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Daily Archives: September 16, 2017

Premiership: Newcastle Falcons 7-29 Saracens

Wales wing Liam Williams was one of five British and Irish Lions to make their first starts for Saracens this season Aviva Premiership Newcastle (7) 7 Try: Goneva Con: Takulua Saracens (13) 29 Try: Wyles, Penalty Con: Farrell Pens: Farrell 5 Saracens inflicted a first

Waterford promoted to the top flight as champions

Waterford FC have been crowned as Champions of the First Division and promoted to the SSE Airtricity Premier Division, without kicking a ball. Cobh Ramblers were the only side who could still mathematically catch Alan Reynolds team but to keep the title race alive, they would

Derry’s Eoghan Rua are Kilmacud Sevens Champions

Eoghan Rua of Coleraine were crowned Volkswagen All-Ireland Kilmacud Senior Football Sevens Champions for the first time, with a 4-9 to 2-10 win over Kilmacud Crokes in the final in Glenalbyn. Crokes led by 1-7 to 1-6 at half-time, thanks to a Craig Dias goal

England v West Indies: Carlos Brathwaite seals Twenty20 win over hosts

Captain Carlos Brathwaite dismisses Alex Hales, Jonny Bairstow and Liam Plunkett to seal West Indies’ 21-run victory over England in the Twenty20 at Chester-le-Street. READ MORE: Hosts crumble to lose Twenty20 WATCH MORE: Gayle run out ‘not even making an effort’ Available to UK users

Sligo snatch vital late victory against Finn Harps

A last gasp Rhys McCabe strike handed Sligo Rovers a precious three points in the race to avoid the drop as the Bit O’Red beat Finn Harps in Ballybofey. Vinny Faherty had initially given the Bit O’Red the lead before the home side deservedly levelled