Sunday sport: Clare and Cork crowned champions; McKibbin takes first European Tour title

Updated: 6.30pm

Here's the latest updates from the day's sporting action...


Clare and Cork have been crowned All-Ireland Hurling champions for 2023 in the Minor and U20 grades respectively.

The first of the days two All-Ireland Finals at Semple Stadium saw the Banner take a 2-22 to 4-11 win against neighbours Galway, before Cork bested Offaly 2-22 to 3-13.

In the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, Louth very nearly supplied the upset of the weekend at MacHale Park, beaten by Mayo by just a single point, ending 0-14 to 1-10.

In Group 4, Monaghan beat Clare 1-23 to 1-18 up against Clare, while Derry took an emphatic win over Donegal at Ballybofey, where it ended 3-14 to 1-15. Meanwhile in Group 3, Roscommon beat Sligo 1-21 to 1-11 at Dr Hyde Park.

In the Tailteann Cup, Wicklow beat Limerick 2-14 to 1-10 and Longford lost 2-13 to 1-14 against Carlow 2-4.

At the Athletic Grounds, Antrim took a 3-13 to 1-12 win over Fermanagh, and Wexford beat Leitrim 1-16 to 1-12.


Tom McKibbin has won his first European Tour title.

The 20-year-old from Holywood, Co Down fired a final round of 70 to take the European Open on the DP World Tour in Hamburg by two shots.


Rory McIlroy has a chance to make it a famous double this evening.

He's in a share of the lead going into the final round of the Memorial Tournament on the PGA Tour in Ohio.

McIlroy, who's at six-under par alongside Si Woo Kim and David Lipsky, teed off at 6.35pm Irish time.

Formula One

World champion Max Verstappen has won the Spanish Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton came home in second, ahead of his teammate George Russel, followed by Red Bull's Sergio Perez.


Novak Djokovic is into the quarter-finals of the French Open for a 17th time.

He beat Juan Pablo Varillas in straight sets at Roland Garros.