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Sunday a.m.Update: Tyrone v Monaghan; Club GAA Results; Man City Begin Title Defence; Lowry 4 Off PGA Lead

: 08/12/2018 - 08:44

Tyrone and Monaghan meet in today’s All-Ireland semi final.

Mickey Harte makes one change for the All-Ulster clash with Rory Brennan coming in at corner back.

Monaghan also make one change, with Dessie Mone named in the half forward line instead of Conor McCarthy.

Yesterday’s club results:

Senior Football League Div 1 Final: Athy 0-13 Moorefield 0-10

Senior Football League Div 2 Final: Maynooth 0-14 Johnstownbridge 0-13

Tom Cross Coaches Junior Football Championship, Section A:  Miltown 1-13 Rheban 1-4

Pittman Traffic & Safety Intermediate Football Championship, Group D: Kilcullen 0-12 Kill 0-10

Haven Hire Intermediate Hurling Championship

Group A: Ardclough beat St. Columba

Group B: Coill Dubh 3-14 St Laurence's 1-10

Today’s fixtures: Sun 12 Aug

Tom Cross Coaches Junior Football Championship: in Hawkfield

Section A Caragh V Rathcoffey at 1:30

Section B Cappagh V Ballykelly at 12:00

Pittman Traffic & Safety Intermediate Championship Group D Ballymore Eustace V Nurney in Newbridge at 6:30

Manchester City begin the defence of their Premier League title this afternoon away to Arsenal.

Liverpool are at home to West Ham at Anfield.  Burnley go to Southampton.

In the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup today, holders Cork City are away to Home Farm at1 o'clock.

Shane Lowry remains in the hunt for his maiden major win at the PGA Championship following a one-under 69 3rd round.

This followed a 64 to finish his second round early yesterday morning.

Lowry is four shots off the leader Brooks Koepka who leads on 12 under.

Tiger Woods shot a second consecutive 66: he’s eight under par.

Rory McIlroy had a third round 71 to drop out of contention on two under for the tournament.

It’s the final day of the European Athletics Championships.  Ciara Mageean competes in the finals of the 1500 metres this evening.

Norway’s Jacob Ingebrigtsen made history again last night. 

The 17 years old won the 5000 metres title, adding to the 1500 metres title he won the previous day.  His older brother Henrik finished 2nd last night

Jacob is the youngest athlete in history to win either of the events and the first ever to win both at the same championships.

One of three brothers - all whom have now won European titles and each competing at these championships and coached by their father, Jacob previously became the youngest ever sub-four minute miler at 16 years of age.
Today’s racing is in the Curragh from 1.55pm and in Downpatrick from 2:05pm.

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