Tournament outsiders Donegal saw off
Tyrone 4-19 to 1-10 in Div 3A while Sligo accounted for Fermanagh with a 4-15 to 3-8 win.
With the majority of the All-Ireland winning Kilkenny contingent on board, Leinster saw off
Connacht by 3-18 to 2-13 at Nowlan Park yesterday.
They saw off
Dalbeattie Star in Saturday's replay as goals from Stuart Cargill, Brian Ritchie and Stephen Husband sealed a 3-1 win.
In Pool C matches, Kamusinga from Bungoma and Butula B (Busia) eased through after seeing off Kabianga High (26-7) and Chianda (19-10) respectively.Chavakali from Vihiga saw off
Shikunga from Kakamega County 24-19 to top Pool D alongside Maseno C.
United won 2-1 at Villa Rovers while second-placed Killowen Celtic saw off
Ballybot United 2-0.
THE Sneaky Funnies gave themselves a great chance of escaping the bottom of the table in the Southport Wednesday six-a-side football league after they saw off
fellow strugglers TCS as the season reached its halfway point.
Fraserburgh's knack of upsetting title-chasers continued as Scott Barbour's finish saw off
reigning champions Cove 1-0.
ANDY Murray reached the semi-finals of the AEGON Championships without dropping a set when he saw off saw off
Germany's Benjamin Becker 6-4 7-6 (7/4) to set up a mouthwatering last-four showdown with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga,.
The 23-year-old powered past Argentina's Guido Pella 6-3 6-1, adding to his Davis Cup heroics in April when he saw off
Dmitry Tursunov as Britain came from 2-0 down to beat Russia 3-2.
Although he was no match for easy winner Morning Royalty, that rival has won again since and he comfortably saw off
WEST Jesmond's strong finish to the season continued as they saw off
Walker Central Reserves 5-1 at Benson Park to reach the final of the John Hampson Memorial Trophy.
Having defeated Meszaros Zsolt, Peter Martin and Kevin Munch in the early rounds, Osborne then saw off
York's Terry Temple 6-2 to win through to the quarter-finals.
SNOOKER: Shaun Murphy saw off
six-time champion Stephen Hendry in a high-class second-round clash in the Masters at Wembley.
Fitton was the highest profile casualty at Frimley Green on a day when Martin Phillips downed seventh seed Dave Prins 3-0 and Paul Carter saw off
tenth seed Martin Atkins 3-1.
The Asian duo, who will now face off in todayEoe1/4aos final, saw off
Iran and Oman respectively to guarantee their spots at the global spectacular, which kicks off later this month.