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Liverpool's Egyptian player Mo Salah has called for world leaders to intervene to stop 'the massacres' against the backdrop of the Israel - Hamas conflict in the Middle East.

SOCCER

Liverpool's Egyptian player Mo Salah has called for world leaders to intervene to stop 'the massacres' against the backdrop of the Israel - Hamas conflict in the Middle East.

He says there has been 'too much violence, heartbreak and brutality' and families 'are being torn apart'.

In a message posted on social media platform 'X', he made an impassioned plea for Gaza to receive immediate aid.




Shelbourne beat Sligo Rovers 2-1 in the SSE Airtricity Women's Premier Division last night.

Manchester United are out of the Women's Champions League after losing 4-2 on aggregate to Paris Saint Germain.

Elsewhere, former Republic of Ireland international Mark Kennedy has left his post as manager of League One club Lincoln City.


GAELIC GAMES

Dessie Dolan will remain on in charge of the Westmeath senior footballers for 2024.

The Lake County narrowly missed out on a place in the All Ireland knockout stage last season.

 

RUGBY

South Africa have named an unchanged 15 for Saturday's Rugby World Cup semi final against England in Paris.
 

GOLF

Tom McKibbin is in the field for the Andalucia Masters in Spain.

On the PGA Tour, American Collin Morikawa and Emiliano Grillo (pr: Gree-oh) share top spot on 6 under par on day one of the ZOZO Championship in Japan.


SNOOKER

Cork native Aaron Hill goes up against England's David Lilley in the qualifiers for the Northern Ireland Open later.


HORSE RACING

A jumps meeting is scheduled for Thurles today with the first off there at 1.40.

In other news, the Willie Mullins trained dual Cheltenham Champion Chase winner 'Energumene' (pr: Ener-joo-men) is set to miss the upcoming season because of a leg injury.

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