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Shinrone wins the first Offaly hurling championship


Shinrone are the Offaly Senior Hurling Champions for the first time.

They defeated the Kilcormac-Killoughey challenge in Sunday’s final at O’Connor Park 26-2-13.


We are district champions. What a performance from these great guys. We are so proud of you all. Congratulations to all players and management. pic.twitter.com/7H3JITwlBR

— Shinrone Gaa (@ShinroneGaa) October 2, 2022

In Laois, Clough-Ballacolla clinched their third consecutive title with a 1-24 to 16 victory over Camross.

Elsewhere, Kilmacud Crokes is 12 points after a 3-1 win over Thomas Davis in the Dublin football final.


Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag says his team “let their fans down” in the 6-3 defeat by Manchester City in the Premier League.

Phil Foden and Erling Haaland both scored hat-tricks for the Premier League champions, with United suffering their first defeat in four high-profile games.

In the other Premier League game of the day, 10-man Leeds drew 0-0 with Aston Villa.


Wolves have sacked manager Bruno Lage after their worst start to a Premier League season.

They have only six points from their first eight games and are in the bottom three.

Wolves were beaten 2-0 by West Ham at the London Stadium yesterday.


Lauren McLellan’s equalizer gave Sligo Rovers a draw against Treaty United in the Women’s National League this afternoon.

The visitors took the lead through Cara Griffin’s first-half performance, but it ended 1-1 at the Showgrounds.


Rory McIlroy’s challenge on the final day at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland fell short.

He ended at St Andrews in a tie in fourth place at 13 under par – with Ryan Fox the winner at 15 under par.

Padraig Harrington finished the race with nine under par and a tie in 17th place.


Sergio Perez won a rainy Singapore Grand Prix this afternoon.

The Red Bull driver finished third ahead of Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc with his teammate Carlos Sainz.

World champion Max Verstappen was seventh, meaning his wait for a second consecutive title extends until next week’s race in Japan.


Trained by Mark Prescott, the ‘Alpinista’ previously won the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe in Paris.

Luke Morris was on board to lead the five-year-old to victory.

“Luxembourg”, coached by Aidan O’Brien, finished seventh.


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