Sunday Sport: Kerry defeat Dublin, Djokovic defends Wimbledon title

A late pointed free from Sean O'Shea claimed the win for Kerry
Sunday Sport: Kerry defeat Dublin, Djokovic defends Wimbledon title

Updated: 7.30pm

Here's all the latest news and scores from today's sporting action, including the All-Ireland Senior Football semi-final and Formula One's Austrian Grand Prix...

GAA

A point for Kerry's Sean O'Shea just before the final whistle has seen the Kingdom see off Dublin by a single point in the All-Ireland Senior Football semi-final.

O'Shea took the first goal of the game in the first half, only for Cormac Costello to respond with one of his own early in the second half.

Dublin pushed hard approaching full-time, pulling level twice in the dying minutes. However, a free for Kerry in the final minute of added time gave O'Shea a slim chance of taking the win, which he duly accepted, raising the white flag and setting up a meeting with Galway in the All-Ireland Final on July 24th.

Formula One

Ferrari's Charles Leclerc has got back to winning ways, taking the chequered flag at the Austrian Grand Prix.

Red Bull's Max Verstappen, who started on pole, came home in second, followed by Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton.

George Russell and Estaban Ocon rounded out the top five.

Tennis

Novak Djokovic has defended his Wimbledon title - winning the championships for a seventh time.

The Serb saw off controversial Australian Nick Kyrgios by 3-1 in a pulsating final.

It's Djokovic's 21st Grand Slam title with him unbeaten on Centre Court since 2013.

Cycling

Defending champion Tadej Pogacar has maintained his 39-second lead following the ninth stage of cycling's Tour de France.

He finished fifth - with Bob Jungels of Luxembourg claiming the stage victory.

Hockey

Ireland have beaten South Africa 2-0 in the first phase of the 9th-16th place qualifiers at the Women's Hockey World Cup.

Sarah Hawkshaw and Roisin Upton provided the much-needed goals for Sean Dancer's side, giving them their first win of this year's tournament.

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