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UPMC SHC Win for Champions Naas; Celbridge & Confey Draw; Meath v Kerry Ladies Football Final, Englnad v Germany Euro Women's Final, Celtic Begin Title Defence & more........ Join Robbie Irwin on Sportsbeat Sunday, 2pm


Holders Naas continued the defence of their UPMC senior hurling title yesterday.

They beat Coill Dubh in Hawkfield by 3-25 To 2-10

Earlier, Celbridge and Confey drew 1-17 to 2-14

On Friday night,

Maynooth 1-14 Clane 1-12

Ardclough 2-19 Leixlip 1-17

In the Senior B championship:

Eire Og Chorra Choill 4-21 Kilcock 1-7

Moorefield 2-24  Celbridge 0-5


Meath are going for successive All Ireland Ladies Senior Football Final wins today.

The defending champions play Kerry at 4pm at Croke Park.

Antrim and Fermanagh contesting the Junior final at 11:45am.

Last year's beaten finalists Wexford play Laois in the Intermediate decider at 1:45pm.


England have a fully fit squad ahead of today’s Women's Euros final against Germany at a sold out Wembley Stadium

England are hoping to win the tournament for the first time; Germany going for their eight title

Kick off is at 5pm.

Celtic begin their title defence in the Scottish Premiership this afternoon against Aberdeen in the opening round of the league.

Kick off at Parkhead is at 4:30.

There's one game in the English Championship today.

Promoted Sunderland are at home game against Coventry at 12pm.


England's George Russell will start a Grand Prix from pole position for the first time in his career this afternoon.

The Mercedes driver is on the front row for the Hungarian Grand Prix at 2pm,  ahead of Ferrari's Carlos Sainz

Reigning world champion and current leader in the Drivers Championship Max Verstappen starts from 10th place.

Niall Kearney is best of the Irish at the Hero Open on the DP World Tour.

The Dubliner is 10 under par and is in a tie for 24th ahead of the final round this morning.

He tees off just before 9am while David Carey goes out at 25 past 10 on 2 under par.

American Sean Crocker leads by 2 on 18 under par.

Stephanie Meadow is well off the pace heading into the final round of the Scottish Women's Open today.

The Antrim woman is on 3 under par and gets her Sunday off from 5 past 9 this morning.

Lydia Ko and Celine Boutier share a two shot advantage on 15-under-par.


It's the final day of this year's Galway Racing Festival.

Battleoverdoyen is looking for a second win in the Eileen Kelly Memorial Chase after taking last year's race.

Racing begins at 2pm


Reminder to join Robbie Irwin on Sportsbeat Sunday from 2pm for updates on all today's sports action.


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