Sunday Sport: Ireland put nine tries past Italy, Dublin continue winless streak

Sunday Sport: Ireland Put Nine Tries Past Italy, Dublin Continue Winless Streak
James Lowe scored Ireland's eighth try against Italy at the Aviva Stadium. Photo: INPHO/James Crombie
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Updated: 8.20pm


Kildare beat Dublin 1-12 to 12 points in their Division 1 Allianz National Football League clash in Newbridge.


The result means Dessie Farrell's side are still looking for their first win of the campaign and now face a massive task to avoid relegation with three games left to play.

Elsewhere, Mayo beat Armagh 0-15 to 1-10 and Kerry beat Monaghan 3-14 to 1-12 in Inniskeen to remain top of the table.


All-Ireland champions Limerick remain without a win in Division 1A of the National Hurling League after they lost 2-19 to 1-13 against Cork at the Gaelic Grounds. Shane Kingston claimed both goals for the Rebels before being sent-off, while Seamus Flanagan was also shown a red card for Limerick in the first-half.


Earlier, Wexford beat Galway 2-15 to 0-15 points in Salthill to maintain their 100 per cent record, and Clare have beaten Offaly 4-20 to 0-16 in Tullamore.

In Division 1B, Waterford beat Antrim by two points at Corrigan Park, where the final score was 3-21 to 2-22, and Kilkenny beat Laois 2-28 to 0-17 at Nowlan Park.


Mayo hammered neighbours Galway 6-6 to 2-8 in their rearranged Lidl Ladies National Football League fixture.



Ireland claimed a bonus-point victory over Italy in the third round of the Six Nations at the Aviva.

In the first half, an injury for the Italian's hooker followed by a straight red for his replacement meant the visitors went down to 13 players, ending the game in terms of a contest.

Tries from Joey Carberry, Jamison Gibson-Park, Michael Lowry and Peter O'Mahony in the opening 40 minutes secured the bonus point, before Andy Farrell's side added five tries in the second half.


Liverpool have beaten Chelsea 11-10 on penalties to win the Carabao Cup final.

Cork's Caoimhin Kelleher scored his penalty before Chelsea keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga sent his over.

It's the first time the Reds have won this competition since 2012.


West Ham beat Wolves 1-0 in the only Premier League game of the day today.

Tomas Soucek got the goal, moving David Moyes' side up to fifth.


Arsenal beat Liverpool 4-0 in the fifth round of the Women's FA Cup this afternoon.

Republic of Ireland captain Katie McCabe scored for the Gunners in the first-half.

Elsewhere, Manchester City have beaten neighbours Manchester United 4-1 in their derby clash, while Irish captain Louise Quinn scored for Birmingham City as they beat Durham 1-0.


Shane Lowry has got his final round of the Honda Classic underway.

The Offaly native has teed-off from 6-under-par, five shots off leader Daniel Berger of the United States.


An eight race card is taking place throughout the afternoon at Naas.

The Henry De Bromhead trained 'Gabbys Cross' has won the feature - the BetVictor Novice Handicap Steeplechase.

Rachael Blackmore guided the 7-year-old to victory after going off at a starting price of 22-to-1.

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