Cork City 2, Bray Wanderers 1
Cork City claimed a record 11th straight win of the season with a hard fought 2-1 win over second placed Bray Wanderers to open up a 12 point lead at the top of the table after Dundalk lost 2-1 up at Galway United.
Galway v Dublin: “An absolute joke”. Next to absolute disgrace, it’s the standard damning in the GAA lexicon, but a lack of originality doesn’t harm Barry Cullinane’s argument.
Cork City 2 Bray Wanderers 1: 11 wins out of 11 and now 12 points clear at the top: with a third of the season gone, Cork City’s astonishing 2017 just keeps on getting better and better.
Leinster 31 Glasgow Warriers 30: A youthful Leinster side had to deal with a second-half Glasgow power surge and a floodlight failure, the latter coming only 90 seconds out from the final whistle, before securing a 10th straight Guinness PRO12 win last night.
Yesterday was an amazing day for the yard, so much so that Willie is now in front in the trainers’ title, and it has been some team effort to get to this point, writes Ruby Walsh.
Love was clearly in the air at Ashford Castle in Mayo last weekend as Rory McIlroy wed his American fiancée Erica Stoll.
Twenty-three years ago, Limerick jockey Declan Murphy’s skull was so badly fractured in a fall at Haydock Park that his death was confirmed by the Racing Post. Prematurely as it happened, writes Colm Greaves.
Eoin Keith is an ultra-runner who holds Irish records from 24-hour to six-day running. The 48-year-old Cobh man, who broke the 431km Spine Race record by a whopping 15 hours last year, is attempting another record as he runs from Mizen to Malin Head, starting today, writes Stephen Barry.