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Shane Lowry wins The Open ending his tournament with a round of 72 to end 15-under and beat Tommy Fleetwood into second by six shots at Royal Portrush.
Australia retain the Women's Ashes and have an 8-2 lead in the multi-format series as they draw the Test with England at Taunton.
The incident happened at St Patrick's Cemetery in Dundalk on Sunday afternoon.
Shane Lowry delivers "a hammer blow" for Tommy Fleetwood and the rest of the field with a birdie on the 15th after gaining a shot on the 14th as he extended his lead before going on to win the 2019 Open at Royal Portrush.
Ireland's Shane Lowry claimed a first major championship win of his career with a dominant six-shot victory at The Open.
New Zealand stun holders and 11-time champions Australia to win the 2019 Netball World Cup final in Liverpool.
Britain's Simon Yates claims a second Tour de France stage win as defending champion Geraint Thomas reduces Julian Alaphilippe's lead.
England clinch the bronze medal at the Netball World Cup by beating South Africa 58-42 in their play-off match in Liverpool.
Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce storms to victory in the women's 100m, as Great Britain's Dina Asher-Smith comes second in the Anniversary Games.
Philip Hammond says the UK did not "take its eye off the ball" amid escalating tensions in the Gulf.
The BBC's Stephen McDonell is amid the pro-democracy protesters as tear gas is fired.
Tommy Fleetwood makes par on the first to make up a shot on Shane Lowry who recovered from a wayward tee shot to get away with a bogey at Royal Portrush.
Harry Kane produces a moment of magic, scoring from the halfway line in injury time to give Tottenham a 3-2 win over Juventus in Singapore.
The Marvel sequel's weekend take is set to push it past James Cameron's $2,789.7bn-grossing epic.
Great Britain's Adam Peaty becomes the first man to swim under 57 seconds for the 100m breaststroke as he wins his semi-final at the World Championships in South Korea.
The latest pro-democracy rally is tense, as it follows the discovery of a huge haul of explosives.
England's Laura Marsh takes the "massive wicket" of the dangerous Alyssa Healy on the final day of the Ashes Test against Australia at Taunton.
British swimmer Adam Peaty breaks the 100m breaststroke world record with a time of 56.88, becoming the first man to go under 57 seconds.
With relationships strained, how will the new prime minister rally his American and European allies?
The DUP leader denies suggestions that the negotiations are no longer a five-party process.