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Daily Archives: April 29, 2017

Dublin win the last ever All-Ireland Under-21 title

Dublin 2-13 Galway 2-07 By Ronan O’Neill at O’Connor Park Aaron Byrne scored the decisive goal as Dublin became the last ever All-Ireland Under-21 football champions with a thrilling 2-13 to 2-07 victory over Galway at O’Connor Park in Tullamore. Dessie Farrell’s side were 0-05

Tour de Romandie: Simon Yates leads going into Sunday’s final stage

The Tour de Romandie is an early indicator of form before the Tour de France in July Britain’s Simon Yates leads the Tour de Romandie heading into Sunday’s individual time trial after winning Saturday’s penultimate stage. The 24-year-old Orica rider attacked with 15 kilometres left

Burnley pull away from drop zone with rare away win

Burnley broke their away-day duck and eased their relegation fears as goals from Ashley Barnes and Andre Gray secured a 2-0 win at Crystal Palace. Barnes struck after just eight minutes and Tom Heaton kept Palace at bay before substitute Gray hit a late second

Tour de Yorkshire 2017: Lizzie Deignan wins women’s race

The route of the women’s race was the same Tadcaster to Harrogate route as stage two of the men’s race, and went up the 15% climb of the Cote de Lofthouse in Nidderdale, North Yorkshire Lizzie Deignan broke away from the field to win the

Dominic Thiem stuns Andy Murray in Barcelona Open semifinals

BARCELONA, Spain — Dominic Thiem upset top-ranked Andy Murray 6-2, 3-6, 6-4 to advance to the final against defending champion Rafael Nadal at the Barcelona Open on Saturday. Nadal beat Horacio Zeballos of Argentina 6-3, 6-4 after the fourth-seeded Thiem dispatched with Murray in windy

Pro12 Highlights: Ospreys 24-10 Ulster

Highlights of the Ospreys’ 24-12 win over Ulster in the Pro12 match at the Liberty Stadium as the Welsh side take a massive stride towards securing a place in the semi-final play-offs. Tries by Tom Habberfield and Tyler Ardron, converted by Dan Biggar, gave the