Saturday Sport: Manchester City lead Fulham, Chelsea held by Forest


It finished Sheffield United 2 Everton 2 in the Premier League’s lunchtime game.

Arnaut Danjuma with the equaliser to give the visitors a point at Bramall Lane.


Manchester City lead Fulham 2-1 at half-time, with Chelsea held 0-0 at home to Nottingham Forest.

Tottenham are 2-1 up against Burnley, and Brentford are level at 1-1 against Bournemouth,

At 5.30, Brighton play Newcastle.

Republic of Ireland international Andrew Omobamidele secured a late move to Nottingham Forest on Transfer Deadline Day last night.


The 21-year-old is leaving Norwich City for a reported fee of 23 million euro.

Under-21 star Tom Cannon also moved to Leicester from Everton on Friday evening, for a fee of around 8.8 million euro.

Shelbourne have a 2-1 lead over Athlone Town approaching full-time in their Women’s Premier Division meeting at Tolka Park.


The clash of Bohemians and Galway United is goalless at the break, while the meeting of DLR Waves and Peamount is just underway



Leona Maguire and Olivia Mehaffey are six shots off the lead early in the third round of the Women’s Irish Open

They lead the Irish challenge at Dromoland Castle on 4-under par.

India’s Diksha Dagar leads on 10-under par.

Padraig Harrington is now 4 shots off the lead midway through his third round at the European Masters.

The Dubliner is tied for 25th on seven under par, with Tom Kibbin on 2 under

There’s a three-way tie for the lead, with 11-under to score to beat in Switzerland.


Munster are looking to be crowned Women�s Interprovincial champions for the fourth consecutive year later.

They take on Leinster in this year�s final at Musgrave Park where kick-off is at quarter-to-5.

In the third place playoff, Ulster lead Connacht 31-7 approaching full-time.


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