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Portugal v Ghana half time scoreless; Leinster GAA Proposes Club Bans......

It's scoreless at half time between Portugal and Ghana in their Group H World Cup game.

Christiano Ronaldo started for Portugal and scored but the goal was ruled out for a fowl in the build up.

Also, in this group Uruguay and South Korea played out a 0-0 draw this afternoon.

That marked the fourth stalemate of the tournament so far.

Switzerland beat Cameroon by 1 goal to nil in Group G.

Breel Embolo scored the only goal of the game in the 48th minute.

Five-time champions Brazil play Serbia in that group at 7-o'clock.

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Shamrock Rovers will begin life in the Women's National League next year with last season's top scorer Aine O'Gorman.

The 33-year-old, who has 114 international caps, has joined the Hoops from Peamount United.

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Former GAA President Sean McCague has died at the age of 77.

The Monaghan native served from 2000 until 2003 and under his presidency, Rule 21 - which banned British and Northern Irish security forces from the Association, was abolished.

The Scotstown clubman also managed the Monaghan senior football team to Ulster success in 1979 and 1985.

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The Leinster Council has proposed bans of up to a year for players involved in a recent fight at an intermediate club hurling clash between Naomh Barróg of Dublin and Wexford's Oulart-The Ballagh.

The scenes took place in Parnell Park on the 12th November.

Naomh Barróg won the game after extra-time and penalties and are due to face Bray Emmets in a provincial IHC semi-final in Aughrim on Saturday.

It's also believed a penalty has been recommended for at least one supporter.

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Leona Maguire is in a tie for third after her opening round of the Open de Espana today.

An eagle and four birdies saw her shoot a five-under-par 68 today.

That leaves the Cavan native just two shots off the lead.

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County Down teenager Tom McKibbin made a decent start on day one of the DP World Tour's Joburg Open in South Africa.

He's 3-under-par after an opening round of 68 and is five shots behind current leader Dan Bradbury of England.

John Murphy is also 3-under after 11 holes.

Play has been suspended due to dangerous conditions with very heavy rain there.

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