Brian Dowling feels the time is right for him to step down as manager of the Kilkenny senior camogie team.
His decision follows their defeat to Cork in Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter-final.
Dowling had spent four seasons in charge, leading the Cats to All-Ireland titles in 2020 and then again last year.
See also: Two time All-Ireland winning manager Brian Dowling steps away from Kilkenny senior camogie team
In their opening statement, representatives will describe the online streaming service ‘G-A-A Go’ as ‘a positive and exciting departure’ from television.
The media committee will also hear from RTÉ’s head of sport, who will say the platform has allowed for ‘more games than ever to be broadcast’ on free to air television.
‘G-A-A-Go’ which is a pay-per-view service has been the subject of public scrutiny after a huge number of fans were unable watch games during the senior hurling and football championships.
Kilkenny GAA held its open training session last night
It’s just one event planned in the lead-up to the All-Ireland final versus Limerick, with the next event being a Golf Classic held in Gowran Park on the 18th
Speaking of classics, a 4 part documentary on the 1967 All-Ireland senior hurling final begins on KCLR from 6 pm tonight
Michael Fennally presents as Kilkenny turned the tide against Tipperary for the first time in 45 years.
See also: Relive the 1967 All-Ireland senior hurling final this week on KCLR
Young Irelands advanced to the final of the St Canice’s Credit Union Senior Intermediate Hurling League Division 1 final after their 1-26 to 20 defeat of James Stephens.
In the Junior E final, Erins Own defeated Piltown.
Shamrock Rovers will have to score away from home in Europe for the first time in five matches if they are to reach the second qualifying round of the Champions League.
They lost 1-nil at home to Icelandic champions Breidablik last night in the first leg of their first qualifying round tie.
Defender Damir Muminovic got the only goal of the game at Tallaght Stadium courtesy of a first-half thunderbolt. The sides will meet again in Iceland next Tuesday.
St Pat’s are in Conference League action tonight, with the first leg of their tie against Dudelange kicking off in Luxembourg at 6.30.
Republic of Ireland captain Katie McCabe trained with the squad today as they settle into their Brisbane base ahead of the World Cup Finals.
McCabe rolled her ankle in the game against France last week, but is now fit.
The Girls in Green play Australia in the tournament opener in Sydney in eight days time.
On this Day 1998
1998 FIFA World Cup Final, Stade de France, Saint-Denis.
Zinedine Zidane scores twice as France wins first World Cup beating Brazil, 3-0
The semi-final line-up at Wimbledon will be completed today.
In the women’s quarter-finals, there’s a repeat of last year’s final with defending champion Elena Rybakina (pr: Ree-back-ina) up against Ons Jabeur (pr: Jab-oor).
On Court One, the second seed Aryna Sabalenka plays Madison Keys.
Men’s top seed Carlos Alcaraz will play sixth seed Holger Rune (pr: Roo-neh) today.
While world number-43 Chris Eubanks will look to continue his fairytale run as he takes on third seed Daniil Medvedev.