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Ireland suffered heartbreak at the Rugby World Cup last night.


Ireland suffered heartbreak at the Rugby World Cup last night.

Andy Farrell's team lost by 28 points to 24 to New Zealand in the quarter-finals.

The result brings an end to Ireland's 17-match winning run, and also means the wait to progress to the semi-finals for the first time continues.

Last night also brought an end to the career of Irish captain Johnny Sexton.


The other two quarter-finals take place today.

Having topped their pool, England will look to book their spot in the last four when they play Fiji.

That game kicks off at 4pm in Marseille.

Then at 8pm, two of the tournament favourites meet in Paris.

Defending champions South Africa take on tournament hosts France.


The AIL continued yesterday:
In Division 1B, Queens University Belfast beat Naas by 50-33.
In Division 2A, MU Barhall lost to Nenagh by 17-16.


Gaelic Games

Three Hurling finals took place at Manguard Park yesterday:
St Laurence's are Minor C Champions after beating Broadford by 3-8 to 0-13.
Éire Óg Corra Choill claimed the Minor B Title with a  3-8 to 1-9 win over Cú Chuliann's.
Leixlip were crowned Senior B Champions following their 1-16 to 2-8 win over Naas.
Leixlip Manager Pierce Treacy said they had to raise their level to overcome Naas:
The action continues at Manguard Park today with two Hurling Finals down for decision:
Maynooth and Naas contest the Minor A Final at 1pm.
At 3:30pm, it's the Senior Final between Naas and Coill Dubh.
We'll have full live commentary with Ger McNally and Seamus Dillon in association with Kelby Developments, Clane.
Ladies Football
Two Junior Ladies Football titles were up for grabs yesterday.
Sarsfields(2) are Junior C champions following their 4-10 to 3-5 win over Naas(2).
Carbury clinched the Junior A title by a single point against Milltown with a full time score of 0-9 to 0-8.



Wales continue their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign later.

Rob Page's side face Croatia in Group D.

Wales are fourth in the group ahead of the game - but a win tonight would see them draw level with Croatia in second.

Kick off in Cardiff is at 7.45pm.


Stephanie Meadow resumes from five-under-par on the final day of the Buick LPGA in Shanghai.

The Antrim woman is seven shots off the joint leaders Angel Yin and Maja Stark.


There's an all-English pairing for the final of snooker's Wuhan Open.

2019 World Champion Judd Trump faces two-time World finalist Ali Carter.

The decider is the best of 19 frames.


There's an eight-race card at Naas this afternoon, with the first off at 1:05pm.

At Cork, there's a 1:25pm start for an eight-race programme.

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