The third round of the Masters is well underway and the world number 1 Scottie Scheffler is the man to catch on 10 under par.
Shane Lowry is one under after 4 holes today and is in second place.
Rory McIlroy is level par after 14 and remains on two over par.
Waterford's Seamus Power birdied his last hole to finish two over par for the day and 6 over for the tournament.
Munster still have it all to play for in their second leg round of 16 tie against Exeter.
After a bruising encounter with the English side, the final score was 13-8.
Shane Daly got the only try of the game for the visitors as Exeter were down to 13 men with two yellow cards.
— Munster Rugby (@Munsterrugby) April 9, 2022
Elsewhere, Ulster completed a stunning upset against reigning champions Toulouse.
The French side went down to 14 men with a red card after just ten minutes.
Man of the Match Robert Balacoune scored a hat trick of tries capping a brilliant performance from the young winger.
A late Toulouse try means Ulster will go into the second leg with a six point advantage as they won 26-21.
— Ulster Rugby (@UlsterRugby) April 9, 2022
Tottenham have taken control of fourth place in the Premier League with a 4-nil victory at Aston Villa.
They're 3 points ahead of north London rivals Arsenal, who lost 2-1 at home to Brighton.
Manchester United - who are also in the race for the final Champions League spot - were also beaten by strugglers Everton 1-nil.
Third-placed Chelsea secured a resounding 6-nil win away at Southampton.
Mason Mount and Timo Werner both scored twice in a comprehensive victory.
Leeds took a huge step towards top flight survival as they triumphed 3-nil at Watford, who remain in the relegation zone, six points from safety.
Here at home, Derry City beat Finn Harps 2-1 to extend their lead at the top of the SSE Airtricity Premier Division table.
Elsewhere Sligo Rovers lead UCD by 1-0 with the second half just underway in their clash.
Max Mata with the goal for the Bit O'Red.
Wexford FC and Galway United played out a 1-1 draw in the First Division,
Goals from Darren Craven and Michael Barker has given Longford Town a 2-0 lead over Athlone Town in the second half of their clash.
Galway have beaten Cork in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 decider this evening.
The All Ireland champions came out on top by 2-14 to 1-13.
Earlier Wexford beat Antrim in the Division 2 final 3-12 to 14 points.
50-to-1 shot Noble Yeats was the winner of the Grand National.
The Emmet Mullins-trained horse edged out Any Second Now in the closing stages, with Delta Work finishing third at Aintree.
Amateur jockey Sam Waley-Cohen clinched the victory in the final race of his career.