Sport Headlines 8th July

Cork City have booked their place in the second round of the Europa League.

The Leesiders were held to a one-all draw against Linfield last night, but earned their qualification on a 2-1 aggregate scoreline after their first leg win in Belfast.

John Caulfield's side will now go on to face Sweedish side BK Hacken in the next round.

Meanwhile, Shamrock Rovers have crashed out of the tournament following a one-all draw against Rovaniemi (pr: Rova-nee-amy) of Finland which meant they were defeated 3-1 on aggregate.

Tournament hosts France will play Portugal in Sunday's Euro2016 final.

Les Bleus defeated world champions Germany in Marseille last night to book their place in Sunday's decider in Paris.

Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann scored both goals for the hosts as Germany were left to rue their failure to convert the chances that fell their way.

There's two games tonight in the Airtricity League Premier Division.

Bohemians play host to Bray Wanderers in a 7.45 start at Dalymount Park and Finn Harps will take-on Galway United in an 8pm kick-off in Ballybofey.

In the First Division, leaders Limerick visit the RSC to face Waterford United.

UCD are at home to Cabinteely while Athlone Town face Shelbourne

All three matches will kick-off at 7:45.

There's more Irish athletes in action today at the European Championships in Amsterdam.

Ben Reynolds will be the first onto the track when he competes in the heats of the 110 metre Hurdles.

Kerry O'Flaherty and Cork's Michelle Finn will both be in action in the 3000 metre Steeple Chase

During the afternoon session, Christine McMahon goes in the heats of the 400 metre Hurdles and Ciara Mageean runs in the 1500 metres.

Later on, Marcus Lawler will return for the 200 metre semi-finals and Amy Foster will be targetting a place in the 100 metre final.

It's men's semi-finals day at Wimbledon. In the opening match on centre court, seven-time champion champion Roger Federer will face Milos Raonic.

That will be followed by the second semi-final contest between 10th seed Tomas Berdych and home favourites Andy Murray.

Donie Shine and Senan Kilbride have been ommitted from Roscommon's starting fifteen that will face Galway in this Sunday's Connacht final.

Joint managers Kevin McStay and Fergal O'Donnell have made four changes overall with Enda Smith and David Keenan coming into the attack, Cathal Compton replaces James McDermott in midfield, and Darren O'Malley will start instead of Geoffrey Claffey in goals.

In a result from the RedFM Senior Hurling League Newcestown beat Ballymartle 2-16 to 2-10

Padraig Harrington and Graeme McDowell are both just a shot off the lead going into the second round of the Scottish Open.

Scott Hend and Felipe Aguilar are tied at the top on 3-under par, but the Irish duo are among a group of eight players that are gathered on 2-under.

Harrington will be first of the top-ten to tee-off this morning at five to nine.

Joseph Duffy has bounced back from his defeat at UFC 195 last January with a win at UFC 90 in Las Vegas.

The Donegal lightweight dispatched his Canadian opponent Mtch Clarke after just 25 seconds of the opening round to bring his overall UFC record to 3-1.

Stage seven of the Tour de France sees the riders enter the Pyrenees with the first category one climb of this year's race.

Ireland's Dan Martin remains in 10th place overall - more than five minutes behind the yellow jersey - but he'll be hopeful of improving on that during today's battle up the slopes of the Col d'Aspin.

There's racing today in Navan and in Cork.

The opening race in Navan is at 5.40, while the first of a seven-race card jumps card in Cork will get underway at 5.55.

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