Carlow senior football manager Niall Carew was full of praise for Palatine after they achieved their first success in Leinster with their victory over Wicklows St. Patricks.
They now go up against Portarlington in the next round, and speaking to scoreline at the launch of Carlows Gaelic Bingo, Niall was happy with the direction Carlow football is going.
We have just the one live game this weekend of KCLR, but what a clash it will be when James Stephens takes on Westmeath Champions Raharney tomorrow in the Leinster Intermediate Camogie championship.
We will also be getting reports in from Myshalls clash with Naas in the same competition with throw-in times both at half-one.
See also: Leinster looms for The Village as they welcome The Lake Counties senior champions, Raharney
Tonight this year’s Hurling All-Star team will be revealed at Dublin’s Convention Centre
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12 of Limerick’s All-Ireland winning side are among the nominees.
Treaty duo Diarmaid Byrnes and Barry Nash stand between TJ Reid and a second Hurler of the Year award.
Eoin Cody and Mikey Butler will be up against Corks Ciaran Joyce for young hurler of the year
Having been awarded their All-Stars yesterday morning, David Clifford, Cillian McDaid, and Shane Walsh are all vying for Footballer Of The Year.
See also: Kilkenny receive eight nominations for the PwC All-Stars Hurling 2022
There is one game in Kilkenny tonight in the J.J. Kavanagh and Sons U21 B Hurling Championship Quarter Final
Graigue Ballycallan takes on St Martin’s from 8 o’clock in muckalee
Ahead of the international break, Leinster bid to maintain their unbeaten run in the United Rugby Championship tonight.
Rhys Ruddock captains a mix of youth and experience as they face Scarlets, looking for a seventh win in succession.
There is a start for Carlows Ed Byrne while Former Kilkenny college student Charlie Tector is among the replacements.
See also: Cullen names his 23-man squad To face Scarlets
It’s back to the league for many Kilkenny and Carlow junior soccer clubs this weekend, with the exception of one LFA Cup match taking place.
New Oak will welcome Killester Donnycarney to Burrin Road for a two o’clock kick on Sunday.
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Cristiano Ronaldo scored on his return for Manchester United as they beat Sheriff Tiraspol 3-nil and kept alive hopes of finishing top of their Europa League group.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta admits his side were “extremely poor” in last night’s 2-nil Europa League defeat to PSV Eindhoven.
They missed the chance to seal the top spot in their group – and might need a play-off to reach the last 16.
There was no play at the MCG in Melbourne this morning due to persistent rain in Ireland’s clash with Afghanistan.
We bring the rain everywhere with us!
The points will now be shared – with Ireland up to second in Group One ahead of Monday’s meeting with Australia.