Sunday sports: Ireland beat Italy in the Six Nations, Meath capture Division One title

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Sunday Sports: Ireland Beat Italy In The Six Nations, Meath Capture Division One Title Sunday Sports: Ireland Beat Italy In The Six Nations, Meath Capture Division One Title
Katie O'Dwyer Nicole Cronin, Lucy Mulhall, Neve Jones and a penalty try mean Ireland will pick up a bonus point. Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne
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Ireland have beaten Italy 29-8 in the TikTok Women's Six Nations

Katie O'Dwyer Nicole Cronin, Lucy Mulhall, Neve Jones and a penalty try mean Ireland will pick up a bonus point.

Scotland are still without a win after a 28-8 defeat at home to France.

Soccer

Manchester City and Liverpool have played out an absorbing 2-2 draw in the Premier League.

Elsewhere Norwich boosted their survival hopes with a vital 2-nil win over fellow strugglers Burnley.

West Ham's hopes of finishing in the top four took a blow as they were beaten 2-nil by Brentford.

While Leicester edged Crystal Palace 2-1 to move above them in to ninth.

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Rangers have moved to within six points of Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic with a 4-nil victory at St Mirren.

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Coventry shocked Championship leaders Fulham 3-1 to keep their hopes of finishing in the play-off places alive.

The victory has taken them to within six points of the top six.

Fulham remain ten points clear at the top of the table.

Golf

World number one Scottie Scheffler will take a 3-shot lead into the final round of the Masters at Augusta later on.

He will tee off at 7:40pm Irish time from 9-under-par with Australian Cameron Smith second on 6-under.

Korea's Sungjae Im is on four under, with Ireland's Shane Lowry in a tie for fourth with Charl Swartzel on 2-under.

They will both resume from 7:30pm

Rory McIlroy is in a tie for ninth place on 1-over, he's just getting his final round underway.

Seamus Power is one under par through 10 today and has moved up to five over par.

GAA

Meath are the Lidl Ladies National Football League Division One champions.

That's after they beat Donegal 2-8 to 1-9 at Croke Park this evening.

Kesley Nesbitt and Niamh O’Sullivan with the goals for the Royals.

Elsewhere, Kerry beat Armagh 1-12 to 12 points to win the Division Two decider.

Danielle O'Leary with the goal for the Kingdom.

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