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Ireland: Shamrock Rovers still lead the League of Ireland by eight points after goals from Sean Kavanagh and Roberto Lopes helped them to a 2-1 win over Waterford.
Second-placed Bohemians won 1-0 at bottom club Finn Harps, who are yet to claim their first win of the season, Derry moved third with a 2-0 victory at UCD and Cork drew 1-1 with St Patrick’s.
Reigning champions Dundalk slipped up yet again, losing 2-1 in Sligo.
Northern Ireland: Linfield sealed the Irish Premiership title after they drew 0-0 with last year’s champions Crusaders in Saturday’s Belfast derby.
Second-placed Ballymena came from behind to draw 1-1 at Cliftonville, Dungannon beat Institute 2-1, bottom club Ards drew 1-1 with Glentoran and Warrenpoint had two players sent off in their 4-2 loss to Newry City.
Coleraine needed Ben Doherty’s last-minute equaliser to draw 1-1 in Glenavon.
Scotland: Ross County lead the Scottish Championship by six points after they drew 0-0 with bottom club Partick Thistle and second-placed Dundee United came from behind to beat Ayr 2-1.
Form team Alloa beat Queen of the South 1-0 for a fourth successive win but are still only three points clear of the relegation zone as Falkirk also won 1-0 at Dunfermline.
Greenock Morton play Inverness Caley tomorrow night.
Wales: TNS are champions of the Welsh Premier League for the eighth successive season after they romped to a 4-0 win at Barry Town and maintained a seven point lead over second-placed Connah’s Quay, who brushed aside out of form Bala 4-1.
Carmarthen saw off already relegated Llanelli 3-1, Aberystwyth drew 0-0 with Cefn Druids, Cardiff Met edged out doomed Llandudno 2-1 and Caernarfon eased past Newtown 4-1.
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