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Sublime Scheffler makes it two Masters in three years

Scottie Scheffler fully justified his status as pre-tournament favourite with a nerveless second Masters title in the space of three years at Augusta National.

Sunday's Football Championship results and reports

There's three Leinster SFC quarter-finals down for decision and an Ulster SFC quarter too. Follow all of the day's action as it unfolds.

US Masters final round recap

Scottie Scheffler wins the Masters for the second time

'Pitiful' Leinster Championship needs change - Cavanagh

Former Tyrone star Sean Cavanagh believes that the Leinster Championship is in a 'pitiful' state and that moving Dublin out of it in the only thing that might salvage the competition.

McConville rues 'sickening' result against Kildare

The pain of a Leinster SFC defeat to Kildare was all too evident in Wicklow manager Oisín McConville's post-match interview, with the former Armagh star lamenting one that got away.

Farrell not getting carried away after trouncing Meath

Dessie Farrell wasn't getting carried away after Dublin inflicted a ninth-straight championship defeat on Meath at Croke Park.

European round-up: Leverkusen secure title in style

Bayer Leverkusen sealed a maiden Bundesliga title in style as Florian Wirtz's hat-trick wrapped up a comfortable 5-0 win over Werder Bremen.

Schindler lists Price among his conquests in Riesa win

Home favourite Martin Schindler denied Gerwyn Price a fifth International Darts Open title as he surged to victory in his first European Tour final.

Dublin blitz Meath to advance in Leinster

Goals by Seán Bugler, Paul Mannion and Con O'Callaghan saw Dublin ease past Meath by 3-19 to 0-12 in their disappointingly one-sided Leinster SFC quarter-final at Croke Park on Sunday afternoon.

Villa put a huge dent in Arsenal's title hopes

Unai Emery's Aston Villa severely dented Arsenal's Premier League title bid as two late goals gave them a deserved 2-0 victory at the Emirates Stadium.

Wexford boss Hegarty left 'gutted' by defeat to Louth

Wexford manager John Hegarty admitted that he was 'gutted' by his side's defeat to Louth, praising the heart and effort his players displayed in their Leinster SFC clash at Kildare.

United results have rocked Liverpool, admits Klopp

Jurgen Klopp cited the impact of damaging results against rivals Manchester United following Liverpool's recent loss of momentum in the title race.

Roma's Ndicka in good spirits after pitch collapse

Roma defender Evan Ndicka is recovering in hospital after collapsing on the pitch during Sunday's Serie A clash with Udinese.

Tipperary end long wait for league glory

Tipperary celebrated the 20th anniversary of their famous league and championship double from an era when they were the queens of camogie by winning their first national title since against Galway at Croke Park on a 1-13 to 0-15 scoreline.

Benetton end Connacht's Challenge Cup hopes in Italy

Connacht's involvement in the European Challenge Cup was ended by Benetton who ran out 39-24 winners in the quarter-finals in Treviso.

Griffith College Éanna claim first Super League title

Griffith College Éanna won their first ever Super League title, thanks to a 93-61 win over Pyrobel Killester in the final at the National Basketball Arena.

O'Sullivan calls for Worlds to be moved from Crucible

Ronnie O'Sullivan has called for the World Snooker Championship to be moved from the Crucible, naming Saudi Arabia and China as possible alternatives.

Mulroy's goals lead Louth to victory over Wexford

Captain Sam Mulroy fired 2-04 as Louth turned on the afterburners in the final quarter in Portlaoise, easing beyond Wexford to secure a Leinster SFC semi-final clash with Kildare.

Wasteful Liverpool see title hopes suffer a big setback

Liverpool's Premier League title hopes were dealt a serious blow as Eberechi Eze scored the only goal in Crystal Palace's shock 1-0 win at Anfield.