- The 2015 All-Ireland Championship came to an end for the Dublin hurlers who were beaten 2-21 to 1-19 in yesterday's All-Ireland quarter-final by Waterford who now meet Leinster champs Kilkenny in the semis.
- The other semi-final will be contested by Munster champs Tipperary and Galway who hammered Cork 2-28 to 0-22 in the second match of the afternoon at Semple Stadium.
- The drawing of lots to see who progresses between Dublin and Clare, following the Banner County's win over Derry, in the All-Ireland Camogie Championship has been deferred after both counties lodged an appeal.
- Leo Cullen has been offered a contract to take over as the head coach of the Leinster Rugby team, according to a report in The Sunday Times.
- After a 30-day league break due to European commitments, Brandon Miele bagged a brace for Shamrock Rovers who hammered Limerick 4-1 at Tallaght Stadium.
- PICTURE (©INPHO/James Crombie): Dubs keeper Gary Maguire leaps into action at Semple Stadium.
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