Sunday, August 07, 2022

Updated at 18:01


Denise Gaule’s injury time free has won the All Ireland Senior Camogie final for Kilkenny.

The Cats had to survive a major fightback from Cork but eventually took the game by 1-13 to 1-12.

It is their second All Ireland in three years while Cork have lost their second final in row.

Elsewhere, Galway pipped Cork to the Intermediate title with a 13 point to 11 win at Headquarters.

The Tribeswomen went down to 14 players in the second half but held on for the victory.

Earlier Antrim were crowned the Premier Junior champions after a 5-5 to 13 point win over Armagh.


Erik ten Hag’s reign as Manchester United boss hasn’t gotten off to the best of starts.

His side lost 2-1 to Brighton in their opening Premier League game of the season at Old Trafford.

Pascal Gross scored twice for the visitors at Old Trafford while Alexis MacAllister’s own goal gave United some hope in the second half.

Elsewhere, Brentford came from 2-0 to draw 2-2 with Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.

Ivan Toney and Josh DaSilva rescued a point for the Bees.

Erling Haaland has gotten his Manchester City career underway in style this evening.

The Norweigan striker won and then converted a penalty to give the defending champions a 1-0 lead over West Ham.

They are into the second half at the London Stadium.


Here at home, there is one game in the SSE Airticity Premier Division with Bohemians away to Sligo Rovers.

That game is into the second half and it’s scoreless so far.


Hibs scored a last minute equaliser to draw 1-1 with Edinburgh rivals Hearts in the Scottish Premiership.

Cristiano Montano’s goal earned Livingston a 1-0 win at Dundee United.


Leona Maguire has shot a final round 66 to finish the Women’s Open with a flourish.

The Cavan woman ends the week on seven under par and currently sits in a tie for 4th place.

South African Ashleigh Buhai now has just a one shot lead on 13-under-par in Muirfield.


On the PGA Tour Shane Lowry is getting his final round at the Wyndham Championship underway this evening.

The Offaly man is tied for last place and has just teed off.

Sungjae Im of Japan has a one-shot lead over the chasing pack on 14-under.


Paul Dunne finished best of the Irish after the final round of the Cazoo Open in Wales.

The Greystones golfer shot a two over round of 73 today, leaving him 1-over all round and in a tie for 20th place.

Niall Kearney ended back on 10-over-par with England’s Calum Shinkwin taking the win on 12 under par.


And racing has just finished up in Downpatrick today as Willie Mullins and his son Patrick have taken the final race with 10 to 3 chance Moon Rise Beauty.

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