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#so close yet so far

# so-close-yet-so-far - Sunday 21 July, 2019

From The42 Fleetwood rues missed chances after another second-place Major finish So Close Yet So Far

Fleetwood rues missed chances after another second-place Major finish

The Englishman was unable to overhaul Shane Lowry but remains confident his time will come.

# so-close-yet-so-far - Wednesday 10 April, 2019

From The42 'A bridge too far' as Ireland's excellent U19 Euro run ended by reigning champions So Close Yet So Far

'A bridge too far' as Ireland's excellent U19 Euro run ended by reigning champions

A 3-0 loss to Spain yesterday means the dream of reaching next summer’s finals in Scotland is over.

# so-close-yet-so-far - Wednesday 7 March, 2018

From The42 Two quick-fire goals from Juventus send Spurs out of the Champions League So Close Yet So Far

Two quick-fire goals from Juventus send Spurs out of the Champions League

Argentine pair Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala turned the game on its head after Son Heung-Min had opened the scoring at Wembley.

# so-close-yet-so-far - Sunday 11 June, 2017

From The42 Cavan rattle the post with the last kick of the game as Monaghan sneak into Ulster semi-finals So Close Yet So Far

Cavan rattle the post with the last kick of the game as Monaghan sneak into Ulster semi-finals

Ryan Connolly hit the post at the very death as Cavan chased a last second equaliser.

# so-close-yet-so-far - Saturday 9 July, 2016

From The42 'I'll always have regrets that I didn't win that match. I should have played Federer on Centre Court' So Close Yet So Far

'I'll always have regrets that I didn't win that match. I should have played Federer on Centre Court'

Five years ago, Conor Niland conjured the performance of his career only for 15 minutes to spoil his day.