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Meath join Westmeath at top of 2A

Westmeath joined neighbours Meath at the top of Division 2A with a six-point victory over Kildare at TEG Cusack Park. Niall Mitchell scored their only goal, while four points from Niall O’Brien and three more from Ciarán Doyle ensured they made it two wins from

Second win for Galway means two defeats for Donegal

Galway made it two wins out of two in Allianz Football League Division 1 with a one-point win over Donegal at O’Donnell Park. The Tribesmen have a 100 per cent record following their return to the top flight, while Donegal are also two-for-two – except

Carlow the more composed as they prevail in Limerick

Carlow made it two wins out of two when repeating last year’s win over Limerick in Sunday’s Allianz Division 4 clash in the Gaelic Grounds.  A soft goal early in the first half put them into a lead they never subsequently lost to set themselves up

Geezer’s Orchard in full bloom at the top of Division 3

Westmeath 1-11 Armagh 2-17 Kieran McGeeney’s Armagh side were dominant winners over Westmeath, recording a nine-point win over Colin Kelly’s outfit, in what was an entertaining game of football in TEG Cusack Park. The Orchard County are now on top of Allianz Football League Division 3

Women’s Six Nations: Italy 7-42 England

Abigail Dow was among the try scorers for England in Reggio Emilia Women’s Six Nations: Italy v England Italy (7) 7 Try: Ruzza Con: Sillari England (7) 42 Tries: Bern, Hunter 3, Cleall, Dow, Kildunne Cons: Daley-Mclean 2 Pen: Daley-Mclean England came to life in

Donal Burke holds nerve in injury-time as Dubs prevail

By Dave Mohan at Corrigan Park A Donal Burke free with the last puck of the ball snatched a last-gasp win for Dublin over Antrim in 1B of the Allianz Hurling League at Corrigan Park, Belfast. The hosts had battled back from seven down in

Wexford edge past Cork in exciting affair

Wexford delivered a dominant second-half display as they outstripped Cork to maintain their perfect return to Division 1A of the Allianz Hurling League at a packed out Innovate Wexford Park. Cork boss John Meyler would have been encouraged by his side’s first-half exploits as they edged

Cork and Dublin maintain winning form

Reigning Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 champions Cork’s bid for six-in-a-row rolls on as they eased to a convincing round two victory over Monaghan in Mallow on Sunday. Eimear Scally was one of four Rebel forwards to rattle the net, her cheeky chip