The St Canice’s Credit Union Kilkenny Senior Hurling League continues this Friday night, and it sees James Stephens and Bennettsbridge go head-to-head in Danesfort.
With both sides coming into this game from disappointing defeats, the final result could go a long way in telling where these clubs end up this season.
Speaking after last weekend’s loss to Glenmore, Peter Butler who is part of the Village management team is happy they have a chance to quickly redeem themselves
Join Brendan Hennessy and Mark Dowling this Friday from 7 pm for full live commentary of James Stephens versus Bennettsbridge with thanks to Nolan Gala.
Speaking of Glenmore they will take on Erins own tonight, who are coming off the back of a draw with county champions Shamrocks, while Clara face off with Tullaroan
It’s a busy weekend on KCLR overall with 3 more live matches in total. Mullinavat and O’Loughlin Gaels face off in Hugginstown from 2 tomorrow. At 4.30 pm Two teams who got their first points on the board last weekend meet at John Locke Park this Saturday as Graigue Ballyallan and Ballyhale Shamrocks go head-to-head.
The final game of the third weekend of the Kilkenny Senior Hurling League takes place in James Stephens GAA Grounds this Sunday at 3 o’clock when Danesfort and Dicksboro face off.
We will have reports also from the junior and intermediate ranks starting tonight where Conahy plays Lisdowney, St. Martins go up against Fenians and Thomastown meet Blacks and Whites.
While the Kilkenny senior hurling league hits round 3 tonight, the Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai senior camogie league kicks off at the weekend in Kilkenny.
The first match of the weekend sees James Stephens take on Windgap from 1.45 tomorrow.
From the Carlow perspective, while we might have to wait until next week for the football Championship to begin, doesn’t mean we won’t be in Carlow GAA HQ.
The annual Hurling For Cancer Research charity game is back and for the first time ever takes place in Carlow’s Netwatch Cullen Park this coming Monday evening.
KCLR will be there for all the action live as the stars of the Irish sporting world turn out to help raise vital funds for the Irish Cancer Society before household hurling names from Limerick, Kilkenny, and beyond take to the pitch, led by Liam Griffin and Brian Cody.
See also: The stars align for Hurling for Cancer charity match this Monday in Netwatch Cullen Park.
Declan Kelly has been recommended for the Offaly football manager’s job.
Once ratified, he’ll take over from Martin Murphy whose short reign came to an end earlier this month.
Kelly previously led Offaly’s under-21s to All-Ireland and Leinster success in 2021.
Goalkeeper Brian Maher saw his own penalty saved as Derry City were denied a place in the Conference League playoff round last night.
The Candystripes lost 6-5 in a penalty shoot-out to Kazak side Tobol at Tallaght Stadium.
A first-half penalty converted by Will Patching had levelled the tie, and ultimately forced penalties.
But it’s Tobol who have booked a playoff round tie with Czech club Viktoria Plzen.
There’s one game in the Premier League tonight as Nottingham Forest play Sheffield United from 7.45.
Andy Farrell has been defending his son ahead of Saturday’s meeting of Ireland and England at the Aviva.
The Ireland head coach branded coverage of Owen Farrell’s disciplinary case as ‘disgusting’.
The England captain must face an independent appeal committee early next week, after World Rugby challenged the original ruling.
He’d seen a red card received against Wales downgraded to a yellow.
The ongoing process has seen the junior Farrell left out of the England squad that travels to Dublin.