Round one scores (complete)Flogas Irish Amateur OpenRoyal County Down at the Flogas AM-AM ahead of the Flogas Irish Amateur Open in Royal Co Down golf club, Newcastle Co. Down Ireland. 15/05/2018.Picture: Golffile | Fran CaffreyAll photo usage must carry mandatory copyright credit (© Golffile | Fran Caffrey) print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email 65 R Dawson (Tramore)68 A Fitzpatrick (England); A Gleeson (Castle)69 J Skov Olesen (Denmark); M Saulez (South Africa); D Hague (England); M Jordan (England); D Rauch (Germany); R Cannon (Balbriggan); K Reitan (Norway); A Wilson (England)70 G Collins (Rosslare); J Hapgood (Wales); B Gill (England); S Watts (Cairndhu); C Thornton (England); N Bachem (Germany)71 P O’Keeffe (Douglas); C Woollam (South Africa); R Mullarney (Galway); G Bloor (England); A Hill (Athenry); J Fox (Portmarnock); J Gough (England); T Nel (South Africa); G Chevalier (France); J Wilson (Scotland); D Langley (England); P Brennan (Belvoir Park); P Melching (Netherlands)72 L Sanges (Wales); E Walker (Scotland); L Shepherd (England); M Hammer (Germany); C Barrow (Scotland); C Strickland (England); E McIntosh (Scotland); M Mitchell (South Africa); J Sugrue (Mallow)73 C Mansfield (South Africa); T Carter (England); J Brady (Rosslare); T Vaillant (France); Q Debove (France); J Cope (England); R Williams (England); R Brazill (Naas); J Yates (Naas); J Mc Donnell (Forrest Little); N Poppleton (England); D Brophy (Castleknock); B Hutchinson (England); F Hanisch (Germany); C Denvir (Elm Park); B Chamberlain (Wales); J Schaper (South Africa); J Pierse (Portmarnock)74 C Lamprecht (South Africa); F Carr (Kirkistown Castle); R Neergaard-Petersen (Denmark); M Norton (Belvoir Park); J Mis (England); A Maguire (Laytown & Bettystown); T Vahlenkamp (Germany); A Edwards-Hill (England); A Petit (France); C Rafferty (Dundalk); J Sundborg (England); S Done (England); B Anderson (The Royal Dublin); K Cantley (Scotland); S Easton (Scotland); T Clements (England); J Davies (Wales); B McKenzie (England)75 B Jones (England); M Waite (England); C Farr (England); R Williamson (Holywood); D Germishuys (South Africa); J McMahon (England); D Howie (Scotland); J Johnston (Scotland); G Lenehan (Portmarnock); R Foley (Switzerland); A Flanagan (England); A Grant (Dundalk); M Martin (England)76 S Locke (Scotland); A Plumb (England); O Huggins (England); R Moran (Castle); D McAleenon (Edenmore); J Glenn (England); R Pierse (Grange); T Thurloway (England); D Brown (England); J de Bruyn (Germany); H Goddard (England)77 J Madden (Royal Portrush); J Whelan (Newlands); P Coughlan (Castleknock); M Ryan (New Ross); N Muller (France); W Nienaber (South Africa); J Bolton (England); M Power (Kilkenny)78 A McDougall (Scotland); A Laussot (France); K Egan (Carton House); T Plumb (England); J Gaunt (England); H Foley (The Royal Dublin); L Abrial (France); R Dutton (Tandragee); G Petrozzi (England); E Farrell (Ardee); P Mullins (Wales); T McLarnon (Massereene)79 R Black (Hilton Templepatrick); D Coghlan (Portmarnock); J Fletcher (Warrenpoint); D Mary (France); T Sloman (England)80 E Smith (Laytown & Bettystown); O Crooks (Bushfoot); D Kitt (Athenry); W Porter (Scotland)81 J Walsh (Castle); W Small (Tandragee); G Frimodt (Denmark); M Lamb (England); T Shin (England)82 D McNeill (Scotland); J Paterson (Scotland); C Woodroofe (Dun Laoghaire)83 R Knightly (The Royal Dublin)86 M d’Harcourt (France)
This win was Galway’s first over Kerry in the championship since 1965 and their first championship win in Croke Park since 2001. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email After the game, Ollie and Frank spoke about Galway’s win and we also heard from Sean Ban Breathnach and from Galway manager Kevin WalshAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/GALWY%20V%20KERRY%20REACTION.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The Galway Senior Footballers got their Super 8’s off to a winning start with a 1-13 to 1-10 over Kerry in Croke Park. Here is another chance to hear the commentary of that historic win with Ollie Turner and Frank MorrisAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/GALWAY%20V%20KERRY%202018.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Kevin Dwyer also spoke to one of the Galway heroes in Sean KellyAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/SEAN%20KELLY%20POST%20KERRY.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.
Latest football newsLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea news LIVE: Follow all the latest updates from Stamford BridgeLive BlogUNITED LIVEMan Utd news LIVE: All the latest updates and transfer gossip from Old TraffordLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea transfer news LIVE: Havertz deal LATEST, Willian move updatesLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesAZPI BETTERAzpilicueta reveals turning off phone saved his season after horror startINTERACTIVE STATS – CLICK on the categories to find out how the teams fared INTERACTIVE LINE-UPS– CLICK on a player’s number below to see their stats1 – Harry Kane has scored a Premier League goal in August for the first time ever, in his 15th game in the month. Finally.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) August 18, 2018 Mitrovic then grabbed an equaliser after the break when he missed Joe Bryan’s cross, then headed in while still on the floor when Ryan Sessegnon got the ball back in the danger zone.Fulham looked capable of pulling off a result but Trippier curled into the top corner – just like he did for England against Croatia in his last game.Then Kane was teed up after Erik Lamela’s surging run – and coolly slotted into the bottom corner. HARRY KANE broke his August hoodoo by finally scoring a Premier League goal in the opening month of the season.The England striker netted late at Wembley, with fellow World Cup hero Kieran Trippier also on the scoresheet, plus Lucas Moura with his first Prem goal.7 Harry Kane has finally broken his August hoodooCredit: Getty – Contributor7 The England hero finally scored in the summer month at his 15th attemptCredit: Getty Images7 Lucas Moura celebrates opening the scoring against FulhamCredit: ReutersKane and Tripps netted after Aleksandar Mitrovic cancelled out Lucas Moura’s opener.Moura’s goal was all Spurs had to show for their first-half dominance, when Kane was denied a penalty after getting clipped by Tim Fosu-Mensah.They eventually took the lead when Moura curled a beauty home off the post after Calum Chambers’ clearance fell to him on the edge of the area.Fulham had given warning signs with Tom Cairney’s shot being saved and Mitrovic hitting the post.Kieran Trippier scores a marvellous free-kick for Tottenham against Fulham7 Harry Kane runs off to celebrate with the Spurs fans after netting against the CottagersCredit: Getty Images7 Kieran Trippier celebrates his goal against FulhamCredit: Getty Images7 Kane scored the third in the 3-1 win to make it successive wins for SpursCredit: EPAHarry Kane breaks August hoodoo with goal for Tottenham against Fulham7 Trippier proved Tottenham’s World Cup stars have no Russia hangoverCredit: Getty ImagesSaturday Round-Up: All the action from Saturday’s games in the Premier League