Sunday sport: Tipperary claim Division 1A title, Toulouse take last Champions Cup SF spot

Updated: 7pm

Here’s the latest from the day’s sporting action…


Scottie Scheffler has a one-shot lead heading into the final day at the Masters, as he looks to win his second green jacket in three years.

He’s seven-under-par, with fellow Americans Colin Morikawa and Max Homa six and five-under respectively.

Rory McIlroy has got his final round underway from three-over in a tie for 21st, and four bogeys in a row have seen Shane Lowry fall back to 10-over.


Toulouse came from behind to claim the last semi-final spot in the Champions Cup, seeing off Exeter.

The French club win 64-26 at Stade Ernest-Wallon, seeing them through to face Harlequins.

After their respective wins on Saturday, Leinster and Northampton will meet at Croke Park in the second semi-final pairing.


Connacht missed out the Challenge Cup semi-finals after losing away to Benetton 39-24.


There were shocks in the Premier League today, with three away wins.

In the early games, Fulham beat West Ham 2-0, with both goals coming from Andreas Pereira, while Liverpool suffered a 1-0 home defeat to Crystal Palace after Eberechi Eze netted in the 14th minute.

In the 4.30pm fixture, two goals from Leon Bailey and Ollie Watkins in less than five minutes gave Aston Villa the win over Arsenal at the Emirates.


Celtic can breathe easy at the top of the Scottish Premiership table after Rangers failed to come away with a win at Ross County.

Two goals from the visitors wasn’t enough, as Simon Murray, Geogre Harmon and Josh Sims supplied the goals to get their side over the line.


Tottenham are through to the final of the Women’s FA Cup, with goals from Jessica Naz and Martha Thomas giving them a 2-1 win over Leicester City at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

In the second semi-final, Manchester United took a 2-1 over Chelsea 2-1 to make it to the decider.


Dublin took an comfortable win over Meath at Croke Park to take a spot in the Leinster football semi-finals.

Goals from Seán Bugler, Paul Mannion and Con O’Callaghan saw Dessie Farrell’s side end it 3-19 to 0-12.

In the day’s other quarter-finals, Kildare took a narrow win over Wicklow, ending 0-16 to 1-12, while Louth beat Wexford 4-10 to 0-15.


Armagh have earned their place in the Ulster football semi-finals, after a comfortable victory over Fermanagh.

The game at Brewster Park ended 3-11 to 0-9.


Tipperary have captured the Division 1A title in the Very National Camogie league.

The Premier county saw off Galway at Croke Park, where the game ended 1-13 to 0-15.

Earlier, in the 2A final, Westmeath beat Derry 4-8 to 0-16.


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