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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Laois close to QF, Kerry beat Westmeath

All four teams will go into the final weekend of games in the Leinster round robin series with aspirations of reaching the knockout stages of the Leinster senior hurling championship, with wins for Kerry and Laois today. Kerry held on in the face of late

Clement accuses Rashford of deceiving referee

Swansea boss Paul Clement accused Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford of having “deceived” referee Neil Swarbrick to win a penalty in the 1-1 draw between the sides at Old Trafford. Swarbrick awarded the spot-kick, which was converted by Wayne Rooney to put United ahead, after Rashford

Pochettino focused on the title after derby success

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino remains focused solely on the race for the Premier League title, after victory over Arsenal in the last north London derby at White Hart Lane. Spurs needed to beat their fierce local rivals to keep the gap at four points following

Ian Desmond reinstated from DL, to start in LF for Colorado Rockies

PHOENIX — The Colorado Rockies have reinstated Ian Desmond from the 10-day disabled list and put him in left field for his season debut Sunday against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Rockies signed Desmond to a five-year, $70 million contract in the offseason with the intention

Saints superfan Jarrius Robertson, 15, gets vital liver transplant

New Orleans Saints superfan Jarrius Robertson underwent surgery Sunday to receive a long-awaited liver transplant, his father, Jordy, tweeted. Jordy Robertson said the surgery, which he earlier estimated would take eight to 10 hours, went “great,” but the next few days following the surgery were

Rochford the hero as Wexford escape with a draw

Tipperary 0-12 Wexford 2-06 Captain Fiona Rochford’s last-gasp free salvaged a draw for Wexford in a gripping Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 3 final against Tipperary. There was high drama at the very end as referee John Niland stepped in when Tipp’s Jennifer Grant

Lewis Hamilton mystified by lack of pace at Russian Grand Prix

Listen to BBC Radio 5 live’s F1 Chequered Flag Russian GP review podcast Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton said he was mystified by his lack of pace in the Russian Grand Prix. Hamilton struggled to fourth behind the Ferraris of title leader Sebastian Vettel and Kimi