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Offaly GAA say they are 'devastated' after the sudden death of their senior football manager Liam Kearns.


Offaly GAA say they are 'devastated' after the sudden death of their senior football manager Liam Kearns.

The Kerry native passed away last night.

Kearns took over Offaly last year, having previously managed Limerick, Laois and Tipperary.

As a player, Kearns won an All-Ireland minor medal with Kerry in 1980.


Kildare hurlers stretched their unbeaten run in all competitions to 15 on Saturday.

They beat Kerry in Division 2A by 2- 20 to 0-21 in St. Conleth’s Park to chalk up 4 league wins out of 4.

The win guarantees David Herity’s squad at least a Division 2A home semi final.

Next Sunday, they go to Tullamore to play Offaly; the winners of that game go into the Division final.

Offaly beat Carlow yesterday and are, also, unbeaten, but Kildare have a better score difference.


Cork's good form in Division 1A of the Allianz Hurling League continued yesterday.

Pat Ryan's side scored a late goal to secure a 2-14 to 18 points win over Wexford - their fourth victory on the bounce.

Elsewhere, Aaron Gillane scored a point on his Limerick return in a 1-27 to 1-15 win over Westmeath.

Galway beat Clare by 1-24 to 22 points in Ennis.

In Division 1B, Billy Drennan starred for Kilkenny in their 2-25 to 1-17 victory over Dublin.

And Antrim secured their league status thanks to a 3-18 to 1-18 win over Laois in Belfast.


Ireland remain on course for a Six Nations Grand Slam, following a 22 points to seven win over Scotland yesterday.

The win at Murrayfield came at a cost, however, with fitness doubts now hanging over several players.

Caelan Doris, Dan Sheehan and Garry Ringrose were among the players replaced due to injury.


Arsenal restored their five-point advantage at the top of the Premier League yesterday.

Mikel Arteta's side had a 3-nil win over Fulham at Craven Cottage.

Elsewhere, Manchester United were held to a goalless draw by Southampton, while Newcastle beat Wolves 2-1.

West Ham and Aston Villa played out a 1-all draw.


Sam Kerr's goal was the difference as Chelsea beat Manchester United in yesterday's top-of-the-table clash in the Women's Super League.

It finished 1-nil at Kingsmeadow, with Emma Hayes' side now two points clear at the top.


Scottie Scheffler is the world number one once again following his triumph at The Players Championship.

A final round of three-under-par 69 helped the Masters champion to a five-shot victory on 17-under-par.

England's Tyrrell Hatton finished in second at TPC Sawgrass.

Shane Lowry posted a final round of 70 to end the week on four-under and in a tie for 35th.


There's racing action at Thurles this afternoon with the first of a 7 race card away at 1:20.

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