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Cormac Sharvin’s second round of 69 leaves him firmly in contention at the halfway stage of the Irish Open. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

A nod is as good as a wink in most cases and, as Shane Lowry moved through the recording zone with his young daughter Iris on his shoulders, headed fo(...)

Mallow’s James Sugrue  celebrates victory in the British Amateur Championship  at Portmarnock Golf Club. Photograph:  Patrick Bolger/Getty Images

James Sugrue punched his ticket to the big time – with exemptions into next month’s British Open at Royal Portrush, along with next year’s US Masters (...)

Portmarnock’s Darragh Coughlan  plays the seventh hole in his third-round match against Robin Dawson of Tramore. Photograph: Brian Arthur

He might have fallen in the semi-finals of the “West” but in the end a cruel westerly gust helped Newlands’s Jake Whelan make the last 16 in incredib(...)

Paul McBride: was pipped in the quarter-final of the British Amateur Championship at Royal St George’s. Photo: Pat Cashman

Paul McBride’s hopes of British Amateur Championship glory were dashed yesterday with defeat by two holes at the hands of Englishman Harry Ellis in th(...)

Carl Frampton will be  in action against Leo Santa Cruz again at the end of January. Photograph: William Cherry/Inpho
Sports Diary 2017 - Key Dates
  • Sport
  • January 10, 2017, 13:41

January 14-5.2 - Soccer, African Cup of Nations 16-29 - Tennis, Australian Open 13,14,15 - Rugby, Champions Cup Round 5 20, 21, 22 - Rugby, C(...)

A view of the seating area around the 13th green during the pro-am event prior to the Omega European Masters at Crans-sur-Sierre. Photograph: Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images

US Masters champion Danny Willett hopes the prospect of successfully defending a title for the first time in his career can inspire a return to the t(...)

Colin Campbell’s Irish Amateur Open victory earns him a place in next week’s Irish Open at The K Club

With Royal Dublin at her Sunday best, the Flogas Irish Amateur Open produced one of the most entertaining final afternoons since it was first staged (...)

Leader Colm Campbell Jnr (Warrenpoint) watches  his birdie putt on the 18th green during  the second round of the Irish Amateur Open at  Royal Dublin.  Photo: Pat Cashman

It’s not often a player shoots a pair of impressive 68s to lead at Royal Dublin and ends up overshadowed by a player two shots behind him. But Warre(...)