Sunday Sport: Dublin pushed all the way in Leinster final, Manchester United beat Arsenal

The provincial football championships conclude on Sunday, while Arsenal will be hoping to keep the pressure on Manchester City when they travel to Old Trafford.


Dublin were pushed all the way in the Leinster final as they defeated Louth 1-19 to 2-12.

The win for the All Ireland Champions gave them 14th provincial crown in a row.

The Ulster final is into added time with nothing separating Armagh and Donegal

Armagh experienced penalty heartbreak once again as Donegal were crowned Ulster Football champions this afternoon.

Shaun Patton saved the sudden death spot kick after extra time ended 20 points apiece in Clones.

The Orchard County also finished runners up to Derry after a shootout last year.

Jim McGuinness’s men have now picked up two trophies in his first year back as manager.

Elsewhere, Antrim kicked off their campaign with a 4-12 to 2-13 win over Tipperary.

Dublin did the provincial double today.

The ladies team got the better of Meath 3-17 to 0-8 in their Leinster final.

Galway bested Mayo in the Connacht decider, coming out on top over their neighbours by 1-11 to 0-9.


Arsenal have beaten Manchester United 1-0 in the only Premier League game of the day.

Manchester United have won the Women’s FA Cup for the first time after thrashing Tottenham 4-0 at Wembley.

England international Ella Toone opened the scoring for last year’s runners-up. Rachel Williams added to the lead, before Lucia Garcia’s brace.


Rory McIlroy is just one shot off the lead at golf’s Wells Fargo Championship heading into the final day.

The Northern Irishman produced another bogey-free round in North Carolina as he edged closer to Xander Schauffele who remains out in front on 12 under par.

Seamus Power is level-par with Shane Lowry is way back on 6-over.


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