Sunday sport round-up: Derry crowned Ulster champions


Derry have won their first Ulster football title since 1998. They did it the hard way by needing extra time to get past Donegal.

Brendan Rogers and Conor Glass shot the last two points to give Oak Leaf County a 1-16 to 1-14 win.

Galway are Connacht senior football champions for the 48th time. They defeated Roscommon 2-19 to 2-16 in the final at Pearse Stadium.

Shane Walsh and Patrick Kelly scored the goals for the Tribesmen.

Carlow beat Tipperary 1:12 to 1:10 in the Tailteann Cup at Netwatch Cullen Park.

Westmeath defeated Laois 1-13 to 0-13 at O’Moore Park and Offaly beat Wicklow 0-18 to 10-0 at Tullamore.


Nottingham Forest earned promotion to the Premier League with a 1-0 win over Huddersfield in the Championship play-off final.

A Levi Colwill own goal just before half-time sealed the difference between the two teams at Wembley.

Forest are returning to the top flight after 23 years, profiting from at least £170m in what is known as the richest game in football.

formula One

Mexico’s Sergio Perez has won a dramatic Monaco Formula One Grand Prix that was abandoned due to time constraints.

The Red Bull driver crossed the finish line ahead of Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz, with championship leader Max Verstappen third.

Britain’s Lewis Hamilton finished eighth – three places behind Mercedes team-mate George Russell.

The race did not last the full 77 laps, after a delayed start due to rain and a red flag to allow for repairs to the barrier following a bad crash by Mick Schumacher at Haas.


Victor Perez won a jump-off to be crowned champion of this year’s Dutch Open.

The Frenchman defeated New Zealand’s Ryan Fox on the extra holes in the Netherlands.

Fox double bogey last to give Perez a chance to force the playoffs.

Padraig Harrington is level on par-5 holes in his final round of the Senior PGA Championship in Michigan. This puts him in tenth place with seven under par.

The Dubliner is seven strokes behind leader Stephen Ames.


Novak Djokovic is in the quarterfinals of the French Open.

The world number one won 6: 1, 6: 3, 6: 3 against Diego Schwartzman from Argentina in two sets.

Djokovic will face either Rafa Nadal or Felix Auger-Aliassime for a place in the last four.

Nadal, a 13-time Roland Garros winner, is now level with the Canadian at two sets apiece.

In the women’s tournament, USA’s Coco Gauff has reached the quarterfinals for the second year in a row after beating Elise Mertens in straight sets.

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