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Daily Archives: May 6, 2018

Warriors coast to Game 4 win, 3-1 series lead over Pelicans

NEW ORLEANS — The Golden State Warriors played the kind of basketball that has defined their championship reign: total domination. Golden State cruised to a 118-92 rout of the New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday afternoon in Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals to take

Bernhard Langer wins Insperity Invitational

THE WOODLANDS, Texas — It took Bernhard Langer nine starts to pick up his first PGA Tour Champions victory of the year, and it was tougher than he imagined. He started with a one-shot lead, and before he could reach the turn, Langer fell as

Leitrim escape from New York with late late show

By Frank Brady in New York Leitrim survived a massive scare to escape from New York with a one-point win after extra-time in the Connacht SFC quarter-final.  The Division 4 side hit four points in the final five minutes of extra-time, including two in a minute

‘I feel our game is becoming too predictable’

Seán Cavanagh suspects that Gaelic football is “becoming too predictable” and fears that the weaker counties will not benefit from the Super 8s round-robin system, which will be introduced this year. The prospect of the Super 8s triggered a controversial reaction after it was voted

Leinster a ‘joke’ – Ó Sé slams Dublin challengers

Such is the pitiful resistance to Dublin within Leinster that Tomás Ó Sé has labelled the provincial championship a “joke”. These days the Dubs are practically unstoppable in the race for the Delaney Cup and have won every title, bar one, since 2005. Tradition and population would

Near miss for Tour de Yorkshire volunteer

A support vehicle crashed through a traffic island and narrowly missed a volunteer during the final stage of the Tour de Yorkshire cycle race. It happened on the fourth day of the event as cyclists headed towards the finish line in Leeds, West Yorkshire. Volunteer

Clinical Sligo cruise to comfortable win in Ruislip

       Sligo flew out of the traps in Ruislip to book a Connacht semi-final date with Galway or Mayo on 3 June. The Yeats County suffered a shock defeat on their last visit to London in 2013 but there was never any danger

Sligo boss Corey delighted with excellent team display

Sligo manager Cathal Corey was delighted with his team’s performance in their ten-point demolition of London in the Connacht championship opener in Ruislip this afternoon.  Sligo ran up a commanding lead early on and, helped by Adrian Marren coolly converted penalty, led by ten points on