Rugby: SportSG working towards October date for Singapore Sevens

SINGAPORE – Sport Singapore (SportSG) is working with its partners towards the Oct 29-30 date for the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens, the national agency told The Straits Times on Friday (June 4). A SportSG spokesman said: “Recognising the fluidity of the Covid-19 situation around the world and taking into account the prevailing national posture and safe management measures, we will

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GAA confirms return of supporters: Up to 200 fans can attend intercounty matches from June 7

The GAA has confirmed that up to 200 people can attend GAA matches in Ireland from June 7 onwards. This follows the latest easing of Covid-19 restrictions by the Irish government. The figure of 200 will be in addition to essential personnel, including players, stewards, media attendees, etc. Currently north of the border, 500 fans are permitted to attend matches

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Camogie: Six counties confirmed for league knockout stages after wins for Kilkenny, Cork and Galway

Cork confirmed their place in the final Littlewoods Camogie League Division 1 sextet in the following their 3-15 to 1-13 triumph over 14-woman Waterford at Walsh Park. The table-toppers will be joined from Group 2 by Tipperary, who had done enough by defeating the Déise in the previous round. The other two ties served only to determine the finishing positions

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Clare GAA back senior hurling manager Brian Lohan in row with Wexford over Covid-19 contact-tracing

Clare GAA have released a statement backing their senior hurling manager Brian Lohan following his comments at the weekend. Lohan alleged that the Wexford players who tested positive for Covid-19 had worked with the HSE to identify close contacts. On Monday morning, the Yellowbellies’ county board issued a statement branding the statement as ‘factually incorrect’. O’Connor: Baffling contact-tracing saga raises

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GAA weekend talking points: Kerry don’t lie down, advantage rule issues, and hurling’s goal drought

What did we learn on the third weekend of intercounty GAA action this year? Kerry finish with a flourish to lay down an early marker for the summer When Dublin patiently worked Cormac Costello’s point to open the second-half scoring, they denied the Kingdom a chance to get their hands on the ball for almost five minutes and looked in

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World Cup of Pool: Kelly Fisher and Allison Fisher to face Philippines in Milton Keynes

Britain’s all-female duo of Kelly Fisher and Allison Fisher have been drawn to face three-time champions Philippines at the World Cup of Pool, which begins on Sunday, May 9 in Milton Keynes, live on Sky Sports. Women’s World 9-ball champion Kelly Fisher and Hall of Famer Allison Fisher will team-up for Great Britain B against the Philippines, who will be

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Vitality Netball Superleague: Leeds Rhinos overpower Saracens Mavericks at Copper Box Arena

Leeds Rhinos Netball, Team Bath Netball, Strathclyde Sirens and Loughborough Lightning were all victorious on the Vitality Netball Superleague’s first weekend at the Copper Box Arena in London. In the competition’s home for the second half of the season, all four teams put on strong displays, while Celtic Dragons also showed considerable improvement during their loss to Bath. Round 12

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