Saturday, May 06, 2023

Kenneth Fox


Munster have beaten Glasgow 14-5 in the URC quarter-final clash in Scotstoun.

Glasgow played most of the game with 14 men after Tom Jordan was given a red card.

Malakai Fekitoa scored the only try for Munster as they hung on to reach the semi-final.

Earlier Leinster saw off Sharks 35-5 at the Aviva Stadium to join Connacht in the last four.



The Munster Hurling Championship clash at Páirc Uí Chaoimh finished in a draw.

At full time it was Cork 4-19, Tipperary 2-25.

Dublin beat Wexford 1-22 to 0-23 in the Leinster Championship clash at Croke Park.

The victory leaves Micheál Donoghue’s charges in pole postilion to advance to the knock-out stages of the All Ireland series.

The manager said they had to dig deep for the win.

In Mullingar, Galway had a decisive 6-33 to 0-17 points win over Westmeath.


Sam Allardyce’s reign as Leeds United boss began with a 2-1 defeat away at Premier League title-chasing Manchester City.

The former England manager could find his side in the relegation zone on Monday if other results go against them.

The win saw City go four clear at the top.

‘God Save The King’ was played before kick-off in all today’s matches – but it was drowned out by boos ahead of Liverpool’s 1-nil victory over Brentford at Anfield.

Tottenham beat Crystal Palace 1-0, Aston Villa lost by the same score to Wolves, who all-but guaranteed their survival.

Chelsea ended a six game losing run under caretaker boss Frank Lampard with a 3-1 triumph at Bournemouth.

Here at home, there’s one game on in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division.

Sligo Rovers are drawing 0-0 with Dundalk at the Showgrounds.



Seamus Power has moved to 7 under par after shooting a 67 on his 3rd round at the Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina.

Rory McIlroy is 1 under after a 71.

The American Wyndham Clark leads the way on 13 under par.



World champion Max Verstappen was quickest in the final practice for Formula One’s Miami Grand Prix.

He’ll head into this evening qualifying favourite to secure pole position after finishing four tenths of a second faster than Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc.

Verstappen’s team-mate Sergio Perez rounded off the top three.

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