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Armagh have retained their Ulster ladies football title, beating Donegal in the final.
They had a dramatic one-point victory at Healy Park in Omagh on Saturday.
It finished 3-12 to 3-11.
Tyrone minors are through to their All-Ireland final against Meath after outclassing Cork.
Final score in Tullamore was 0-23 to 1-6.
Sunday afternoon sees the All-Ireland senior hurling final, Cork against Limerick.
Glentoran's women footballers have ended their European campaign on a high:
FT: @UWCL— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 21, 2021
Olimpia Cluj 0 @GlentoranWomen 2
Glens secure 3rd place in Finland - 2nd half crackers from Joely Andrews & Chloe McCarron clinch victory v Romanians. They bow out, but an impressive return to European action for #DanskeWomensPrem champs#UWCL
Pic: @Glentoran pic.twitter.com/BZdolw4c4f
There's also been a third place finish for the Irish in men's hockey:
Men’s EuroHockey Championship II, third place play-off— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 21, 2021
Ireland 4 (K O’Dea 2, J McKee, S O’Donoghue) Poland 2 (W Rutkowski, J Kurowski)
Teenager Kevin O’Dea’s double earns Ireland a third place finish from the men’s EuroHockey Championship II in Poland. pic.twitter.com/IPXzAhtnKw
Derry City have moved into contention for a European place in the League of Ireland.
The Candystripes are up to fourth in the standings after a 2-1 victory in Sligo on Saturday night.
FT: League of Ireland@sligorovers 1@derrycityfc 2— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 21, 2021
This is getting ridiculous! Another great win for the Candystripes.
Derry move above Bohs into 4th, a point behind Sligo. Serious contenders for Europe. What a transformation. #LOI pic.twitter.com/me1OkLA7Ha
Rory McIlroy is 10 shots off the pace after day three at the Northern Trust tournament in New Jersey.
Shane Lowry shot a superb third round 62 to lie three shots behind the leaders.
The Irish pair will have to wait until Monday for the final round after Sunday's play was postponed because of storm warnings.