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Kildare Hurlers Retain Allianz Division 2A Status

: 03/21/2016 - 08:24

Kildare hurlers retained their Allianz Hurling League Division 2A status with a 2-18 to 1-16 win over Derry in St Conleth's Park.

The Kildare camogie team suffered a 0-10 to 0-8 defeat in the Irish Daily Star National League away to Carlow on Sunday.

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Jason Day has moved above Rory Mc Ilory into second position in the World rankings thank to his win at the Arnold Palmer invitational in Florida.

Day finished one clear of Kevin Chappel on 17 under while Rory Mc Ilroy was tied for 27th on 6 under.

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In The Premier league

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says goalkeeper Joe Harte could be out for around a month after damaging his calf in yesterdays Manchester derby defeat at the Etihad.

Harte was injured when clearing a poor back pass.

Marcus Rashford's goal in the first half gave United the win and now they're just one point behind fourth placed City.

United manager Louis Van Gaal says luck is finally going their way and they can make the top 4.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits tiredness played a part in his side's collapse against Southampton

Liverpool threw away a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2 at St. Mary's Stadium.

It was their 5th game in 18 days, and Klopp says it affected the players.

 

Tottenham have cut Leicester's lead at the top back to five points.

It's after a comfortable 3-0 win over Bournemouth at White Hart Lane.

A brace from Harry Kane and a second-half Christian Eriksen goal secured the victory.

Newcastle and Sunderland shared the points in the Tyne/Wear derby at St. James' Park.

A 1-1 draw means both sides remain in the relegation zone.

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Jonathan Walters received the Three FAI International player of the year prize last night.

Shane Long won goal of the year for his strike against Germany while Denise O'Sullivan was named women's player of the year.

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In Rugby

The Ireland women finished third in the Six Nations.

Tom Tierney's side beat Scotland 45-12 in their final game in Donnybrook.

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