Sunday sport: Limerick lead Clare in Munster hurling championship, Coventry comeback against Manchester United

Gaelic games

All-Ireland senior hurling champions Limerick trail Clare 3-15 to 1-17 at Cusack Park in the first round of the Munster hurling championship.

That game is followed by the meeting of Waterford and Cork at Walsh Park from 4pm.

In the Leinster Hurling Championship, Wexford and Dublin are level at half time, with the score 1-8 to 0-11

Galway are ahead against Carlow 1-14 to 0-9 at Pearse Stadium. And Kilkenny lead Antrim 0-5 to 0-1 at Nowlan Park.

In the Joe McDonagh Cup, Kerry are ahead 0-9 to 0-6 in Mullingar, and Offaly lead Laois 0-16 to 0-11 in Portlaoise.

In gaelic football, Roscommon and Mayo battle it out in a Connacht senior football semi-final at Doctor Hyde Park from 4pm.

Also at 4pm, it’s Cavan up against Tyrone in the Ulster championship at Breffni Park.


FA Cup

Coventry City have comeback from 3-0  down against Manchester United as it is level at 3-3 with extra-time just ending.

Premier League

Liverpool are 3-1 up away to Fulham as they look to return to the top of the Premier League.

Everton were 2-0 winners against Nottingham Forest at Goodison Park.

Aston Villa defeated Bournemouth 3-1 and Crystal Palace were 5-2 winners against West Ham.


Seamus Power is tied for 7th going into the final round of the RBC Heritage tournament on the PGA Tour at Hilton Head.

He is 12 under par, with Masters champion Scottie Scheffler leading on 16 under.

Rory McIlroy is 10 under and Shane Lowry is 3 under par.

Stephanie Meadow is even par going into the final round of the Chevron Championship, 11 shots off the pace.

Formula One

World champion Max Verstappen took the Chinese Grand Prix today, with Lando Norris finishing second.


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