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Evening Sports Update

Apr 11, 2021 17:04 By radiokerrysport
Evening Sports Update Evening Sports Update
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SOCCER

West Ham's remarkable Premier League season continues and they've gone back into the top four.

They survived a fightback from Leicester City to beat the Foxes 3-2 at the London Stadium.

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Jesse Lingard scored twice for the hosts in the first half with Jarrod Bowen also finding the back of the net just after the break.

Manager David Moyes was happy to get the win but said they should have done it more convincingly.

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Meanwhile it's scoreless after just over 15 minutes of play between Manchester United and Tottenham in London.

Earlier on Newcastle came from behind to beat Burnley 2-1 at Turf Moor and they're six points clear of the relegation zone, with a game in hand.

The final game of the day will see Sheffield United entertain Arsenal from 7-o'clock this evening.

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The Republic of Ireland are in friendly action this evening.

Vera Pauw's side face Belgium in Brussels from half-past-6.

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GOLF

Japan's Hideki Matsuyama is the man to catch ahead of the final round of The Masters.

He holds a four stroke lead over the chasing pack on 11-under-par at Augusta.

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England's Justin Rose is among those in the group at seven-under.

Shane Lowry will get his final round underway shortly from level-par.

He's in a tie for 21st and tees off at 20-past-5 Irish time.

RUGBY

Toulouse lead Clermont 21-points-to-12 approaching full-time in the second of today's Heineken Champions Cup quarter-finals.

Earlier on, Bordeaux beat Racing 92 by three points to reach the last four.

The draw for the semi-finals will take place this evening with Leinster and Ronan O'Gara's La Rochelle already in the pot.

ROWING

Fintan McCarthy and Paul O'Donovan combined to win gold for Ireland in the final of the Lightweight Men's Double Sculls at the European Rowing Championships in Varese.

While the Women's Four crew of Aifric Keogh, Eimear Lambe, Fiona Murtagh and Emily Hegarty claimed silver behind The Netherlands

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