scenes - Mid-season Training Camp

Behind The Scenes - Mid-season Training Camp

📽️ DFCTV | Brian Gartland Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Brian Gartland Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Brian Gartland Interview

John Mountney - Social Media Takeover

John Mountney - Social Media Takeover

John Mountney - Social Media Takeover

📽️ DFCTV | Robbie Benson Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Robbie Benson Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Robbie Benson Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Jordan Flores Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Jordan Flores Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Jordan Flores Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Daniel Cleary Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Daniel Cleary Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Daniel Cleary Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Patrick McEleney Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Patrick McEleney Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Patrick McEleney Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Dane Massey Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Dane Massey Interview

📽️ DFCTV | Dane Massey Interview

REACTION: Harry Kenny on drawing Norrköping in UEFA Europa League

REACTION: Harry Kenny on drawing Norrköping in UEFA Europa League

REACTION: Harry Kenny on drawing Norrköping in UEFA Europa League

Seán Gannon - SSE Airtricity/SWAI Player of the Month

Seán Gannon - SSE Airtricity/SWAI Player of the Month

Seán Gannon - SSE Airtricity/SWAI Player of the Month

Highlights: Saints 1 - Harps 0 (14/06/2019)

Highlights: Saints 1 - Harps 0 (14/06/2019)

Highlights: Saints 1 - Harps 0 (14/06/2019)

GAA

GAA

Dublin 2019 Leinster Senior Football Champions

Dublin 2019 Leinster Senior Football Champions

Dublin 2019 Leinster Senior Football Champions

Home / Dublin 2019 Leinster Senior Football Champions June 24th, 2019DUBLIN 1-17 MEATH 0-4By Michael Devlin at Croke Park The score-line would suggest a thrashing, but in truth, there wasnt much between Meath and Dublin for the vast majority of this Leinster SFC final.Meath will deplore their wide count, 12 to Dublins five. They were dogged in defence but listless in attack in an error-ridden first half, with both teams only creating eight scoring chances from play in a caustic opening 35 minutes.That poor shooting continued into the second half for the Royals, and Dublin eventually found the right gear to run up a sixteen-point winning lead and collect their ninth consecutive Leinster title.The Royals were matching Dublin step-for-step in midfield and defence early on but couldnt convert their combativeness to scores on the board. Dublin meanwhile were far from vintage, but they eventually cut through for the games first score in the 11th minute from Ciaran Kilkenny. Jack McCaffrey used his searing pace to race through and add a second shortly after.Cormac Costello and Paul Mannion caused torment to Kildare in the semi-final, and the duo both

All Ireland SFC Round Three Qualifiers fixture details

All Ireland SFC Round Three Qualifiers fixture details

The GAA can confirm the following fixture details.GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Round Three Qualifiers Saturday June 29Kildare v Tyrone, St Conleth's Park, 5pm LIVE ON SKY Westmeath v

Hesitant start proves costly for Cavan

Hesitant start proves costly for Cavan

By Cian O'Connell For Cavan it was a Sunday of bitter disappointment in St Tiernach's Park.A Jamie Brennan inspired Donegal dictated the agenda in Clones with Cavan manager Mickey Graham

Glorious times for Donegal

Glorious times for Donegal

By Cian O'Connell These are glorious times up north for Donegal, who retained the Anglo Celt Cup with a display marrying substance and style at St Tiernach's Park.Unsurprisingly manager Declan

Round Three All Ireland SFC Qualifiers draw

Round Three All Ireland SFC Qualifiers draw

The Round Three All Ireland SFC Qualifiers draw took place on Monday morning.Mayo v Armagh Kildare v Tyrone Westmeath v Clare Laois v Offaly The fixture details dates/times/venues will be

Snooker

Snooker

Reanne Evans wins 12th Women's World Snooker Championship title

Reanne Evans wins 12th Women's World Snooker Championship title

Reanne Evans wins 12th Women's World Snooker Championship title

Britain's Reanne Evans has extended her own record by winning the Women's World Snooker Championship for the 12th time.Evans defeated home hope Nutcharut Wongharuthai 6-3 in the final in Thailand to claim the title for the first time since 2016.The 33-year-old, from Dudley in the West Midlands, hit a top break of 92 on the way to victory.She won the women's title 10 years running from 2005 before China's Ng On-yee ended her reign.Evans was the first woman to reach the final stages of a ranking tournament - the Wuxi Classic in 2013 - and has been just two wins away from reaching the men's World Championship at the Crucible.

Shaun Murphy: Snooker star aims for Open Championship place at Royal Portrush

Shaun Murphy: Snooker star aims for Open Championship place at Royal Portrush

Shaun Murphy: Snooker star aims for Open Championship place at Royal Portrush

Former world snooker champion Shaun Murphy is to attempt to qualify for next month's Open Golf Championship at Royal Portrush.Murphy's scratch handicap means he can play in the regional qualifier

Andy Hicks: World Snooker Tour return for former Crucible semi-finalist, 45

Andy Hicks: World Snooker Tour return for former Crucible semi-finalist, 45

Andy Hicks: World Snooker Tour return for former Crucible semi-finalist, 45

Crackington Haven is a long way from the Crucible - a 310-mile drive to be precise - but it is the base for the renaissance of a former World Championship

Ronnie O'Sullivan: Five-time world champion 'wouldn't choose snooker' again

Ronnie O'Sullivan: Five-time world champion 'wouldn't choose snooker' again

Ronnie O'Sullivan: Five-time world champion 'wouldn't choose snooker' again

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Judd Trump: World champion wins Player of the Year double

Judd Trump: World champion wins Player of the Year double

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