Carlow and Kilkenny go head to head this Sunday in the form of Mount Leinster Rangers and O’Loughlin Gaels
It has been a long time, over two months, since Rangers defeated St. Mullins in the final of the Carlow County Championship.
However, manager Paul O’Brien is somewhat glad for the break away from hurling for his side.
See also: “I think it’s absolutely fine” Mount Leinster Rangers Paul O’Brien is happy to change focus back from football to hurling
Throw-in is at half past 3 with commentary on KCLR kindly sponsored by Dan Morrissey and Co.
Our Match Analysis is sponsored by Teach Dolmain, Carlow as our expert analysts provide their pre-match, half-time and post-match thoughts.
Carlow Ladies’ Gaelic Football Association awarded Bennekerry/Tinryland the UPMC Minor A Championship last night.
In a thrilling match, they emerged victorious against Old Leighlin with a narrow two-point lead, securing the title with a final scoreline of 3-05 to 2-07.
In Senior Hurling League Division 1 Group C, SETU Carlow is set to face off against Maynooth University at the SETU Main Campus. The match is scheduled to begin at 7:15 pm.
Meanwhile, in the Fresher Football League Division 2 Group D, Maynooth University will take on SETU Carlow at Maynooth University North Campus. The match is slated to kick off at 8:15 pm.
Manchester United endured yet more embarrassment last night, going down 4-3 away to Copenhagen in the Champions League.
The result leaves Erik Ten Hag’s side bottom of Group A, with games against Galatasaray and Bayern Munich to come. United were 2-nil up when Marcus Rashford was sent off. Bayern advanced to the last-16 with two games to spare – Harry Kane scoring twice in a 2-1 defeat of Galatasaray.
Arsenal’s 2-nil win at home to Sevilla may have come at a cost. Bukayo Saka limped off after scoring the second in the Group B contest. Elsewhere last night, Real Madrid, Real Sociedad and Inter all booked their knockout places with two games to spare.
Liverpool could wrap up a last-16 place in the Europa League this evening. They need to win away to Toulouse, and hope Union S-G drop points away to LASK. Both of those games kick-off at 5.45.
Brighton are in Amsterdam, hoping to complete the double against Ajax in Group B. That game starts at a quarter to six.
West Ham will look to atone for last weeks defeat in Greece when they take on Olympiakos in Group A from 8pm.
At the same time, Rangers play Sparta Prague in Group C.
Starting with the racing world, and the spotlight falls on the Clonmel Oil Chase,scheduled to go to post at the Tipperary track at 2:50 pm.
‘Allaho,’ trained by the renowned Willie Mullins, takes center stage as the favorite.