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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Pro14: Dragons 29-13 Southern Kings

The visitors managed to hold Ashton Hewitt on this occasion but conceded four tries in all on Saturday Pro14: Dragons v Southern Kings Dragons (22) 29 Tries: Amos 2, Dee 2 Cons: Henson 3 Pen: Henson Southern Kings (6) 13 Tries: Ntsila Cons: de Wet

Grayson defends McGeady over passionate celebration

Sunderland manager Simon Grayson felt Aiden McGeady was justified in celebrating his equaliser in the 2-2 draw at Preston in front of the home fans. The Republic of Ireland winger, who joined the Black Cats in July, spent last season on loan at Preston from

Michael Duignan ‘excited’ by the new hurling format

RTÉ hurling pundit Michael Duignan says he is “excited” by the new hurling championship format which was voted in at GAA Congress on Saturday afternoon.   The new format – which has been introduced for a trial period of three years – transforms the Munster and Leinster

Match winner De Bruyne philosophical on Chelsea past

Kevin De Bruyne says his time with Chelsea made him stronger after returning to haunt his former club by hitting a spectacular winner in Manchester City’s 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge. The Belgian’s left-footed strike from the edge of the area proved decisive as Pep

Fellaini keeps Man United juggernaut moving smoothly

Marouane Fellaini’s first Manchester United brace helped Jose Mourinho’s men to another comprehensive victory, leaving Crystal Palace reeling from a seventh straight Premier League defeat without so much as a goal. Saturday’s Old Trafford encounter was a complete mismatch between two teams on opposing trajectories.

De Bruyne returns to haunts Chelsea and send City top

Manchester City demonstrated their Premier League title credentials with a dominant 1-0 victory at champions Chelsea. Kevin De Bruyne scored the only goal as Pep Guardiola’s men suffocated Chelsea with their intensity to move six points clear of the holders after seven games. Chelsea lost