Well, we announced yesterday that Peter Chap Cleere will be taking charge of the Kilkenny Senior Camogie team for the year ahead.
Granting his first interview to KCLR since being appointed, Chap outlined how we will be looking to have a chat with former manager Brian Dowling before proceddings begin.
You can hear that full interview this weekend on Scoreline.
See also: Peter “Chap” Cleere: A New Era for Kilkenny Senior Camogie
Speaking of Scoreline this weekend a symphony of hurling awaits.
On Saturday, the JJ Kavanagh and Sons Kilkenny Junior Hurling Championship quarter-final between Windgap and Piltown at 2 pm in Mooncoin will set the stage for a clash that KCLR’s live broadcast
Following this, the St Canice’s Credit Union Kilkenny Senior Hurling Championship Relegation final between Erin’s Own and Danesfort at 3:30 pm in Páirc Lachtain, Freshford
Sunday will usher in a double-header at UPMC Nowlan Park, starting with the Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Kilkenny Intermediate Hurling Championship semi-final between Thomastown and Dunnamaggin at 1 p.m.
The crescendo of the weekend’s coverage will reach its peak with the Lisdowney vs. Mooncoin clash at 3 p.m. in UPMC Nowlan Park.
See also: A Symphony of Kilkenny hurling excitement awaits on KCLR this weekend
On the Carlow side of things Scoreline will be out at Carlow Rugby Club for the whole Show live, so come down and say hello as we build up to Saturday’s big game with Scotland.
Andy Farrell names his Ireland team to play Scotland in their final Pool B match at the World Cup later.
Dan Sheehan is likely to be handed his first start of the competition having fully recovered from a foot injury. Gregor Townsend will also reveal his Scotland starting fifteen today.
Ireland’s potential quarter-final opponents complete their Pool A duties tonight.
Newcastle enjoyed one of the most famous nights in the club’s history last night.
Their first Champions League group game at St. James’s Park in 21 years saw them thrash Paris Saint-Germain by 4 goals to 1.
Local players Sean Longstaff and Dan Burn were on the scoresheet.
By contrast, there was heartbreak for Celtic in Group E. Former Barcelona star Pedro struck six minutes into injury time to hand Lazio a 2-1 victory at Parkhead.
Liam Scales did play the entirety of that game for Celtic. Scales is likely to be included in the latest Republic of Ireland squad revealed by Stephen Kenny today.
The manager is without John Egan, Seamus Coleman, and Callum O’Dowda for the Euro 2024 double-header with Greece and Gibraltar.
Elsewhere last night, Manchester City continued their 100 percent start to Group G with a 3-1 victory away to RB Leipzig.
Brighton are away to Marseille in Group B of the Europa League this evening.
Also kicking off at 5.45, Rangers are in Cyprus to play Aris, while West Ham take on SC Freiburg in Germany.
There’s an 8pm start to the Group E contest at Anfield where Liverpool play Belgian side Union S-G.
Marble City Hawks duo Aoibhin Dunphy and Faye McDonnell have been named on Tommy O’Mahoney’s Ireland U18 women’s roster for the 2023/2024 season.
24 players in total have made the selection with Dunphy among eight making the transition from the Basketball Ireland Under 17 Academy Programme.
They’ll be taking part in preparations for the 2024 FIBA European Championship where Ireland’s U18s finished sixth in the most recent tournament.