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with Clem Ryan

Sunday am Sport Update

France v Poland; England v Senegal World Cup today; URC wins for Leinster and Connacht, Ireland Hockey in Nations Final

England will bid for a place in the quarter finals of the World Cup later today.

They face Senegal at 7pm in Qatar.

England captain Harry Kane has yet to score a goal in the tournament,

The match is preceded by the last 16 meeting of defending champions France and Poland from 3pm.

Last night, Argentina defeated Australia by 2 goals to 1.

Lionel Messi scored on the day of his 1000th career appearance.

Argentina will play the Netherlands in the last eight on Friday night.

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There are four provincial club finals this afternoon.

Both the hurlers and footballers of Dublin's Kilmacud Crokes contest Leinster finals in Croke Park.

The hurlers take on Ballyhale Shamrocks of Kilkenny from 2.30.

The Downs of Westmeath provide the opposition for the footballers at 4.30.

Galway's Moycullen and Sligo's Tourlestrane meet in the Connacht football decider at Pearse Stadium from 12.45.

At 1.30, Derry's Slaughtneil vs Antrim's Dunloy in the Ulster hurling final.

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Garry Ringrose scored two second half tries as 14 man Leinster came from behind to beat Ulster 38-29 in the United Rugby Championship at the RDS last night.

Leinster played an hour without Cian Healy, who was sent off, but they still ran in five tries.

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Ireland meet the hosts South Africa in the Nations Cup final from 1.15 today.

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Tyson Fury defended his WBC heavyweight world title with a 10th round stoppage win over Derek Chisora.

Fury is on course for a unification fight with reigning IBF, IBO, WBO, WBA holder Oleksandr Usyk, who was ringside at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The 34-year-old should now get an opportuning to become the first undisputed world heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis

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There are 3 Grade 1 races at Fairyhouse this afternoon, where the going is yielding.

Unbeaten mare 'Honeysuckle', trained by Henry de Bromhead, will bid to win the Hatton's Grace Hurdle for the fourth time under jockey Rachael Blackmore.

That race goes to post at 2.30.

'Champ Kiely' is the favourite for the Royal Bond Novice Hurdle at 1.25.

The Drinmore Novice Chase goes to post at 1.55.

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