The excitement is brewing as Kilkenny gets set for another All-Ireland Semi-Final this Sunday.
We are inviting people to Join KCLR and the Scoreline team live from Brogans Bar & Yard in Kilkenny tonight night, for a very special preview show, and we will be giving away tickets to the match to some lucky folks in attendance
Then on Saturday Clare legend Jamesie O’Connor along with Kilkenny’s Eoin Larkin, PJ Ryan, and lots more
It’s a super Sunday for Kilkenny sports fans this weekend and at KCLR we’ll be at the heart of all the excitement! Join KCLR, live from Rafters Gastro Pub on Friary Street in Kilkenny, for a special All Ireland Preview show this Sunday from 1 pm.
We’ll be keeping you up to date with all the action as Kilkenny face Cork from half one in The All Ireland Senior Camogie Quarter Final, as well as looking ahead to the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Semi-Final, ahead of The Cats clash with Clare at 4 pm. Match analysis starts at 3.30 pm with 8-time All Ireland winner Aidan “Taggy” Fogarty. The All Ireland preview is with thanks to MW Hire Group and Rafters Gastro Pub. With jerseys to be won by those in attendance.
Cian Lynch has been named at centre forward on the Limerick team for tomorrow’s All Ireland senior hurling semi final against Galway at Croke Park.
With injured skipper Declan Hannon absent, Kyle Hayes has been picked at centre-back and Gearoid Hegarty at left half-back. The Galway selection sees Daithi Burke and Gearoid McInerney swap positions, with Burke wearing the number 3 jersey and McInerney selected at centre-back.
Both Conor Cleary and John Conlon have been named at full and centre back respectively in the Clare team to play Kilkenny in Sunday’s semi-final. Cleary has been battling a shoulder problem and his participation remains in doubt. Aidan McCarthy has not been listed in the matchday squad
Now onto the Carlow senior hurling championship, Ballinkillen were five points winners over Naomh Eoin last night in the second round match.
The other two fixtures go ahead tonight, both at half 7
Naomh Brid meet defending county Champs St. Mullins in Fenagh
While Mount Leinster Rangers go up against Bagenalstown Gaels in Netwatch Cullen Park
Speaking to Scoreline Bagenalstown manager Eddie Scally said there is only one target for last years beaten county finalists
We will hear from Mount Leinster Rangers boss Paul O’Brien tomorrow on Scoreline from 3pm
The Kilkenny District league held its AGM last night in Springhill Court Hotel.
There was a proposed increase to fees for a majority of different divisions. Get a full rundown of motions on our article below.
See also: Kilkenny & District League hold AGM: Motions passed & denied, fee info & CLG discussion
The Republic of Ireland’s final warm-up game in Dublin for the Women’s World Cup ended in a 3-nil friendly defeat to France at Tallaght Stadium.
Captain Katie McCabe went off after rolling her ankle, but it’s hoped the injury is not serious.
The team fly out to Australia today with three former SETU Carlow students Aine O’Gorman, Claire O’Riordan and Louise Quinn amongst the squad
See also: Former SETU students named on World Cup squad
Man Utd have made Atalanta striker Rasmus Hojlund their top summer target and believe they can secure his services for around £50m
Man Utd are reportedly close to signing Japanese goalkeeper Zion Suzuki,
Man Utd are finding it difficult to sell defender Harry Maguire because of a clause in his contract which earned him a significant wage rise for securing a Champions League berth
Harry Kane will have talks with Ange Postecoglou next week after being offered a lucrative new contract by Tottenham
Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka completes £21.4m Bayer Leverkusen move after seven seasons in north London
Andy Murray will resume 2 sets to 1 up on Stefanos Tsitsipas in the second round of the men’s singles at Wimbledon today.
Top seed Carlos Alcaraz is to play Alexandre Muller and Novak Djokovic faces fellow veteran Stan Wawrinka (pr: Vav-rinka).
The women’s number one seed Iga Swiatek plays Petra Martic.