The Second round of the Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Senior Football Championship starts tonight as Mount Leinster Rangers and intermediate champions Fenagh looking for their first win.
KCLR will be bringing you full live commentary from 8:30 pm tonight with thanks to Dan Morrissey and Co.
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There is also one game in the Talbot Hotel Intermediate Football Championship when Clonmore clashes with Naomh Eoin at seven in Netwatch Cullen Park.
While there are three games in the Junior Football Championship ‘A’ Group. Tinryland plays O’Hanrahans, Ballon welcomes Palatine and Leighlinbridge faces off with Fighting Cocks.
In Kilkenny, O’Loughlins clashes with James Stephens in the Revise.ie Under 19 Roinn A Hurling Championship Semi-Final.
Throw-in at St. Johns Park is 6:30 pm, with the winners facing Dicksboro
While there is a one-quarter final match-up in the Kilkenny Vehicle Centre Minor Roinn A Hurling Championship. At half six St. Patrick’s welcomes Erin Own, with the other three Quarter finals going ahead Monday.
It has also been confirmed that Dicksboro will meet O’Loughlins in the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Junior A Championship final after defeating St. Patrick’s last night by 2 points. The Final score was 1-15 to 1-13.
Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny is due to name his squad for the upcoming Euro 2024 qualifiers today.
Aaron Connolly could be in line for a recall, having scored three times for Hull so far this season.
Ireland are away to France next Thursday before a meeting with the Netherlands three days later in Dublin.
Republic of Ireland international John Egan missed a penalty as Sheffield United exited the EFL Cup last night.
The Blades suffered defeat on spot kicks to Lincoln City, after a goalless draw at Bramall Lane. Chelsea and Everton won by two goals to one against Wimbledon and Doncaster respectively.
Elsewhere, Blackburn thumped Harrogate 8-nil, while Burnley were 1-nil winners at Nottingham Forest.
In the third round draw, Manchester City has been drawn away to Newcastle while holders Manchester United will play Crystal Palace. Liverpool are set to face Leicester while Arsenal will meet Brentford. Among the other ties will be Chelsea’s clash with Brighton, with Aston Villa set to go up against Everton.
The draw for the group stage of the Champions League takes place later today.
Rangers won’t be in the hat, after a 5-1 hammering at the hands of PSV in the second leg of their playoff round tie last night.
Dromoland Castle in County Clare is the venue for the Women’s Irish Open, which gets underway today.
After finishing in a tie for fourth last year, Leona Maguire will once again lead the Irish challenge.
The Cavan native tees off alongside defending champion Klara Spilkova and Clare amateur Aine Donegan shortly after 9 a.m.
Beth Coulter and Sara Byrne are the first Irish players out on the course at 8 a.m.
Elsewhere, Stephanie Meadow plays at the Portland Classic on the LPGA Tour.
Padraig Harrington is among those teeing it up at the European Masters in Switzerland today.
Tom McKibbin and John Murphy are also in the field.
The event is the final one in automatic qualifying for the European Ryder Cup team.