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Thursday Morning: Naas Top EMS Copiers SFL Division 1, After Win Over Confey

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Finished 2-16 to 0-9 points last night

GAELIC GAMES

Naas are top of the EMS Copiers Senior Football League Division 1, following a 2-16 to 0-9 win over Confey last night.

Going into the game, Naas knew a win or a draw would ensure they overtook Sarsfields in top spot.

All attention now turns to the final round of fixtures on Tuesday, 28th June.

Naas led by 1-8 to 0-6 at half time and outscored Confey 1-8 to 0-3 in the second half.

Darragh Kirwan scored 1-5, Dermot Hanafin registered 1-3, while Alex Beirne scored 0-4.

Naas play Clane in their final game, while Confey are away to St Laurence's.

It was a double night of wins for Naas who are Division 3 hurling champions following last night‘s 2-20 to 0-9 win over Maynooth. 

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Hurler of the year Cian Lynch is back training with Limerick ahead of Sunday week's All Ireland senior semi-final against Galway at Croke Park.

The Patrickswell clubman sustained a hamstring injury against Waterford back in April.

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The Irish Examiner are reporting that Kieran Kingston has been offered a new one year deal to remain in charge of the Cork senior hurlers.

The Rebels narrowly lost their quarter final to Galway.

GOLF

Leona Maguire and Stephanie Meadow are in the field for the Women's PGA Championship, which starts today at Congressional in Maryland.

Maguire comes into the major in form after losing in a play off on the LPGA Tour last weekend.

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Rory McIlroy and Seamus Power line up at the Travelers Championship on the US PGA Tour in Connecticut.

McIlroy has branded the golfers joining the LIV Tour as "duplicitous".

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Sean Crocker and Hurly Long share the early lead on 2 under par on day one of the BMW International Open in Munich.

Cormac Sharvin is 2 over par.

The field also includes Niall Kearney and Jonathan Caldwell.

SOCCER

Sadio Mane says he received Jurgen Klopp's good wishes upon his departure to Bayern Munich.

The Senegal forward has joined the Bundesliga champions for £27.5 million, a fee which will rise with add ons.

Mane says he needed a new challenge:

Arsenal are set to make a second bid for Leeds United winger Raphinha.

Tottenham and Chelsea are also reported to be interested in signing the 25 year-old.

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